The 35th annual …
The 35th annual WPXI Holiday Parade is Saturday, and attendees are encouraged to wear their black-and-gold garb.See more
On this day, …
On this day, we tell the stories of grateful Western Pennsylvanians whose lives took them worlds away but eventually led them home.See more
Pitt senior center …
Pitt senior center Artie Rowell has had more head coaches than he has fellow linemen, but he’s ending his career on the best team of his tenure.See more
Veteran linebacker James …
Veteran linebacker James Harrison, even at 37, is confident he’ll have the stamina to help the Steelers over the final six games of the season.See more
Chiropractic work for …
Chiropractic work for pets, especially dogs, is on the rise, though the practice isn’t without risks, critics say.See more
Fire destroys home in SpringfieldBy Tribune-Review 6:57 p.m.
A family who left their house less than two hours earlier returned to find it destroyed by fire …
Starkey: Artie Rowell’s incredible odysseyBy Joe Starkey
A Pitt official sat down with me in advance of Friday’s regular-season finale and mapped …
WXXP listeners, artists to recall ’80s indie-rock days at reunion showBy Rege Behe 9:08 p.m.
Thirty years ago, the Affordable Floors were regarded as one of the more inventive and …
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- Legislators, Wolf agree on one thing: Higher work zone fines 9:45 p.m.
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A bullet struck a cab driver in the back while he was driving through Hazelwood early Thursday. Around 1:40 a.m., the unidentified taxi driver was headed outbound on Second Avenue between Flowers Avenue and Tecumseh Street when a bullet blew …
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Four helicopters respond to Route 51 crash in RostraverBy Tribune-Review 9:00 p.m.
Four patients were flown from the scene of a one-vehicle accident along Route 51 in Rostraver Thursday evening. A Westmoreland County Emergency Management dispatch supervisor said the accident happened about 5 p.m. Rostraver Central fire Chief Vince Campbell said the …
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Nutritional supplement makers, led by GNC, want to create voluntary safety standardsBy Alex Nixon
Nutritional supplement makers, led by GNC Holdings Inc., want to establish voluntary safety standards that would provide their products with “a seal of approval” as the industry encounters increased scrutiny and the possibility of government regulation. Mike Archbold, CEO of …
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Annual Holiday Parade to celebrate all things PittsburghBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 9:08 p.m.
Pittsburgh Proud is the theme of the 35th annual WPXI Holiday Parade sponsored by Pittsburgh Public Schools (formerly called Celebrate the Season Parade). The festivities will begin at 9 a.m. …
- Plan ahead to force yourself — and bulbs — out of winter doldrums 9:08 p.m.
- Oster: Reflecting on growing season helps prepare for the next 9:09 p.m.
- Next year, plant several varieties of cucumbers to offset any losses 9:10 p.m.
- Design Direction: Living space should serve family lifestyle 9:10 p.m.
- Dormont’s Sugarplum House Tour spotlights 100- to 120-year-old homes
- Pet chiropractic more popular in Western Pa., but doubts linger
Phipps winter show glows with holiday warmthBy Kellie B. Gormly 9:11 p.m.
“Glow” is the buzzword officials are using to describe the new Winter Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. “Here we glow, Pittsburgh,” says Connie George, spokeswoman for the …
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- Answering the ISIS threat
How to defeat ISISBy Max Boot 9:31 p.m.
The “Islamic” identity of ISIS understandably has attracted a lot of notice. There is no question that it is a fanatical group with a twisted religious ideology at the core of its identity. And it is the appeal of that …