The Ruff Ride, …
The Ruff Ride, which honors fallen K-9 officers like Pittsburgh’s Rocco, began its trek to D.C. Wednesday on the North Shore.See more
It was another …
It was another frustrating night for the Pirates, as even Gerrit Cole couldn’t stop a losing streak that stretched to five games.See more
The sudden death …
The sudden death of Ligonier police Lt. Eric Eslary has been hard to process for fellow officers.See more
Steelers first-rounder Bud …
Steelers first-rounder Bud Dupree has a big fan in his former coach at Kentucky, who sees a good career ahead for the linebacker.See more
The Pittsburgh Fringe …
The Pittsburgh Fringe Festival, now in its second year, shines a spotlight on what’s new in the arts locally and nationally.See more
Fiery Baldwin-Whitehall meeting ends after board member suffers medical issueBy Stephanie Hacke 12:12 a.m.
A contentious Baldwin-Whitehall School Board meeting ended abruptly Wednesday night when a board member had a medical episode …
Pirates bow meekly to Reds, suffer 5th consecutive lossBy Travis Sawchik 12:10 a.m.
Gerrit Cole sat on the bench in the Pirates’ dugout, muttering and shaking his head …
Disney’s ‘Fantasia’ brings magic back to Heinz HallBy Mark Kanny
Since Heinz Hall was a movie theater before it became a concert hall, it’s fitting …
- Ethics report on Allegheny County councilman imminent 12:01 a.m.
- Ruff Ride honors fallen K-9 Rocco by starting trip to D.C. in Pittsburgh 12:24 a.m.
- Fiery Baldwin-Whitehall meeting ends after board member suffers medical issue 12:12 a.m.
- Controller releases report on Allegheny County finances
Allegheny County councilwoman Danko dies at 61By Aaron Aupperlee 12:09 a.m.
Barbara Daly Danko, an Allegheny County councilwoman who stuck to what she thought was right, even if it wasn’t popular, died Wednesday, her family said. Danko, 61, was surrounded by …
- Unity planners oppose 3rd Speedway plan 12:01 a.m.
- Southwest Greensburg plans for 125th anniversary 12:25 a.m.
- Food stamp application leads to arrest of Greensburg man in teen sex case 12:01 a.m.
- Whooping cough cases confirmed in 2 Hempfield schools
- Ligonier Township mourns K-9 officer killed in wrong-way crash
Ligonier remains a community in shock from death of officerBy Paul Peirce and Nicole Chynoweth 12:25 a.m.
Across a stunned community, flags flew at half-staff, commercial signs posted messages to late Ligonier Township police Lt. Eric Eslary, and purple and black bunting draped over his firefighting gear …
- Highmark to pay disputed claims filed by rival UPMC
- Real estate investors should be flipping over Pittsburgh, survey finds 12:18 a.m.
- Most welcome, but some question plans for Beaver County cracker plant
- Consol CEO defends retirees’ package 12:01 a.m.
- Big rigs may lead the way to autonomy, Daimler AG officials say 12:18 a.m.
EDMC to close quarter of its Art Institute campuses, but Pittsburgh’s sparedBy Chris Fleisher
Education Management Corp. is closing 15 Art Institutes, sparing the Pittsburgh campus, in the first major move by the troubled operator of for-profit colleges to slash expenses since its creditors …
- Carnegie Museum of Art, VIA come together to spell ‘party’ with ‘art’
- Disney’s ‘Fantasia’ brings magic back to Heinz Hall
- Review: Osteria 2350 in the Strip delivers great meals time after time
- Nominees announced for Pittsburgh CLO Kelly awards
- Art review: ‘Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape’ at Frick Art Museum
- DVD reviews: ‘Selma,’ ‘Mr. Turner’ and ‘Black Sea’
Pittsburgh Fringe Festival focuses on what’s new in theaterBy Michael Machosky
Postwar Edinburgh, Scotland, was a gloomy provincial capital known for banking and government, just beginning to recover from the devastation of World War II. That’s when the Edinburgh Fringe Festival …
- Archives detail Pittsburghers who sailed on the Lusitania
- The Wine Cellar: Wines made by women offer Mother’s Day inspiration
- KitchenWise: Let Mom have her scrambled eggs her way
- Modern grooms getting more involved in wedding decisions
Snacks N’At: Bread and Salt Bakery, BloomfieldBy Rachel Weaver
When Rick Easton opened his Bloomfield bakery, his goal was to stick to time-tested recipes and techniques — nothing flashy, nothing original. Yet, in doing so, Easton has created something …
- Killer cops or malicious prosecutor?
- Want more political parties? Look at Britain first
- Wolf & unions: Leave home care workers alone
- Soaking the ‘rich’ won’t fix Social Security
- Obama’s Baltimore babble
Race, politics & liesBy Thomas Sowell
Among the painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri — …