Steelers quarterback Ben …
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s rehab is on schedule, but that doesn’t mean he will be back for the Oct. 25 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.See more
A sales tax …
A sales tax hike vanished from Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest spending plan, but a half-percent increase in the income tax replaced it.See more
Scores of people …
Scores of people gathered as Pirates fans rallied in the Allegheny County Courthouse for Wednesday’s wild-card showdown with the Cubs.See more
Two separate accidents …
Two separate accidents spilled more than 100 gallons of substances onto Allegheny County roads this morning.See more
After missing most …
After missing most of last season with blood clots, the Pens’ veteran forward will miss at least a month with an unrelated injury.See more
State Supreme Court concludes hearing on UPMC-Highmark Medicare caseBy Wes Venteicher 3:21 p.m.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court justices gave no indication at a Tuesday hearing of whether they would settle a Medicare …
Steelers QB Roethlisberger not targeting Oct. 25 returnBy Mark Kaboly 3:31 p.m.
Ben Roethlisberger’s rehab is going well and is on schedule, but that doesn’t mean the …
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Philadelphia murder suspect nabbed in BraddockBy Megan Guza 4:01 p.m.
Authorities on Monday tracked a Philadelphia man wanted for murder to an apartment in Braddock, where he was …
- Philadelphia murder suspect nabbed in Braddock 4:01 p.m.
- Pittsburgh council to consider extending business district tax 3:55 p.m.
- VA finds Legionella bacteria in 2 staff sinks at O’Hara campus
- Road crews are dealing with oil and sealant spills on roadways 3:48 p.m.
Fans out in force to rally for beloved BucsBy Bob Bauder 2:24 p.m.
Scores of people screaming “Let’s Go Bucs” were audible above the traffic din on Pittsburgh’s Grant Street Tuesday as Pirates fans rallied in the Allegheny County Courthouse for Wednesday’s wild-card …
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- Officials criticize West Newton code enforcement officer
- East Deer man chastised by Westmoreland judge, paroled, released
- Greensburg mayor race features write-in hopeful vs. businessman
- Scaife estate overpaid state taxes by $10M, return filed Monday states
Latrobe infant found in filth, police sayBy Renatta Signorini
An infant living in a Latrobe apartment littered with dog feces and other trash was taken to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh for treatment of a severe diaper rash on Sunday, according to police. The tenants, Cody Michael Ghrist, 22, and …
- ZeroFossil Energy Outfitters powers up with renewable sources
- Alcoa lands $1B airplane fastener contract from Airbus
- Calgon Carbon inks deals for mercury scrubbing at 9 power plants
- Audit shows some items cost more at Pittsburgh airport’s Airmall
- ATM fees soar as cash loses cachet
Eat’n Park sells Cura division that serves hospitals and senior livingBy Chris Fleisher 3:13 p.m.
Eat’n Park Hospitality Group sold its division that provides dining services to hospitals and senior living facilities as it looks to focus more attention on its restaurants. Charlotte, N.C.-based TrustHouse Services Group acquired Cura Hospitality, a division of Homestead-based Eat’n …
- Western Pa. poets Matcho, Newman blend biography, fiction in work
- Mockumentaries like ‘The Muppets’ take viewers behind the curtain
- Manor festival will help animal shelters, rescues
- Hartwood Fest to benefit restoration project
Review: Pittsburgh CLO’s Energetic ‘Altar Boyz’ supplies good timeBy Alice T. Carter
There’s no denying that “Altar Boyz,” is a silly piece of musical fluff. But it’s so polished, entertaining and neatly performed you may not care. Its slim premise, explained at …
- Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC’s 125th anniversary bash raises stunning $11.9 million
- Scotch & Chocolate proves a treat for WearWoof resale boutique in Ross
- Latrobe Art Center benefit features auction items donated by the Palmers
- Cook Township estate provides picturesque setting for blessing of Rolling Rock Hunt.
Three Rivers Mothers’ Milk Bank will get breast milk to babies in needBy Ben Schmitt
For some babies, human breast milk is medicine. Pittsburgh is about to become home to a breast-milk bank equipped with a pasteurization and bottling laboratory, freezers and a classroom. The …
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The push for Common CoreBy Robert Holland
Federal officials coerced states into adopting national Common Core standards and testing. Period. The evidence is compelling. In an essay for the fall issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review, the director of the manipulative scheme known as Race to the …