Rocked by a …
Rocked by a porn scandal and a host of other issues, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s reputation nationally is badly bruised.See more
The CDC’s poorly …
The CDC’s poorly delivered messages on the Ebola virus often stoke fears, rather than reassure an anxious public.See more
After two ugly …
After two ugly losses, the Penguins relied on substance more than style in a 3-0 win at Nashville.See more
Observers say the …
Observers say the battle over an obscure town on the Syria-Turkey border could be critical in the fight against ISIS.See more
As the Pirates …
As the Pirates attempt to sign Russell Martin, the team must weigh the risks and rewards in their offer to the popular catcher.See more
Police seek help finding missing manBy Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh police want the public’s help finding a missing Lawrenceville man. Andre Gray, 34, is dark-skinned, 5 feet, …
Penguins rebound with shutout of PredatorsBy Josh Yohe 11:28 p.m.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Maybe those gut-wrenching losses were what the Penguins needed. A responsible, diligent …
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Fenced-in deer hunts spark debateBy Bob Frye 10:20 p.m.
Physically, Striner’s Whitetails seems far removed from controversy. On 24 wooded acres in Fayette County, …
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Stand Down Pittsburgh reaches out to veterans, homeless civiliansBy Bill Vidonic 9:00 p.m.
Even before the veterans sat down in Dana Williams’ makeshift barber chair Saturday, he knew their stories well. A Marine veteran who himself was once homeless, Williams, 60, of the …
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Corbett, Wolf bring gubernatorial campaign to GreensburgBy Bob Stiles and Stacey Federoff 9:00 p.m.
Gov. Tom Corbett implored Republican faithful on Saturday in Greensburg to intensify their campaign to get others out to vote for him Nov. 4. Corbett attended a rally before about …
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Health care law compliance complex for employersBy Chris Fleisher 9:12 p.m.
Karen Bolden has questions about Obamacare. Deciding whether to keep health insurance for her company’s employees isn’t one of them. “We think it’s important for our team members to have …
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- Young singer Salvant brings talent, not as much creativity to North Side shows 9:22 p.m.
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- ‘Gray Mountain’ won’t disappoint Grisham fans 8:36 p.m.
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Artists take impressionistic look at PittsburghBy Kurt Shaw 8:39 p.m.
Paris may have been the subject of many impressionist paintings created over a century ago, but a new exhibit at Point Park University’s Lawrence Hall proves that Pittsburgh, too, leaves …
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Indiana couple’s bond grows stronger after devastating accidentBy Rex Rutkoski 8:45 p.m.
It’s the phone call all of us dread — that someone you love has been seriously injured. That call came for the Murphy family and Larissa Whiteley of Indiana on …
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Good ol’ Warren G. & Silent Cal: Harding & Coolidge understood basic economicsBy Amity Shlaes 9:00 p.m.
Republicans and Democrats resemble one another too closely for voter comfort these days. Whatever their own political leanings, voters would prefer more diversity in the policy spectrum. Consider the question …