Technology has pervaded …
Technology has pervaded classrooms, and foreign language teachers arguably use “ed-tech” more often than those in any other subject.See more
Under new coach …
Under new coach Barry Trotz, the Penguins learned what the Capitals are capable of during a tough loss at Verizon Center.See more
The City Theatre …
The City Theatre Company’s production of “Mr. Joy” explores the “issues of race and class that America has yet to solve.”See more
Experts say advertisers …
Experts say advertisers should invest in emotional appeals to their customers in getting the most bang for their buck with Super Bowl ads.See more
The money that …
The money that police departments in Pa. and across the U.S. acquire through seizures could dry up because of a change in federal rules.See more
Police stop car in Beltzhoover, find body in back seatBy Tribune-Review 8:31 a.m.
Pittsburgh police officers pulled a car over in Beltzhoover early Thursday morning and found a body in the …
Starkey: What are Penguins, Pirates up to?By Joe Starkey
The worst time to judge a trade is the immediate aftermath as reaction normally runs …
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf to sign order barring drilling of new oil, gas wells in state forests, parksBy Katelyn Ferral
Oil and gas companies once again will be barred from drilling new wells under state …
- Medical examiner identifies man in Pleasant Hills police standoff as Justin Hay 9:15 a.m.
- Woman, 77, dies in Monroeville house fire 8:53 a.m.
- Police stop car in Beltzhoover, find body in back seat 8:31 a.m.
- Penn Hills man charged in robbery of The Exchange in Ross
Federal grand jury indicts man for violating poultry law while operating illegal slaughterhouse in his Jefferson Hills homeBy Brian Bowling
Hankering for black-market chicken? Then 83-year-old Xia Xue Vue was the man, according to federal authorities. Vue ran an unlicensed, uninspected home-slaughter meat delivery business from houses in Jefferson Hills …
- Coal truck, another hauling beer crash on Route 22 8:58 a.m.
- Rustic Ridge Mine permit request criticized 7:45 a.m.
- WCCC officials vow to erase $2.2M deficit 7:23 a.m.
- Krieger to seek Westmoreland County Common Pleas judgeship 7:21 a.m.
- Donora man apprehended after North Belle Vernon pharmacy robbery
IRS scam snares another Westmoreland County residentBy Paul Peirce
As tax season gets into full swing, state police are warning residents about impostors claiming to be with the IRS who con consumers into sending them thousands of dollars for fake overdue tax bills. A Greensburg-area woman in her 50s …
- Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf to sign order barring drilling of new oil, gas wells in state forests, parks
- Pipeline companies weather downturn in prices of natural gas, oil 8:37 a.m.
- UPMC, Highmark disagree over payment of medical claims for children
- U.S. Steel maps out greater efficiency for 2015 8:37 a.m.
- Continental targets early 2016 for North Shore apartments, parking garage
Super Bowl ads win by playing to viewers’ emotions, experts sayBy Chris Fleisher 8:37 a.m.
The celebrity endorsements will be everywhere Sunday. Socialite Kim Kardashian, actor Pierce Brosnan, comedian Mindy Kaling and even a bunch of Victoria’s Secret supermodels will appear in Super Bowl commercials. …
- New York City-based band Antibalas not afraid to be a step, or Afrobeat, ahead
- Pittsburgh band The Love Letters a throwback to poppier age
- Skillet hopes Christian music tour Winter Jam fans the flames of hope
- Memorial reading in Bloomfield to honor award-winning poet Kinnell
- Dinette focuses on fresh, tasty ingredients for their pies, some grown right on the roof
- DVD reviews: ‘The Judge,’ ‘Fury’ and ‘The Book of Life’
City Theatre production of ‘Mr. Joy’ explores race, classBy Alice T. Carter 6:53 a.m.
Daniel Beaty returns to City Theatre with the world premiere of his new play, “Mr. Joy.” City Theatre audiences know the author, singer, writer and composer for his work there …
- Chefs show their roots in Pittsburgh’s Food Pantry Brunch Challenge
- KitchenWise: Clams are so easy to cook, they tell you when they’re done
- The Wine Cellar: Festive libations celebrate Super Bowl regions
- Mushrooms are rich in nutrients and meaty flavor
Steelers will ‘Party With a Purpose’ at Super Bowl festivities in PhoenixBy Candy Williams
Chef Anthony Zallo is hoping his Pennsylvania Elk Meatballs will win over Steelers Nation West this weekend in Phoenix. He will be competing in the Taste of the NFL, one …
- The Persians are coming!
- Pittsburgh schools that work
- State of the Union gives false hope to entry-level employees
- Adding more fuel to racial fire
- Islam has been hijacked by Wahhabism
30 days’ notice is not enough!By Michael Sobol
President Obama recently proposed a law requiring that companies inform customers within 30 days when personal information, such as Social Security numbers, is exposed. Forty-seven states have data breach notification laws, which vary widely. Pennsylvania requires that companies notify customers …