Bricks fell off …
Bricks fell off of a Squirrel Hill building just before midnight Sunday night, forcing a business and a nonprofit for special needs children to close.See more
Carnegie Mellon University …
Carnegie Mellon University has developed a $200 device to study pollution in the home, which can be just as bad as the industrial variety.See more
The Pirates’ “Dream …
The Pirates’ “Dream Outfield” of Andrew McCutchen, Starling Marte and Gregory Polanco has the potential to be one of the best ever defensively.See more
The America Rising …
The America Rising PAC is in the business of marking everything Democratic candidates do as the 2016 presidential election approaches.See more
David Perron and …
David Perron and Sidney Crosby scored in the shootout to produce a second consecutive win, 3-2, over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday.See more
Body pulled from river in CharleroiBy Jeremy Sellew 9:57 p.m.
The Washington County coroner was called to Charleroi, where a body was found near the …
- Man shot in Hill District 9:55 p.m.
Pirates’ outfield may have few defensive peersBy Rob Biertempfel
BRADENTON, Fla. — One morning during batting practice, the topic in the McKechnie Field press …
Trevor Noah set to replace Stewart on ‘Daily Show’By The Associated Press
Trevor Noah, 31, a comedian from South Africa who has contributed to “The Daily Show” …
- Man shot in Hill District 9:55 p.m.
- DEP grants 18-month extension on stormwater control effort 9:55 p.m.
- Falling bricks close 2 Squirrel Hill businesses
- City, foundation to partner in eco-friendly development 9:55 p.m.
Owner of Penn Hills tombstone business pleads guilty to swindling the bereaved out of $90KBy Adam Brandolph and Megan Guza 9:55 p.m.
Money is not enough to cover the damage done by Curtis Eakman, the former owner of a Penn Hills headstone business who swindled 56 mourning family members out of more …
- Pittsburgh man’s bid to delay trial rejected 7:18 p.m.
- Hempfield infant fights rare disease
- Westmoreland County Transit Authority to buy 12 minibuses
- Norwin High School health teacher charged with selling heroin
- Couple taken into custody after 8-hour standoff in Hempfield
Driver airlifted after truck slams into utility pole in Sewickley TownshipBy Tribune-Review 9:30 p.m.
A driver had to be extricated from his pickup truck after it crashed about noon Monday along Clay Pike in Sewickley Township. Dispatch reports indicted that the man was airlifted to a Pittsburgh hospital after being extricated from his truck …
- Increased credit card use reflects confidence, flat wages
- Shortfalls sabotage promise of union retirees’ pensions
- Home appraisal is below sales price — now what?
- Corporate missteps hurt reputations, profits, sometimes in long run
- If you get this letter from the IRS, it’s legitimate
GNC to expand testing of supplements in settlement with NYBy Chris Fleisher 9:25 p.m.
GNC Holdings said it will expand testing of herbal dietary supplements beyond what is required under federal law after settling allegations that it was selling products that were fraudulent or had unlisted ingredients that could harm consumers. The Downtown-based vitamin …
- Income tax’s origin provides spark for Berry’s new thriller
- ‘Swing Night’ has feel of Prohibition-era dance hall
- Shadyside laundry keeps movie garb stain-free
- Pittsburgh Cultural Trust VP travels the globe to bring arts home
- Women Read/Women Write Book Fest returns bigger than ever
- Cat or dog not great fit for pet? A bunny might be your buddy
Review: Tango ensemble presents a night of witty, passionate dance theaterBy Mark Kanny
One of the defining strengths of Pittsburgh Dance Council is the stylistic variety of the groups it brings to town. The French-Argentine company Union Tanguera provided plenty of humor and …
- Oakmont club brings gardening inside at senior facility
- Neutral decor doesn’t have to be noncommittal
- South Side house part of former Steeler’s end game
- Road Trip! Destination: Indianapolis 9:13 p.m.
Healing touch: Shadyside jewelry designer undertakes project to help artisans in GuatemalaBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 9:09 p.m.
Tying knots in a necklace or bracelet reminds Graciana Rodriguez Fennell of her days stitching up young patients as a pediatric resident. “I love that I did medicine,” says Fennell …
- Harry Reid’s legacy of obstruction 9:35 p.m.
- Hit ‘delete’ on net neutrality
- Reform mass surveillance: Make the FISA court act like a real court
- Why I signed Iran letter
- Simple question: What has Hillary accomplished?
The bad policy of divestmentBy William G. Bowen 9:35 p.m.
Campaigns urging colleges and universities to divest stock holdings are again on the rise, focused today more often than not on holdings in fossil fuel companies. Many of the arguments against divestment as a general tactic are by now well …