Travelers headed to Pittsburgh International Airport will have to be in the far right lane of the Parkway West/Interstate 376 to get there.
The West Virginia Democrat’s daughter is Heather Bresch, CEO of Mylan, whose pricing and tax strategies spark concern among lawmakers.
The Food and Drug Administration is ordering that all U.S. blood banks start screening for the Zika virus.
In Somerset Friday, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke to a friendly crowd of local Democratic activists who needed no convincing.
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy is the alarming outcome of repeated blows to the head, but proof of this is still in doubt for some.
Brentwood mother and wife Jana Faust has created a magical garden that celebrates life.
Derrick “Chino” Gallaway is charged with homicide, robbery and other offenses in the death of Dehnad Taiedi of Jefferson Hills.
Prosecutors say four aggravating factors make Cheron Shelton and Robert Thomas eligible for execution.
South Fayette defeated Central Valley, 28-17, in a WPIAL non-conference game at South Fayette Stadium.
With bevy of stars from last season gone, Wolverines win opener behind big game from senior Saeed Holt.
The focus on customer service means that when Amazon receives a complaint the shopper — not the merchant — gets the benefit of the doubt.
Plus: Apollo agrees to buy cloud company Rackspace for $4.3 billion; Brewer AB Inbev to cut thousands of jobs; and Mazda recalls SUVs.
If you show up at Downtown’s SPACE gallery to see “John Riegert,” you’ll get to see many representations of him and meet the man himself.
Derived from the numeric value of the letters for the Hebrew word for “life,” 18 is a number of significance in the Jewish faith.
It’s time for an extravaganza eleganza as “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars” brightens up the runway.
Al Jardine and his falsetto-singing son Matt add to an amazing night of music at the Benedum.
When Donald Trump portrays America’s cities as hellholes of runaway crime and social collapse, what on earth is he talking about?
By diverting public money for personal use, Nicholas Trombetta hurt the charter school movement he helped to create.