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Western Pennsylvanians begin cleanup after strong storms, flooding 

Mark Striner spent five hours on Sunday pressure washing his Breakneck Road home in northern Fayette County, but by 9 p.m., it had rained so ...

Actor Gene Wilder dies at 83

LOS ANGELES — Gene Wilder, the frizzy-haired actor who brought his deft comedic touch to such unforgettable roles as the neurotic accountant in "The Producers" ...

Mylan launching cheaper, generic version of EpiPen

Mylan will start selling a cheaper version of its EpiPen after absorbing waves of criticism over a list price for the emergency allergy treatment that ...

Research firm: Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills' value sinks to $11 million

The value of the Galleria at Pittsburgh Mills mall is getting "dangerously low," a Duquesne University marketing professor says. The value of the Frazer mall ...

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Pittsburgh to repair floodgate warning system on Washington Boulevard

Pittsburgh will repair and conduct periodic testing of a floodgate warning system designed to prevent motorists from driving onto Washington Boulevard during heavy downpours like ...

Pittsburgh officials clear Allegheny Building to open Wednesday

The Allegheny Building passed a city inspection of its fire suppression system and the Downtown structure is cleared to open as planned on Wednesday, city ...

Iceoplex owner accused of not paying $1.5M in payroll taxes

The owner of the Iceoplex at Southpointe and several other businesses withheld more than $1.5 million in taxes from employees' paychecks without handing the money ...

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Americans cut online ties because of bitter election, study finds

Bob Topich challenged his Facebook friends to stop writing, sharing and liking posts about politics during last month's Republican and Democratic national conventions. "One friend replied, ...

Politics
Trump plans detailed immigration talk as questions remain

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump says he'll deliver a detailed speech Wednesday on his proposal to crack down on illegal immigration - but it's anyone's guess ...

Westmoreland
Fire companies battle blaze in Ligonier Borough

Authorities said an electrical fire damaged a three-story building that houses a restaurant, art gallery and consignment store in Ligonier Borough's business district Monday. Police Chief ...

Valley News Dispatch
Highlands School Board, teacher union, voting on tentative contract

Members of the Highlands School District teacher union are voting on a proposed new labor contract Monday, casting ballots until 6 p.m. at the Brackenridge ...

Sports
Steelers' Villanueva stands with minorities, but not Kaepernick's approach

Steelers left tackle Alejandro Villanueva – a decorated former Army Ranger who had three tours ...

Rutherford optimistic team can overcome injures for start of season

General manager Jim Rutherford expressed optimism that his team's injured players, including star winger Phil ...

Steelers' Jones 'ready for anything' this season

The time is now for Jarvis Jones. The fourth-year outside linebacker spent the first three seasons ...

FCS preview: Defending NEC champ Duquesne looks to return to postseason

It's a running joke in the Duquesne football program: Every season, the Dukes consider putting in a package of offensive plays for linebacker Christian Kuntz. "He ...

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NFL notebook: 49ers' Kaepernick stands by controversial decision

Defiant and determined to be a conduit for change, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick plans to sit through the national anthem for as long as he ...

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Hypocrisy on presidential golf

One of the most exhausting things about politics is a mindset that says "scandal for thee, but not for me." Consider the perennial (alleged) scandal ...

Eric Heyl
Heyl: As seniors and hipsters descend, make sure you know the difference

Hookah fanatics have many reasons to settle in Pittsburgh. So do shuffleboard-playing septuagenarians. But although they share favorable living conditions here, there are subtle but important ...

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