The Family Dollar store in Pittsburgh was closed earlier this week after the shop's two employees quit their jobs.
The 93-year-old Korean War veteran died at his Pittsburgh home after storms in western Pennsylvania led to widespread power outages.
Pennsylvania has a pro-life reputation, yet the University of Pittsburgh hosts disturbing and barbaric government-sponsored experiments on aborted babies.
Gainey has pledged to demilitarize police equipment and training, redirecting funds into community policing strategies designed to build trust.
An alert was issued by the Pittsburgh Public Safety Twitter account, which posted an image of a then-unidentified snake in the park.
Glenn Yothers, 56, of Pennsylvania was making transfers to his personal account for four years. He spent most of the money on a website called Flirt For Free.
A Pennsylvania school district took action after the teacher asked teenagers to examine the "trading of Africans."
Delta flight 2231 was leaving for Atlanta at around 6.30 p.m. with close to 80 people onboard when it "exited a taxiway prior to takeoff."
Despite that historic civil unrest, the BLM movement somehow earned a nomination for a Nobel peace prize.
Bill Peduto wants a green Marshall Plan to create nearly half a million jobs in a region formerly dependent on fossil fuels.
The Texas Republican has faced criticism over his admonishment of President Joe Biden's decision to rejoin the accords.
"I didn't think he was going to make it," his mother said after learning her son had caught coronavirus.
Far-right activity remains high in the city in which 11 were killed in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in 2018.
Sean Troesch is alleged to have attempted to throw out nine bags worth of mail, including a request for the delivery of a mail-in ballot.
The unnamed worker in Pittsburgh also threw away political ads, according to the USPS Office of Inspector General.
In a public safety report published on Tuesday, the Pittsburgh Police Department asked for the public's help in identifying the two men who "apparently shot paintballs at the Black Lives Matter mural Downtown."
The taxidermy display was covered up at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh after concerns were raised.
"What's the one word about race that we're not allowed to use?" Professor Gary Shank asked. "I'll give you a hint. It starts with 'n.'"
The video was one of many that captured confrontations between the protester group and diners in downtown Pittsburgh over the weekend.
The president criticized an incident in the city and added "because of weak and pathetic Democrat leadership, this thuggery is happening in other Democrat run cities and states."
"My easy solution for the park rangers and hopefully snipers who are going to be watching for this is to shoot on sight. Shoot, done. No more messing with monuments. You want to mess with a monument? Done, get out," Wendy Bell said.
"This is not the reform I wanted," Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto said, "and that I continue to believe in today."
Pennsylvania Democratic State Senator Pam Iovino thanked GOP challenger Devlin Robinson after he found and returned her wallet.
Family members shared images of the girl with a scolded torso after she allegedly spilled hot water while during class.
Days after the anniversary of a mass shooting that killed 11, a judge has overturned Pittsburgh's gun control ordinances.
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, the president of Allegheny General Hospital, lived across the street from the Tree of Life synagogue and treated the suspect.
During a speech in Pittsburgh, President Trump claimed that US will be building a wall in Colorado. Officials in Colorado—a landlocked state with no borders near Mexican or Canadian borders—were amused by the statement.
Trump spoke at the conference in 2016 as a candidate and encouraged people who thought he couldn't win Pennsylvania to wait and see.
People were encouraged to avoid downtown if they could and Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert said the sooner Trump is out of the city, the faster it will be for other people to leave.