For the first …
For the first time in its history, the Three Rivers Regatta canceled all water events because of hazardous river conditions.See more
Mounting research has …
Mounting research has pointed out the healing and psychological effects nature can have on recovering medical patients.See more
Officials across the …
Officials across the country are warning people of the potential danger of purchasing iPhone cases shaped like a handgun.See more
Municipal leaders from …
Municipal leaders from across the Western Pennsylvania region say fireworks are so popular that they feel obligated to fund them.See more
A Braddock brewery …
A Braddock brewery chose a homebrewer to help make a new beer, and reporter Chris Fleisher knows the lucky winner quite well.See more
City police investigate death in Squirrel HillBy Michael Hasch 7:31 p.m.
City police are investigating the apparent drowning death of a man in a condominium complex in Squirrel Hill. …
Rossi: Rutherford shines as old boss poutsBy Rob Rossi
It’s called a record. And the goalie in Jim Rutherford probably would have battled to …
‘Boyz of Zummer’ Wiz Khalifa, Fall-Out Boy light it up at First NiagaraBy Jack Fordyce
Pittsburgh native rap star Wiz Khalifa and Chicago-based pop-punk band Fall Out Boy lit it …
- City police investigate death in Squirrel Hill 7:31 p.m.
- Crane tips over, smashes into roof of building at Pitt 7:38 p.m.
- Police seeking light blue vehicle after Homestead shooting 5:03 p.m.
- Tradition rules in Pittsburgh: Keep bridge color the same, poll finds
Fun-seekers won’t let a Pittsburgh regatta without races get them downBy Tom Fontaine 7:29 p.m.
People attending opening-day festivities at the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta expressed disappointment Friday over the cancellation of the event’s scheduled boat races, but said that wouldn’t sink their fun. …
- Hempfield bicyclist gets one last chance from Westmoreland County judge
- Purple Heart recipient Krinock to lead July Fourth parade in Latrobe
- State Supreme Court rejects latest Foxley Farm appeal in Ligonier Township dispute
- Smithton man gets 6-12 years for robbery in Jeannette
- Independence Day events for Westmoreland County
Former Jeannette coach held for trial on charges of assault on teen girlsBy Renatta Signorini
Two female students testified through tears Thursday that a former Jeannette High School wrestling coach had inappropriate sexual contact with them. “He grabbed me by my waist and pulled me …
- Insurer Aetna to buy Humana in $35B deal
- U.S. calls Fiat Chrysler recall record dismal
- State cites Greene County mine after fatality, checking ventilation doors
- $18.7B record-breaking deal clears path for BP to put Gulf Coast oil spill in rearview mirror
- Critics find hotels’ hidden fees to be inhospitable
U.S. employers add 223K jobs, jobless rate falls to 5.3%By Alex Nixon
Employers added a healthy 223,000 jobs nationwide in June, but the federal government’s monthly employment report pointed to some weakness in the labor market that has stumbled in its rocky recovery since the Great Recession. The unemployment rate dipped to …
- Mountain Playhouse’s ‘Chapter Two’ provides funny, touching look at love and loss 7:10 p.m.
- Fun-seekers won’t let a Pittsburgh regatta without races get them down 7:29 p.m.
- Shark Week feeds our obsession with these ocean predators 7:30 p.m.
- Point Park documentarians try to debunk shark myths 7:30 p.m.
- Will we get Stephen Colbert or ‘Stephen Colbert’? 4:45 p.m.
- Pittsburgh native Burdell sticks to passion — bringing drumming to all
Local performers draw on travel experiencesBy Alice T. Carter 7:19 p.m.
Pittsburgh families headed to Myrtle Beach and Disney World aren’t the only folks hitting the road over the next few months. At least three artists and theater companies have been …
- Homework: Day lilies on display at Trax Farms 6:14 p.m.
- Experts recommend checking your home’s deck frequently 6:11 p.m.
- Online groups curate collections of photos that highlight Pittsburgh
- Why rock the boat? Seafarer look is timeless and classic this time of year
- Fashion FYI: National Bikini Day celebrates debut of two-piece suit
- First Draft: Homebrewers timid when choosing commercial styles 6:24 p.m.
Burgeoning garden trend looks to nature as healing aidBy Matthew Zabierek 6:19 p.m.
Maybe Mom was right: Sometimes all you need is some fresh air. That’s what mounting research has indicated about the healing and psychological effects nature can have on recovering medical …
- Same-sex marriage is only the beginning
- Feeding the fed-ed Leviathan
- Quo vadis, America?
- Whoa, whoa, whoa ... It’s WOTUS
- The payoff for Iran
America truly is exceptionalBy Katie Pavlich
“When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which …