The Pirates shut …
The Pirates shut out the Reds in their regular season finale, clinching home field for Wednesday’s NL wild-card game against the Cubs.See more
A five-year-old girl …
A five-year-old girl with inoperable brain cancer made a trip to PNC Park to meet a Pirate and scratch an item off her bucket list.See more
With fewer private …
With fewer private pilots in the skies these days, it’s taking a toll on small airports in Western Pa.See more
After one of …
After one of the franchise’s worst seasons in terms of scoring, a healthy lineup and the addition of Phil Kessel should help the Penguins find the net again.See more
Sets for many …
Sets for many area productions owe much to the extensive collection of We B Props on the South Side.See more
Man’s body recovered from river in McKeesportBy Tribune-Review 8:27 p.m.
A 74-year-old man’s body was recovered Sunday afternoon from the Youghiogheny River in McKeesport, authorities said. The man, …
Pirates will play NL wild-card game at PNC Park after shutting out RedsBy Rob Biertempfel 9:10 p.m.
J.A. Happ didn’t peek at the out-of-town scoreboard Sunday while he pitched the Pirates to …
Johnstown native creates breathtaking sculptures in porcelainBy Kurt Shaw
Johnstown native Chris Antemann has long been fascinated by 18th-century porcelain figures and the culture …
- Pittsburgh police to expand use of body cameras 9:00 p.m.
- Newsmaker: Samantha Barker 9:00 p.m.
- Pittsburgh offers Enright Parklet as bargaining chip in East Liberty development talks 9:00 p.m.
- Bicycle sharing starts off healthy 9:00 p.m.
Would-be Troy Hill carjackers scared off by sirensBy Tribune-Review
Men dressed in black clothing tried to carjack a woman’s Mercedes-Benz Saturday night in Troy Hill. The attempted carjacking happened about 11:30 p.m. on Ley Street, Public Safety spokeswoman Sonya Toler said. The woman noticed a black Cadillac Escalade driving …
- Woman foils robbery attempt in Pleasant Unity 6:04 p.m.
- New Geyer Choir hopes to hit high note at Scottdale theater
- 33 from Westmoreland County inducted into state’s Voter Hall of Fame
- Irwin class helps recovering addicts, families find peace through art
- Greensburg man, out on bond, ID’d in robbery
Cancer fundraiser pays tribute to Donegal manBy Linda Harkcom
A Donegal man will be memorialized with a fundraising event benefiting the Nicholson Cancer Fund on Saturday. Dave Kalp of Donegal has organized “Rockin’ For a Cure” in memory of …
- Power plants challenged by carbon capture and storage 9:00 p.m.
- Energy efficiency goes mainstream 9:00 p.m.
- Energy Spotlight: Tom Lawry 9:00 p.m.
- More employers adopt generous leave policies
- Analysis tallies death toll from Volkswagen diesels’ air pollution
Koppers CEO believes struggling company can do better, transformBy Alex Nixon
Sometimes it takes an outsider to wake up a company lulled into complacency. For Koppers Holdings Inc., that outsider is Leroy Ball, a 47-year-old Monaca native who’s shaking up the …
- Manor festival will help animal shelters, rescues 9:07 p.m.
- Hartwood Fest to benefit restoration project 9:08 p.m.
- PSO’s FUSE director widens music audience 9:09 p.m.
- Johnstown native creates breathtaking sculptures in porcelain
Review: Nrityagram brings Indian tradition to bold life in Pittsburgh Dance Council season-openerBy Mark Kanny 9:07 p.m.
Exquisitely refined and bold, Nrityagram Dance Ensemble opened Pittsburgh Dance Council’s season Oct. 3 at the Byham Theater, Downtown. The performance of “Samyoga: An Ode to Love” was also part …
- Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC’s 125th anniversary bash raises stunning $11.9 million 9:10 p.m.
- Scotch & Chocolate proves a treat for WearWoof resale boutique in Ross 9:11 p.m.
- Latrobe Art Center benefit features auction items donated by the Palmers 9:13 p.m.
- Cook Township estate provides picturesque setting for blessing of Rolling Rock Hunt. 9:00 p.m.
- Road Trip! Destination: Lexington, Va.
- Tomato ripening can be expedited
Auction Watch: Furniture, china sales show signs of life; law office’s art goes on blockBy John Altdorfer 9:12 p.m.
After a torrent of recent sales to start the fall season, the stream of local auctions slows a bit in the coming weeks — with another deluge to come shortly. …
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- Counter government snooping with the Third Amendment
- Pope Francis’ war on gender theory
- Letter from Poland
Middle Eastern thuggeryBy Michelle Malkin 9:05 p.m.
You’ve heard endlessly about “white privilege” from the professional social justice warrior gripers. But rarely does that crusading crowd — or its spiritual leaders in the White House — acknowledge the brutal impact of wealthy Middle Eastern thug privilege in …