Pennsylvania’s senior senator …
Pennsylvania’s senior senator becomes the 32nd supporter of Obama’s nuclear deal, “the best option available to us at this time.”See more
The Steelers used …
The Steelers used a portion of Antonio Brown’s 2016 contract to give him a raise this season, putting his salary in line with other top wide receivers.See more
Warm, dry weather …
Warm, dry weather is supposed to continue through the first couple weeks of the month, so don’t get excited about fall yet.See more
New Pitt coach …
New Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi has to find a way to improve a defense largely comprised of players from last season’s lackluster unit.See more
If the Pa. …
If the Pa. Supreme Court suspends Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s law license before her case is resolved, it would be “unprecedented.”See more
2-year-old boy shot, killed in North SideBy Michael Hasch 8:04 p.m.
A 2-year-old boy was shot and killed Tuesday afternoon in the Allegheny Dwellings neighborhood of …
In reworking contract, Steelers WR Brown gets hefty pay raiseBy Mark Kaboly 7:53 p.m.
The Steelers have had a longstanding policy to not rework non-quarterbacks’ contracts with multiple years …
Photo gallery: LST 325 arrives in PittsburghBy Tribune-Review 6:32 p.m.
The LST 325 arrived in Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, after traveling through the …
- Judge allows conspiracy lawsuit against UPMC, Highmark to proceed 6:43 p.m.
- Pittsburgh developer proposes hotel, restaurant to ‘jump-start’ East Deutschtown 5:47 p.m.
- Woman commits suicide in North Braddock police holding cell 5:56 p.m.
- Woman suffers critical injuries in Allentown stabbing, man taken into custody 8:16 p.m.
Prisoner mistakenly released from Allegheny County Jail to fight extraditionBy Aaron Aupperlee
A registered sex offender and convicted burglar who was mistakenly released from the Allegheny County Jail and arrested two weeks later by Indiana State Police troopers is fighting his extradition …
- Bomb squad investigating suspicious package at Murrysville Post Office 7:17 p.m.
- Man wields knife in convenience store robbery near Herminie 5:51 p.m.
- Kopas, citing poor state inspection, pushes to end deal for Westmoreland Manor operator
- Ruffsdale family loses daughter, 9, to cancer but gives back in her name
- Detaining juveniles charged as adults costs Westmoreland reimbursement money
Honored Westmoreland youth counselor sought in theft of money from clientsBy Paul Peirce
A Nigerian immigrant honored by Westmoreland County juvenile authorities last fall for counseling hundreds of adjudicated teenagers and young adults was charged Monday with stealing more than $26,000 from their …
- ‘Cadillac tax’ hangs over insurance costs 8:08 p.m.
- Judge rules against PPG in lawsuit over pollution 8:18 p.m.
- Pittsburgh unemployment rate steady as job market shrinks 8:16 p.m.
- Steelworkers union says ATI talks to resume
- Trib 30 takes bigger hit than Dow in August
Sniffer lets PixController detect methane gas leaksBy David Conti
PixController has been providing remote eyes to companies, outdoorsmen and government agencies with its Web-based and cellular-enabled surveillance cameras for more than a decade. The Murrysville-based company has added a …
- Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Dance Council executive to resign at end of month
- Hyde Park singer Mia Z ready to keep chasing her music dream
- Check out trailers for Pittsburgh-shot ‘Concussion’ and ‘Love the Coopers’
- Collective Soul to play Carnegie Music Hall in Munhall on Oct. 11
- Vintage drive-in theaters’ prices, upgrades still draw in Western Pa.
- East Suburban Artists League marks anniversary with pair of exhibits
Pittsburgh Symphony names trustee McGranahan to chair its boardBy Mark Kanny
A consultant who joined the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s board of trustees and was a leading force in developing its strategic plan will become its chairman, the orchestra said Monday. Devin …
- Road Trip! Destination: Cincinnati
- Cooking Class: Grilled Escarole Salad at E2
- Quick grilled chicken doesn’t skimp on flavor
- A day brewing ... is life any tastier on the other side?
- Nighttime crew keeps plant containers hydrated, healthy around Pittsburgh
- Award-winning architect Indovina selling cherished O’Hara home
Architecture: Pittsburgh history in 10 housesBy John Conti
We can learn a lot about our region’s history from studying the houses and, conversely, can understand why our houses look the way they do by understanding a little of …
- Brain gain in Pittsburgh
- What’s Holdren hiding?
- Exclusive to the Trib: Lift the oil export ban? Think again
- Scalia hasn’t lived up to expectations
Russia burns out of controlBy Sergei Guriev
The “purifying fire” came as a surprise when the Russian government starting burning food and boasting about it on state television. A year ago, the government introduced an embargo on food imports from Western countries. This embargo raised domestic food …