Former Pennsylvania Sen. …
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Richard S. Schweiker, a liberal Republican from Norristown, has died at age 89.See more
Despite some opposition, …
Despite some opposition, Pittsburgh City Council approves an ordinance that requires city employers to give employees paid sick days.See more
Tests reveal pitcher …
Tests reveal pitcher A.J. Burnett has a flexor strain in his right elbow, and the Pirates estimate he’ll return in about four weeks.See more
Water company crews …
Water company crews are working to repair a broken water main in Overbrook that created a sinkhole big enough to swallow a truck and trailer.See more
Despite having more …
Despite having more than 400 volunteers who are willing to teach, the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council has a waiting list of 120 potential students.See more
Man interviewed about deaths in East Hills back in Allegheny County JailBy Michael Hasch 10:11 p.m.
A man who has been interviewed by city homicide detectives about the deaths of his former girlfriend and …
Rossi: Pirates foolish to bet on Burnett returnBy Rob Rossi 11:18 p.m.
A.J. Burnett’s ballclub should follow its leader. Prepare for the worst, and hope to get …
Actress Dushku displaced from Pittsburgh hotel by One DirectionBy Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh must be getting pretty hot with the in-crowd when one celebrity gets kicked out …
- Newsmaker: Maria Kalevitch 11:12 p.m.
- Philadelphia firm to defend Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority in lawsuit 10:42 p.m.
- 2 quit race for Plum school board 10:42 p.m.
- Strip District, Shadyside startups headed to White House 10:30 p.m.
Storms knock out power to thousands of customers in Western Pa.By Michael Hasch 10:30 p.m.
Thousands of customers were left without electrical service as storms rolled through the region Monday evening, downing trees and power lines. The National Weather Service, which issued various severe thunderstorm warnings throughout the evening, said the storms were expected to …
- Youngwood to purchase swing, table to satisfy state regulations 10:57 p.m.
- Members of North Huntingdon family attacked by rabid otter in Va. 10:57 p.m.
- Hempfield Area considers renovations at high school 10:54 p.m.
- K-9 officer Blek chosen as grand marshal of Fort Ligonier Days parade 10:54 p.m.
- Former guard at Westmoreland jail focus of sex assault probe, DA confirms 10:54 p.m.
Heroin, marijuana found in car in Greensburg, driver arrestedBy Tribune-Review
A Greensburg man was arrested with 50 stamp bags of heroin and six bags of marijuana Friday night. Doreon Martinez, 18, was charged by Greensburg police Friday with manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver a controlled …
- Obama’s Clean Power plan doesn’t change much; opponents remain firm 11:06 p.m.
- Greensburg’s Polymer Enterprises is finding success in specialty tire market 10:45 p.m.
- Spirit ending nonstop flights from Arnold Palmer Regional to Chicago, Las Vegas 10:29 p.m.
- Pittsburgh airport improvements noted as CEO tries to expand activity
- Obama orders steeper emission cuts from power plants
Coal producer Alpha Natural Resources files for bankruptcyBy Brian Bowling 10:11 p.m.
Alpha Natural Resources Co.’s bankruptcy filing underscores the threat from low natural gas prices and tighter emissions regulations on coal-fired power plants that are contributing to dire days for the …
- One Direction brings the thrills to Heinz Field audience
- Community comes together for Guyasuta Days in Sharpsburg
- East Liberty native steps off Broadway to bring ‘Kinky Boots’ home
- Pittsburgh Glass Center exhibits new wares that reinterpret antiquities
- Architecture: Visionaries saw buildings but not the political surroundings
- Former Steeler Mendenhall relishes writing for HBO’s ‘Ballers’
Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s banding program a labor of love for avian expertBy Sean Stipp
You have my word: no birds were harmed in the taking of these photographs. On the contrary, Luke DeGroote, bird-banding coordinator for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Powdermill Nature …
- Round up a bit of fun, shimmer with an ankle bracelet 9:45 p.m.
- Coping with kids: Minions and dinos: Separated at birth? 9:47 p.m.
- Greensburg native runs unique catering service in California
- SummerSounds concerts in Greensburg a popular draw
- 2,000 party animals swarm Pittsburgh Zoo’s Summer Safari soiree
- Lawrenceville eyewear store has vision of helping kids in need
Like magic, again-popular unicorns are flying into Western Pa. toy storesBy Kellie B. Gormly 9:46 p.m.
Call the unicorn craze a nostalgic flight of fancy with a contemporary twist. The mythical horses with spiral horns are starring in a lineup of recent and upcoming toys, clothes, …
- Debates vs. debates 10:38 p.m.
- ‘Preventive care’ canard
- How to kill the summer job: Just keep raising the minimum wage
- Hillary’s economic plan doesn’t add up
- Greece’s invisible economy
Our Army is breakingBy Robert H. Scales 10:38 p.m.
Last month, Gen. Raymond Odierno, outgoing Army chief of staff, and Gen. Mark Milley, his successor, testified to the difficulties faced by the Army. I’d like to make the same points by telling a story. When I was a boy, …