Pittsburgh cops will …
Pittsburgh cops will work 2 to a patrol car this week, in response to potential threats and the shooting of 2 officers in NYC.See more
The Penguins fought …
The Penguins fought hard in Florida, rallying from 2 goals down to earn a point vs. the Panthers, but ultimately fell in a shootout.See more
With 2015 approaching …
With 2015 approaching and people looking to get in shape, a good way to get started and instill confidence is by dressing the part.See more
2010 McKeesport grad …
2010 McKeesport grad Ty-Meer Brown leads Boston College into the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium against Penn State.See more
Government watchdog says …
Government watchdog says “Undercover Boss” reality show gifts to Pittsburgh employees from Mayor Bill Peduto raise questions.See more
Delays expected on Pa. Turnpike for retaining wall repairsBy Tribune-Review
Delays of between 15 and 20 minutes are expected at times Tuesday along the Pennsylvania Turnpike because of …
Penguins rally late but lose to Panthers, 4-3, in shootoutBy Josh Yohe 12:06 a.m.
SUNRISE, Fla. — Injuries and illness are catching up to the Penguins. They fought valiantly …
Economy police release sketch of woman whose embalmed head was found in wooded areaBy Bill Vidonic
She’s white, believed to be at least 50 with soft, whitish-gray hair, and with a …
- ‘Boss’ gifts to Pittsburgh employees from Peduto raise questions
- Delays expected on Pa. Turnpike for retaining wall repairs
- Pittsburgh police doubling up on duty after potential threats
- Penn Hills wants to step up code enforcement, cite violators
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium schedules six-week closureBy Michael Hasch
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium will be closed for nearly six weeks early next year for what a spokeswoman calls “routine maintenance.” No workers will be furloughed during the 40-day shutdown at the Highland Park facility that spokeswoman Tracy Gray …
- Open house set for proposed power plant in South Huntingdon 12:01 a.m.
- West Newton keeps tax rate 12:01 a.m.
- More trouble for New Alexandria tree trimmer Askey accused in home improvement scams 12:01 a.m.
- Smail of Greensburg will seek full term on Westmoreland County Common Pleas bench 12:01 a.m.
- Convicted killer Stahl of Hempfield files appeal in strangulation of wife 12:01 a.m.
Project to tear down former Jeannette District Memorial Hospital on schedule, Excela saysBy Tribune-Review
Demolition work at the former Jeannette District Memorial Hospital is wrapping up. “We are about at the end of what we are able to do,” said Robin Jennings, spokeswoman for …
- Marcellus driller Vantage Energy to pay nearly $1M for Greene County well problems
- Rex Energy spills flowback on Butler County wellpad, says DEP
- Gasoline prices keep falling in Western Pa.
- 2 states, 2 different conclusions about fracking
- Allegheny Health Network announces collaboration with Johns Hopkins 12:02 a.m.
Changes abound at Uncle Charley’s Sausage, but taste isn’t one of themBy David Conti
Len Caric worries that shoppers have been judging Uncle Charley’s Sausage by its cover. Inside the packages, featuring a familiar, yellow logo that Western Pennsylvania consumers have come to know …
- Ronstadt, Eagles among 14 to enter Pop Music Hall
- Old-school booksellers learn to survive, thrive in digital age
- Pittsburgh mayor Peduto goes ‘Undercover’ for CBS reality show
- ‘Collector’ exhibit shows another side of famed photographer Michals
Blues-rock singer Joe Cocker dead at 70By The Associated Press
NEW YORK — British singer Joe Cocker, whose had hits that included “You Are So Beautiful” and “Up Where We Belong,” and a contortionist style of performance memorably parodied by …
- Kids know best: It’s Santa magic
- Coping with kids: Invite fairies through a door into your home
- New Swash machine touted as option for in-home garment care
- Throughout the year, Pittsburgh’s sartorial winners inspire closet envy
Wear with confidence: Pump up your workout with stylish exercise gearBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
With the new year approaching, it’s the time when people think of getting in shape. A good way to get started and instill confidence is by dressing the part. “Everyone …
- CIA report aids, abets terrorists
- Chamber of Commerce’s water boy
- Going fuzzy on Cuba
- Jonathan Gruber should have been Time’s Person of the Year
Targeting ‘assault weapons’ once againBy Steve Chapman
The 1994 federal law banning “assault weapons” was a high point of the gun control movement and Bill Clinton’s presidency. Signing the bill, he said it was the beginning of “our effort to restore safety and security to the people …