A Canadian soldier …
A Canadian soldier was fatally shot before gunfire erupted in Parliament and the suspected gunman was killed, police said.See more
Randy Dearth, the …
Randy Dearth, the CEO of Calgon Carbon Corp., preps his company for a potential boom in demand for its main product, activated carbon.See more
Marc-Andre Fleury, the …
Marc-Andre Fleury, the Penguins’ longest-tenured player, is as key to the team’s identity as Sid or Geno, Rob Rossi writes.See more
A judge ordered …
A judge ordered two brothers to pay a fine and remove debris from a former Christmas display site at a house in Ross Township.See more
About 400 people, …
About 400 people, including politicians and active and retired service members, attend the opening of a new commissary in Moon.See more
Firefighters rescue woman from burning home in ScottBy Michael Hasch 10:19 p.m.
A woman was so scared as she gasped for air in the thick black smoke …
Nearing season’s midpoint, Steelers still have issues to sort outBy Alan Robinson
The Steelers will hit the midpoint of their season Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts still …
Pitt research suggests link between autism, dirty airBy Adam Smeltz
University of Pittsburgh research suggests a possible link between childhood autism and exposure to dirty air, according to …
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Prosecutors say cyanide-death defendant Ferrante tested toxin on mice to gauge effect on humanBy Adam Brandolph 10:08 p.m.
Prosecutors want to present evidence that a University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of fatally poisoning his wife once tested a brain-damaging toxin on a lab mouse so he could gauge its effect on a human, a document filed by his …
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Bomb threat found at Franklin Regional High SchoolBy Tribune-Review 9:07 p.m.
Murrysville police and officers from other local departments are searching Franklin Regional High School after a reported bomb threat was found in a girls’ bathroom Wednesday afternoon, according to Assistant Superintendent Mary Catherine Reljac. The threat was found after the …
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Calgon Carbon poised for explosive growthBy John D. Oravecz
In a little more than two years as CEO of Calgon Carbon Corp., Randy Dearth has begun companywide restructuring and decided to move its headquarters from Robinson to a building …
- Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Divine Travel’ embraces the quirky 9:11 p.m.
- Bricolage’s ‘SCarrie!’ splashes together parody with cult classic 9:01 p.m.
- Mezzo might be the youngest in Sienna Mercato family, but it earns identity 9:00 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Bottleshop in Bridgeville more than just a place for brews 9:02 p.m.
- Finnbogi Petursson’s ‘Second/Second’ addresses the connection of water, sound, frequency 9:13 p.m.
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Pittsburgh Ballet starts 45th season with classic ‘Sleeping Beauty’By Mark Kanny 9:12 p.m.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will celebrate the opening of its 45th season with one of the jewels of its repertoire, a popular and iconic ballet it last presented five years ago. …
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Sweet, gruesome treats and crafts combine in Halloween partyBy Staff and Wire Reports
It’s a big year for Halloween celebrations. The National Retail Federation estimates that Americans will spend $2.8 billion on Halloween costumes, including $1.4 billion on adult costumes. Pets will account …
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Embarrassing economistsBy Walter Williams 9:00 p.m.
So as to give some perspective, I’m going to ask readers for their guesses about human behavior before explaining my embarrassment by some of my fellow economists. Suppose the prices of ladies jewelry rose by 100 percent. What would you …