Joe Sestak began …
Joe Sestak began his campaign for the U.S. Senate with a walk across Pennsylvania — and a couple of embarrassing errors.See more
Four Mile Run …
Four Mile Run overran its banks this morning, and nearly a dozen people needed rescue by boat from the rising waters.See more
After building an …
After building an 18-point lead against No. 9 Kansas, the Mountaineers couldn’t hold on and lost 76-69 in overtime in Lawrence.See more
An Avalon artist …
An Avalon artist born with no arms or legs on Tuesday discussed overcoming challenges during a visit to Hampton Middle School.See more
Safety Ray Vinopal …
Safety Ray Vinopal demonstrated speed and strength as good as anyone at his position in the country at the school’s annual showcase.See more
U.S. clears police officer in Ferguson case, criticizes police forceBy The Associated Press 12:45 p.m.
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department won’t prosecute former a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer in the …
Blue Jays’ Martin has ‘nothing but praise’ for former Pirates teammatesBy Rob Biertempfel
DUNEDIN, Fla. — Nostalgia kept tugging at Russell Martin as he went through the free …
- Pitt’s Wright excelling in classroom 1:35 p.m.
Shania’s first tour in 11 years includes Pittsburgh stopBy USA Today
Shania Twain dropped two bombshell bits of news this morning. First: “I’m finally, after 11 …
- Owner of Strip District nightclub Ivy agrees to close after shooting 1:05 p.m.
- McCandless man, Heidelberg police chief settle civil rights lawsuit
- Baldwin High School newspaper snags top honors again at competition 1:33 p.m.
- Event aims to raise awareness about poverty in Lower Valley 2:36 p.m.
Elizabeth Township, McKeesport impacted by ice jam on Youghiogheny RiverBy Patrick Cloonan 1:39 p.m.
Authorities in southeastern Allegheny County are watching a rising Monongahela River and a growing ice jam on the Youghiogheny River. The ice jam has taken down at least one pole …
- Westmoreland historical society holding antiques appraisal 1:36 p.m.
- PennDOT alerts drivers to numerous road closures due to flooding, debris 2:14 p.m.
- Harsh February leaves Westmoreland communities short on road salt
- Unity planners OK proposal for Route 30 retail development
- Hempfield man to plead guilty to posing as policeman
11 Ligonier Township residents rescued by boat from floodwatersBy Renatta Signorini 2:49 p.m.
When icy floodwaters rose around Aaron Jones’ home on Schmidt Lane in Ligonier Township, he knew it was time to leave. A water rescue team pulled him, his wife, Jennifer, …
- American Eagle notches $61.6M 4Q profit 1:25 p.m.
- Concurrent Technologies focuses on developing batteries for renewable energy, electric cars
- Profit increases 12% at Dick’s Sporting Goods
- Oil glut forces producers to seek out more storage tanks
- Foreign central banks buck Fed, cut interest rates
Impact fees garner support from state community leadersBy David Conti
Community leaders who fear the potential impacts of Gov. Tom Wolf’s severance tax proposal on natural gas asked lawmakers Tuesday to maintain per-well fees that have allowed for hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of municipal improvements. Wolf vowed to …
- Shania’s first tour in 11 years includes Pittsburgh stop
- So Many Questions: ‘Hart of Dixie’ actor Bill Parks enjoys the romance of small towns
- New Ken’s Concrete Angels turn to paint to help fight cancer
- USA Network’s ‘Dig’ takes global approach
Trafford native writes the book on early rock concertsBy Rege Behe
Pat DiCesare is responsible for one of the greatest — if not the greatest — moment in Pittsburgh music history. When the Beatles performed Sept. 14, 1964, at the Civic …
- The Wine Cellar: When looking for value, don’t overlook Côtes-du-Rhône
- A la carte: Lemons bring more flavor, less sodium
- KitchenWise: Getting al dente right improves pasta dishes
- Dinner in Minutes: Spanish fare gets light adaptation
CMU grad’s FunBites make healthy food appeal to kidsBy Michael Machosky
“Just take a bite — one bite,” says every parent ever, at some point. First bites are the hardest, particularly for parents of picky eaters. Bobbie Rhoads, a graduate of …
- Time to sever Greece from its EU lifeline
- Is liberalism exhausted?
- Nemtsov’s murder a direct result of policy that demonized him
- Blaming the right again
- Europe must be pushed to fight the endemic scourge of anti-Semitism
Best or worst of times?By Pat Buchanan
Last week, John Kerry seemed to be auditioning for the role of Dr. Pangloss. Despite jihadi violence across the Middle East and ISIS terror in Iraq and Syria, Kerry told Congress, we live in “a period of less daily threat …