William Smith Jr. …
William Smith Jr. and James Yates got their marriage license today as Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis remains in jail.See more
“There’s no fashion …
“There’s no fashion police when it comes to sizing,” says Pat Hill, a North Huntingdon native working in New York City as a fit model.See more
Pittsburgh Public Schools …
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Linda Lane will step down next summer after nearly six years as the district’s leader.See more
Incumbent punter Brad …
Incumbent punter Brad Wing, locked in a tight battle with Jordan Berry in the preseason, was traded to the Giants today.See more
Experts warn that …
Experts warn that Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s Haiti trip might jeopardize any case from a 2014 wiretap.See more
Philly DA won’t fire Fina, two others for porn emails; orders ‘sensitivity training’By Brad Bumsted 6:58 p.m.
HARRISBURG — Three former state prosecutors who were on an email chain with pornographic and …
With most starters resting, Steelers turn in lackluster loss at HeinzBy Mark Kaboly
The Steelers are on to New England. Actually, in Mike Tomlin’s eyes, the Steelers were …
Gas cost, construction barrels coming down for Labor Day travelersBy Melissa Daniels
Drivers traveling for the Labor Day holiday weekend can take advantage of the lowest gas prices in 11 …
- State lawmaker proposes increasing cost of state fishing licenses 7:09 p.m.
- Police seek leads in shooting of teen in East Liberty 6:51 p.m.
- Plum teacher asks judge to dismiss intimidation charges 7:10 p.m.
- Judge convicts Homewood man of jitney driver shooting 5:38 p.m.
Pittsburgh schools chief Lane stepping down next summerBy Tribune-Review
At the end of the current school year, Pittsburgh Public Schools will need a new superintendent. Linda Lane, who has been with the district since 2007, announced Friday that she …
- Tree falls into house in Hempfield, injuring person 6:41 p.m.
- Police seek 2 in Derry Twp. luring attempt 5:21 p.m.
- Inmate charged with smuggling drugs into Westmoreland prison
- Directors to view Southmoreland High upgrades
- Five taken to hospitals after school bus-SUV crash in Washington Township
4-year-old transplant recipient Angelo Giorno dies, hospital saysBy Ben Schmitt 6:59 p.m.
Angelo Giorno, the 4-year-old boy who captivated the region following an intestinal transplant in July, has died, a spokeswoman at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC said Friday. Angelo, of …
- U.S. adds 173,000 jobs in August, dropping unemployment rate to 5.1 percent 7:07 p.m.
- Highmark Health reports $171M operating loss for 1st half of year
- Fifth Third Bank selling Pittsburgh branches to First National
- Embezzled $14.8M could cause woes for North Side firm Matthews International
- NexTier Bank buys Oakland’s Eureka to increase coverage in Western Pennsylvania
Alcoa putting $60M into Upper Burrell tech center expansionBy Chris Fleisher
Alcoa Inc.’s $60 million investment to expand its research center in Upper Burrell underscores the potential the company believes 3-D printing holds for manufacturing parts for the aerospace and automotive …
- Review: ‘Mistress America’ charms with slick dialogue
- Review: ‘Z for Zachariah’ offers an intense look at need for human connection
- Review: ‘Before We Go’ has a real feel
- Fancy some English refinement in Pittsburgh? Britsburgh a smashing answer
- Free concerts highlight Coors Light Kickoff and Rib Festival at Heinz Field
- With good cause, Rusted Root happy to return to Hartwood Acres
Event allows readers to connect with romance writersBy Rege Behe 5:35 p.m.
No matter the literary merits of “Fifty Shades of Grey,” the novel’s impact is undeniable. The salacious E.L. James book is the equivalent of a literary gateway drug, opening up …
- Custom Choo’s can be yours to choose 6:59 p.m.
- Kids and alcohol: Time for the talk? 6:47 p.m.
- Spreading the wealth: Gardeners share excitement of saving, sharing seeds 5:09 p.m.
- Oakdale family keeps tomato going for generations 5:09 p.m.
- House Hunting: Highland Park home gets high-end treatment 5:09 p.m.
- SUP3Rivers SouthSide festival floats idea of stand-up paddleboarding
Variations in women’s clothing sizes cause frustrationBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 6:47 p.m.
Edna Galioto took one look at the jackets she ordered and knew she had to send them back. “The small was so small it wouldn’t fit me or my customers …
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- Blame liberals for the rise of Trump
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- Gun myths & the Roanoke shootings
- Russia burns out of control
Track those in U.S. on visasBy Katie Pavlich
Last week New Jersey governor and GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie caused controversy after implying the United States should track people who come into the country on visas like FedEx tracks packages. “You go online and, at any moment, FedEx …