Only a few …
Only a few cancellations and most flights appeared to be on time in Pittsburgh as a nor’easter hit the East Coast on one of the nation’s busiest travel days.See more
National Guard reinforcements …
National Guard reinforcements helped contain the latest protests in Ferguson, preventing a second night of the chaos that led to arson and looting.See more
After spending eight …
After spending eight weeks on the sideline while out with a broken forearm, Ike Taylor is ready to retake his spot as starting cornerback.See more
Two members of …
Two members of the Navy’s Blue Angels, a precision flying team, visited Arnold Palmer Regional Airport near Latrobe to prepare for next year’s air shows.See more
As gasoline falls …
As gasoline falls below $3 per gallon, consumers could have an extra $40 billion to spend during the holidays, but the lower prices may be temporary.See more
Pittsburgh ends ‘Operation Over Watch’ for police officersBy Bob Bauder 3:39 p.m.
Pittsburgh police on Wednesday shut down “Operation Over Watch,” which had officers working 12-hour overtime shifts for patrols …
Ehrhoff finding his way with PenguinsBy Josh Yohe
The real Christian Ehrhoff showed up during the past week. A six-week display of solid …
Reading Harry Potter provides clues to brain activity, CMU researchers sayBy Megha Satyanarayana 3:16 p.m.
Reading sets off a flurry of brain activity, and Carnegie Mellon University researchers are using Harry Potter books …
- Pittsburgh ends ‘Operation Over Watch’ for police officers 3:39 p.m.
- 2 Pittsburgh elementary students cited for bringing pellet guns to school 2:31 p.m.
- Reading Harry Potter provides clues to brain activity, CMU researchers say 3:16 p.m.
- Girl, 12, rescues 4-year-old sister from burning house in Homestead 3:44 p.m.
Snow expected to taper off in Pittsburgh by mid-afternoonBy Tribune-Review 3:26 p.m.
Most flights Wednesday morning appeared to be on time at Pittsburgh International Airport but some destinations to east coast cities had delays including Philadelphia. Pitt students Patrick Araya and Uriah …
- Fall fly-by: Blue Angels stop in Unity to discuss 2015 show
- Westmoreland County, state AG to get funds from illegal lottery
- Grease in Youngwood sewer system prompts another look at rule
- Jeannette man pleads guilty to attempting to entice child in Louisiana
- Woman sought in robbery in Unity 1:44 p.m.
Murrysville athlete runs obstacle course for charity — 7 timesBy Patrick Varine
Most people would balk at the idea of making their way through the physical crucible of a Tough Mudder obstacle course. Matthew Scoletti didn’t balk — and then he ran …
- Federal agency checking whether Highmark has enough doctors in Medicare plan
- Lower gasoline prices fail to spur consumer spending
- Household debt on the rise after 5-year decline
- Oil prices continue descent, dragging market indexes lower
- Google applies tech to medical device
Retailers that won’t open on Thanksgiving hope move pays offBy Chris Fleisher
The mid-November cold snap started the holiday rush at REI a bit early this year. But Romi Conaboy, a sales manager at the South Side sporting goods retailer, can look …
- North Hills native survives another week on ‘The Voice’ 3:55 p.m.
- Cosby show still planned for Heinz Hall
- Review: City Theatre’s ‘Smart Blonde’ offers a smart look at a smart actress
- Review: ‘Horrible Bosses 2’ isn’t about bosses at all
- Review: ‘Penguins’ has plenty for kids and parents
- Review: Redmayne becomes Stephen Hawking for inspiring ‘Theory of Everything’
Review: ‘Newsies’ a great addition to musical standardsBy Alice Carter 3:43 p.m.
Brace yourself for a flood of “Newsies” that will almost assuredly be coming to a high school near you in about two years. It’s a smart, upbeat musical with themes …
- A la carte: Turkey rescue and tips
- An easy way to have fresh cookies any time
- Leftovers feed excitement at Franktuary’s brunch
- Cooler weather sometimes improves winter greens
Bars bulge at the seams night before ThanksgivingBy Rachel Weaver
It’s the perfect recipe for a fun night out. No work, no classes the next day and buddies who haven’t been home in months means big business for bars the …
- Goal of political process is not to create a government that works
- Blatant misuse of union dues
- Obama’s next mass pardon
- Giving thanks can be a challenge
- Clues to Chief Justice John Roberts’ thinking on new ObamaCare case
Hagel didn’t start the fireBy Pat Buchanan
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has been fired. John McCain said Hagel “was never really brought into that real tight circle inside the White House that makes all the decisions which has put us into the incredible debacle that we’re in …