Columnist Joe Starkey …
Columnist Joe Starkey says the immediate aftermath isn’t the time to judge the Pirates’ trade of Travis Snider or the Penguins dealing for Maxim Lapierre.See more
Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob …
Pennsylvania Treasurer Rob McCord announced his resignation Thursday in order to return to the private sector.See more
Experts say advertisers …
Experts say advertisers should invest in emotional appeals to their customers in getting the most bang for their buck with Super Bowl ads.See more
The money that …
The money that police departments in Pa. and across the U.S. acquire through seizures could dry up because of a change in federal rules.See more
The City Theatre …
The City Theatre Company’s production of “Mr. Joy” explores the “issues of race and class that America has yet to solve.”See more
2 arrested in Wilkinsburg shootingBy Matthew Santoni 1:03 p.m.
Allegheny County Police arrested two men Wednesday night and charged them with the robbery and murder of another …
Starkey: What are Penguins, Pirates up to?By Joe Starkey 1:10 p.m.
The worst time to judge a trade is the immediate aftermath as reaction normally runs …
Uber gains PUC approval to operate in most of Pa. for 2 yearsBy Bobby Kerlik 1:06 p.m.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission gave the green light Thursday to allow Uber to operate ride-sharing services across …
- Uber gains PUC approval to operate in most of Pa. for 2 years 1:06 p.m.
- Propel Braddock Heights sends students home because of threat on first day back after gun incident 12:06 p.m.
- 2 arrested in Wilkinsburg shooting 1:03 p.m.
- Man accused of starting Homestead fire not competent to stand trial, psychiatrist says 12:31 p.m.
Wintry mix of rain, freezing rain and snow bearing down on Pittsburgh areaBy Wpxi 11:18 a.m.
PITTSBURGH — A wintry mix of rain, freezing rain and snow is possible throughout much of the Pittsburgh area Thursday. Severe Weather Team meteorologist Scott Harbaugh said the precipitation seems …
- Beer spills onto Route 22 when delivery truck collides with coal truck 1:04 p.m.
- IRS scam snares another Westmoreland County resident
- Rustic Ridge Mine permit request criticized 10:27 a.m.
- WCCC officials vow to erase $2.2M deficit
- Krieger to seek Westmoreland County Common Pleas judgeship
3 in Westmoreland charged in prescription narcotics operationBy Tribune-Review 1:06 p.m.
The Attorney General’s Office has filed charges against three Westmoreland County residents who allegedly diverted thousands of prescription oxycodone and other narcotic pills over a one-year period, The estimated street value of the is at least $360,000, according to Attorney …
- Kennametal plans plant closings, job cuts; fallout from oil and gas decline 12:09 p.m.
- Super Bowl ads win by playing to viewers’ emotions, experts say
- Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf to sign order barring drilling of new oil, gas wells in state forests, parks
- Pipeline companies weather downturn in prices of natural gas, oil
- U.S. Steel maps out greater efficiency for 2015
BNY Mellon is putting iconic Citizens Bank Tower up for saleBy Chris Fleisher 10:51 a.m.
The Citizens Bank Tower is going on the market as the building’s owner, Bank of New York Mellon, scales back its real estate footprint to cut costs and capitalize on a hot market for Downtown office space in Pittsburgh. The …
- New York City-based band Antibalas not afraid to be a step, or Afrobeat, ahead
- Pittsburgh band The Love Letters a throwback to poppier age
- Skillet hopes Christian music tour Winter Jam fans the flames of hope
- Memorial reading in Bloomfield to honor award-winning poet Kinnell
- Dinette focuses on fresh, tasty ingredients for their pies, some grown right on the roof
- DVD reviews: ‘The Judge,’ ‘Fury’ and ‘The Book of Life’
City Theatre production of ‘Mr. Joy’ explores race, classBy Alice T. Carter
Daniel Beaty returns to City Theatre with the world premiere of his new play, “Mr. Joy.” City Theatre audiences know the author, singer, writer and composer for his work there …
- Chefs show their roots in Pittsburgh’s Food Pantry Brunch Challenge
- KitchenWise: Clams are so easy to cook, they tell you when they’re done
- The Wine Cellar: Festive libations celebrate Super Bowl regions
- Mushrooms are rich in nutrients and meaty flavor
Steelers will ‘Party With a Purpose’ at Super Bowl festivities in PhoenixBy Candy Williams
Chef Anthony Zallo is hoping his Pennsylvania Elk Meatballs will win over Steelers Nation West this weekend in Phoenix. He will be competing in the Taste of the NFL, one …
- The Persians are coming!
- Pittsburgh schools that work
- State of the Union gives false hope to entry-level employees
- Adding more fuel to racial fire
- Islam has been hijacked by Wahhabism
30 days’ notice is not enough!By Michael Sobol
President Obama recently proposed a law requiring that companies inform customers within 30 days when personal information, such as Social Security numbers, is exposed. Forty-seven states have data breach notification laws, which vary widely. Pennsylvania requires that companies notify customers …