Secret Service Director …
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday, a day after bitingly critical questioning by Congress about a White House security breach.See more
The Trib’s Chris …
The Trib’s Chris Togneri reports on the sights and sounds on the North Shore as excitement swells for the Pirates’ wild card game in this running report.See more
A state job …
A state job portal includes job openings for exotic dancers at a bachelor party, “car dates” and “casting couch openings.”See more
A light drizzle …
A light drizzle on Monday made September to the fourth-driest on record in Western Pennsylvania, barely pushing it out of second place.See more
Federal approval of …
Federal approval of an export facility in Maryland likely will encourage more investment in Marcellus shale operations.See more
Advocacy groups call for closer scrutiny of charter schoolsBy Megan Harris 4:17 p.m.
Three groups with union affiliations on Wednesday pointed to the case against ousted PA Cyber Charter School founder …
Rossi: Pirates plan to carry Hurdle deep into playoffsBy Rob Rossi
Two months into the baseball season, Neil Walker had seen enough of his manager’s daily …
Attorney General seeks halt in Conneaut Lake Park sheriff’s saleBy Bill Vidonic 3:12 p.m.
The state Attorney General’s Office Wednesday asked a Crawford County judge to set aside the sheriff’s sale of …
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- State looks into UPMC complaint that Highmark violated agreement 3:18 p.m.
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Fans flock to what they hope will continue ‘magical season’By Chris Togneri 4:21 p.m.
Tonight’s the night, part II. As they did last year, the Pirates will host a wild-card elimination game at PNC Park. Last year, a maniacal home crowd fueled the Pirates …
- Franklin Regional stabbing suspect could leave Pa. for treatment
- Knife-wielding man attacks 2 in Sheetz lot in Greensburg
- Youngwood Council to pick solicitor from ‘good mix’
- Butler blasting worker in North Huntingdon water main break put on probation
- Bolivar couple charged with endangerment; baby nearly drowned, police say
Pets rescued from Westmoreland house fireBy Tribune-Review 3:30 p.m.
Several family pets were rescued from a blaze Wednesday that caused moderate damage to a home along Route 130 in Unity Township. “No one was in the house when we …
- Google Pittsburgh instrumental in fight against hackers, co-directors say
- Hospitals, doctors in Pa. received $32M in 5 months from drug, medical device companies
- EPA says greenhouse gas releases from wells, pipelines decline
- FedEx facility in Butler County could bring hundreds of jobs
- Western Pa. unemployment rate holds steady in August
LNG exports get federal approval from Dominion’s Cove Point terminalBy David Conti and Katelyn Ferral
Federal approval of a much-debated liquefied natural gas export facility in Maryland sends a signal for more drilling in Appalachia that the industry began celebrating Tuesday and environmental groups met …
- Alan Alda to open Heinz Hall lecture series with personal show
- Neil Diamond bringing tour to Consol Energy Center
- So Many Questions: Cary Elwes’s memoir offers a look at the filming of ‘The Princess Bride’
- A&E notebook: ‘Wallflower’ scribe eyeing a real ‘Beauty’
- Public station WQED cutting staff in face of financial woes
- The Rep’s offbeat ‘Souvenir’ keeps the laughter real
Seton Hill University Theatre’s ‘Cloud 9’ mines humor in classesBy Candy Williams
Student actors face a unique challenge as they prepare for the opening of Seton Hill University Theatre’s production of “Cloud 9” by British playwright Caryl Churchill. Not only are they …
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- Airmall at Pittsburgh International celebrates new stores, renovation
Four Western Pa. women head to Nashville in $1M Pillsbury Bake-OffBy Kellie B. Gormly 1:57 p.m.
It begins with a challenge. Entrants to the annual Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest must come up with an original recipe that has a maximum of seven ingredients — two of which …
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Money in politics? Look for the union labelBy Richard Berman
As the November elections get closer, voters in Pennsylvania will be bombarded with advertisements for candidates. Throw in issue advocacy advertisements and you’d be forgiven for wishing that political money would just evaporate. America’s labor unions, which have denounced the …