In separate trades, …
In separate trades, the Penguins moved defensemen Simon Despres and Robert Bortuzzo for former Penguin Ben Lovejoy and the Blues’ Ian Cole.See more
Lawmakers are pushing …
Lawmakers are pushing the Department of Veteran Affairs to improve access to health care to those who live far from VA medical centers.See more
With emotional links …
With emotional links to the 9/11 attacks, the new executive director for Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial brings passion to the role.See more
Pirates pitcher Vance …
Pirates pitcher Vance Worley is in a much better place than a year ago, with a new team, new contract and even a new baby.See more
The “ALICE” program, …
The “ALICE” program, which stands for “Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate,” has become popular among Western Pa. schools.See more
Former congressman Sestak to kick off U.S. Senate campaign this weekBy Salena Zito 10:24 p.m.
Joe Sestak will make it official Wednesday. The former congressman and retired Navy admiral intends …
- Ohio house explosion kills one man 9:00 p.m.
Penguins acquire defensemen Lovejoy, Cole in deadline dealsBy Jason Mackey 10:23 p.m.
Ben Lovejoy is returning to Pittsburgh a changed man. On the ice, both he and …
Bill Gates repeats at top of Forbes’ list of billionairesBy The Associated Press
NEW YORK — The world’s richest person got even richer this year. Forbes said Monday …
- Pittsburgh’s Downtown tops ranking of small to midsized cities 10:00 p.m.
- Interstate smash-and-grab jewelry ring may be operating in Pittsburgh area, Altoona 10:00 p.m.
- Police charge Beaver County sex offender who snuck into Pittsburgh science center
- Whistleblower claims Allegheny County’s human services director violated 2003 lawsuit settlement 10:24 p.m.
Teacher conduct under spotlight in PennsylvaniaBy Tory N. Parrish
Pennsylvania law bans sexual contact between teachers and students, regardless of students’ ages, but as reports of teacher improprieties surface, experts say school districts must tell staff that inappropriate conduct won’t be tolerated. There are state mandates to train staff …
- Passion for speed fuels Ligonier man’s slippery dash in winter rally
- National Weather Service predicts up to 7 inches of snow before Sunday night
- Blaze rips through Salem house
- Greensburg pair jailed in convenience store robbery
- Sutersville denied grant to fix boat ramp
Link to Sept. 11 motivated new chief of nonprofit Friends of Flight 93By Mary Pickels
Henry Scully easily recalls where he was on Sept. 11, 2001. Then an insurance broker in Bermuda, his employer had written the insurance for the World Trade Center. “The first …
- Nasdaq climbs over 5,000 points ... 15 years later 9:22 p.m.
- Pittsburgh gas pump prices up nearly 9 cents
- Tax on shale-gas drillers would punish industry, Turzai says 9:05 p.m.
- Bill Gates repeats at top of Forbes’ list of billionaires
- Natural gas royalties lawsuit hinges on transaction date
Shale drilling boom a bust for some Western Pennsylvania townsBy Craig Smith
John Mollenauer has viewed the prosperity raining on western Washington County from the Marcellus shale boom with all the longing of a kid staring through a candy store window. He’s …
- West Hills teacher pens 2nd novel 9:06 p.m.
- Mark Cuban cast as president in ‘Sharknado 3’ 9:07 p.m.
- Antiques show at Oakmont Country Club keeps Kerr Museum going
- Review: Radio host Glass’ ‘Two Dancers’ program rewards audience with insight, laughs
‘Let It Snow’s’ big-name cast filming all over Western PennsylvaniaBy Michael Machosky 9:00 p.m.
Shooting ambushes and gunfights in a rusted-out crumbling steel mill — that was easy, compared to shooting the light, holiday-themed romantic comedy “Let It Snow,” which may soon get a …
- Former Pirate Tekulve, a heart transplant recipient, speaks at Heart Association gala
- Celebrity bartenders pour it on for Drink for Pink in Pittsburgh
- Paint Your Paws event in Latrobe proves popular
- Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s Hollywood Party at the Palace marks 10th anniversary
14th annual FashionAfricana looks at world of beautyBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop 9:09 p.m.
The fabric represents more than a component of clothing. It’s a livelihood for women artisans in Guinea Africa. They hand-dyed each piece to be featured in the first collection for …
- Nemtsov’s murder a direct result of policy that demonized him 9:34 p.m.
- Blaming the right again
- Europe must be pushed to fight the endemic scourge of anti-Semitism
- The limits of wishful thinking on Iran
- ‘Coup’ in Argentina? Ridiculous
Is liberalism exhausted?By Jonah Goldberg 9:34 p.m.
Canaries are not formidable birds, but they have their uses. For instance, coal miners learned over a century ago that when canaries drop dead at the bottom of the cage, it’s a sign that maybe there’s something wrong with the …