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First-grader Luke Benedict of Beechview wants to get to school and get there on time, according to his mom.
Democratic candidate for governor Tom Wolf meets with education experts at Lehigh University March 13, 2014.
The March 31 deadline for the uninsured to enroll in one of the Affordable Care Act's marketplace health plans is two weeks away, and it is Mr. England's goal to add on to the near-160,000 Pennsylvanians who have enrolled in a health plan so far.
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In 2013, every air monitoring site in Allegheny County met all federal standards for fine particulate pollution, county Executive Rich Fitzgerald and the health department announced today.
Kathleen E. Smith of Carnegie, a cashier and supervisor for Metz Culinary Management which then ran the Keystone Oaks School District's food service, has been charged with stealing more than $92,000 from the district during the school years 2011-12 and 2012-13.
Officials say air quality in the county around Pittsburgh met federal standards for fine soot pollution for the first time in 2013.
During a preview of his state of the county address next week, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald had some good news about the quality of air we breathe.
One man will spend life in prison, while two others will each serve 14 to 30 years for their roles in a fatal shooting during a drug-related robbery at the 20-year-old victim's Pennsylvania home.
Transit police have been searching for a man charged with assaulting an officer and possessing drugs after he escaped from a Pittsburgh hospital where he was taken after complaining of an injury following a police chase.
Channel 11's Lori Houy reported that Donal Samuels is facing charges of sexually assaulting his girlfriend's young relative.
Rice Energy Inc., an oil and gas operator based in State College that went public in January, reported a net loss of $8.7 million, or 7 cents per share for the fourth quarter of 2013.
On Saturday, April 5, the Pennsylvania Resources Council will host the first of four 2014 "hard-to-recycle" collection events to enable individuals to drop off e-waste such as computers and televisions, cell phones, printer/toner cartridges, CFLs, microwave ovens, used vegetable/cooking oil and polystyrene packaging material at no cost.
Gov. Tom Corbett went to Mayor Bill Peduto's office on Thursday to deliver news that Peduto wanted to hear - the state will not yet remove the city from its Act 47 distressed status.
It's too early for most voters to focus on this year's legislative elections. The Pennsylvania primary is May 20 and the general election is eight months away.