The gubernatorial campaign …
The gubernatorial campaign of Democrat Tom Wolf acknowledged Thursday that sections of his “Fresh Start” plan are plagiarized.See more
After losing 2-1 …
After losing 2-1 Thursday, the Pirates find themselves just a half-game ahead of the last-place Chicago Cubs in the National League Central.See more
Three American physicians …
Three American physicians were killed and a U.S. nurse was wounded when an Afghan security guard opened fire in a Kabul hospital.See more
In the wake …
In the wake of the Penguins’ 4-3 OT loss, coach Dan Bylsma criticizes Marc-Andre Fleury’s late gaffe and the team’s compete level.See more
Eighty-four white crosses …
Eighty-four white crosses draped with reflective vests and hard hats represent PennDOT workers killed in accidents in the agency’s work zones since 1970.See more
Wolf admits part of ‘Fresh Start’ campaign plan was plagiarizedBy Melissa Daniels 4:50 p.m.
Tom Wolf’s gubernatorial campaign acknowledged Thursday that sections of his “Fresh Start” plan are plagiarized. …
- Mon Incline to be closed this weekend 4:06 p.m.
Bylsma critical of Penguins’ effort, Fleury’s late-game gaffeBy Jason Mackey 4:54 p.m.
Penguins coach Dan Bylsma is not holding back. Normally reserved in public comments, Bylsma offered …
- Bylsma: Crosby ‘healthy, ready to go’ 4:57 p.m.
Crash shuts down northbound lanes of Interstate 79 north of ZelienopleBy Tribune-Review 5:06 p.m.
Police shut down the northbound lanes of Interstate 79 in Lancaster, Butler County, after a traffic accident, causing …
- Woman accused of stealing cancer patient’s dog will stand trial 4:28 p.m.
- Pittsburgh City Council OKs payment on surveillance camera bill
- Day of Giving to include Butler County this year
- Mon Incline to be closed this weekend 4:06 p.m.
Elliott man killed after putting baby into car was twice acquitted of murderBy Margaret Harding 5:10 p.m.
An Elliott man twice acquitted of murder was fatally shot after he buckled his 20-month-old baby into a car on Marena Street on Thursday, Pittsburgh police said. Michael Burkes, 32, …
- Westmoreland County officials push for more 911 funding
- 2-week hospital stay over for Franklin Regional student Boger
- Psychic to murder victim’s family: ‘You will get closure’
- Lieutenant governor boosts his boss at Greensburg dinner
- WCCC hires Missouri community college official as next president
Day of Giving to include Butler County this yearBy Bill Zlatos
The Pittsburgh Foundation’s Day of Giving this year will include Butler County, foundation officials announced Thursday. More than 700 nonprofits in Allegheny, Westmoreland and Butler counties will participate May 6, coinciding with a national event to encourage giving in more …
- Highmark allows extensions of less costly small business plans 3:37 p.m.
- West Penn Allegheny loss in 2013 balloons to $370 million 2:57 p.m.
- Highmark’s insurance profit falls 32%
- Federal regulators aim to fight black lung with new coal dust limits in mines
- Mastech Holdings records 51 percent profit jump in 1st quarter
EQT posts 92-percent jump in earnings in Q1By David Conti 4:14 p.m.
Pittsburgh-based EQT Corp. rode an increase in gas production from the Marcellus shale to post $192.2 million in income during the first three months of the year, a 92-percent jump from the same period last year. The company on Thursday …
- Cafe Moulin serves up comfort food more than opulence
- Champions come out for ‘Stars on Ice’ at Consol
- Art Review: ‘Electrified’ at Wood Street Galleries
- Comedian Corey Holcomb keeps it honest, but fair
- ‘Orphee’ is fresh treatment on classical myth
- Pianist Mehldau seeks to tame the dragon of improvisation
Silk Screen festival casts wider, more creative netBy Michael Machosky
When making movies, it obviously helps to have money, resources, experience and the infrastructure of an established industry cluster, like Hollywood in the United States, or Bollywood in India. But, …
- Pittsburgh-built steamboat, found in Missouri cornfield, subject of Heinz exhibit 2:38 p.m.
- GoodTaste! Pittsburgh heads to Cranberry for a food-filled day
- Craft Beer Week shows off brewers’ inventive sides
- Moving asparagus to the center of your plate
- Edgewood purse designer getting New York City trunk show at Henri Bendel
- Head-turning hats — from wide brims to multiple colors — show women’s styles
RAW: Natural Born Artists helps serve up emerging fashion designersBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
They most likely aren’t names you know. But they hope that changes one day. These fashion designers will showcase their wares at “Spectrum,” hosted by RAW: Natural Born Artists, an …
- Nationalism, not NATO, our great ally
- UPMC employees, beware of card check
- ObamaCare’s numbers bad for Dems
- The last of the Americans
- Eric Holder is President Obama’s ‘whistling lap dog’
Big challenges await Obama in AsiaBy Andrew Hammond
President Obama touched down Wednesday in Japan where he started an important weeklong trip that will also take him to South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines. The region is currently racked with tension and if the visit is to be …