A group of Pittsburgh-area …
A group of Pittsburgh-area tea party members gathered outside the federal building Downton to protest the IRS’ unfair treatment of conservative groups.See more
Officials across the Pittsburgh …
Officials across the Pittsburgh area said voter turnout has been light on primary election day, as many predicted.See more
The fire chief of …
The fire chief of an Oklahoma City suburb devastated by a deadly tornado is “98 percent sure” there are no more survivors or bodies to recover.See more
The Pittsburgh Ballet continues …
The Pittsburgh Ballet continues to thrive from its 30-year affiliation with UPMC Sports Medicine.See more
Off to their best …
Off to their best start since 1992, the Pirates may be better equipped to avoid a late-season swoon, starting with a deeper roster.See more
Judge: Stop feeding the votersBy Tribune-Review 4:17 p.m.
Don’t feed the voters, an Allegheny County judge ordered Tuesday. Common Pleas Judge Don R. Walko, who is …
Penguins’ breakdown on Alfredsson goal changes seriesBy Rob Rossi
OTTAWA — Chris Kunitz would just as soon see The Breakdown become a footnote in …
Warsaw partisan fought in 2 uprisingsBy The Associated Press 5:42 p.m.
WARSAW — Boruch Spiegel, one of the last remaining survivors of the 1943 Warsaw ghetto …
- Tea party protesters target Pittsburgh federal building 5:51 p.m.
- Judge: Stop feeding the voters 4:17 p.m.
- Judge refuses to stop Wilkinsburg mayoral election over ballot complaint 4:11 p.m.
- Blocked parking frustrates Squirrel Hll voters
Turnout light across Western Pa. as voters hit pollsBy Tribune-Review 5:55 p.m.
Although voter turnout has been below average at many polling places Tuesday, the Wightman Annex in Squirrel Hill was seeing higher numbers than it did in the primary four years …
- Sheriff called to Newlonsburg polling place over campaign literature 4:50 p.m.
- Warrant issued for Latrobe man accused of kidnappinwg
- Police: Man had drugs in backpack at Triangle Tech
- Hempfield Area OKs tentative plan for 2013-14 budget
- Norwin school directors OK budget with tax hike
Heart patients accuse Excela of conspiracyBy Rich Cholodofsky
Lawyers for more than 100 former heart patients at Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital argued in court on Monday that a final report that found two of its surgeons might have performed unnecessary operations was a case of retribution against the …
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- UPMC will cut 100 transcribers’ jobs
- Chesapeake Energy names Anadarko executive as new CEO
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- High crop prices entice Midwest farmers to expand acreage for planting
Dick’s earnings rise 13 percent, but sales disappointBy Thomas Olson 4:28 p.m.
Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc. reported earnings increased 13 percent, on lower-than-expected sales, for the fiscal first quarter ended May 4. The company earned $65 million, or 52 cents per share, compared with $57 million, or 45 cents per share, in …
- Microsoft touts Xbox One as all-in-1 entertainment
- Steel Valley choir to share stage with classic rock icon Foreigner 3:22 p.m.
- Annotated ‘Harry Potter’ 1st edition on auction
- MacFarlane won’t return as 2014 Oscar host 6:09 p.m.
Chocolate display from local artist goes on display, with some help from SarrisBy Kellie B. Gormly 6:09 p.m.
You can view and admire the “Heautoscopic Jaunt” sculpture. Just don’t eat it. It might be tempting, though. The 350-pound creation, made entirely of white chocolate, depicts the lying-down body …
- First-time Mom Con looking to inspire and connect Pittsburgh-area mothers 6:09 p.m.
- Coping with Kids: Baby-powered bouncing seat
- Special ceremony planned to honor veterans on USS Requin
- Gold becomes a theme at glitzy Cannes amfAR gala 6:09 p.m.
- Mon-Vale Health Resources celebrates 25th Gala
- Persad Center’s Art for Change continues to grow
Pittsburgh Ballet thrives from 30-year affiliation with sports therapyBy Mark Kanny 6:09 p.m.
Dancers’ bodies essentially are their instruments, says ballerina Julia Erickson. The eight hours daily of rehearsing, performing and cross training subject their bodies to stresses comparable to those experienced by …
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The film tax credit farceBy Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan
Everyone loves a good movie, but with an average cost of more than $8, most Pennsylvanians have to choose carefully what they will spend their money on. Too bad we don’t have that same luxury with our tax dollars, which …