A West Homestead …
A West Homestead man was taken into custody after barricading himself inside a Westmoreland County apartment with a woman this morning.See more
Aldi will reopen …
Aldi will reopen the shuttered Bottom Dollar grocery store in Garfield as one of its own markets after residents protested the loss.See more
The IUP Crimson …
The IUP Crimson Hawks will play for a title after overcoming a second-half deficit in the DII semifinals Thursday night.See more
Saudi Arabia-led attacks …
Saudi Arabia-led attacks on Iran-backed Yemeni rebels will escalate a long-running war between competing regional spheres of influence, experts say.See more
In unrelated cases, …
In unrelated cases, the bodies of two Pittsburgh men who have been missing for months have been found in the Ohio River in West Virginia.See more
Beaver County woman guilty in niece’s shootingBy Bill Vidonic 5:53 p.m.
A Beaver County jury on Friday convicted a woman of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting …
Penguins’ protracted slump continues with 5-2 loss at CarolinaBy Jason Mackey
RALEIGH, N.C. — Rob Scuderi blamed himself for an own-zone turnover that led to the …
First trailer for Pittsburgh-shot ‘Southpaw’ hits the InternetBy Tribune-Review
The trailer for the latest major studio movie with Pittsburgh roots packs a serious punch. …
- Port Authority secures free North Shore light-rail service 6:06 p.m.
- Lawrence County father, son charged with running illegal video gambling machines 3:18 p.m.
- West Homestead man taken into custody after 8-hour standoff in Hempfield 5:40 p.m.
- Man to stand trial in July 4 shooting death
Jury convicts East Hills man in ‘party bus’ shootingBy Adam Brandolph 3:30 p.m.
An Allegheny County jury found an East Hills man guilty of third-degree murder Friday for killing a man outside a party bus in Sheraden. The jury of nine women and three men also found James Lawrence, 22, guilty of carrying …
- Norwin High School health teacher charged with selling heroin 5:57 p.m.
- Freshman arrested in Burrell High School bomb threat 4:20 p.m.
- State police seek info on police impersonator in Export 3:24 p.m.
- Plagued by bomb threats, Yough offering $1,000 reward 5:50 p.m.
- Fracking foes pack zoning discussion in Ligonier Township
West Homestead man taken into custody after 8-hour standoff in HempfieldBy Stacey Federoff and Paul Peirce 5:40 p.m.
A man was taken into custody Friday afternoon, nearly eight hours after he barricaded himself inside a Westmoreland County apartment with a woman when Allegheny County Sheriff deputies attempted to …
- Michigan man takes Heinz to court over Dip & Squeeze ketchup packet
- Stop foreign dumping, U.S. Steel CEO Longhi tells Congress
- Federal government eyes regulation of payday lending
- Pa. Gas & Electric agrees to $6.8 million settlement of polar vortex claims
- Federal Trade Commission cracks down on crooked vehicle sales
Pittsburgh angles to keep Heinz headquarters in mergerBy Alex Nixon and Chris Fleisher
A promise to keep headquarters in two cities when H.J. Heinz and Kraft Foods combine is seemingly out of sync with 3G Capital’s reputation for being lean and efficient. And …
- Barry Manilow plays Pittsburgh ‘one last time’
- First trailer for Pittsburgh-shot ‘Southpaw’ hits the Internet
- Review: ‘Wild Tales’ sinks its teeth into 6 tales of revenge
- Review: A teenage girl’s nightmare realized in ‘It Follows’
- 3 venues making Dormont the place to be for live music
- Pittsburgh native tapped as Carnegie International curator
Pittsburgh comic Billy Gardell steps up his game with Monopoly host gigBy Matt Wohlfarth 5:59 p.m.
Don’t mind Pittsburgh comedian Billy Gardell if he feels like he just landed on Free Parking and won the cash in the middle of the Monopoly board. First, he lands …
- It’s time to think about planting cool-season vegetables 6:03 p.m.
- Spring check-up: Gingham is this season’s fashion favorite
- First Draft: Beer lovers at CoStar take the time to brew it right
- Farm to Table Conference to offer tips on how to ‘Cook at Home’
- Celebrity Chef Tour plans dinner stop in Pittsburgh
- Cookbook author Joan Nathan delves into history of Jewish food
- KitchenWise: This Easter, master perfectly creamy scalloped potatoes
Homework: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette reopensBy Tribune-Review 6:07 p.m.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette will reopen to the public on a permanent basis on April 1. The garden, which is taking shape from 460 acres of abandoned …
- Death wishes & Obama’s hope
- Obama policies favor illegal aliens over Americans
- NGOs: Agents of subversion?
- Why the budget matters
- Straining U.S.-Israel ties
What’s gone wrong with Democracy?By Walter Williams
The Economist magazine recently published “What’s gone wrong with Democracy ... and what can be done to revive it?” The suggestion is that democracy is some kind of ideal for organizing human conduct. That’s a popular misconception. The ideal way …