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Mr. Casey said during a lunchtime news conference outside the Allegheny County Courthouse. "It's a purely kind of ideological stunt that we're seeing a lot in Washington." The Democrat, elected last year to his second term in the Senate, contended
Minutes after Penn State President Rodney Erickson delivered a report to the board that included predictions of a modest increase in new students this fall and stable enrollment overall, the microphone was opened for the public comment portion of the
Flanagan's trial for homicide, Mr. Jones repeated to the jury that Steven Flanagan's death was accidental. "Sometimes, accidents happen...His client, he said, found her son unresponsive in the bathtub at the Best Western Parkway Center Inn in Green
The C3 Logix system, the health system says, assesses symptoms of mild-traumatic brain injury by gauging balance, reaction time, memory and processing time, motor function and vision through a unique iPad application that can be strapped to a patient'
A three-judge panel turned down Feese's appeal Wednesday, rejecting his argument that state prosecutors engaged in misconduct and deprived him of a fair trial by destroying notes from their interviews with witnesses. Two of the judges concluded that
The column involved Margaret Mary Vojtko, 83, who taught French at Duquesne University for 25 years before being let go this spring. After she died Sept. 1, Daniel Kovalik, senior associate general counsel of the United Steelworkers, the union
A several month-long investigation by the TSA's Office of Inspection revealed that the employees had been running pools for sporting events like March Madness and the Super Bowl, an official said. Today, 10 employees received letters of reprimand; 47
But concerns about violent crime and management of the police bureau kept bubbling to the surface. "Various [police] zones are given the same resources even though you don't have drive-by shootings in Squirrel Hill," said David Powell, a libertarian
The team urged Steeler fans who drive to the game to arrive after 6 p.m., by which time the team hopes the baseball traffic will have cleared, spokesman Burt Lauten said. Pittsburgh police will close most ramps into the North Shore from 4 p.m. to 6 p.
Milling of the bridge surface at Verner Avenue will restrict traffic starting at 8 p.m. today and Thursday.