More than 100,000 …
More than 100,000 people flocked to Downtown and the North Shore for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta’s Fourth of July celebration Saturday.See more
Jeff Locke turned …
Jeff Locke turned in the finest outing of his career Saturday, and the Pirates made it hold up for a 1-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians.See more
Summerfest offers a …
Summerfest offers a flurry of events over its nearly monthlong run, including many stage productions and concerts designed for wide appeal.See more
Many teams throw …
Many teams throw fastballs inside off the plate to elite hitters. But the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen also is a retaliation target.See more
It may just …
It may just be a matter of time before Seneca Valley and University of Pittsburgh grad Kevan Smith finds himself playing major league baseball.See more
Grandmother of boy dropped at Uniontown Hospital says he’s in ICUBy Stacey Federoff 9:33 p.m.
A boy who was a day old when a nurse accidentally dropped him at Uniontown Hospital is in …
McCutchen, Pirates hitters increasingly in crosshairsBy Travis Sawchik 9:15 p.m.
In the Pirates clubhouse last Sunday, a large square bandage adhered to Andrew McCutchen’s left …
A soccer game that didn’t count mattered mostBy Chris Togneri 8:32 p.m.
This is a story about a game that didn’t count, but meant everything. It’s a …
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No boat races, so regatta-goers find something else to doBy Natasha Lindstrom 10:42 p.m.
More than 100,000 people flocked to Downtown and the North Shore for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta’s Fourth of July celebration Saturday despite the last-minute cancellation of the boat …
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Court attire can have impact, Allegheny, Westmoreland public defenders sayBy Adam Brandolph 7:31 p.m.
When he was acquitted on robbery charges in November, Christopher Clinton not only returned the clothes he wore at trial, but had them dry cleaned. Clinton, 39, of the North …
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Pittsburgh’s tech startup activity rates last of 40 metro areas in reportBy Chris Fleisher 9:00 p.m.
Josh Dziabiak is a Pittsburgh entrepreneur. Born and raised in Beaver County, he started his first company, MediaCatch, when he was a teenager, living at home, and made his first …
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Opera Theater’s Summerfest ranges from classics to world premiereBy Mark Kanny
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh’s reinvention of itself as a summer festival in 2011 brought new dimensions to the city’s musical life. Now, classical music’s off-season has been reduced to August. …
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Natrona Heights man’s work helps lure purple martins back to Harrison Hills ParkBy Debbie Black
All the time and dedication put in over the past several decades finally paid off for Natrona Heights resident Ken Kostka, who enticed a blue-black swallow species wiped out during …
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The Supreme Court’s bad ObamaCare callBy David B. Rivkin Jr. & Elizabeth Price Foley 9:00 p.m.
In King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court ruled that the Affordable Care Act permits individuals who purchase insurance on the federal exchange to receive taxpayer subsidies. Though King pleases ObamaCare’s …