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The "final step" in a full merger of the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County's 911 services will begin next week, and by mid-September, the full consolidation should be complete, county Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor Bill Peduto said today.
Magee-Womens Hospital in Oakland has teamed up with four Medicaid managed care insurers to open a pregnancy recovery center to provide treatment for opiate dependence and prenatal care and delivery.
Schneider Downs & Co. Chairman Raymond Buehler Jr. has been named chairman of United Way of Allegheny County's 2014 annual campaign.
Within the walls of many prisons, inmates found to have threatened the peace or order of the facility are placed in solitary confinement.
Pittsburgh is beginning to make its own contributions to the national comedy scene and the Pittsburgh Comedy Festival is ready to showcase the funny people of Steel City.
After much battling, taxi service Lyft has received reprieve and will be temporarily allowed to operate in Pittsburgh, while competitor Uber is expected to receive results from its hearings with the Pennsylvania Utilities Commission this week.
Mayor William Peduto announced last week the 14 organizations that will receive funding for the seventh round of the Love Your Block grant program, a servePGH initiative.
Pittsburgh's Action News 4's Bob Mayo has the latest on what people were saying in remembrance of former Pittsburgh Mayor Sophie Masloff at her funeral today.
Pittsburgh's Action News 4's Bob Mayo has the latest on the expiration of the Grand Jury investigation into city operations under the Luke Ravenstahl administration.
A federal grand jury that has heard from several staff and police officials linked to former Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has expired without returning indictments.
In the future, researchers could develop an injection to prevent HIV/a AIDS, and those who have the disease could become so adept at managing it that they might have to visit their doctors only once a year.
Residents at 511 Muse Bishop Road reported prescription medications, cash and a diamond ring missing from their home on Aug. 12, police said.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review/MCT--Fashion-lover Rayonna Woodson finds a lot of similarities between unique clothing pairings and the August Wilson mural she is helping with in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Police say a 25-year-old Greensburg man was driving a stolen truck on Interstate 376 refused to pull over.
The 1889 Cafe has closed and its space is being marketed for lease after a run of more than 15 years as a restaurant on East Carson Street.
This new article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette provide a disconcerting account of how local police can undermine efforts to reduce local crime.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:40 am
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