16 hrs ago
Police officer, father buys restaurant so his son with autism has safe place to work
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21 hrs ago
Teamsters eyes guards for expansion
The International Brotherhood of Teamsters hopes to consolidate resources and expand its base in Pennsylvania by forming a statewide association of law enforcement and correctional officers, Teamsters leaders announced Thursday.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Pennsylvania driver not cited after low-hanging wires pulled down in Raritan Township
RARITAN TWP. - A driver from McKeesport, Pa., was pulling a tractor-trailer onto Timberwick Drive on Thursday, Dec. 5, when his rig pulled down low-hanging wires , police said.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Salvation Army giving slower this year
It isn't just the retail industry that's having tough sledding in the shortened weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Trial Postponed For Woman Accused Of Kidnapping Newborn
The trial for a woman accused of kidnapping a newborn baby from Magee-Womens Hospital last year has been postponed.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Erie Times News
In Brief: UPMC says worker wrongly viewed patient records
The motive for viewing the records was not clear. The employee told officials that she did not store or use the information for financial gain.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Pa. hospital: Worker wrongly viewed 1,300 records
A hospital system in western Pennsylvania is notifying nearly 1,300 patients that their records were viewed inappropriately by an employee.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
UPMC says patients' records were viewed inappropriately
Officials with UPMC said Wednesday that they plan on alerting more than 1,000 people treated at various locations over the past year that their records were viewed inappropriately.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
College costs outplace family earnings
ADVANCED FOR SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 2013, AND THEREAFTER University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg senior Mimi Maccarelli, of Penn, walks to Chambers Hall on campus near Greensburg on Oct. 24, 2013.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The Imaging Resource
Angel or Devil? Meet Duane Michals, the photographer who invented himself
Photographer and artist Duane Michals is the comedy star of a recent biographical documentary film titled "Duane Michals: The Man Who Invented Himself."
Thu Nov 21, 2013
14 managers sue Family Dollar for forcing overtime without pay
As a store manager for Family Dollar, Arthur Moses expected he'd be responsible for making employee schedules, doing training, hiring and figuring out the store budget.
Man 'tipped' by Pa. lawmaker waives gambling case
A western Pennsylvania man who was heard on wiretaps being tipped off by a state lawmaker about an investigation into his alleged illegal video poker operation has waived those charges to court.
Better Know a Branch Campus: Penn State Greater Allegheny
There are 24 campuses in the Penn State system. The one that gets the most attention is University Park, but what about the other 23? That's where we come in with our newest 23 part series, Better Know a Branch Campus, inspired by Stephen Colbert's Better Know a District .
Schools to get nearly $27,000 in grants
From support for a STEM Day in McKeesport, to funds to create graphic comic books in West Jefferson Hills, to helping to promote character education in West Mifflin, the Consortium for Public Education's recent round -- more than $26,000 worth -- of Great Idea Grants is funding varied learning opportunities.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Area firefighter meets challenge
Chris Cerci competes in the Scott Firefighter Combat Challenge national championships in Alabama, where he placed 18th overall and fourth in his age group.
Ken Konias' $2K per night escort testifies during trial
A "high-level" escort used the $2,000 Ken Konias Jr. gave her every night in exchange for sex to pay for drugs, the woman testified Thursday.