The Steelers formally …
The Steelers formally submitted an application at the NFL owners’ meetings for the team and region to host Super Bowl LVII in 2023.See more
After 106 years …
After 106 years of spanning the Mon River, the Donora-Webster Bridge was demolished this morning.See more
No longer just …
No longer just a rally cry, Penn State’s signature slogan is now a 12-foot sculpture on the campus.See more
The vaping industry …
The vaping industry is growing rapidly, but competition and possible government regulation may squeeze it soon.See more
The team traded …
The team traded prospects Kasperi Kapanen and Scott Harrington and a draft pick for the five-time 30-goal scorer.See more
FBI searching for Homestead man indicted for sex trafficking in childrenBy Brian Bowling
The FBI is searching for a Homestead man indicted for sex trafficking in children. Mario …
Penguins trade for Toronto’s KesselBy Jason Mackey 7:06 p.m.
The wait was worth it for Jim Rutherford. Acquiring Phil Kessel, as Rutherford did Wednesday, …
Second Blair County friar commits suicide in province under sex abuse investigationBy Mike Wereschagin and Brad Bumsted 5:46 p.m.
A Blair County friar hanged himself two days after agents with the state Attorney General’s Office raided another, …
- FBI searching for Homestead man indicted for sex trafficking in children
- Hill District widow sues dialysis clinic for husband’s death 4:24 p.m.
- Woman arrested for Forest Hills bank robbery 5:35 p.m.
- Dragon boat competition canceled at Three Rivers Regatta 5:53 p.m.
Judge revokes bail for Plum High School teacherBy Megan Guza and Adam Brandolph 5:44 p.m.
A Plum Senior High School teacher accused of having sex with a student and contacting her twice in the last three months, will remain in the Allegheny County Jail until …
- Donora-Webster Bridge plunges into Mon River after 106 years 6:29 p.m.
- Ligonier Township officer’s widow to file civil suit 6:07 p.m.
- Rival Westmoreland vape shops develop own specialties
- 10 escape Greensburg house fire
- Greensburg torture killer Marinucci returns to court seeking lighter sentence
Marinucci sentenced to life in prison with no paroleBy Rich Cholodofsky 5:14 p.m.
Angela Marinucci was resentenced Wednesday to serve life in prison without parole for the 2010 torture slaying of a mentally disabled woman. The resentencing was prompted by an appeals court ruling that it is unconstitutional to impose a mandatory sentence …
- Alpha Natural Resources buys out European partner in Marcellus venture 5:24 p.m.
- Kraft shareholders approve merger with Heinz 6:54 p.m.
- Halliburton to close Indiana County office
- Greek default drama plays out
- Highmark pilot program aims to expand cancer patients’ access, lower costs
Data transfer in mergers tall task for chief information officer for Peoples GasBy Katelyn Ferral
Ruth DeLost-Wylie is a veteran of comprehensive data transfers associated with the purchase of one commercial electric provider by another. As the chief information officer for Peoples Gas, based in …
- Ferris wheel goes up to help get Regatta rolling
- Barbershoppers bring harmony to Pittsburgh 5:05 p.m.
- Obama Academy senior Marnie Quick is finalist at Jimmy Awards for theater
- A&E notebook: Pittsburgh’s Diner en Blanc date set — Sept. 11
- Review: Lotsa grinding, little plot in ‘Magic Mike XXL’
- Review: ‘Terminator Genisys’ packs powerful punch
Forget online, Pittsburgh singles can meet mates through Dinner for 8By Alice T. Carter
Forget the fast-track frenzy of speed-dating and the frustrations of online dating services. Bill Cartiff and Nan Cohen have founded Dinner for 8, a subscription series of custom-dinner events for …
- KitchenWise: Cut summer pies down to size — single serving size, that is
- Dinner in Minutes: Jalapeno peppers put zing in speedy enchiladas
- The Wine Cellar: Celebrate your pursuit of happiness with a good wine
- Murrysville native Bullock vying for health magazine’s ‘Next Fitness Star’
When it comes to walking, Pittsburgh’s Venture Outdoors has much to offerBy Bob Karlovits
From the trek of Lewis and Clark to a stroll through Fineview, discovery is always one of the best elements of going for a walk. “One of my favorite things …
- Whoa, whoa, whoa ... It’s WOTUS
- The payoff for Iran
- What John Roberts left out
- Holy hypocrisy & hot air
- Punctuated with confusion: The Declaration of Independence
Quo vadis, America?By Pat Buchanan
“Natural law — God’s law — will always trump common law,” said Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a Christian leader in her own right. “God will have the final word in this matter.” But, for …