Lt. Eric Eslary …
Lt. Eric Eslary of Ligonier Township was killed in a head-on crash early this morning. His K-9, Blek, underwent surgery for injuries.See more
The Penguins are …
The Penguins are looking for a minority-owned firm to develop at least 250 residential units on the former Civic Arena site.See more
The University of …
The University of Pittsburgh joins grocer Giant Eagle in setting a goal to put more disabled workers on the payroll.See more
Forest Hills-based TEIS …
Forest Hills-based TEIS has become a lifeline for a growing number of families of infants and toddlers with special needs.See more
Gerrit Cole will …
Gerrit Cole will be riding an eight-decision winning streak when he takes the mound this week against the Cincinnati Reds.See more
Pittsburgh police searching for man who robbed bank in DeutschtownBy Tribune-Review 3:12 p.m.
Pittsburgh police are searching for man who robbed a bank on the city’s North Side …
Starkey: Pirates’ trade of Snider still reeksBy Joe Starkey
It might seem pointless to bring up the dead horse that is the Travis Snider …
- Riverhounds’ Vincent receives USL honor 1:54 p.m.
Ellen Albertini Dow, ‘Wedding Singer’ rapper, dies at 101By The Associated Press 1:30 p.m.
LOS ANGELES — Ellen Albertini Dow, a feisty character actress best known for her salty …
- Pittsburgh police searching for man who robbed bank in Deutschtown 3:12 p.m.
- Pitt names associate vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion 4:10 p.m.
- Vehicle strikes pedestrian near UPMC McKeesport 3:42 p.m.
- Crews dodge ammunition fighting house fire in Penn Hills 3:46 p.m.
Penguins seek minority-owned firm to build Hill District residencesBy Tom Fontaine 4:19 p.m.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are looking to hire a minority-owned firm to develop at least 250 residential units on the former Civic Arena site, representing nearly a quarter of the proposed …
- Rostraver man arraigned on murder charge 4:09 p.m.
- Latrobe man held for trial in beating of woman
- Police: Hempfield student, 11, sent explicit photo to 7 children
- Business owners try ease residents’ worries about crematorium proposed for Youngwood 1:29 p.m.
- 7 arrested in Greensburg street argument
Ligonier Township police officer killed in wrong-way crash; K-9 injuredBy Paul Peirce 4:04 p.m.
A Ligonier Township police officer on patrol was killed early Tuesday when a van headed the wrong way on Route 30 West struck his sport utility vehicle head-on in front …
- Kennametal posts loss on restructuring, lower sales 3:48 p.m.
- Continued education for therapists key to TEIS success
- Pitt joins Giant Eagle, sets goal to put more disabled on payroll
- WPX Energy sells more Marcellus assets
- Washington Health buying Southwest Regional Medical Center in Waynesburg
Allegheny Health Network’s $600M plan to expand reach depends on HighmarkBy Alex Nixon
Allegheny Health Network proposes investing part of $175 million from Highmark Inc. in renovations and technology upgrades at its Allegheny General and West Penn hospitals, anticipating that they will accommodate …
- Pittsburgh Symphony’s new CEO to be first woman, youngest to hold the office
- Fox renews ‘The Simpsons’ for 2 more seasons
- Opera star Oropesa has lungs to run Pittsburgh Marathon
- Tickets on sale May 8 for Jason Aldean show
2015 Allegheny County Summer Concert Series announcedBy Mike Machosky 3:56 p.m.
From Bootsy’s Rubber Band to Howard Jones, the lineup for the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series is official. As usual, South Park Amphitheater in the South Hills and Hartwood Acres Park Amphitheater in Hampton are the venues, and the Pittsburgh …
- Heinz History Center chooses honorees for annual awards dinner
- What’s in a name? A Pittsburgh connection to Britain’s new princess
- Facebook still hangs onto teen users but is losing some of its luster
- Gathering celebrates relocated 1824 farmhouse in Allegheny Twp.
- Pittsburgh Public Theater’s gala boasts Vegas-style glam
- Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy’s Spring Hat Luncheon arrives with sunny bonnets and blue skies
Modern grooms getting more involved in wedding decisionsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
When Frankie Quirin noticed the cakes from Oakmont Bakery as centerpieces at a recent reception, he told his fiancee, “We need to have these cakes at our wedding.” “We don’t …
- Soaking the ‘rich’ won’t fix Social Security
- Obama’s Baltimore babble
- Return of the Reformicons
- Whack ‘em!: Even chimpanzees know what do with privacy-invading drones
- Who creates jobs? (Pssst! Not government!)
Wolf & unions: Leave home care workers aloneBy David R. Osborne
Don Lambrecht, a Phoenixville home health-care attendant, has spent 25 years helping his friend Dave Smith make the best of a difficult situation. Muscular dystrophy has confined Smith, 60, to a wheelchair since the age of 11. “Anything that’s important …