Even as Teva …
Even as Teva attempts a takeover, the drugmaker with headquarters in Cecil has offered $31.2 billion for rival Perrigo.See more
Robert McDonald, chief …
Robert McDonald, chief of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, vowed Friday to fix systemic failures at the beleaguered agency.See more
Pitt officially named …
Pitt officially named Scott Barnes as its new athletic director Friday, replacing Steve Pederson, who was fired Dec. 17.See more
Nearly 150,000 Catholics …
Nearly 150,000 Catholics in Western Pa. have a new spiritual leader, as the Rev. Edward Malesic was named bishop in Greensburg.See more
Get over it …
Get over it already — women are brewing beer and it’s just as tasty as what the guys are concocting, writes Chris Togneri.See more
Police arrest 2 men after shots fired in Perry SouthBy Michael Hasch 8:12 p.m.
Police responding to a report of shots fired Friday morning in Pittsburgh’s Perry South neighborhood arrested two men …
Pitt officially introduces Scott Barnes as athletic directorBy Jerry DiPaola 8:09 p.m.
Pitt officially named Scott Barnes as its new athletic director Friday. Barnes, who has been …
Dennis Bowman ends his weather careerBy George Guido
“And that completes, for me, 38 years of school visits.” Those were the words of …
- First Amendment experts decry Plum authorities’ warning to students 8:16 p.m.
- Police arrest 2 men after shots fired in Perry South 8:12 p.m.
- Flaherty spends $60K on TV ads in controller race 7:09 p.m.
- Moon businessman to be sentenced in August for bilking more than 130 people 7:09 p.m.
Upper St. Clair lawyer pleads guilty to dealing in crackBy Brian Bowling 5:06 p.m.
An investigation into a Hill District heroin ring turned up an Upper St. Clair lawyer dealing in crack, a federal prosecutor said Friday. The lawyer, Guy Amatangelo, 42, pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute crack and possession of a firearm …
- Police seek public help with East Huntingdon store thefts
- 2 charged with copper theft from Greensburg house
- Greensburg YMCA begins long-awaited porch renovation job
- Seton Hill student tells how Pa. Gov. Wolf’s tax plan will hurt her
- Hempfield bicyclist who brought rock, knives into court office charged
Harrisburg priest named bishop of Greensburg dioceseBy Debra Erdley 8:15 p.m.
Reality was still setting in for the Rev. Edward Malesic, bishop-elect of the Diocese of Greensburg, as he met Friday morning with representatives of his new flock at the Bishop …
- GetGo to hire 300 workers
- Kings Family Restaurants sold to California firm 7:42 p.m.
- DeVry shift to online classes prompts closing of Pittsburgh campus 7:35 p.m.
- Oil at $65 could free 500,000 barrels from shale ‘fracklog’
- Profit down at First Niagara
Mylan raises bid for fellow drugmaker; Perrigo says ‘no’By Alex Nixon 7:10 p.m.
Mylan NV launched a hostile takeover bid for fellow generic drug maker Perrigo Co., telling the company’s stockholders Friday it will pay them $31.2 billion if they tender their shares. …
- FutureFest at Phipps Conservatory aims to make green mainstream
- Actor Alan Alda to give keynote address at CMU commencement
- ‘Glee’s’ Ushkowitz to star in Pittsburgh CLO’s ‘Wedding Singer’
- Pittsburgh Musical Theater going to the movies for 2015-16 season
- Gallery Crawl exhibits Pittsburgh’s diverse creative scene
- Pittsburgh Musical Theater puts on 'Peter Pan' at the Byham Theater
Westmoreland Museum of American Art steps into online dance contestBy Cynthia Bombach Helzel
Museums have a reputation as stuffy places populated by people who are too serious to cut loose and have a little fun. The staff of Westmoreland Museum of American Art …
- First Draft: Women brewers thrive among big men with big beards
- Fashion FYI: Just Between Friends consignment sale set in Monroeville
- Tuskegee Airmen fighter plane to be on display at Beaver County Airport
- Deer Lakes students plan brunch to fund class simulators
Assemble in Garfield takes hands-on approach to learningBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Twelve-year-old Ashanti Anderson likes to make things. “I love to see something come to life as I imagined and envisioned it to be and not how someone told me it …
- World Bank projects are bad news for indigenous people
- Flunking civics isn’t optional
- Obama’s GOP abettors
- Conservative support for gay marriage is growing
- UPMC is the target of nihilistic envy
Finding ways to rememberBy Charles C. Haynes
In another of his patented truth-to-power moments, Pope Francis triggered international debate last week by having the temerity to call genocide “genocide.” Speaking at Sunday Mass on April 12, the pontiff described the killing of 1.5 million Armenians by Turks …