A man and …
A man and a woman were fatally shot this morning after witnesses heard multiple gunshots in the Parnassus section of the city.See more
Connellsville City Council …
Connellsville City Council passed the first read of what some residents believe is a long-overdue law to combat blight.See more
A federal grand …
A federal grand jury that heard testimony from former Mayor Luke Ravenstahl’s aides wraps up its work with no public indictments.See more
Five fine-dining establishments …
Five fine-dining establishments from Pittsburgh will vie for the title at this weekend’s Taste of the Championships.See more
Banana-split lovers will …
Banana-split lovers will be able to get their fill this week at the second annual Great American Banana Split Celebration in downtown Latrobe.See more
Security guard acquitted in October shooting in HomewoodBy Adam Brandolph 6:04 p.m.
An Allegheny County judge on Wednesday acquitted a security guard who shot an unarmed man …
Steelers are hoping to mirror Eagles’ full-bore, no-huddle offenseBy Alan Robinson
Ben Roethlisberger can’t wait to see how the Steelers’ no-huddle offense operates road Thursday night …
- Commitment by Steelers’ Gilbert pays off 5:42 p.m.
111-year-old from Japan recognized as oldest manBy The Associated Press 6:00 p.m.
TOKYO — A 111-year-old retired Japanese educator who enjoys poetry has been recognized as the …
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- Pittsburgh, Allegheny County completing 911 center merger 6:10 p.m.
- Security guard acquitted in October shooting in Homewood 6:04 p.m.
- Jury convicts Pittsburgh man for Homestead slaying 3:54 p.m.
- DEP revises announcement: Coal fire not threatening visibility for air traffic at Pittsburgh airport 6:20 p.m.
About 250 households still without power because of stormsBy Staff Wire Reports 5:01 p.m.
About 250 customers of Duquesne Light were still without power Wednesday afternoon, according to the company’s website. The company said 200 customers in Forest Hills and 50 in Braddock Hills were affected. Storms early Wednesday initially knocked out power to …
- Police look for Derry driver who crashed into house 4:09 p.m.
- Mt. Pleasant police chief Ober retires
- Western Pa. Operation Nighthawk traffic patrol yields 38 arrests
- Lawyer claims medical issues kept Sewickley Township man from contempt hearing
- Monessen man’s homicide trial set
New Stanton to craft comprehensive plan to prove borough ‘more than’ turnpike exitBy Jacob Tierney
New Stanton Council President Scott Sistek said he wants the community to be seen as more than just a stop off of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The borough is working with the Westmoreland County planning department on a comprehensive plan to …
- Sales, profit fall at retailer American Eagle Outfitters 6:08 p.m.
- Kennametal’s CEO to retire at yearend
- Dick’s beats expectations, but golf sinks profits
- Upbeat earnings, housing reports pump up stock market
- Designer sues Barnes & Noble over backpack profits
Cash stash bolsters U.S. SteelBy John D. Oravecz
Cost cuts are not the only savings U.S. Steel Corp. CEO Mario Longhi is using to battle the company’s slump. Longhi has stashed nearly $1.5 billion in cash in the …
- So Many Questions: Howie Mandel wants people to get the AFib facts 3:36 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra makes ‘great strides’ financially, audit shows
- Duet for life: Allegheny Township’s Suzy and Byron draw strength from music ministry
- Murals give youngsters chance to shine, memorialize Pittsburgh playwright
Pittsburgh restaurants vie for title at Taste of the ChampionshipsBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
They won’t be swinging from parallel bars or trying to stay upright on a 4-inch-wide balance beam, but some local chefs will be involved in a competition of their own …
- Wine Cellar: Late-August foods require a certain type of wine
- Bartenders are discovering some inventive ways to use craft brews
- Alfresco Italian Garden Dinner fundraiser highlights local fare
- Healthy Eating: Corn adds sunny side to dinner omelet with salmon
- Visit Pittsburgh continues to draw groups to town 3:36 p.m.
- Pittsburgh Creative Arts Festival will teach crafts, skills, history
Latrobe again plays host to Great American Banana Split CelebrationBy Cynthia Bombach Helzel
Banana-split lovers will be able to get their fill this week at the second annual Great American Banana Split Celebration in downtown Latrobe. The dessert was invented in the city …
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Is Ferguson our future?By Pat Buchanan
“America is on trial,” said the Rev. Al Sharpton from the pulpit of Greater St. Mark’s Family Church in Ferguson, Mo. At issue, the shooting death of Michael Brown, Saturday a week ago, on the main street of that city …