A Lawrenceville trench …
A Lawrenceville trench collapsed this morning, temporarily trapping a worker before rescue personnel got him out.See more
Gov. Tom Wolf …
Gov. Tom Wolf has assembled a task force to help organize the development of pipeline routes as the state tries to alleviate a gas glut.See more
A project between …
A project between Larimer’s Animal Rescue League Shelter and CMU is aiming to control the feral cat population in Western Pa.See more
Heinz Field is …
Heinz Field is about to kick off the 15th and busiest concert season in its history with three big shows in four weeks.See more
Rick Santorum announced …
Rick Santorum announced his candidacy for U.S. president in Butler County, vowing “we are going to begin to fight back.”See more
Chevron settles fatal well fire lawsuit for $5 millionBy David Conti 1:02 p.m.
Energy giant Chevron agreed to pay $5 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit filed …
Starkey: Kang story of the year for PiratesBy Joe Starkey
It was, perhaps, the worst interview ever conducted through an interpreter. Maybe the worst interview …
Ex-S. Allegheny teacher held on sex assault countsBy Eric Slagle
Criminal charges have been held against a former South Allegheny Middle School teacher accused of …
- Eighty-year-old man died in South Fayette fire 1:33 p.m.
- $750,000 grant will help Allegheny County ‘Live Well,’ authorities say 12:15 p.m.
- International counterfeiter sentenced in Pittsburgh to 7 1/2 years in prison 1:32 p.m.
- Route 51 traffic to detour around Corliss Tunnel 12:10 p.m.
Crews rescue worker trapped in Lawrenceville trench collapseBy Tribune-Review 1:25 p.m.
Crews rescued a worker trapped by a trench collapse in Lawrenceville Thursday morning. The collapse happened near the intersection of 46th and Bancroft streets near St. Mary’s Cemetery. The worker …
- Southmoreland commencement scheduled for Friday evening 10:52 a.m.
- Westmoreland County Community College trustees approve $38M preliminary budget
- Westmoreland County Transit Authority to consider raising bus fare rate for paratransit participants
- Vandals ruin Ligonier Township farmers’ garden
- Ligonier Township K-9 officer home to recover from deadly collision
Tenant charged in fire that destroyed Latrobe apartment houseBy Paul Peirce
Early Wednesday morning, Gary Hair asked an upstairs neighbor, Brandon S. Baradziej, to lend a hand as he connected a television in an apartment house in downtown Latrobe. Hair, 62, …
- Chevron settles fatal well fire lawsuit for $5 million 1:02 p.m.
- Pitt study suggests health law attracting young to balance insurers’ risks 11:30 a.m.
- Judge lashes UPMC, Highmark in consent decree violation hearing
- Task force to plot ways of easing gas glut in Pennsylvania via pipelines 11:30 a.m.
- Middlesex board upholds legality of zoning ordinance to allow gas well drilling
IRS cybersecurity breach touches lives of homebuyers, othersBy Chris Fleisher
Al Radeshak hopes to close on a house in North Irwin in July. He’s lining up movers and has most of the paperwork in order. There’s one hang-up: He can’t …
- Country music superstar Chesney ‘still has it’
- Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Dance and Flight’ combines musical influences
- Shadyside Art & Craft Festival makes jump to new spring edition
- Pict Classic Theatre’s ‘Other Half Loves’ mixes heartache, high humor
- Tako’s atmosphere and Asian and Mexican street foods worth the wait 10:38 a.m.
- DVD reviews: ‘Seventh Son,’ ‘Ballet 422’ and ‘Cut Bank’
Concert business booming at Heinz Field this summerBy Rex Rutkoski
Heinz Field is about to kick off the 15th and busiest concert season in its history with three shows in four weeks. It will begin, appropriately, with the record-setting eighth …
- Ohio Township cake designer incorporates personal touch in creations
- KitchenWise: Mastering the fine art of a deceptively simple tossed salad
- Kiya Tomlin to be featured on Aspire TV show
- Designs for special needs an untapped market 11:44 a.m.
OpenStreetsPGH events shut down city streets to free them upBy Bob Karlovits
Closing down streets sometimes can be the best way of opening them up. That concept is the driving force behind the three OpenStreetsPGH events, which start May 31. Others will …
- Decline of Christian America
- Scholarships to a brighter future
- Don’t scapegoat police officers
- Rewards of hard work
- Memorial Day: Remembering a generation defined by duty, one woven into our national tapestry
Obama’s hot-air commencement addressBy Cal Thomas
I didn’t attend my commencement ceremony at American University in Washington, D.C. I chose instead to receive my degree in the mail. I didn’t want to listen to a boring speaker drone on in Washington’s notorious summer heat. Too bad …