After the Penguins …
After the Penguins announced Sidney Crosby would miss the start of training camp, the reigning NHL MVP was on the ice for Friday morning’s practice.See more
An Allegheny County …
An Allegheny County judge on Friday denied a motion Leon Ford’s attorney filed seeking to lift a gag order in the case.See more
A judge unblocked …
A judge unblocked the release of sexually explicit emails sent among state staffers, putting the decision to release them in Kathleen Kane’s hands.See more
Five students escaped …
Five students escaped injury when a house caught fire early this morning and spread to a neighboring home.See more
This weekend’s series …
This weekend’s series against the Brewers will demand the best effort from the Pirates — and their fans, writes Rob Rossi.See more
Man found shot on sidewalk in Spring GardenBy Tribune-Review 5:08 p.m.
Pittsburgh police are investigating a shooting that occurred Friday afternoon in Pittsburgh’s Spring Garden neighborhood, public safety spokeswoman …
- Shots fired at student in Hill District 5:48 p.m.
- Crews battling Oakmont church blaze 4:40 p.m.
Crosby limited in early return to Penguins training campBy Jason Mackey 4:12 p.m.
Short term was right. After announcing that Sidney Crosby would miss the start of training …
Search for trooper ambush suspect centers on dense woodsBy The Associated Press 5:25 p.m.
On the seventh day of a manhunt for a survivalist suspected of killing a state police trooper, scores …
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- Man found shot on sidewalk in Spring Garden 5:08 p.m.
- Crews battling Oakmont church blaze 4:40 p.m.
- Peduto says his budget will be ‘based on truth’ 5:51 p.m.
- Botched FBI raid in Bellevue stings feds for $100K 3:52 p.m.
Judge denies request to lift gag order in Ford caseBy Adam Brandolph 5:50 p.m.
An Allegheny County judge on Friday denied a motion Leon Ford’s attorney filed seeking to lift a gag order in the case. Common Pleas Judge Donald E. Machen did not …
- Energy company responsible for polluting Donegal well appeals state’s finding 4:55 p.m.
- Police, bloodhound team locate former athletic director, Greensburg official 5:31 p.m.
- Latrobe group cancels raffle, seeks ticket holders for refunds 3:17 p.m.
- 1 dead, 1 injured in Westmoreland crash 3:17 p.m.
- Southmoreland High School junior’s broken jaw ‘could have been avoided’
Stewartsville principal’s comments taken out of context, district claimsBy Richard Gazarik
Attorneys for Norwin School District and an elementary school principal, accused in a lawsuit of intimidating and threatening a now-retired janitor, said the former employee took school administrators’ statements out …
- Pa. unemployment rate rises to 5.8 percent 4:00 p.m.
- Chevron gets first OK from Pa. sustainable drilling group
- Bayer to spin off plastics unit as separate company; employment to remain stable
- ‘First-class’ hotel planned in Oakland
- Backers of airport trade center look for more funding
Range Resources to pay $4.15M fine, close old gas drilling impoundmentsBy David Conti 3:36 p.m.
Range Resources Corp. will pay the largest state fine levied against a Pennsylvania shale gas driller and close five drilling wastewater impoundments in Washington County because of leaks into soil …
- Review: Stellar cast lets ‘Leave You’ leave you laughing
- Review: ‘The Maze’ gets lost in overfamiliarity
- Roberto Clemente story hits Pittsburgh stage in performance
- Music, laughter will fill indoor concert venues
- Snacks N’At: Tartine, West End
- DVD reviews: ‘The Fault in Our Stars,’ ‘Godzilla’ and ‘Think Like a Man Too’
Mystery writer Palumbo keeps his voice set in Western Pa.By Rege Behe
In Dennis Palumbo’s new novel, “Phantom Limb” (Poisoned Pen Press), a character walks into a therapist’s office and puts forth the following scenario: “I plan to kill myself at 7 …
- Olivia Pope’s sophisticated ‘Scandal’ style comes to The Limited
- Fashion FYI: House of Jean Paul Gaultier stopping ready-to-wear collections
- House Hunting: Hornbostel home features five bedrooms, large closets
- Fleeting availability of pumpkin ramps up excitement for fall flavors
Heinz History Center offers conservation workshops in new facilityBy Bob Karlovits
Old items are getting new lives in a 97-year-old building in the Strip District. “This is just another way of providing the area all of its history needs,” said Andy …
- Congress should modernize tax code this year
- Higher-education trustees, step up & lead
- What would Braveheart do?
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- The plunder funding ISIS
What we’ve lost in IraqBy Katie Pavlich
I remember well the day the United States launched Operation Iraqi Freedom. It was March 19, 2003, spring break, and I was sitting in an RV that belonged to my best friend’s grandparents. We were parked at a campground next …