Pittsburgh had reason …
Pittsburgh had reason to celebrate a victory in WWII, because few regions contributed to the war effort as Western Pennsylvania did.See more
Pope Francis calls …
Pope Francis calls on priests to absolve Catholics who confess to the “sin of abortion” if they repent with a “contrite heart.”See more
Pirates pitcher Gerrit …
Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole opens September with perhaps the worst start of his major-league career in a loss to the Brewers.See more
The slayings of …
The slayings of more than 20 cops this year have turned attention toward the risks of policing and an “us against them” mentality.See more
The number of …
The number of people in need of food assistance continues to rise in Western Pennsylvania despite the drop in the jobless rate.See more
Allegheny County CYF worker arrest on child pornography chargesBy Michael Hasch
An Allegheny County Office of Children, Youth and Families worker was arrested Tuesday on child pornography charges, a …
Steelers trying to get missing defensive pieces on fieldBy Mark Kaboly
The Steelers’ defense gave up 43 points to the Bills last week, but … They …
22-month-old boy shot, killed in North Side; stepfather chargedBy Michael Hasch 12:03 a.m.
First came the muffled sound of a gunshot, neighbors said, followed closely by anguished screams …
- Western Pa. played role, was transformed by victory in World War II
- 22-month-old boy shot, killed in North Side; stepfather charged 12:03 a.m.
- Killings of police officers leave departments on edge
- Food assistance rises in Western Pa. despite drop in jobless rate 12:03 a.m.
Pitt, UPMC’s Children’s Hospital cited as center of excellence in bid to cure HHTBy Ben Schmitt 12:03 a.m.
Two-year-old Charlotte Leskowak tumbles about in her Reserve home, running and turning half somersaults on the living room carpet with a lively laugh. She’s come a long way from Mother’s …
- Free training sessions to administer naloxone opiod antidote to begin in Derry
- Greensburg torture slaying participant Marinucci makes second appeal of sentence as unconstitutional
- Tenaska agrees to provide pollution information on proposed South Huntingdon plant
- Rostraver man pleads guilty in 2012 deadly wreck on I-70
- Study shows Ligonier Borough might save if police consolidate
Student violinist,Valley School of Ligonier reach settlementBy Rich Cholodofsky
Lawyers on Tuesday hashed out a settlement in the case of a 10-year-old Indiana County violinist who was kicked out of private school two months after officials confiscated her Swiss army knife during an orchestra concert in May. Attorneys for …
- Judge rules against PPG in lawsuit over pollution
- Idea Foundry CEO Matesic decides which new companies get help from his Pittsburgh business incubator
- Judge allows conspiracy lawsuit against UPMC, Highmark to proceed 12:03 a.m.
- Pittsburgh unemployment rate steady as job market shrinks
- Pittsburgh developer proposes hotel, restaurant to ‘jump-start’ East Deutschtown 12:03 a.m.
PPG’s new CEO to push organic growth with existing clientsBy Chris Fleisher 12:01 a.m.
PPG Industries Inc. is always on the lookout for a good business to buy. But the Downtown company’s chief executive says he wants to get more out of the business …
- So Many Questions: Mexican-born actress Ana de la Reguera says corrupt characters can be fascinating
- Review: Redford, Nolte breeze through Bryson’s ‘A Walk in the Woods’
- Collective Soul to play Carnegie Music Hall in Munhall on Oct. 11
- Hyde Park singer Mia Z ready to keep chasing her music dream
- Pittsburgh Symphony names trustee McGranahan to chair its board
- Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Dance Council executive to resign at end of month
IMAX film ‘Robots’ shows how special humans areBy Kellie B. Gormly
Anthropomorphic humanoid robots aren’t just cute and funny and intriguing. Some of them literally could save your life, like rescue robots who go into areas too dangerous for humans. In …
- Alice Waters to be honored at ‘Farm to Table’ event
- KitchenWise: A little brine can produce stellar pork chops
- Fresh, grilled or baked, peaches deliver great flavor
- Fast relish dresses up cookout
Little-known tropical fruit pawpaw has sweet taste, interesting historyBy Doug Oster
Oddly shaped green fruit pull down on the thin branches of pawpaw trees in a small orchard I planted over a decade ago. Some are the size of golf balls, …
- Gun myths & the Roanoke shootings
- Russia burns out of control
- Brain gain in Pittsburgh
- What’s Holdren hiding?
- Exclusive to the Trib: Lift the oil export ban? Think again
Can the GOP deal with Iran?By Pat Buchanan
Ten weeks before the first U.S.-Soviet summit ever held in Moscow, in May 1972, North Vietnam, with Soviet-supplied armor and artillery, crossed the DMZ to overrun the South. President Nixon responded with air and naval strikes on the North. Yet …