The case against …
The case against three former Penn State administrators accused of a cover-up in the Jerry Sandusky scandal is moving slowly and secretly.See more
Josh Harrison drove …
Josh Harrison drove in a career-high five runs to power the Pirates to a rare win at Milwaukee’s Miller Park.See more
An O’Hara teenager’s …
An O’Hara teenager’s flying, dodging robot that could have applications in search-and-rescue and disaster-relief jobs was inspired by fruit flies.See more
Thursday’s preseason loss …
Thursday’s preseason loss to the Eagles showed a litany of issues for the Steelers — even in areas they thought were improved.See more
A slice of …
A slice of the Westmoreland County countryside is again turning into “Morelandshire” for the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival.See more
Woman shot dead, mother wounded in Hill District shootingBy Michael Hasch
Three gunmen who police said fired at least 20 shots killed a Hill District woman …
Harrison’s 5 RBIs help Pirates pound BrewersBy Travis Sawchik
MILWAUKEE — Miller Park felt haunted Friday night. Its retractable roof was left open because …
Hero Franklin Regional security guard out of workBy Craig Smith
John Jay “Sarge” Resetar, the security guard hailed as a hero for helping to stop …
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O’Hara teen finds inspiration for flying, dodging robot in fruit flyBy Megha Satyanarayana 8:45 a.m.
A swarm of pesky fruit flies could help win an international science prize for a Western Pennsylvania teenager who builds flying robots. Mihir Garimella, 14, is one of 15 international …
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From heifers to science projects, Westmoreland Fair judges enjoy their taskBy Alicia Mcelhaney
To an outsider at the Westmoreland Fair, judging heifers is an ugly event. Contestants drag their heifer around a dust-filled pen, the animals mooing in protest, occasionally stopping to do …
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Thousands of American steel jobs believed lost to import surgeBy John D. Oravecz 10:29 a.m.
The International Trade Commission cleared the way for anti-dumping penalties on cheap imports of oil and natural gas pipe from South Korea and five other nations that American steelmakers blamed for causing a severe oversupply, depressed prices and lost jobs. …
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Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival welcomes crowds to medieval re-creationBy Alice T. Carter
Fans of “Game of Thrones,” “The Quest” or “Lord of the Rings” may never get to journey to the flat-screen worlds of Westeros, Everealm and Middle Earth. But beginning Aug. …
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Local libations: Map links Pittsburgh craft-alcohol producersBy Rachel Weaver
In the spirit of cooperation, a group of business owners has produced a guide for anyone looking to tour Pittsburgh’s craft-alcohol corridor. The Allegheny River Libation Trail, a group of …
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Putin’s sanctions bite deepBy Jennifer Eremeeva
MOSCOW I find Vladimir Putin annoying at the best of times, but this month my distaste has blossomed into unbridled loathing. By imposing sanctions on food imports from the United States, European Union, Canada and Japan, Russia’s kefir-drinking head of …