State police said …
State police said escaped Armstrong County Jail inmate Robert Edward Crissman, suspected of killing a woman Thursday, was captured Friday.See more
The Steelers are …
The Steelers are stressing improved conditioning during training camp in an attempt to ward off injuries, especially on the defensive side of the ball.See more
Over the past …
Over the past 46 years, Susie Fitzgerald has transformed her 28-acre estate in Pine into a colorful display of vegetation with plenty of variety.See more
Former Allegheny County …
Former Allegheny County Councilman Charles McCullough found guilty of taking money from an elderly woman’s estate and using it for his own benefit.See more
Pirates pitcher A.J. …
Pirates pitcher A.J. Burnett endures another poor start in the second half of the season in a blowout loss to the Cincinnati Reds.See more
State police say escaped Armstrong County inmate has been capturedBy Brad Pedersen 1:23 p.m.
Escaped inmate and suspected killer Robert Edward Crissman has been caught after a dramatic vehicle …
Pirates bolster bullpen by trading for former closer SoriaBy Rob Biertempfel
CINCINNATI — Last season, the Kansas City Royals used a lock-down bullpen to win the …
Zimbabwe: American lion killer’s extradition being soughtBy The Associated Press
HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe intends to seek the extradition of an American dentist who killed …
- Penn Hills grandmother to stand trial for fatally stabbing man with kitchen knife 1:07 p.m.
- SWAT standoff on Pittsburgh’s North Side ends peacefully 1:08 p.m.
- Judge rules McCullough guilty of taking money from elderly woman’s estate 11:03 a.m.
- Man killed in Pittsburgh’s Crafton Heights neighborhood from New York
McKeesport tattoo artist will stand trial for allegedly beating man to deathBy Katishi Maake 12:45 p.m.
A McKeesport tattoo artist will stand trial for allegedly beating a man to death, a judge decided Friday. Squirrel Hill District Judge Hugh F. McGough held for court one count of homicide against Dustin Rice, 41, at a preliminary hearing …
- Southmoreland School director named
- Arraignment scheduled for Penn Hills woman accused of transporting $1M worth of heroin along turnpike 11:29 a.m.
- Derry man gets 19-year prison sentence for recording sex assaults of girl
- Convicted home invader from Monessen wants new lawyer
- Contract talks progress in Derry
Derry boy recovering at home after high-profile intestinal transplantBy Ben Schmitt
After a monthlong hospital stay, Angelo Giorno walked through the front door of his home with a pressing demand: macaroni and cheese and mashed potatoes. His family happily obliged. “That’s …
- GNC to convert more stores to franchises as sales, profits slip
- Kennametal expects to consolidate plants as it shrinks manufacturing in continuing streamlining; profit drops
- Cost-cutting at Kraft Heinz extends to refrigerator
- U.S. asks Supreme Court to reinstate convictions of portfolio managers who won on appeal
- Economy’s 2Q best since last year
ATI to benefit from WTO ruling against China in steel caseBy Alex Nixon 12:03 p.m.
The U.S. won a trade dispute over Chinese duties placed on American steel exports, in a ruling expected to benefit Allegheny Technologies Inc. and other steelmakers. The World Trade Organization ruled Friday that China did not comply with a 2012 …
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- Old Crow Medicine Show ‘Raise a Ruckus’ at Stage AE
- Pop band One Direction is moving forward with tour stop at Heinz Field
- Neighborhood movie theaters use unconventional methods to draw customers
- Westmoreland mainstay Vallozzi’s brings Italian flavor to Downtown location
Review: Latest ‘M:I’ Cruises by on top talentBy Jocelyn Noveck
There’s some interesting talk in the cleverly satisfying script of “Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation” about the element of luck. As in: How much is luck a factor in the …
- Bubble soccer bounces its way into Western Pa. sports venues 12:20 p.m.
- First Draft: East End, Wigle gamble on flavor with barrel swap
- Fashion FYI: RAW: Pittsburgh showcase features over 40 artists
- Arsenal hard cider now served at Soergel Orchards in Franklin Park
- In Western Pennsylvania, cookie tables aren’t just for weddings
- Summer’s favorite caffeine kick in Pittsburgh comes from cold-brew coffee
Since 1969, Pine resident Fitzgerald’s garden has flourishedBy Doug Oster 12:20 p.m.
A brief, but powerful afternoon thunderstorm rolled through Susie Fitzgerald’s Pine garden, peppering her treasured hostas with fat raindrops. Thirty minutes later, the rain subsided and the sweet fragrance of …
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Passing the illegals buckBy Thomas Sowell
People who entered the United States illegally may be called “undocumented” in politically correct circles, but what is all too well documented is the utter irresponsibility of both political parties in dealing with immigration issues. Both Democrat and Republican administrations …