Prompted by a …
Prompted by a Feb. 7 shooting, Monroeville Mall on Friday implemented a youth escort policy that “went very well, very smoothly.”See more
As the stretch …
As the stretch run looms, a key point for the Penguins to address will be who to play with defenseman Christian Ehrhoff.See more
Some are concerned …
Some are concerned the nation could be setting up for another housing bust, now that it’s easier for people without much money to buy a home.See more
After a spate …
After a spate of injuries led to a poor season in Seattle last summer, former Brewer Corey Hart is looking to make a comeback with the Pirates.See more
A Pittsburgh producer’s …
A Pittsburgh producer’s latest project aims to bring “Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever” to a new generation of music lovers.See more
Protesters demonstrate against Mt. Lebanon deer culling programBy Adam Smeltz 6:39 p.m.
About 30 demonstrators carrying signs rallied Saturday afternoon along Connor Road in Mt. Lebanon, trying …
- 1 dead in Moon apartment fire 6:39 p.m.
- Butler County teen dies in ATV accident 4:44 p.m.
Undefeated Aliquippa downs Seton-La Salle for WPIAL Class AA titleBy Dave Mackall 7:23 p.m.
It was just a matter of time before Aliquippa took control and claimed its 11th …
- Burrell’s Beattie goes for 3rd PIAA Class AA Southwest Regional title vs. familiar opponent 6:41 p.m.
Huge, ancient quasar could alter theories on black holesBy The Los Angeles Times 6:31 p.m.
Deep in the universe’s past, astronomers have discovered a luminous quasar powered by an enormous black hole that …
- Rostraver police investigating alleged sexual misconduct between Ringgold HS employee, student 4:19 p.m.
- Protesters demonstrate against Mt. Lebanon deer culling program 6:39 p.m.
- 1 dead in Moon apartment fire 6:39 p.m.
- 3-alarm fire burns Hill District row homes 6:39 p.m.
- New Monroeville Mall policy aims to tame teen shoppers
Gallagher formally becomes Pitt chancellorBy Trib Total Media 6:39 p.m.
Stephen Tritch, the chair of the University of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees, formally installed Patrick Gallagher as chancellor and chief executive officer during the university’s 39th annual Honors Convocation Saturday …
- Sutersville denied grant to fix boat ramp 6:45 p.m.
- Western Pa. nonprofits roll dice on casino company grants 7:00 p.m.
- Sale of former SCI Greensburg prison to advance despite lawmakers’ objections
- Rostraver man faces trial in child sex case 4:19 p.m.
- Mt. Pleasant Business District Authority picks officers
Greensburg pair jailed in convenience store robberyBy Bob Stiles 5:49 p.m.
A Greensburg man and woman were arraigned Saturday on charges they robbed a Murrysville convenience store after police said they traced them when the woman tried to cash in a …
- Easier home loan rules worry some
- Toyota Mirai to run on hydrogen fuel cells, widen green-vehicle divide
- Severance tax on natural gas drilling backed by Pa. voters
- Mylan closes $5.3B tax-lowering deal with Abbott Labs
- Nissan’s sport coupe a performance steal
Highmark lays off nearly 100 workers, mostly in IT, as membership declinesBy Alex Nixon
Nearly 100 Highmark Inc. workers lost their jobs Friday as the state’s largest health insurer cuts costs, streamlines some functions with technology and adjusts its operations to deal with fewer members. Spokeswoman Lynn Seay said the layoffs were not related …
- Dark satire ‘Welcome to Braggsville’ targets race, gender 6:04 p.m.
- Carnegie Science Center’s ‘H2Oh!’ exhibit explores everything water
- Leonard Nimoy, world famous as Mr. Spock on ‘Star Trek’, dies
- Pittsburgh producer revives, re-airs an expanded ‘Motown 25 ’
- ‘American Falls’ opens Barebones’ new permanent space in Braddock
- Author in Pittsburgh lecture series addresses hospital tragedy after Hurricane Katrina
Tyler’s 20th, ‘A Spool of Blue Thread,’ is a miracle of sortsBy Ann Levin 6:01 p.m.
Anne Tyler published her first novel in 1964, and some 50 years later she is still going strong. “A Spool of Blue Thread,” her 20th novel, is a miracle of …
- Trendy meets traditional at Marshall home
- Garden Q&A: Keep a running tally of favorite vegetables 6:20 p.m.
- Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show show displays latest and greatest
- Launch your wildlife garden with butterflies
- Cafe Con Leche helps Pittsburgh’s Latino community meet wider audience
- First Draft: Homebrew guru says Budweiser’s message was the opposite of crafty
Men become focus of stores’ personal service effortsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 6:15 p.m.
Michael Joyner needed a professional beard trim. A friend told him about Mister Goods & Grooming, a men’s full-service barbershop in Lawrenceville, which offers everything from straight-razor shaves to beard …
- Multiculturalism’s malignancy
- De Borchgrave: A dying breed of journalist
- Lesson learned in London
- Facts on police & race
- Life at the museums
GOP’s unending warsBy Pat Buchanan
If the sadists of ISIS are seeking — with their mass executions, child rapes, immolations and beheadings of Christians — to stampede us into a new war in the Middle East, they are succeeding. “Nearly three-quarters of Republicans now favor …