Philly D.A. Seth …
Philly D.A. Seth Williams (right) says he won’t fire former state prosecutor Frank Fina (left) and two others on an email chain with offensive images.See more
“There’s no fashion …
“There’s no fashion police when it comes to sizing,” says Pat Hill, a North Huntingdon native working in New York City as a fit model.See more
Shortly after game …
Shortly after game officials proposed increasing fees for a number hunting licenses, it appears the cost of a fishing license could be on the rise, too.See more
Angelo Giorno, the …
Angelo Giorno, the 4-year-old boy who captivated the region following an intestinal transplant in July, has died.See more
Pittsburgh Public Schools …
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane will step down next summer after nearly six years as the district’s leader.See more
Police seek leads in shooting of teen in East LibertyBy Michael Hasch 11:01 p.m.
Destiny Watts is only 13, but says she has seen or been touched by more …
With most starters resting, Steelers turn in lackluster loss at HeinzBy Mark Kaboly
The Steelers are on to New England. Actually, in Mike Tomlin’s eyes, the Steelers were …
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- Rossi: Baseball needs a new schedule 10:54 p.m.
Government offices, courts closed on Labor DayBy Tribune-Review 11:06 p.m.
Holiday closings Federal, state, county and city offices and courts are closed Monday in observance of Labor Day. …
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- Hungry bears push into Denver area 11:32 p.m.
- Government offices, courts closed on Labor Day 11:06 p.m.
- Megyn Kelly’s forte not Pa. Megan’s 10:42 p.m.
- State lawmaker proposes increasing cost of state fishing licenses 11:10 p.m.
- Pittsburgh schools chief Lane stepping down next summer 10:10 p.m.
Marine from Mt. Oliver honored for fire rescueBy Rick Wills 10:42 p.m.
A raging fire on Ormsby Street in Mt. Oliver destroyed six homes, heavily damaged five others and displaced more than 50 people in June 2014. Loretta Marburger, 73, says the …
- Judge OKs testimony of former Honduran orphan in priest abuse case 11:12 p.m.
- 4-year-old transplant recipient Angelo Giorno dies, hospital says 11:10 p.m.
- Youngwood teenager to be tried in juvenile court in stabbing case 11:10 p.m.
- Greensburg Salem football game celebrates late coach Williams, historian Kaufman 11:09 p.m.
- Four Kiski Area students involved in bus accident ‘fine’ 11:12 p.m.
Yukon pet shelter, ex-leader battle over electricity shutoffBy Joe Napsha 11:09 p.m.
The long and bitter battle between a Yukon animal shelter and one of its founders entered a new chapter when electrical service was shut off to the kennel and the …
- Jobs report fails to provide clarity to investors 9:26 p.m.
- U.S. adds 173,000 jobs in August, dropping unemployment rate to 5.1 percent 10:33 p.m.
- Trimmer Pilot belies more room, power 9:07 p.m.
- Highmark Health reports $171M operating loss for 1st half of year
- Fifth Third Bank selling Pittsburgh branches to First National
Alcoa putting $60M into Upper Burrell tech center expansionBy Chris Fleisher
Alcoa Inc.’s $60 million investment to expand its research center in Upper Burrell underscores the potential the company believes 3-D printing holds for manufacturing parts for the aerospace and automotive …
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- Review: ‘Before We Go’ has a real feel
- Fancy some English refinement in Pittsburgh? Britsburgh a smashing answer
- Free concerts highlight Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival at Heinz Field
- With good cause, Rusted Root happy to return to Hartwood Acres
Event allows readers to connect with romance writersBy Rege Behe
No matter the literary merits of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the novel’s impact is undeniable. The salacious E.L. James book is the equivalent of a literary gateway drug, opening up …
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- Kids and alcohol: Time for the talk?
- Spreading the wealth: Gardeners share excitement of saving, sharing seeds
- Oakdale family keeps tomato going for generations
- House Hunting: Highland Park home gets high-end treatment
- SUP3Rivers SouthSide festival floats idea of stand-up paddleboarding
Variations in women’s clothing sizes cause frustrationBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Edna Galioto took one look at the jackets she ordered and knew she had to send them back. “The small was so small it wouldn’t fit me or my customers …
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Cruz gaining groundBy Byron York 8:57 p.m.
Ted Cruz got a big boost in Iowa recently when the influential social conservative activist and radio host Steve Deace endorsed him. To call it a sought-after endorsement would be an understatement. Deace says prospective 2016 GOP campaigns began contacting …