Five suburban Pittsburgh …
Five suburban Pittsburgh men will stand trial on charges that they severely beat a black man and threw him on subway tracks at a Downtown T station.See more
Tom Brady’s four-game …
Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in using underinflated footballs has been upheld by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.See more
As undercover videos …
As undercover videos stoke anti-abortion sentiment nationwide, a group protested a Downtown women’s clinic.See more
When the Penguins …
When the Penguins hired Jim Rutherford last year, he had a roster full of forwards …See more
Consol Energy Inc. …
Consol Energy Inc. is cutting costs as the energy market slumps, and $603 million in red ink in the second quarter doesn’t help.See more
20-inch water main breaks in Upper St. ClairBy Michael Hasch 8:33 p.m.
About 90 Pennsylvania American Water Co. customers are without service because of a water main break Tuesday afternoon …
Penguins trade Sutter to Canucks, sign free agent center FehrBy Jonathan Bombulie 7:54 p.m.
When the Penguins hired Jim Rutherford last year, he had a roster full of forwards …
Scientists warn about killer robotsBy The Associated Press 8:15 p.m.
LONDON — Scientists and tech experts — including professor Stephen Hawking and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak — warned …
- Brady’s suspension upheld by Goodell 8:32 p.m.
- Projects advance through Pittsburgh planning commission despite opposition 8:33 p.m.
- Woman charged with assaulting cops in wild Strip District dispute 8:31 p.m.
- CMU robot soccer squad claims another world championship 8:31 p.m.
- 20-inch water main breaks in Upper St. Clair 8:33 p.m.
5 face trial in beating of black man in PittsburghBy Adam Brandolph 8:31 p.m.
Kevin Lockett tried to ignore the racial slurs and the person tugging at his cooler full of beer and food as he rode the subway underneath the Allegheny River from …
- Police officer taking job in Harmarville 7:48 p.m.
- Last option for former Jeannette Glass site: Pa. Supreme Court
- Latrobe police to host National Night Out 7:43 p.m.
- $200K grant will go toward demolition at Monsour Medical site
- Fairfield Township resident honored by Loyalhanna Watershed Association
St. Vincent monk’s Gregorian chant workshops strike chord with studentsBy Stacey Federoff 6:04 p.m.
Five students filled a classroom at St. Vincent College with music that is more than a thousand years old. Singing in Latin, the students were led by Father Stephen Concordia, …
- U.S. Steel joins major producers in new dumping complaint 8:31 p.m.
- Leisure, hospitality lead Pittsburgh area job gains 8:31 p.m.
- Ambridge’s PittMoss takes off with help from TV show, Mt. Lebanon native Cuban
- Israel’s Teva drops bid for Mylan, buys Allergan for $40.5B
- U.S. Steel to debut oil, gas pipeline connector
Consol Energy, Range Resources report 2Q losses, plan deeper cutsBy David Conti 8:31 p.m.
Consol Energy Inc. will stop drilling new wells through next year, is further slashing its spending and will consider options including an outside partner for its metallurgical coal mine as …
- Stanton Heights poet Collins works to keep his words full of meaning
- West Deer community days plans more organized activities for kids
- Fairy-tale emperor gets new look in Apple Hill Playhouse production
- Review: Pittsburgh CLO’s ‘Wedding Singer’ offers few surprises
- Review: Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble adds fresh take to revival
- Review: Opera Theater Summerfest continues to impress with ‘Capriccio’
Reissue of book of album covers by Andy Warhol shows many sides of his artBy Michael Machosky
We may not remember it here in Pittsburgh, but Andy Warhol wasn’t always universally beloved. “During his lifetime, he was the object of severe criticism. People would label him a …
- Dollars and sense: High cost of child care keeps many out of work force
- Coping with kids: A newly discovered Dr. Seuss book
- Open house aims to lure new businesses to Pittsburgh’s Allentown neighborhood
- 3rd In Bed By Ten dance party raises the roof while raising funds for Girls Rock! Pittsburgh
- Loyalhanna Review release party guests tour galleries, gardens of Ligonier museum
- Jennerstown’s Mountain Playhouse hosts a nice ‘Naughty’ cast party
Watering garden right during summer’s high temperatures makes differenceBy Doug Oster
In a season that had gardeners wondering if they would be marching into an ark two by two, summer has given way to a hot, dry landscape. Yes, it was …
- Higher hotel tax will benefit Pittsburgh
- Tolerating social justice jerks
- Details of the Iranian nuclear ‘deal’ only get worse
- Iran hasn’t changed its terrible ways
- The risk of sanctuary cities
Rough ride for anti-Uber politiciansBy Scott Rasmussen
“The consumer demand for the Uber and Lyft kind of services is so great that any politician who gets in the way of that is really asking for trouble,” according to Roger McNamee. The co-founder of investment firm Elevation Partners …