A physician who …
A physician who lives in Murrysville illegally killed a lion with a bow and arrow in Zimbabwe several months ago, authorities in that nation said.See more
Emotions flared late …
Emotions flared late as the benches cleared in the Pirates’ 3-0 win against the Reds, overshadowing Charlie Morton’s seven shutout innings.See more
Shell has shoveled …
Shell has shoveled millions of dollars worth of work into the proposed site of an ethane cracker — even without making a final decision to build.See more
A sixth-round pick …
A sixth-round pick and an undrafted free agent might be the keys to success for the Steelers’ new defensive coordinator Keith Butler.See more
A player who …
A player who had a bat in his hands as soon as he could walk pulled off a daring play during a championship game at PNC Park.See more
2nd suspect in Marshall-Shadeland barbershop shooting in custodyBy Tribune-Review
A second man wanted in connection with the July 25 fatal shooting of Lamar Thomas in his Marshall-Shadeland …
- 2 teens drown in Lawrence County creek 9:57 p.m.
Steelers’ Harrison awaits go-ahead from Tomlin before practicingBy Ralph N. Paulk 10:20 p.m.
James Harrison is considered the hardest-working man in the NFL. No one likely possesses a …
McCandless woman 1st in region with implant aimed at halting seizuresBy Ben Schmitt
Each night before bed, Georgette Nichols brushes her teeth, washes her face and holds an …
- Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s banding program a labor of love for avian expert 10:30 p.m.
- Developers share their vision for Garden Theater block on North Side 10:30 p.m.
- Downtown Macy’s building to lose OASIS to closer parent organization 10:27 p.m.
- Volunteer tutors boost adult literacy in Allegheny County 10:27 p.m.
Author of Americans with Disabilities Act celebrates its effects in CarnegieBy Bill Zlatos
Tony Coelho, author of the Americans with Disabilities Act, surveyed the scene Saturday at Webb Park in Carnegie with a sense of satisfaction. More than 200 adults with disabilities, their …
- Zimbabwe alleges Murrysville doctor illegally killed lion 10:16 p.m.
- Motorcyclist injured in Sewickley Township
- Judge denies former New Alexandria tree trimmer another chance
- Heroin suspect out of Westmoreland County jail on $100K bond
- Monessen home invasion ‘ringleader’ denied leniency
Red Onion reunion possibly the last for Hempfield coal mining villageBy Joe Napsha
For 38 years, current and former residents of Red Onion — the nickname for the Hempfield coal mining village of Haydenville — gathered to reminisce with family and friends. The …
- Shell shovels millions into proposed Beaver County plant site
- Extended oil slump takes toll
- Off-duty but on call: Suits seek overtime
- Companies hand out perks, benefits instead of pay raises
- Bond funds hold onto cash
Obama orders steeper emission cuts from power plantsBy The Associated Press 10:08 p.m.
WASHINGTON — Aiming to jolt the rest of the world to action, President Obama moved ahead Sunday with even tougher greenhouse gas cuts on American power plants, setting up a certain confrontation in the courts with energy producers and Republican-led …
- East Liberty native steps off Broadway to bring ‘Kinky Boots’ home
- Pittsburgh Glass Center exhibits new wares that reinterpret antiquities
- Architecture: Visionaries saw buildings but not the political surroundings
- Former Steeler Mendenhall relishes writing for HBO’s ‘Ballers’
- How a rebellious frat boy became Dr. Seuss
- Review: ‘Oregon Trail’ relives migration that helped settle America’s West
Community comes together for Guyasuta Days in SharpsburgBy Cynthia Bombach Helzel 9:06 p.m.
Sharpsburg’s annual Guyasuta Days is an event that makes a big impact on a small community. The festival, which takes place this year from Aug. 3 to 8, unites the …
- 2,000 party animals swarm Pittsburgh Zoo’s Summer Safari soiree 9:08 p.m.
- Lawrenceville eyewear store has vision of helping kids in need 9:00 p.m.
- It’s a day at the beach for Norwin Art League’s painting party 9:11 p.m.
- SummerSounds concerts in Greensburg a popular draw 9:00 p.m.
Road Trip! Destination: Cuyahoga Valley National ParkBy Alice T. Carter 9:12 p.m.
Tell friends you’re planning a visit to a national park, and the automatic assumption is that you’re making a long trek to the Grand Canyon, the Everglades or one of …
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‘Preventive care’ canardBy Michelle Malkin 9:14 p.m.
As more graphic, undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts racket emerge, thanks to the investigative work of The Center for Medical Progress, desperate Democrats are in full deflection mode. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell defended …