Mylan has raised the price of its EpiPen, or epinephrine auto-injector, from $60 to $600, prompting senators to inquire about the increase.
A number of people were trapped inside classrooms while security forces try “to search for the terrorists.”
The House Transportation Committee took testimony in Pittsburgh on Tuesday regarding additional train service from Pittsburgh.
The toll was likely to rise as crews reached homes in remote hamlets where the scenes were “like Dante’s Inferno,” according to one witness.
Nicholas Trombetta — locked in a years-long legal struggle in federal court — has refused to agree to fed’s evidence summary.
A new North Shore dining option for those headed to Pirates and Steelers games and Stage AE shows opened Monday.
After nearly a month of displacements, tenants in the closed Allegheny Building finally may be allowed to return.
Despite evidence indicating that minority and disabled students are punished disproportionately, the practice continues.
According to an announcement, the streets will be paved at no additional cost to taxpayers.
Mike Tomlin on Wednesday reiterated that all healthy players, including Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell, will play Friday.
Chris Stewart’s left knee continues to respond well during his rehab assignment with Class AA Altoona.
Stone’s assets in West Virginia and Pennsylvania as of January 2014 included the Marcellus shale basin, America’s biggest gas play by
Look beyond salads and sandwiches, and use the tomatoes in one-of-a-kind pies.
Michael Solomonov and Bryant Terry will be among the speakers at the event, which will feature “breakout sessions and quirky programming.”
There’s much to master in the “MasterChef” kitchen. For Slippery Rock native Nathan Barnhouse, that includes making friends, and rice.
Clay, paintings and drawings by seminal 20th-century studio artist Daniel Rhodes are exhibited at Art & Education at the Hoyt in New Castle.
She has deeply damaged whatever public trust remained — and for a candidate, this can be fatal.
Mayor Peduto has announced the city will begin hiring paramedics and emergency medical technicians, reducing the need for forced overtime.