Pine-Richland topped defending …
Pine-Richland topped defending champion Central Catholic, 21-13, at Heinz Field on Friday to clinch the WPIAL Class AAAA title.See more
A crowd showed …
A crowd showed up for the lighting of Pittsburgh’s Christmas tree today, kicking off the city’s annual Light-Up Night.See more
A tire broke …
A tire broke off from a southbound vehicle, flew over the jersey barrier and struck an oncoming vehicle today in Shaler.See more
A shooting at …
A shooting at an unlicensed bar injured a half-dozen people and police are trying to piece together the events.See more
Cooking students at …
Cooking students at West Shamokin and Ford City high schools are continuing a tradition of making a joint Thanksgiving feast this year.See more
Tire comes off, hits oncoming car, kills 1 on Route 28By Bobby Kerlik 6:44 p.m.
A tire from a southbound vehicle on Route 28 caused a fatal accident Friday morning …
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Pine-Richland tops defending champ Central Catholic to capture WPIAL titleBy Tribune-Review 6:38 p.m.
Quarterback Ben DiNucci caught, ran and threw a touchdown and the Pine-Richland defense limited Central …
San Francisco window washer falls onto moving carBy The Associated Press 4:33 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO — A window washer fell screaming 11 stories from a bank building Friday …
- Panel on Benghazi debunks theories 6:13 p.m.
- Tire comes off, hits oncoming car, kills 1 on Route 28 6:44 p.m.
- School bus accident in Pleasant Hills sends 4 to the hospital 6:28 p.m.
- Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board suspends Downtown bankruptcy lawyer 4:30 p.m.
- Plum man killed in Saltsburg Road rollover 3:09 p.m.
City Christmas tree lighting kicks off Light-Up Night festivitiesBy Bob Bauder
Three-year-old A.J. Mendoza kicked off Pittsburgh’s annual Light-Up Night on Friday with an official lighting of the city’s Christmas tree fronting the City-County Building, Downtown, at midday. Mendoza, accompanied by …
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- Westmoreland County sheriff won’t alter staffing as cash runs out
- Homewood man faces drug charges after chase in Trafford
- Man taken to hospital from scene of Hempfield house fire
- Tentative Sewickley Twp. budget holds line on taxes
Higher property taxes in Westmoreland County ruled out despite $15M budget gapBy Rich Cholodofsky
Westmoreland County commissioners said Thursday that there won’t be a property tax increase next year despite a projected deficit of $15 million. Commissioners revealed a preliminary $340 million budget for 2015 that anticipates declines in revenue and increases in proposed …
- New York Fed chief defends supervision of banks before Senate panel 6:44 p.m.
- Boeing to expand operations in Fayette County 3:24 p.m.
- Westmoreland County’s Excela Health rethinks patient debts
- Highmark and UPMC feud over canceled physician contracts
- Ex-coal exec pleads not guilty in W.Va. mine blast
Pennsylvania unemployment rate drops to six-year lowBy Chris Fleisher 4:12 p.m.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate sank to a six-year low in October as employers added 12,600 jobs. The unemployment rate fell three-tenths of a percentage point last month to 5.4 percent, the Department of Labor & Industry reported Friday. Total nonfarm jobs …
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- Friends recall director Mike Nichols as ‘greatest of the great’
- Carnegie Science Center adds Buhl Planetarium to railroad village
- Stage Right Theatre Company’s ‘Fiddler’ all about family, on, off stage
- 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
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
- First Draft: Leave the wine corked and serve beer for Thanksgiving
- 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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The moral case for fossil fuelsBy Alex Epstein
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 …