South Fayette native …
South Fayette native Ashley Schmider is looking forward to competing in the Miss America Pageant this month in Atlantic City.See more
Pa. opponents of …
Pa. opponents of an Obama administration proposal to strengthen limits on smog-causing ozone in the lower atmosphere blast the plan.See more
The likely reality …
The likely reality for the foreseeable future in the NFL is that prototypical, true pocket passers will be the norm.See more
American Airlines cuts …
American Airlines cuts some flights from Pittsburgh International Airport, a setback to the efforts to expand flights and destinations.See more
If you fancy …
If you fancy a week of English refinement in Pittsburgh, Britsburgh, a celebration of all things British, is the smashing answer.See more
Pittsburgh Crime Stoppers search for suspect in Clairton murderBy Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and …
Steelers accomplish mission to get younger, faster on defenseBy Chris Adamski
It took more than eight years. But at last, the transition from the Bill Cowher …
Western Pennsylvania schools’ denial of access to roofers prompts suitBy Matthew Santoni
The union representing 21 roofers who failed criminal background checks by three Western Pennsylvania school districts has filed …
- Western Pennsylvania schools’ denial of access to roofers prompts suit
- CCAC solar panels to power up after decade of delay
- Police: Suspect in death of Fineview toddler changed his statements
- Asking price for Penguins franchise said to be at a record $750M
Accreditation drive part of agency revamp, Allegheny County Health Department director saysBy Aaron Aupperlee
The Allegheny County Health Department has applied to a nonprofit board for accreditation, Director Karen Hacker announced Wednesday, a process that has steered changes at the department since she took over two years ago. The accreditation process has reorganized the …
- Police: Woman faked Mt. Pleasant robbery 12:14 a.m.
- Latrobe parks and recreation director to retire
- Packages with ‘inappropriate’ material for girls sent to Murrysville stopped by Postal Service 12:14 a.m.
- Hempfield officials to review site plan for Excela Health Orthoplex 12:01 a.m.
- Contractor on New Stanton I-70 project wants access route
4-year-old transplant recipient Angelo Giorno from Derry on life support, family saysBy Ben Schmitt
Angelo Giorno, the 4-year-old Derry boy whose intestinal transplant made headlines throughout the summer, is on life support at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, his family said. Dale Darazio, Angelo’s guardian, …
- Housing bright spot as Beige Book survey shows Pittsburgh region’s growth slight
- American to halt 2 direct routes from Pittsburgh International
- Coal company, UMW settle suit over use of non-union workers
- Feds investigate $14.8M embezzled from Pittsburgh-based Matthews International Corp.
- Coal stocks on a roller coaster ride they can’t get off
Pa. business interests decry EPA ozone proposal as economic albatrossBy David Conti 12:03 a.m.
Opponents of an Obama administration proposal to strengthen limits on smog-causing ozone in the lower atmosphere blasted the plan Wednesday as an unnecessary set of regulations that would stifle economic …
- Fancy a week of English refinement in Pittsburgh? Britsburgh is a smashing answer
- Free concerts highlight Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival at Heinz Field
- Sax great Phil Woods takes on Charlie Parker’s ‘Strings’ at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild
- Dorothy 6 offers home-style American food with a nod to Homestead’s industrial past
- Pict Classic Theatre’s ‘Educating Rita’ explores the lust for knowledge
- DVD reviews: ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ ‘The D Train’ and ‘Good Kill’
With good cause, Rusted Root happy to return to Hartwood AcresBy Rex Rutkoski
A quarter of a century down a most interesting career path, Rusted Root rocks on. “I never expected for us not to still be doing it. As crazy and awesome …
- Little-known tropical fruit pawpaw has sweet taste, interesting history
- Alice Waters to be honored at ‘Farm to Table’ event
- KitchenWise: A little brine can produce stellar pork chops
- Fast relish dresses up cookout
SUP3Rivers SouthSide festival floats idea of stand-up paddleboardingBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
With summer quickly fading, here’s a chance to spend time on the river before we head into fall. The SUP3Rivers SouthSide Outside Paddle & Music Festival is Sept. 5. The …
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- Gun myths & the Roanoke shootings
- Russia burns out of control
- Brain gain in Pittsburgh
- What’s Holdren hiding?
Blame liberals for the rise of TrumpBy S.e. Cupp
There are a few existential questions that man has struggled but failed to answer conclusively, despite Sisyphean efforts, such as: Why are we here? What happens when we die? Why do kids go ape for “Frozen”? To these we may …