A 3-day-old baby abducted from a Pittsburgh hospital has been reunited with his mother, and a suspect is in custody, authorities said.
Police on Friday identified the gunman who walked into a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital and started shooting as 30-year-old John Shick.
Two people died and seven are being treated for injuries after a shooting inside a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital.
A man walked into a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital with a pair of guns Thursday and began firing, leading to injuries to seven people and two deaths -- including his own as police arrived and shot back, authorities said.
Making the playoff math look nice and easy with two weeks to play (plus one very important game tonight in San Francisco):
Right now, $118 will buy you a roundtrip ticket on the 45-minute US Airways jaunt from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia.
If you are like a lot of people, you've probably thought about trying to find out more about your family history some day. How did your parents first meet? Where did your grandparents come from? What were the family secrets that no one ever discussed?
Motorist, two children drown as Pittsburgh flash flood pins their minivan against a tree.
Pittsburgh isn't ready to throw in one of its Steeler "terrible towels" just yet. But runaway pension costs for its firefighters, police officers and other public workers could crush the Steel City.
Before the league capitulated to a salary cap, the NHL's trade deadline was the equivalent of a push-pull-tow-or-drag-it-in mega-sale at a car dealership. After carefully scrutinizing their teams, NHL GMS would don their Crazy Eddie masks and proclaim that the asking price for their wares was just too "In-saaaane" to pass up.
In the middle of a snowstorm nearly a year ago, a planeload of 54 Haitian children landed in Pennsylvania as part of an airlift of orphans stranded by the powerful earthquake that devastated their country.
Q: My husband is in grad school. Since we know we'll move in three years, should we buy or rent? -- Amy M., Pittsburgh
Two workers in Indiana Township, Pennsylvania were killed in a natural gas explosion Friday, officials said.
An explosion and fire at a U.S. Steel plant in Clairton, Pennsylvania, Wednesday injured at least 15 people, an Allegheny County Emergency Management spokesman told CNN.
The National Guard has been called in to help snow-bound residents in Pittsburgh.
"I'll be disappointed if you're still in Pittsburgh."
In what appeared to be the most visible demonstration yet of this week's G-20 summit, four people attached to a massive banner dangled from a Pittsburgh bridge Wednesday to protest the global economic meeting.
Lined up next to Pittsburgh police officers protecting a downtown office building Thursday morning were officers who traveled a little farther to get to work.
CNN's Brian Todd is in Pittsburgh where protesters are expected to crash the G-20 Summitt.
This week the international community is converging on my chosen hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as heads of state gather for the G20 summit.
To Marla Martinko, Wednesday felt like a holiday in downtown Pittsburgh.
For Pittsburgh International Airport, the Group of 20 summit is like the Sunday after Thanksgiving: the busiest flying day of the year, with world leaders instead of holiday travelers.
Just 10 years ago, you couldn't mention the words "posh" and "Pittsburgh" in the same sentence without a collective laugh. Not anymore.
Pittsburgh conjures up visions of steel mills and gritty sports teams for many. The host city of this week's Group of 20 summit hopes to update that image.
As the leaders of the world's industrial powers gather this week in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, their economies are starting to emerge from the shadow of the worst financial downturn since the Great Depression.
As you read this, the economic leaders of the world are gathering in Pittsburgh for the G20 economic summit.
A shooting at an LA Fitness gym outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, killed at least four people and wounded several others, a local official told CNN.
The nation's air has gotten marginally better over the past 10 years, according to an annual report released Wednesday, but many cities still suffer from severe pollution problems.
A dispatcher who took a 911 call regarding a domestic argument at a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-area home knew that there were weapons in the home but did not notify responding officers, three of whom were fatally shot, an official said Tuesday.
A Pennsylvania woman was charged in the shooting death of an FBI special agent who was killed at her Pittsburgh-area home Wednesday while serving a warrant on a suspected drug ring.
iReporter Aaron Everett filmed traffic along his commute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
During the past six months, recycling centers have reported a 15 percent to 40 percent increase in business. They attribute most of the rise to people and businesses seeking to offset spending
When Pennsylvanians go to the polls Tuesday, the issue at the top of their minds will be the economy. The nation's fiscal health trumped the war in Iraq by nearly 2-to-1 as likely voters' main concern, a recent Quinnipiac University poll showed.
What's in an urban brand? Civic leaders across the country ask that question as they strive to make their towns attractive to entrepreneurs and others in shaky economic times.
A man who used the Internet alias "Iceman" stole credit card and identity information from tens of thousands of people by hacking into the computers of financial institutions and credit card processing centers
PITTSBURGH -- Sitting in new coach Mike Tomlin's office the other day, I got the impression he will be about as meat-and-potatoes as any other coach in football. On the wall of his office are three blown-up Steelers prints.
Dear Annie: I read with interest your Feb. 27 column about holding on to health-insurance benefits when changing jobs, but what about pay? I've worked as a finance manager for this company for almost 11 years and have gotten a couple of generous raises that put me at the top of the salary range for my level of experience.
"The grind-it-out regional" is the way that Kansas coach Bill Self described the West region after his team did just that in beating Southern Illinois on Thursday night. Then, UCLA and Pittsburgh went out and reinforced his point. After the Jayhawks' ragged 61-58 win, the Bruins earned a spot in the Elite Eight with a rather unsightly 64-55 victory.
With a relatively stable lineup and young pitching staff teeming with potential, there's a slim chance that the Pirates will begin showing signs of emerging from a malaise that has seen them post a losing record every year since Barry Bonds bolted for San Francisco in after the 1992 season. Fielding a team that features two young veteran power hitters, the 2006 NL batting champ and three of the most promising lefthanded starters in the game, Pittsburgh is going in the right direction and can no longer be considered a fantasy wasteland.
The end is in sight for the Penguins. And believe it or not, that's a good thing.
Note: All statistics are through Sunday.
Note: All statistics are through Sunday.
Ken Whisenhunt, who is scheduled to interview for the vacant Cardinals head coaching job in Arizona Friday and has already spoken with the Atlanta Falcons about their opening, has emerged as the favorite to succeed Bill Cowher in Pittsburgh, a source familiar with the Steelers' search said Friday.
It's going to take a while, isn't it? To see the Pittsburgh Steelers take the field and not think of Bill Cowher as the face -- the unmistakable face -- of that storied franchise. The jutting jaw. The flying spit. The look of complete disgust that launched a thousand heart palpitations whenever he aimed it in the direction of his chastised players.
1. The Rooneys don't pay. Sure, Cowher could have gotten a nice extension in Pittsburgh, but he wants to be paid like one of the best coaches in the business and it wasn't going to happen in Pittsburgh.
Sienna Miller doesn't think much of Pittsburgh.
It's an unseasonably chilly Friday night in Pittsburgh, but inside the Andy Warhol Museum, a swarm of stylish 20- and 30-somethings aren't letting that stop them from imagining themselves at a Factory party.
My wife and I both contribute 8 percent to our 401(k)s and $200 a month each to IRAs. We have a little over $500,000 in total retirement savings (401(k), rollover IRAs and IRAs). I just turned 40 and am thinking about investing $100 a month or so in dividend-paying stocks to provide retirement income. What do you think about this plan - and do you have any suggestions for the top-five dividend-producing stocks over the past 10 to 20 years.
An adoptive father serving a 15-year sentence in federal prison for producing Internet pornography depicting his preteen daughter now faces 11 state charges, the district attorney's office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, said Wednesday.
Pennsylvania is a state rich with history -- and golf is no exception. It's the birthplace of Arnold Palmer (Latrobe, in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains), and home to two of the most storied courses in the world, Oakmont (closer to Pittsburgh) and Merion East (near Philadelphia).
Music critics place him among the best rock and rollers ever.
There is no dessert at Tessaro's. Dessert just slows people down, makes them linger when they should be leaving. Tessaro's owner, Kelly Harrington, who at 50 could pass for an aging bouncer, wants ...
Ah, Steel City: home to Kordell Stewart, pirogies, and now the not-so-minimum wage. This month Pittsburgh becomes the 80th municipality to adopt a "living wage." Its version is particularly aggress...
Last week I was walking down Sixth Avenue at lunchtime, and I saw about 700 people in the street. Everybody was looking up at one of the big office towers, necks craning, mouths open.
As Hall of Fame slugger Willie "Pops" Stargell used to remind anyone who forgot, "The Man doesn't say, 'Work ball.' He says, 'Play ball!' " With that in mind, we justified playing hooky from work t...
I never met my grandfather, Abe Feldman, who died five years before I was born. Yet his life has cast a long shadow over mine. Born in the Ukraine, Abe was one of hundreds of thousands of immigrant...
Hotels in Hong Kong, rental rates in Raleigh-Durham, martinis in Milwaukee? We got 'em. Commute time in Cincinnati, BAs in Boston, lodging in London? Look no further. In the chart below, you'll fin...
"In Boston," Mark Twain wrote in 1899, "they ask, 'How much does he know?' In New York, 'How much is he worth?' In Philadelphia, 'Who were his parents?'" In Seattle, 100 years later, they ask, "Did...
What are the common experiences that unify each form of human enterprise? If I am a farmer, be it in the outskirts of Istanbul or the inner heart of Iowa, I must glance upward on a parched August e...
What a sentimental guy Michael Carlow seemed to be, going to Pittsburgh to rescue a candy bar. The Clark bar -- think of chocolate over flaky peanut butter -- is a small part of childhood for a lot...
According to the number crunchers at Pittsburgh's PNC Bank, this will be a good holiday season for consumers. Why? Because the cost of all the items in the song "The 12 Days of Christmas" went up o...
Look at those techies go! All five top sales gainers this year were in computers or electronics. For investors, though, what counts is money in pocket. Here turnaround steelmaker Wheeling-Pittsburg...
With interest rates bottoming out and perhaps ready to inch up over the next six months, you should beware of gimmicky certificates of deposit that banks are now pushing supposedly to help you cash...
Thanks for April's "Don't Get Cheated by Supermarket Scanners," your consumer alert on overcharges at the checkout counter. Every shopper should watch the price readout on the cash register. But so...
When FORTUNE set out to find America's best cities for business this year, a trend was unmistakable: Cost has become far more important than it was in the Eighties. What companies want in a city ha...
PITTSBURGH -- A case involving a bisexual woman who wanted to place a . . . personal ad in the Pennysaver could become the first test of a city ordinance barring discrimination based on sexual orie...
PITTSBURGH -- A Dorothy Parker pun has angered members of an anti-rape group who say the remark printed on T-shirts lacks sensitivity . . . ''You can lead a horticulture, but you cannot make her th...
A resolution condemning the arrival of Christopher Columbus 500 years ago was approved last night by the National Council of Churches delegates meeting in Pittsburgh. ((It)) was adopted in response...
RALPH SMITH, 60, a U.S. district judge, on why he ruled that Pittsburgh's downtown YMCA, where many professionals work out, does not qualify for property tax exemptions: ''Doctors and lawyers are n...
Ten police recruits who were dismissed from ((Pittsburgh's)) Public Safety Training Academy for failing a firearms test will be retrained and retested under a tentative agreement struck yesterday ....
Nearly 100 people were injured when Bangladeshi students demanding the right to cheat during college final examinations -- and protesting against strict monitoring -- fought teachers and police in ...
PITTSBURGH'S Mellon Bank used to be a Mercedes-Benz among financial institutions. Not as big nor as fast as some, maybe a bit stodgy, but solid, dependable, and plush. The 1980s have not been kind ...
After 37 years of running a one-man coal mine, Ralph Bloom says he's decided to abandon it because of governmental regulations. If he does, ((he)) will no longer be among the last of a dying breed ...
''Quick -- what's the gross national product?'' That grabby interrogatory, which we incidentally recommend as a guaranteed conversation starter in awkward social situations, was the first sentence ...