UPMC on Wednesday …
UPMC on Wednesday accused rival Highmark Inc. of denying 154 claims for children undergoing treatment at UPMC-owned hospitals and clinics.See more
The Penguins traded …
The Penguins traded forward Marcel Goc to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for forward Maxim Lapierre, who offers a more physical style of play.See more
Federal cost overruns …
Federal cost overruns and delays helped keep a new National Weather Service satellite from launching in time to prevent gaps in long-range forecasting.See more
The National Transportation …
The National Transportation Safety Board issued a report calling for beefed up security measures to prevent natural gas pipeline accidents.See more
Harrison native Tom …
Harrison native Tom Henschel, 73, is among just three football fans in the United States who have attended every Super Bowl.See more
Police review board finds officer acted appropriately in Pridefest arrestBy Michael Hasch 10:36 p.m.
Pittsburgh’s Citizen Police Review Board agrees with other city investigators who determined that the police officer who arrested …
Starkey: What are Penguins, Pirates up to?By Joe Starkey 11:12 p.m.
The worst time to judge a trade is the immediate aftermath as reaction normally runs …
- Lapierre eager to make mark with Penguins 11:10 p.m.
Officials knock out ‘Fight Nights’ in man’s Mercer Co. garageBy The Associated Press
Police and zoning officials have shut down “Fight Nights” that a man holds in his Mercer County garage, …
- Federal grand jury indicts man for violating poultry law while operating illegal slaughterhouse in his Jefferson Hills home 10:55 p.m.
- Police review board finds officer acted appropriately in Pridefest arrest 10:36 p.m.
- Pittsburgh City Council clears path for lower Hill District development 8:51 p.m.
- Challenge to Pittsburgh’s handicapped parking rules dropped
- S. Carolina man wanted by Shaler police arrested
UPMC, Highmark disagree over payment of medical claims for childrenBy Luis Fábregas 11:04 p.m.
UPMC on Wednesday accused rival Highmark Inc. of denying 154 claims for children undergoing treatment at UPMC-owned hospitals and clinics, but the insurer shot back by saying the claims have …
- Donora man apprehended after North Belle Vernon pharmacy robbery 11:03 p.m.
- Ligonier Township residents voice concern to supervisors about new zoning ordinance
- Walker: Still time to recycle live Christmas trees in Scottdale
- Derry Township auto shop owner finds theft suspect hiding inside
- Salem man, in lockup in Greensburg shooting, charged with threatening to kill prison guard
New Derry woman charged after mail delivery of 4 pounds of marijuanaBy Paul Peirce
A New Derry woman has been charged with multiple drug violations because authorities were tipped off that she was receiving packages of marijuana in the mail. Patricia E. Hancock, 42, is charged by Derry police with manufacturing and delivery of …
- Super Bowl draws big increase in first-time advertisers 11:00 p.m.
- ‘Patient’ Fed keeps interest rates flat 11:00 p.m.
- McDonald’s replaces CEO amid sales decline, effort to transform image 9:24 p.m.
- Stocks lose footing on Fed statement
- Obamacare enrollment up in Pennsylvania
SEC alleges BNY Mellon bribed foreign investors by handing internships to their relativesBy Chris Fleisher
Securities regulators are considering charges against Bank of New York Mellon, alleging that it violated federal bribery laws by giving internships to relatives of foreign officials to win business managing investments for their country. The bank disclosed in a regulatory …
- New York City-based band Antibalas not afraid to be a step, or Afrobeat, ahead 9:01 p.m.
- Pittsburgh band The Love Letters a throwback to poppier age 9:28 p.m.
- Skillet hopes Christian music tour Winter Jam fans the flames of hope 9:01 p.m.
- Memorial reading in Bloomfield to honor award-winning poet Kinnell 9:22 p.m.
- Dinette focuses on fresh, tasty ingredients for their pies, some grown right on the roof 9:23 p.m.
- DVD reviews: ‘The Judge,’ ‘Fury’ and ‘The Book of Life’ 9:25 p.m.
‘Mr. Joy’ explores ‘issues of race and class that America has yet to solve’By Alice T. Carter 9:26 p.m.
Daniel Beaty returns to City Theatre with the world premiere of his new play, “Mr. Joy.” City Theatre audiences know the author, singer, writer and composer for his work there …
- Chefs show their roots in Pittsburgh’s Food Pantry Brunch Challenge
- KitchenWise: Clams are so easy to cook, they tell you when they’re done
- The Wine Cellar: Festive libations celebrate Super Bowl regions
- Mushrooms are rich in nutrients and meaty flavor
Steelers will ‘Party With a Purpose’ at Super Bowl festivities in PhoenixBy Candy Williams
Chef Anthony Zallo is hoping his Pennsylvania Elk Meatballs will win over Steelers Nation West this weekend in Phoenix. He will be competing in the Taste of the NFL, one …
- The Persians are coming!
- Pittsburgh schools that work
- State of the Union gives false hope to entry-level employees
- Adding more fuel to racial fire
- Islam has been hijacked by Wahhabism
30 days’ notice is not enough!By Michael Sobol 9:57 p.m.
President Obama recently proposed a law requiring that companies inform customers within 30 days when personal information, such as Social Security numbers, is exposed. Forty-seven states have data breach notification laws, which vary widely. Pennsylvania requires that companies notify customers …