Pittsburgh’s new mayor says he’ll meet with the chief executive of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in hopes of mediating a dispute involving labor protesters pushing for higher blue-collar wages, as well as ongoing disputes involving the hospital network’s nonprofit status and other issues.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has laid off 17 support staff, including 14 phone sales reps who may be able to apply for jobs with a vendor being hired to do telemarketing.
Ohio says fewer inmates than ever are going back to prison after they’ve been released.
A comment by a Cincinnati woman overheard after her brother’s court hearing got her jailed for 30 days by a judge who pronounced her an “animal.”
Investigators are looking to determine what triggered a natural gas leak and explosion that devastated a town house development in New Jersey, killing one woman and injuring seven workers.
A western Pennsylvania jury has heard a recorded interview in which a defendant told authorities that he felt “euphoric” after slashing the throat of a Pittsburgh bicyclist.
Ohio placed second to Texas again last year in an annual survey measuring how states stack up in attracting to companies and getting existing ones to expand.
Ohio tests all warning sirens for when tornado’s strike.
We’re following new developments today from Youngstown State University, in their search for a new president.
Frustrated citizens made their voices heard Tuesday evening on different ways to improve their neighborhood.
A woman on Bedell Road went to get her mail and found white powder coming from an envelope.
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a Pittsburgh bar shooting that left one man dead and four others wounded.
Andre Lamar Davis, 22, of Pittsburgh was found guilty in Allegheny County Court on Tuesday in the deaths of Angela Proctor, 51, and Manning Proctor, 22, on March 13, 2012.
Libertarian Charlie Earl has the potential to draw votes from Ohio Gov. John Kasich as the governor faces a likely challenge from Democrat Ed FitzGerald this fall.
Attorney General Mike DeWine says seven Ohioans are charged in a scam that targeted senior citizens and allegedly involved someone impersonating DeWine.
The environmental organization said the 60-foot banners were in protest of the consumer products company’s use of palm oil from a supplier Greenpeace said is linked to tropical forest destruction in Indonesia.
The theory gaining the most traction this week is that the hoard is made up of most of the $30,000 in gold coins that Walter Dimmick stole from the U.S. Mint in San Francisco in 1901.
The body was not discovered until late in the day, on a car near the site of the explosion, after authorities had thought the neighborhood had escaped the blast without any deaths.
A bank specializing in bitcoins says it has closed after computer hackers robbed its digital currency.
A U.S. Navy ocean tug on Tuesday was towing a Canadian navy ship with nearly 300 crew members on board to Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor after an engine fire left 20 sailors with minor injuries.