A Pittsburgh attorney’s …
A Pittsburgh attorney’s review of Pa. Supreme Court emails found no improper contact between justices and state prosecutors.See more
Dozens of law …
Dozens of law enforcement officers honored a Perryopolis officer killed in the line of duty at his burial in Ligonier today.See more
With Christian Ehrhoff …
With Christian Ehrhoff questionable for Saturday, the Penguins could pair Brian Dumoulin with Scott Harrington.See more
Despite what some …
Despite what some male gaming groups claim, female gamers aren’t part of a new movement of women trying to remove an Xbox from the man cave.See more
For the first …
For the first time in a while, the Steelers have their full complement of linebackers ready to go, a good problem for Dick LeBeau.See more
Man involved with crash with officer dies in Pittsburgh hospitalBy Trib Total Media 9:15 p.m.
A Uniontown man died Friday after being injured in the two-vehicle crash Sunday that killed Perryopolis police Officer …
Penguins’ defensive depth proves valuableBy Jason Mackey 7:56 p.m.
Simon Despres and fellow defenseman Brian Dumoulin have been in this situation before. So have …
Game isn’t over for Kim Jong Un spoof ‘Glorious Leader!’By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — The creator of a satirical video game that depicts Kim Jong Un …
- Traffic deaths down 3 percent 8:17 p.m.
- City, abortion activists fail to reach compromise on buffer zone, judge to rule 6:46 p.m.
- Educators ace collaboration 9:12 p.m.
- Port Authority fires two bus drivers involved in rollover crash 9:12 p.m.
- Mayor Peduto nixes landlord tax, overseers approve budget 8:51 p.m.
Pittsburgh adjusting to new bicycle lane, ‘stop boxes’By Megan Harris 9:01 p.m.
Motorists emerging from the riverfront connector on 10th Street Downtown encounter a big green square painted on the pavement at the intersection with Penn Avenue. Inside the square, there’s a …
- Arbitration decides Westmoreland court workers’ pact
- Icy roads, cold causing school delays, wrecks in Western Pa.
- Plenty of ‘pain’ to share, as Westmoreland County budget OK’d with $8M in cuts
- Youngwood fire department reaches out to homeless family
- Catholic Diocese of Greensburg bestows $30K to combat poverty
Police gather in Ligonier for Perryopolis officer’s funeralBy Renatta Signorini 9:15 p.m.
Patricia Kunkle often saw Officer Richard Champion and his family at worship services at Kregar Community Church near Stahlstown over the last five years. On Friday, she stood quietly as …
- Stock market closes 2nd best week of 2014 9:11 p.m.
- Pennsylvania jobless rate drops to 5.1 percent 9:16 p.m.
- Western Pa. utility workers OK contract with FirstEnergy
- Beacons track shoppers’ smartphones amid retailers’ aisles
- 8 Western Pennsylvania hospitals penalized over infections
First Niagara to cut 200 jobs; Pittsburgh impact unclearBy Chris Fleisher 9:11 p.m.
First Niagara Financial Group is laying off up to 200 employees as part of a organization-wide restructuring. Management positions are being cut and other employees are being asked to take on additional responsibilities “as we move decision making closer to …
- ‘Foxcatcher’ filmmaker Miller drawn to odd story
- Kevin Hart coming to Heinz Hall next month
- Review: Witherspoon loses her vanity and herself in ‘Wild’
- Review: Wallis, Jamie and Jay Z bring ‘Annie’ back to life
- Jamison fans are still cheering on ‘Voice’ singer from Ross Township
- Auditions for Broadway’s Carole King musical coming to Pittsburgh
Reese Witherspoon: How a scandal saved her careerBy Emily Yahr 6:41 p.m.
Celebrity scandals work in mysterious ways. Just take the case of Reese Witherspoon. In April 2013, the Oscar-winning actress was arrested for disorderly conduct in Atlanta after her husband, Jim …
- N.Y. Fashion Week out of Lincoln Center 8:20 p.m.
- Night-blooming cereus is stunning, fragrant 7:35 p.m.
- Homework: Winter care for birds 6:24 p.m.
- Ski wear is not just for the mountain anymore
- Fashion FYI: Anais Anette trunk show set for Lawrenceville’s Glitter & Grit
- First Draft: There’s no time to spare when selecting brew method
‘Friends’ are hidden backbone of many libraries in Pittsburgh, elsewhereBy Deborah Weisberg 8:21 p.m.
In early December, Valerie Bailey and assorted relatives gathered in Bailey’s Jefferson Hills’ home for their annual marathon cookie-baking session. Using her mother’s recipe for mini nut-rolls, they made about …
- Moving on 8:57 p.m.
- ‘Asset forfeiture’ & outright greed 8:57 p.m.
- Obama throws a rope to Fidel 8:57 p.m.
- A customer’s Comcast grudge
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Obama’s dangerous legacyBy Byron York 8:57 p.m.
Now that the 2014 elections are over and national politics is all about 2016, Democrats have good reason to worry that, for all his success at the polls, President Obama will leave his party with a toxic legacy. The Obama …