The board that …
The board that disciplines Pennsylvania lawyers has sent an unspecified action against Attorney General Kathleen Kane to the state Supreme Court.See more
Two executives were …
Two executives were added to a new governing board to help make the August Wilson Center “a financial success as well as an artistic success.”See more
Some of the …
Some of the WPIAL’s top teams are leaning toward a 2-back running game and highlighting some of the area’s biggest stars.See more
Lawn Sense is …
Lawn Sense is tasked with keeping the hanging baskets and 500 additional plant containers around the city of Pittsburgh healthy.See more
Despite its tumultuous …
Despite its tumultuous divorce from Highmark, hospital titan UPMC hit a record level of cash-flow income over the past fiscal year.See more
Overnight closures, lane restrictions announced for Fort Pitt Tunnel, Parkway WestBy Melissa Daniels 6:04 p.m.
Overnight closures and lane restrictions will occur on both sides of the Fort Pitt Tunnel and Parkway West …
- Court orders new trials for Pittsburgh cop who allegedly fell in love with drug-addicted prostitute 5:36 p.m.
- Man convicted in North Side stabbing 5:29 p.m.
Starkey: Steelers stopping themselves with suspensionsBy Joe Starkey
It has been said many times, most recently by Le’Veon Bell and Ben Roethlisberger, that …
- Pitt’s Narduzzi names 4 captains 3:01 p.m.
- Gorman: Don’t judge WPIAL by the cover 3:06 p.m.
Trib Total Media puts 9 Western Pa. newspapers up for saleBy Tribune-Review 6:16 p.m.
Trib Total Media announced on Friday it intends to sell nine publications in Western Pennsylvania, including four daily …
- Nazi ‘gold train’ evidence mounts 6:16 p.m.
- Moon-area pediatrician found in country club lake died of natural causes 5:26 p.m.
- Overnight closures, lane restrictions announced for Fort Pitt Tunnel, Parkway West 6:04 p.m.
- Man flees Monroeville bank holdup with cash 5:21 p.m.
- Man convicted in North Side stabbing 5:29 p.m.
WWII-era landing ship tank docking at Heinz FieldBy Rex Rutkoski 5:17 p.m.
One of the “Ships That Won World War II” will sail into Pittsburgh on Sept. 1, celebrating its historic connection to the region with public tours from Sept. 2 to …
- Trafford man sentenced for sex with teen 6:03 p.m.
- Prison sentence extended for New Kensington man 5:48 p.m.
- Mt. Pleasant Area board votes to establish $3.5M line of credit
- Franklin Regional stabbing suspect Hribal to head to adult prison after Oct. 1
- Westmoreland Fair queen eyes veterinary career
Confederate memorabilia gets favorable attention at Westmoreland FairBy Rich Cholodofsky
Vendors hawking T-shirts and trinkets at the Westmoreland Fair this week say they’re tapping into a niche market by mixing in some controversy: Confederate flags, belt buckles, T-shirts and other …
- Trib Total Media puts 9 Western Pa. newspapers up for sale 6:16 p.m.
- Mylan shareholders approve $34 billion hostile takeover bid for Perrigo 6:16 p.m.
- Clean Air Council challenges Sunoco Pipeline’s public utility status
- Nonprofit hospital titan UPMC’s income eclipses record
- GNC chief Archbold touts tailored mail promotions
Regulators expect lawsuit over oil, gas rules processBy David Conti
State regulators expect a judge eventually will decide whether they followed the proper process in writing environmental rules for the conventional oil and gas industry. “You’re going to sue us,” Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Deputy Secretary Scott Perry told …
- Fashion FYI: Nicole Miller to unveil 10th-anniversary fashion collection 6:09 p.m.
- Actor Duchovny to sing at Pittsburgh’s Altar Bar
- Science Center admission free on Saturday
- Review: ‘Diary of a Teenage Girl’ as rewarding as it is squirm-inducing
- Review: ‘We Are Your Friends’ plays a rather tired tune
- Not laughing enough? Pittsburgh Comedy Festival able to fix that
Mystery Lovers Bookshop in Oakmont finds a way to keep going with new ownersBy Alice T. Carter 6:03 p.m.
New owners at two venerable area bookstores are working on a happy ending for the saga of the independent bookseller. In May, partners Natalie Sacco and Trevor Thomas became the …
- Nighttime crew keeps plant containers hydrated, healthy around Pittsburgh
- Award-winning architect Indovina selling cherished O’Hara home
- Garden Q&A: Household items can be easily transformed into whimsical planters
- Design Direction: Sewickley designer Murphy shares styles, builds bonds
- Garden heritage project documents, preserves Italian traditions
- Savor Pittsburgh continues to challenge Western Pa. chefs, help charity
A day brewing ... is life any tastier on the other side?By Chris Fleisher 6:12 p.m.
Every homebrewer shares a variation of the same fantasy dreamt while scrubbing pots and sweating over boiling wort. What if I could do this for a living? Well, my friends, …
- Vester Flanagan’s video
- When celebrating women traps them in a silo
- Is Trumpism the New Nationalism?
- Drug price controls a bad idea
- Turning the ‘joy of sex’ into a police process
Taking the dirty bomb threat seriouslyBy Sam Nunn & Andrew Bieniawski
Amid a campaign of terror that has included beheadings and suicide bombings, recent reports that ISIS extremists may have stolen enough material for a radioactive “dirty bomb” are chilling — but should not be shocking. This new threat originates overseas, …