A judge unblocked …
A judge unblocked the release of sexually explicit emails sent among state staffers, putting the decision to release them in Kathleen Kane’s hands.See more
Pitt star running …
Pitt star running back James Conner streamlines his schedule, as he attempts to deal with distractions from the media and fans.See more
Google grants about …
Google grants about $65,000 worth of teacher fundraising requests from 58 schools in a seven-county area around Pittsburgh.See more
The Senator John …
The Senator John Heinz History Center is offering conservation workshops in its new Strip District storage facility.See more
A demand for …
A demand for nurses with advanced degrees leads universities like Robert Morris to cater to the medical industry.See more
1 dead, 1 injured in Westmoreland crashBy Tribune-Review 9:18 a.m.
The Westmoreland County Coroner’s office and state police in Greensburg were summoned to a two-vehicle accident along Route …
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Most people get it wrong about Neil Walker. Way wrong. So wrong that maybe we’ve …
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SCRANTON — Pennsylvania State Police paused to pay tribute to their fallen comrade, then got …
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Allegheny County Treasurer John Weinstein drives a fully loaded, top-of-the-line 2014 Chevy Impala, a car that sells for nearly $35,000. And the county pays for it. Department heads, sheriff’s deputies, police officers and detectives, the sheriff, a warden, the county …
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Attorneys for Norwin School District and an elementary school principal, accused in a lawsuit of intimidating and threatening a now-retired janitor, said the former employee took school administrators’ statements out …
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Range Resources Corp. will pay the largest state fine levied against a Pennsylvania shale gas driller and close five drilling wastewater impoundments in Washington County because of leaks into soil …
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Mystery writer Palumbo keeps his voice set in Western Pa.By Rege Behe
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Heinz History Center offers conservation workshops in new facilityBy Bob Karlovits
Old items are getting new lives in a 97-year-old building in the Strip District. “This is just another way of providing the area all of its history needs,” said Andy …
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What we’ve lost in IraqBy Katie Pavlich
I remember well the day the United States launched Operation Iraqi Freedom. It was March 19, 2003, spring break, and I was sitting in an RV that belonged to my best friend’s grandparents. We were parked at a campground next …