Reviewing use of …
Reviewing use of force policies, Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay says not much needs to be changed.See more
There’s no indication …
There’s no indication of a terrorist plot to attack the U.S. during the holidays, President Barack Obama said today.See more
Penguins winger David …
Penguins winger David Perron, who ended last season and began the current one mired in a scoring slump, is showing signs of breaking out.See more
Those with nowhere …
Those with nowhere to go on Thanksgiving can find friendship and home cooking at a Ford City bar’s free meal.See more
Jo Szwarc has …
Jo Szwarc has missed fewer than 20 Steelers home games in nearly 70 years and never leaves her seat during the game.See more
House fire displaces family of 6 in Somerset CountyBy Tribune-Review
Fire destroyed a two-story home and displaced a family of six who lived there Wednesday morning in Middlecreek …
Crosby scores twice, Malkin delivers OT goal as Penguins beat BluesBy Jonathan Bombulie 10:12 p.m.
In his 10-year pro career, Sidney Crosby has scored on the forehand and backhand, in …
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Children given gift bags to ease minds at Canonsburg HospitalBy Rick Wills
Georgia Bodner said nothing. But the look on the 5-year-old’s face was the happiest it …
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- Pet chiropractic more popular, but doubts linger 9:00 p.m.
- Suspect in Glassport man’s shooting death put on house arrest 9:05 p.m.
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Pittsburgh police chief finds use-of-force policies ‘quite satisfactory’By Megan Guza 8:33 p.m.
Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay said Wednesday he has so far had to change little during his review of the bureau’s use of force policies, and the policies’ deference to …
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Greensburg still fighting waterlogged Lynch Field, may add drainageBy Jacob Tierney
Greensburg is considering adding drainage to the often-waterlogged Lynch Field, whose grass was ruined by heavy spring rains and had to be replanted at a cost of $3,000 to the …
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Covestro leader MacCleary finds stability amid changeBy Alex Nixon
Jerry MacCleary has commuted to the same office complex in Robinson during his 37-year career in the plastics industry even though he has worked for four different companies. He managed …
- WXXP listeners, artists to recall ’80s indie-rock days at reunion show 9:19 p.m.
- Electronic composer Troxum’s sound follows natural course 9:20 p.m.
- Nothing like the real ring: WWE returns to Pittsburgh for more success 9:15 p.m.
- Art review: ‘Therman Statom: Indagare’ at Pittsburgh Glass Center 9:18 p.m.
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Pittsburgh’s annual Holiday Parade set to rollBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 9:16 p.m.
Pittsburgh Proud is the theme of the 35th annual WPXI Holiday Parade sponsored by Pittsburgh Public Schools (formerly called Celebrate the Season Parade). The festivities will begin at 9 a.m. …
- 11 more artist-designed bike racks from Cultural Trust line Pittsburgh streets
- Leftovers extend holiday flavors in new directions
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Dormont’s Sugarplum House Tour spotlights 100- to 120-year-old homesBy Katie Otoole 9:10 p.m.
Dormont Public Library will host its first Sugarplum House Tour on Dec. 6, showcasing a church and five historic homes in the borough. The event will include stops at the …
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Make your Thanksgiving Day: Terrorize a terroristBy Gene Policinski 9:00 p.m.
Want to know how to terrorize a terrorist? Read the 45 words of the First Amendment — preferably aloud. Airstrikes and drone strikes? Threats and condemnations from the leaders of the most powerful nations in the history of the planet? …