President Obama has …
President Obama has given the country’s top honor in technology and innovation to Mary Shaw, a Carnegie Mellon University computer scientist.See more
A Penn Hills …
A Penn Hills woman is collecting donations to fill holiday stockings for soldiers posted overseas this year.See more
Janis Ian, one …
Janis Ian, one of America’s premier singer-songwriters for nearly half a century, performs Saturday in Oakland.See more
With their “inspirational …
With their “inspirational leader” Pascal Dupuis sidelined with serious health issues, the Penguins have to find a way to replace him on and off the ice.See more
Mobile clinics are …
Mobile clinics are bringing checkups to Western Pennsylvania communities that are short on insurance and providers.See more
Lawrence County jail guards lose jobs after being charged with assaulting inmateBy Tribune-Review 8:34 p.m.
A Lawrence County detective charged two county corrections officers with assaulting an inmate. The county Prison Board Wednesday …
The WPIAL’s Top 10 football champions of all timeBy Staff Reports 8:52 p.m.
To recognize 100 years of WPIAL football championships, the Tribune-Review selected what it and many …
Most heavy drinkers aren’t alcoholics, CDC determines, reversing long-held beliefBy Reuters 7:30 p.m.
ATLANTA — Contrary to popular opinion, only 10 percent of American adults who drink too much are alcoholics, …
- E-cigarettes cut cravings, study finds 7:30 p.m.
- District judge who performed state’s first same-sex wedding looks higher 6:24 p.m.
- CMU scientist receives top tech honor from White House 8:40 p.m.
- No eagle cam for Harmar next year but 2 for Hays 9:11 p.m.
- Suspects charged with attempted homicide in attack on Bloomfield pastor 6:12 p.m.
Pittsburgh to offer free parking during holiday seasonBy Bob Bauder 8:55 p.m.
Pittsburgh will offer free parking at publicly owned facilities to boost business during the year’s busiest two shopping days — Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority’s board of directors Thursday unanimously voted to waive fees at authority-owned …
- Homewood man faces drug charges after chase in Trafford 8:13 p.m.
- Students learn risks of digital lives at middle school presentation in Hempfield
- Westmoreland DA wants killer Stahl to pay wife’s relatives
- Former SCI Greensburg headed for auction block
- Unity municipal authority blames rate hike on past actions
Owner charged after emaciated dog found by hunter in Mt. Pleasant Twp.By Tribune-Review
An emaciated dog discovered by a hunter in woods in Westmoreland County a month ago is recovering at the Action for Animals Humane Society while its former owner faces criminal …
- Highmark and UPMC feud over canceled physician contracts 9:02 p.m.
- Ex-coal exec pleads not guilty in W.Va. mine blast
- Former FBI director Mueller: Home hacks called on par with globals
- Former Consol official pleads guilty to siphoning $440K in gas royalties
- Showdown looms between federal regulators, Japanese air bag maker Takata
Small businesses’ dilemma: Keep costly health care coverage or lose talented workersBy Alex Nixon
Regina Weinhardt briefly considered dropping health coverage for the employees of her family-owned plumbing business when she learned recently that her premiums were expected to jump 80 percent. She decided against it, because the Delaware County company she runs, Joseph …
- Review: ‘Mockingjay — Part 1’ a glum setup for ‘Hunger Games’ finale 9:06 p.m.
- Friends recall director Mike Nichols as ‘greatest of the great’ 8:55 p.m.
- Carnegie Science Center adds legendary Buhl Planetarium to railroad village 9:05 p.m.
- Stage Right Theatre Company’s ‘Fiddler’ all about family, on, off stage 9:07 p.m.
- Pittsburgh kicks off the holidays with Light Up Night
- Starting with Ferguson, Pittsburgh gets cornucopia of comedy names this week
Pittsburgh fans pay tribute to ‘Mockingjay Part 1’By Rachel Weaver 9:06 p.m.
The newest installment of “The Hunger Games” trilogy takes audiences out of the arena to dig deeper into the emotions driving the characters as they navigate the horrors of war. …
- Fashion FYI: Designer Tory Burch turns into author 9:08 p.m.
- First Draft: Leave the wine corked and serve beer for Thanksgiving 9:09 p.m.
- Graffiti-style art creates image for XFactory businesses in Point Breeze
- Pittsburgh chef’s skills face test at Villeroy & Boch Culinary World Cup
Moon woman awarded with Pennsylvania honor for gardenBy Sandra Fischione Donovan
Ellen Northy has been gardening for 27 years, since she and her husband, Bill, moved to Moon. A native of Arizona, Northy said she loved the vegetation in Western Pennsylvania …
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- Old thinking on old nukes
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- Time to pass Employee Rights Act
The moral case for fossil fuelsBy Alex Epstein 8:55 p.m.
Is it good that Pennsylvania generates 61 percent of its electricity from fossil fuels? I’d wager that most of you would say no. So would many of the politicians and bureaucrats directing America’s energy policy. Earlier this month, President Obama …