Pittsburgh hasn’t had a nonstop flight to Austin since 1997.
Tim Kaine will also appear at the Labor Day Parade Speaking Program in downtown Pittsburgh on Monday.
Pittsburgh was chosen because of various technical innovations, including driverless cars developed by Google and Uber,
Connellsville Mayor Greg Lincoln made the declaration and the city council imposed a 7:30 p.m. curfew for certain areas.
Television footage showed flames shooting from the church’s front door and side windows, and heavy black smoke.
Wolf said the state should act because too many people are going to prison for marijuana possession and clogging up jails.
The electronic gates installed since, which are supposed to be activated by rain sensors, failed on Sunday so police had to manually block t…
Twenty-two-year-old Kristopher Lott was charged Friday with criminal homicide, kidnapping, robbery and other counts.
Police say evidence so far suggests “the homicide arose from a continuing course of conduct” that started in Allegheny County.
The Amber Alert was issued Friday morning for the girl who was last seen wearing only a diaper.
A Pennsylvania man who had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl as part of a vampire role-playing game was sentenced.
Police say they expect to file charges in a cold case after identifying a woman’s body found in the Allegheny River in 2003.
The state hopes the program will prevent opioid abuse and help identify patients who may need help with an addiction.
Pennsylvania’s auditor found that one charter school was overpaid $3.6 million.
Police say Sgt. Joseph Cain Jr. was standing next to his vehicle when he was hit early Thursday morning in Manayunk.
Police say the woman stabbed her husband and cut him on the neck, chest and head with scissors because he drank her beer.
Police in Pennsylvania say two men and a 17-year-old boy are facing charges after they exploded two M-80 firecrackers on a turtle, killing t…
17 people were injured when a railing collapsed at a Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert in New Jersey.
Authorities say a Pennsylvania hospice nurse stole a dying cancer patient’s medication and blamed it on a sore neck.
Raymond Mazzarella has been in the Luzerne County jail on reckless endangerment and other charges.