Attorney General Jeff Sessions says federal prosecutors in Pennsylvania and seven other states will pursue even seemingly small synthetic opioid cases in hopes of reducing the supply of the drugs in areas with high overdose death rates.
It’s a Pittsburgh tradition – fireworks near Point State Park on the Fourth of July. For the second year in a row, the fireworks display was created by Starfire Corporation.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has signed two executive orders concerning city construction projects and the makeup of the workforce for those projects.
One person was taken to a hospital after gunfire early Friday morning in Pittsburgh’s Larimer neighborhood.
About 100 locked out workers from Canada protested outside of the Alcoa shareholders’ meeting in Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
A late night water main break created a lot of problems for residents along a Castle Shannon street.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority added new data to its interactive online map showing lead service lines.
Researchers at Pitt are teaming up with UPMC as part of a national study, to learn more about precision medicine, by collecting data from a diverse population.
Police are investigating a reported shooting in the City of Duquesne.
Bittersweet is the word crew members and retirees used to describe the final flight of the C-130 airplane leaving the 911th Airlift Wing of the Air Force Reserve in Pittsburgh.
In her report to the board, Port Authority CEO Katharine Kelleman said the fare compliance policy will remain as-is.
One man was able to finish the Boston Marathon thanks to the kindness of a woman from Slippery Rock.
A medical marijuana dispensary in Butler County made their first sale Thursday morning.
Two police officers and another person were hospitalized late Thursday night following a crash in Aliquippa.
Some residents in Scott Township were without water service for hours after a main broke early Monday morning.