Weather and gasoline prices are cooperating as traveling for Thanksgiving is expected to reach its highest level since 2005.
State gaming board hearings are coming in early December for projects in Beaver and Westmoreland counties.
"I understand it's going to cost; I get that," fire Chief Darryl Jones said. "But I believe the benefits outweigh the costs."
Dr. Ruth Jones pleaded guilty in federal court in Pittsburgh to illegally doling out thousands of doses for cash at SKS Associates.
George Retos will be sentenced in March for conspiring to defraud the IRS over more than $250,000 in unpaid taxes for Prime Plastics.
Family and friends are mourning the deaths of Joseph Kearney of Pittsburgh and his fiance Kathryn Schurtz. Both were living in New Jersey.
Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill highlights some of the challenges facing foreign-born workers.
Twenty-Five Club’s Preemie’s Purse luncheon raised more than $50,000 Thursday.
New nonprofit Plant Five for Life connects trees to families with newborns to emphasize role trees play in public health.
A quick look at what’s in store this week.
Tamara Crawford said she did not realize the extent of her sister Tina Crawford’s drug running for convicted killer Price Montgomery.
Kentucky has no statute of limitations, whereas the time limit was relatively short in Pennsylvania through the end of the 20th century.
It remains to be seen how or when consumers will feel the price changes caused by tariffs imposed on imported and foreign-made products.
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The woman was hospitalized in serious but stable condition.