A woman charged with selling heroin hidden in Happy Meals when she worked for a Pittsburgh McDonalds is “emotionally crushed” by the charges.
Is it because every team in the city is equally loved and supported, with sellouts stretching back decades, through good seasons and bad?
Spokesman Carl DeFebo confirmed Wednesday that Ray Morrow, the former chief of the Pittsburgh FBI office, will scrutinize alleged theft, fraud and waste within the agency.
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One man staying at the Omni William Penn downtown had to trade his presidential suite for a jail cell Tuesday night.
Republican Party officials say Gov. Tom Corbett will be formally announcing his re-election campaign next week with a multi-city tour of the state.
The Department of Defense said Friday that the remains of three Pennsylvania airmen missing from the Vietnam War and World War II have been identified and returned to their families for burial.
Pa. Police Officer Facing Possible Disciplinary Action For Photo Involving Unicorn Mask And Porn Star
An unidentified police officer is facing possible discipline for having his picture taken — while wearing a unicorn mask next to a porn star who had just been thrown out of a Pittsburgh Pirates game for dancing in the aisle.
They’re trying to keep a stiff upper lip in Missouri, but the ruggedly handsome truth is that the American Mustache Institute is relocating from St. Louis to Pittsburgh.
Doctors at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital say they don’t keep official records of the largest baby ever birthed at the facility, but say this infant is the largest they can recall.
Megabus spokesman Mike Alvich says two passengers were treated for minor injuries following the incident Tuesday morning.
Police say they needed reinforcements from several surrounding departments to break up a house party with an estimated 700 guest that was disrupting traffic in an upscale Pittsburgh suburb.
Philadelphia had the strongest growth in Pennsylvania, at 1.4 percent, or just over 21,600.
Steelers’ tackle Ta’amu sentenced Thursday to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to reckless endangerment and drunken driving.
Lawyers for a strip club in Pittsburgh have announced they will appear in court to challenge an order which stops off-duty officers from working as security in strip clubs.