After being called …
After being called old and slow for several years, the Steelers are on the fast track to having their fastest team.See more
The process of …
The process of tattoo removal is an expensive — sometimes imperfect — process, with Americans spending $27 million on procedures last year.See more
Hundreds of veterans …
Hundreds of veterans in Western Pennsylvania are getting medical care at UPMC hospitals to cut down on a VA backlog.See more
The Oddball Comedy …
The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival — featuring Hannibal Buress, Sarah Silverman and Bill Burr — stops at First Niagara Pavilion.See more
A video of …
A video of an Arizona firearms instructor shot and killed by a 9-year-old girl who lost control of an Uzi sets off an impassioned debate.See more
Wounded man found in store parking lot in North SideBy Michael Hasch
City police are trying to determine exactly what happened to a man found down Wednesday night in a …
Rossi: Steelers will make small strides this seasonBy Rob Rossi
An energized training camp was in its second week when Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert …
Pittsburgh sues Perry South man to force him to clean house of filthBy Michael Hasch and Adam Brandolph
Some of Joseph Regoli’s neighbors are happy the city of Pittsburgh agrees that his debris-surrounded …
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Biden in Pittsburgh Thursday for fundraiserBy Tom Fontaine
Vice President Joe Biden is headlining a private fundraiser Thursday for the Democratic National Committee near Pittsburgh, a committee official said. The event will be at the Fox Chapel home of Douglas and Shelley Campbell. Tickets will range from $5,000 …
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Psychologist to evaluate Greensburg woman involved in Daugherty killingBy Rich Cholodofsky 1:11 a.m.
A Greensburg woman who prosecutors said instigated the February 2010 torture slaying of a mentally disabled woman will be evaluated by a prosecution psychologist to see if she is eligible …
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EDMC reaches debt-restructuring deal with creditorsBy John D. Oravecz 12:10 a.m.
Education Management Corp. has agreed to turn over an “overwhelming majority” of its ownership to creditors in a deal that would give the struggling operator of for-profit colleges a financial reprieve and wipe out most of its debt. The deal …
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Rusted Root will headline the Allegheny County Music FestivalBy Rege Behe
A few years ago, Pennsylvania Supreme Court Judge Max Baer was worried that the viability of the Allegheny County Music Festival was at risk. The festival, which raises funds to …
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North Huntingdon food lover’s project becomes ‘Seriously Delish’ guideBy Candy Williams
Jessica Merchant’s food blog, “How Sweet Eats,” is 5 years old, but she doesn’t profess to be a culinary genius. In fact, she says, she’s quite the opposite. Merchant even …
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Blacks must confront realityBy Walter Williams
Though racial discrimination exists, it is nowhere near the barrier it once was. The relevant question is: How much of what we see today can be explained by racial discrimination? This is an important question because if we conclude that …