Three members of …
Three members of a heralded air squadron were inducted into the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial of the Greater Pittsburgh Region on Saturday.See more
A powerful earthquake …
A powerful earthquake hit Nepal, killing nearly 1,400 people as centuries-old temples were leveled and avalanches struck on Mt. Everest.See more
Penguins president David …
Penguins president David Morehouse says general manager Jim Rutherford and coach Mike Johnston won’t be fired after an early postseason exit.See more
The Pennsylvania Army …
The Pennsylvania Army National Guard partnered with the Pittsburgh Steelers to host a recruiting event at Heinz Field.See more
After more than …
After more than 15 years as a hairdresser, Donora native Diane Luci earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees, leading to a career as a chemist with the NIH.See more
Serious injury reported in Penn Hills fireBy Adam Smeltz 6:35 p.m.
A fire in Penn Hills left one person in serious condition Saturday afternoon, an Allegheny County 911 dispatcher …
- Parkway West closure canceled 5:57 p.m.
Penguins president: General manager, coach won’t be firedBy Jason Mackey 7:05 p.m.
Penguins CEO and president David Morehouse on Saturday promised a thorough offseason evaluation of the …
Parkway West closure canceledBy Tribune-Review 5:57 p.m.
The inbound Parkway West will remain open this weekend, PennDOT announced Saturday. Low temperatures canceled the planned construction, …
- Views of Heinz Field entice National Guard recruits 5:59 p.m.
- Serious injury reported in Penn Hills fire 6:35 p.m.
- Special events planned as part of Kennywood’s 2015 season
- Man shot in McKees Rocks
3 names added to Tuskegee Airmen Memorial in SewickleyBy Jason Cato 6:42 p.m.
James R. “Wink” Simmons spent part of World War II in the Balkans, North Africa and behind Russian lines. His exploits had him climb Mt. Vesuvius, fly over Paris at …
- Harrisburg priest named bishop of Greensburg diocese
- 2 Hempfield Area students charged with sexting
- Police seek public help with East Huntingdon store thefts
- Murrysville woman apologizes for scholarship fund theft
- Donors’ generosity allows Clairview School girls to get fancy for prom
Hempfield man dies in single-vehicle accidentBy Debra Erdley 4:01 p.m.
A Hempfield man, Aaron James Koring, 19, died early Saturday of injuries he suffered when his car slammed into the porch of a home. Deputy Coroner Sean Hribal pronounced Koring dead at 4:50 a.m. at the scene of the accident …
- Kings Family Restaurants sold to California firm
- DeVry shift to online classes prompts closing of Pittsburgh campus
- Low Marcellus gas prices cut into EQT profits
- Comcast abandons Time Warner Cable merger deal amid regulators’ pushback
- Airlines’ bottom lines soar on cheaper fuel
Mylan raises bid for fellow drugmaker; Perrigo says ‘no’By Alex Nixon
Mylan NV started a hostile takeover bid for fellow generic drug maker Perrigo Co., telling the company’s stockholders Friday it will pay them $31.2 billion if they tender their shares. …
- Review: Pittsburgh Public Theater’s cast leaders shine in otherwise-plain ‘Othello’
- ‘Narrow Road’ author shares father’s ‘Death Railway’ strife
- Celebrate National Humor Month with trivia
- Kanny: Country and western rocks the PSO
Pittsburgh group keeps alive Laurel & Hardy’s legacyBy Michael Machosky
Comedy has come a long way since the heyday of Laurel & Hardy. Yet, there’s something about the purity of their format and perfectly contrived repartee that continues to find …
- Gardening in raised beds has lots of benefits, but also challenges
- Homework: Show and sale highlights plants, rock gardens
- Assemble in Garfield takes hands-on approach to learning
- First Draft: Women brewers thrive among big men with big beards
Western Pa. May markets, plant sellers ready to spring into actionBy Candy Williams
Nowhere will spring receive a warmer welcome than at the many May markets and plant sales scheduled throughout the region. Horticultural enthusiasts have been waiting for this opportunity to dig …
- Economy still key to campaigns
- Radical environmentalists a worse threat than climate change
- Finding ways to remember
- World Bank projects are bad news for indigenous people
- Flunking civics isn’t optional
Why is Yemen our war?By Pat Buchanan
For a month now, the Saudi air force has been bombing Yemen to reverse a takeover of that nation of 25 million by Houthi rebels and reinstall a president who fled his country and is residing in Riyadh. The Saudis …