In their first …
In their first loss of the season, the Panthers saw a 10-point lead whittle away and managed just three second-half points.See more
The gas industry …
The gas industry seems to be reversing Pennsylvania’s mass exodus of young, educated workers to other states because of the lack of local jobs.See more
Westmoreland County detectives …
Westmoreland County detectives are investigating allegations that state Rep. Ted Harhai conducted campaign activities using state-owned computers.See more
Receiver Lance Moore …
Receiver Lance Moore will make his Steelers debut Sunday night, and the team hopes he can help break the offense out of its slump.See more
What some thought …
What some thought may have been alligator tracks along the Allegheny River are only prints from a local beaver, experts say.See more
Butler 911 activates stand-by plan after problems develop with radio transmission systemBy Bill Vidonic 6:02 p.m.
Butler County firefighters and ambulance crews spent Saturday at their stations as a precaution while technicians worked to …
Pitt blows 10-point lead as Iowa rallies for winBy Jerry DiPaola 6:02 p.m.
Pitt lost a halftime lead and an opportunity to gain national recognition Saturday in a …
Pittsburgh region’s covered bridges perfect for scenic fall drivesBy Rex Rutkoski
Covered bridges have no season. It is difficult to deny, however, their enhanced charm in …
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Local groups hope NFL lends supportBy Bobby Kerlik
Local domestic violence advocacy groups said they would welcome support from the NFL, which on Friday announced a wide-ranging initiative to help victims as it began the process of repairing …
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Harhai campaign emails from 2007 under review, Westmoreland County DA saysBy Rich Cholodofsky
Westmoreland County detectives are investigating allegations that state Rep. Ted Harhai and a staff member conducted campaign activities while using state-owned computers in 2007, District Attorney John Peck confirmed. Harhai, …
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Pa. unemployment rate rises to 5.8 percentBy Chris Fleisher
Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate rose for the second consecutive month in August, signaling a downward trend that economists say doesn’t bode well for the state’s economy. The state jobless rate rose …
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S. Africa’s Beukes revisits America in ‘Broken Monsters’By Ed Stoddard 4:56 p.m.
South Africa’s Lauren Beukes returns to urban America and the hunt for a serial killer in her new novel, “Broken Monsters.” Her previous best-seller, “The Shining Girls,” followed a time-traveling …
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Technical difficulties: Living with the angst of a digital dietBy Kate Benz 5:10 p.m.
We’re tethered, enslaved, panic-stricken and obsessive-compulsive about it. It gives us panic attacks, phobias, potentially stinting our psychological growth, and is most always never (ever!) out of reach — even …
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Dems may embrace filibusterBy Byron York
During Harry Reid’s tenure as Senate majority leader, there has been no dirtier word in the upper chamber than “filibuster.” On perhaps a million occasions, Reid and his Democrat colleagues have accused Republicans of using the 60-vote requirement to obstruct …