U.S. Secretary of …
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he has not yet reached a deal between Israel and Hamas for a seven-day truce, but “it can be achieved.”See more
Steelers president Art …
Steelers president Art Rooney II said Friday the team wants to re-sign Ben Roethlisberger, but a deal won’t be coming until after the season.See more
Democrats have a …
Democrats have a good chance of taking control of the state Senate, if Tom Wolf’s lead over Gov. Tom Corbett expands, Minority Leader Jay Costa said.See more
An adult golden …
An adult golden eagle struck by a train in March made an unlikely return to the skies above Somerset County.See more
A Manor woman’s …
A Manor woman’s blood-tracking dogs are an aid to hunters searching for wounded animals — as long as they’re not in Pennsylvania.See more
Fewer riders on Port Authority’s Access van program in 2013By Bobby Kerlik 5:42 p.m.
Use of Port Authority of Allegheny County’s door-to-door Access program in 2013 dipped to its lowest level in …
Steelers won’t negotiate Roethlisberger extension until after seasonBy Alan Robinson 4:47 p.m.
Ben Roethlisberger reported to the Steelers’ training camp Friday with a bunch of new receivers …
TV host and comedian Maher takes time from funny-serious to be funny-funnyBy Michael Machosky
Whether you agree with him on the issues of the day or not, you have …
- Fewer riders on Port Authority’s Access van program in 2013 5:42 p.m.
- 1 hurt in Mt. Lebanon fire on Bower Hill Road
- Motorcycle runs off road in Butler County, kills Shaler man 4:06 p.m.
- Truck crashes into Dairy Queen, 6 injured in Penn Hills
National city organization chooses Pittsburgh for 2016 gatheringBy Bob Bauder 5:54 p.m.
The National League of Cities on Friday announced it selected Pittsburgh to host its Congress of Cities and Exposition conference in 2016. The annual conference billed as the “nation’s largest educational and networking event for city officials” is scheduled for …
- Suspended Penn-Trafford teacher charged with stalking student
- Contract with prison counselors ratified
- Fire damages Derry house
- Westmoreland County commissioners honor work crew that saved family
- Greensburg man held for trial in hospital assault
North Huntingdon woman charged with threatening to burn down officer’s houseBy Bob Stiles
A North Huntingdon woman was arraigned on Thursday on charges she threatened to burn down a police officer’s home while she was in the Westmoreland County Courthouse. Erin L. Smith, …
- Citizens Bank parent says 6-month profit doubles
- Watchdog says EPA failing to stop natural-gas pipeline leaks 6:01 p.m.
- Amazon.com distribution center planned for Pittsburgh’s West End
- Wesco posts higher profit, lowers full year outlook
- EQT posts $110.9 million profit in latest quarter
Smartphone coupons just one way stores increasing spontaneous buysBy Chris Fleisher
Cherries were not on Diane Richards’ grocery list on Monday, and yet they made it into her cart. “They were $1.69 (per pound) today,” Richards said, carrying several plastic bags …
- Review: Opera Theater Summerfest concert fitting honor for founder
- TV host and comedian Maher takes time from funny-serious to be funny-funny
- ‘Most Wanted Man’ dwells on gray areas, spy games
- ‘Lucy’ ambitious shot at a thriller
- Round up family and friends, it’s county fair season in Western Pennsylvania
- Moondog’s owner the force behind Pittsburgh Blues Festival
‘Spamalot,’ a musical passionate about sillinessBy Alice T. Carter
Marc Robin has been a fan of Monty Python films since he was a youngster growing up in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He watched “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” so …
- Harnessing Pittsburgh’s artistic passion in a Strip District flea market
- Fashion FYI: Andy Warhol Museum hosting a Style Social
- It’s worth it to bring your own wines to savor on beach vacation
- Healthy Eating: Rethinking breakfast? Try a meal in a muffin
New workout craze Piloxing combines mix of disciplinesBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
You most likely won’t find these individuals in a boxing ring anytime soon, but you might see them working on their punches — a left hook or a right-cross. The moves …
- Do blacks need favors?
- Health information exchange will save lives
- The day of the hawk
- Lyft, Uber can’t dodge the insurance question
- A cover-up by any other name
When the future isn’t always brightBy Georgia Hernandez & Angela Campbell
As recent high school graduates prepare for what the future holds — new jobs, going to college, traveling to new cities — there’s excitement in the air. But for young people in foster care, the future is often uncertain. Each …