Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid …
Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa’s first democratically elected president and a symbol of reconciliation to many around the world, has died.See more
A documentary telling the …
A documentary telling the story of controversial former Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis is entered in the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.See more
A national campaign to …
A national campaign to raise the wages of fast-food workers inspired protesters Downtown on Thursday morning.See more
City Theatre’s new production …
City Theatre’s new production is an emotional and comedic look at a pair of pianists finding their place in the world.See more
Ex-Steeler and current Dolphin …
Ex-Steeler and current Dolphin Mike Wallace was effusive with praise for his former employer, save some criticism for Todd Haley.See more
Pedestrians hit near hot dog shop in Beaver CountyBy Michael Hasch 8:30 p.m.
Three pedestrians were hit by a vehicle Thursday evening in Beaver County, emergency dispatchers said. The incident occurred …
Bell gets respect from teammates, foes alikeBy Alan Robinson 9:01 p.m.
The most impressive of Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell’s statistics aren’t his yards gained, passes …
- Pitt’s Dixon discusses local signees 9:02 p.m.
Giant Eagle combines ‘best of both worlds’By Matthew Santoni
Giant Eagle will open its sit-down restaurant, upscale Market District grocery and Giant Eagle Express/GetGo …
- Local protesters strike fast-food places, demand higher minimum wage 8:56 p.m.
- Ravenstahl opposes Peduto’s early retirement plan 8:57 p.m.
- Fights in gym at Perry Traditional Academy injure student 8:57 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Foundation’s Wishbook features 48 nonprofits
Deb Gross to be sworn in to fill vacant Pittsburgh City Council seatBy Tribune-Review 6:12 p.m.
Highland Park resident Deb Gross will be sworn in on Friday to fill a vacant Pittsburgh City Council District 7 seat. Gross, 47, won a special election to serve two years remaining on former Councilman Patrick Dowd’s term. Dowd resigned …
- Scrapbooking class set at Alverton church 8:55 p.m.
- Commissioners OK reassessment option 7:45 p.m.
- Norwin group accepts funding requests
- Scottdale children invited to decorate the town’s Christmas tree
- Scottdale community celebrates the Christmas season
3 accomplices to plead guilty to murder, torture of Mt. Pleasant womanBy Rich Cholodofsky
Amber Meidinger could be paroled from prison before her 60th birthday under terms of a plea bargain finalized Wednesday for her role in the torture slaying of a mentally challenged …
- Positive reports add to investor fears the Fed is nearing end of its stimulus 8:56 p.m.
- Figures rise on growth 8:56 p.m.
- Federal regulator OKs Peoples Gas’ acquisition of Equitable Gas 8:56 p.m.
- Pennsylvania, other states considering bids to host Boeing 777X production 8:56 p.m.
- Area jobless rate slips on decline in workforce 8:56 p.m.
Local protesters strike fast-food places, demand higher minimum wageBy Aaron Aupperlee 8:56 p.m.
Onjilea Turner joined about 20 fellow fast-food workers outside the North Side McDonald’s where she works to urge her bosses to more than double her pay. “Every day is struggle …
- Ventriloquist, comic Dunham had no ‘plan B’
- Review: James Gallery collection reveals complex works painted with wax
- ‘O Starry Night:’ Petersen ready for big pop event
- Pittsburgh CLO plays ‘Christmas Carol’ for 22nd year
- Eat, skate like in the ’70s at Neville Roller Drome
- Film about former Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis in prestigious festival
First Night Pittsburgh brings more chills, thrills with ice labyrinthBy Kellie B. Gormly
Highmark First Night Pittsburgh — the city’s longtime New Year’s Eve celebration — will bring a new, giant ice labyrinth to Downtown, along with an iQ Kids dance party, a …
- Selections from Argentina are perfect for holiday gatherings
- Healthy Eating: Pair shrimp, sausage for easy holiday party food
- Nothing beats pancakes on a cold, snowy day
- Dinner in Minutes: Thanksgiving leftovers make delicious chili
In 1 session, Rachael Ray can make up to seven mealsBy Candy Williams
If anyone needs a game plan for making home-cooked meals, it’s popular TV personality, chef and cookbook author Rachael Ray. With a crazy-busy schedule that revolves around a nationally syndicated …
- Dangers of mass immigration 8:55 p.m.
- Blacks & Obama
- Has the Asian tiger gone tiger?
- Freedom eludes Cubans
- What’s up with China?
Our perilous agreement with IranBy Sean Parnell 8:55 p.m.
Last month, the American people awoke to a far more dangerous world thanks to President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry. A deal trumpeted as a major step forward in U.S.-Iranian relations, celebrated as a means to reduce the …