More than 100,000 …
More than 100,000 people flocked to Downtown and the North Shore for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta’s Fourth of July celebration Saturday.See more
Pittsburgh has come …
Pittsburgh has come a long way from its manufacturing past, but it’s still far from becoming the next Silicon Valley.See more
The right set …
The right set of clothes doesn’t guarantee a favorable trip to court, but it can help make a good impression on judges and juries.See more
Many teams throw …
Many teams throw fastballs inside off the plate to elite hitters. But the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen also is a retaliation target.See more
Pennsylvania’s largest city, …
Pennsylvania’s largest city, hosting the pope later this year and the Democratic National Convention in 2016, is luring crowds with a new vibrancy.See more
Missing man found in GarfieldBy Tony Raap 1:18 p.m.
Pittsburgh police have found a 75-year-old man who went missing twice in less than a week. Earl Clifford …
McCutchen, Pirates hitters increasingly in crosshairsBy Travis Sawchik 1:16 p.m.
In the Pirates clubhouse last Sunday, a large square bandage adhered to Andrew McCutchen’s left …
Police: Maine man shoots off firework from top of head, diesBy The Associated Press
CALAIS, Maine — Maine State Police say a man celebrating the Fourth of July died when he tried …
- Missing man found in Garfield 1:18 p.m.
- Man, child hit by car late Saturday in South Side 3:17 p.m.
- Woman shot at Kennywood Park in ‘freak accident’ 3:16 p.m.
- A soccer game that didn’t count mattered most
No boat races, so regatta-goers find something else to doBy Natasha Lindstrom 12:27 p.m.
More than 100,000 people flocked to Downtown and the North Shore for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta’s Fourth of July celebration Saturday despite the last-minute cancellation of the boat …
- Murrysville home damaged in blaze 2:42 p.m.
- Youthful actors bring Disney classic ‘Tarzan’ to life at Geyer in Scottdale
- Facelift approved for historic La Rose building in Greensburg
- Trial to begin Monday in Rostraver home invasion
- Jewish congregations dwindling, forced to mull viability of worship sites
Court attire can have impact, public defenders sayBy Adam Brandolph 12:27 p.m.
When he was acquitted on robbery charges in November, Christopher Clinton not only returned the clothes he wore at trial, but had them dry cleaned. Clinton, 39, of the North …
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- New J.C. Penney CEO comes from middle-income America
- Corporate America speaking out on social issues, getting results
- Truffle dogs sniff out pungent fungus prized by foodies
Pittsburgh’s tech startup activity rates last of 40 metro areas in reportBy Chris Fleisher 12:27 p.m.
Josh Dziabiak is a Pittsburgh entrepreneur. Born and raised in Beaver County, he started his first company, MediaCatch, when he was a teenager, living at home, and made his first …
- Opera Theater’s Summerfest ranges from classics to world premiere
- Change buildings, but don’t shortchange them
- Review: A real ‘Shepherd’s Life’ proves a hit in print, online
- Review: ‘Finders Keepers’ recalls ‘Misery’ as Stephen King torments a reader
- Local performers draw on travel experiences
- Fun-seekers won’t let a Pittsburgh regatta without races get them down
Art Institute of Pittsburgh offers different kind of ‘Magic’ showBy Kurt Shaw
Since the Art Institute of Pittsburgh first opened its doors in 1921, thousands of its graduates have found meaningful, practical, stable and satisfying work in creative fields while defying the …
- Road Trip! Destination: The Merritt Parkway, Conn.
- Cooking Class: Pork and Cabbage Potstickers at Everyday Noodles
- Raspberry-lemon curd makes tasty DIY gifts
- Homework: Day lilies on display at Trax Farms
- Burgeoning garden trend looks to nature as healing aid
- Experts recommend checking your home’s deck frequently
Natrona Heights man’s work helps lure purple martins back to Harrison Hills ParkBy Debbie Black
All the time and dedication put in over the past several decades finally paid off for Natrona Heights resident Ken Kostka, who enticed a blue-black swallow species wiped out during …
- Quashing free speech, defying reason
- Ignorance & dereliction on guns
- Kennedy’s mindset made it easy to redefine ‘marriage’
- Marriage ruling could imperil religious liberty
The Supreme Court’s bad ObamaCare callBy David B. Rivkin Jr. & Elizabeth Price Foley
In King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act permits individuals who purchase insurance on the federal exchange to receive taxpayer subsidies. Though King pleases ObamaCare’s …