Chlorine treatments meant …
Chlorine treatments meant to stop Legionnaires’ disease are eating away metal pipes across the VA Pittsburgh’s plumbing system.See more
An NFL investigation …
An NFL investigation released Wednesday said that New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship game.See more
The Pittsburgh Fringe …
The Pittsburgh Fringe Festival, now in its second year, shines a spotlight on what’s new in the arts locally and nationally.See more
A Fayette County …
A Fayette County man has gone big in his pursuit of an esoteric hobby — raising miniature horses.See more
Lenape Technical students …
Lenape Technical students turned on-the-job training into a good deed by working on the personal cars of first responders.See more
Butler Area board approves consolidation; 5 elementary schools to closeBy Rick Wills 9:27 p.m.
Despite months of protests and a school board campaign filled with opponents of school consolidation, Butler Area School …
Rossi: Not too early to go with KangBy Rob Rossi
Even while granting that a baseball club cannot be judged, let alone dismissed, as a …
- Gorman: Last hero of a lost rivalry 9:19 p.m.
Disney’s ‘Fantasia’ brings magic back to Heinz HallBy Mark Kanny 9:27 p.m.
Since Heinz Hall was a movie theater before it became a concert hall, it’s fitting …
- Highmark to pay disputed claims filed by rival UPMC 7:24 p.m.
- Witness: Driver who caused fatal Route 28 accident ‘came out of nowhere’ 9:34 p.m.
- Uber, Pennsylvania regulators debate proposed $19 million fine in Pittsburgh 9:27 p.m.
- Pittsburgh council favors security training bill, building owners threaten lawsuit 9:03 p.m.
Controller releases report on Allegheny County financesBy Aaron Aupperlee
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner on Wednesday released a condensed version of the nearly 400-page Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. Wagner’s Popular Annual Financial Report, a 14-page booklet, details county revenue, expenses and operations with photos, graphs and tables. The report …
- Whooping cough cases confirmed in 2 Hempfield schools 8:51 p.m.
- Greensburg man’s rape trial proceeds after 6 years
- Greensburg opts for higher-paying stocks to fund police pension
- Gift to help Westmoreland County start drug court
- 6 vie for 5 board seats in Hempfield Area School District
Ligonier Township mourns K-9 officer killed in wrong-way crashBy Paul Peirce
As police and firefighters worked to save the life of Ligonier Township police Lt. Eric Eslary early Tuesday morning, the officer’s partner, a German shepherd named Blek, stood by him, …
- Stocks fall on weak jobs data, inflation worries, Yellen comments 7:24 p.m.
- EDMC to close quarter of its Art Institute campuses, but Pittsburgh’s spared 9:31 p.m.
- Most welcome, but some question plans for Beaver County cracker plant
- Weavertown Environmental’s female CEO doesn’t think in terms of gender
- Mylan to take buyout bid to Perrigo shareholders
Highmark to pay disputed claims filed by rival UPMCBy Alex Nixon and Adam Smeltz 7:24 p.m.
Highmark Inc. will pay UPMC for about 30,000 medical claims the insurer had disputed since the beginning of the year, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday, but the resolution didn’t end the bickering between the two companies over the issue. Highmark, …
- Carnegie Museum of Art, VIA come together to spell ‘party’ with ‘art’ 9:00 p.m.
- Disney’s ‘Fantasia’ brings magic back to Heinz Hall 9:27 p.m.
- Review: Osteria 2350 in the Strip delivers great meals time after time 9:11 p.m.
- Nominees announced for Pittsburgh CLO Kelly awards 7:56 p.m.
- Art review: ‘Rolling Hills, Satanic Mills: The British Passion for Landscape’ at Frick Art Museum 9:00 p.m.
- DVD reviews: ‘Selma,’ ‘Mr. Turner’ and ‘Black Sea’ 9:00 p.m.
Pittsburgh Fringe Festival focuses on what’s new in theaterBy Michael Machosky 9:00 p.m.
Postwar Edinburgh, Scotland, was a gloomy provincial capital known for banking and government, just beginning to recover from the devastation of World War II. That’s when the Edinburgh Fringe Festival …
- Archives detail Pittsburghers who sailed on the Lusitania
- The Wine Cellar: Wines made by women offer Mother’s Day inspiration
- KitchenWise: Let Mom have her scrambled eggs her way
- Modern grooms getting more involved in wedding decisions
Snacks N’At: Bread and Salt Bakery, BloomfieldBy Rachel Weaver 9:00 p.m.
When Rick Easton opened his Bloomfield bakery, his goal was to stick to time-tested recipes and techniques — nothing flashy, nothing original. Yet, in doing so, Easton has created something …
- Killer cops or malicious prosecutor?
- Want more political parties? Look at Britain first
- Wolf & unions: Leave home care workers alone
- Soaking the ‘rich’ won’t fix Social Security
- Obama’s Baltimore babble
Race, politics & liesBy Thomas Sowell 9:00 p.m.
Among the painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman in Missouri — …