Breast Cancer Action …
Breast Cancer Action supporters are protesting a cancer awareness group’s decision to accept a donation from an oil and gas drilling equipment supplier.See more
The loss of …
The loss of historic artifacts in a fire at the Flight 93 National Memorial may be symptomatic of a larger problem afflicting the nation’s park service.See more
After blowing leads …
After blowing leads in their past two games, the Penguins look to keep their edge in the third period as well as increase their shot production.See more
Brittany Maynard is …
Brittany Maynard is a 29-year-old from California who made the choice to die on her own terms after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.See more
Pitt’s helmet design …
Pitt’s helmet design will look familiar Saturday against Georgia Tech — and from then on — as the classic script logo makes a welcome return.See more
Police investigate 2 shootings in Washington County, one of them fatalBy Bill Vidonic 11:08 a.m.
A Washington man was shot to death Saturday outside a city bar, according to the Washington County Coroner’s …
- Man robbed, shot in East Liberty 10:18 a.m.
Linebacker Harrison coming along slowly since return to SteelersBy Ralph N. Paulk
James Harrison has had four games to dust off the cobwebs after re-signing with the …
- Pens look to buck shots, goals trend 12:01 p.m.
Cafeteria worker tried to stop Washington school shooterBy The Associated Press 12:15 p.m.
MARYSVILLE, Wash. — A Washington state high school cafeteria worker tried to stop a gunman …
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Man robbed, shot in East LibertyBy Tribune-Review 10:18 a.m.
Pittsburgh police are investigating a shooting in East Liberty Saturday. A man walked into the emergency department at UPMC Shadyside with a gunshot wound to his leg, police spokeswoman Sonya Toler said. The man reported he was robbed near Negley …
- Flight 93 memorial fire hints at struggle to safeguard historic artifacts 12:03 p.m.
- DEP orders cleanup of former Jeannette Glass property to resume
- Fire at Dollar General in Rostraver under control, dispatchers say
- Monsour hospital properties sold at free-and-clear sale
- Route 217 bridge across Loyalhanna Creek reopens early
Murder charge held against Laurel Mountain manBy Bob Stiles
A Laurel Mountain man admitted to bludgeoning his girlfriend to death, one of his confidants at the Westmoreland County Prison testified Friday during a second preliminary hearing in the case. …
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- Amazon investors’ patience wears thin
- Sell-off reins in complacency
- Bond mutual funds continue to carry their weight
First Niagara sets aside $45 millionBy Chris Fleisher
First Niagara Financial Group said it has set aside $45 million to cover potential losses from a “process issue related to certain customer deposit accounts” that does not involve a security breach, and which contributed to a big third quarter …
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- One Direction bring 2015 stadium tour to Heinz Field
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‘Rocky Horror’ takes center stage at Regent Square, Greensburg venuesBy Alice T. Carter
If it’s nearly Halloween, it’s also time for fans of “The Rocky Horror Show” to do the “Time Warp” again. “The Rocky Horror Show” began in 1973 as a British …
- Blind players battle for chess championship
- Swap parties offer friendly, thrifty get-togethers
- Primanti Bros. to mail sandwiches nationwide
- Pittsburgh Whiskey festival provides exposure to new products
- First Draft: Sours are easy to appreciate but tricky to brew
- Museum honoring writer with Pittsburgh ties breaks ground in Nebraska
Foundation arranges free maid service for women with cancerBy Deborah Weisberg
When she was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, Melissa Weir, a mother of three young children, thought she could keep up with household chores, even during chemotherapy and daily …
- White House callous toward American lives
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- Things fall apart
- Predatory posturing
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Running against ObamaBy Byron York
In what is likely to become a theme of the last weeks of campaigning before the midterm elections, former President Bill Clinton all but begged voters during a visit in Arkansas not to use their vote as an expression of …