Needing a win …
Needing a win to help its NCAA Tournament resume, Pitt’s Josh Newkirk hit a game-tying jumper at the buzzer and the Panthers topped Clemson in overtime.See more
Kittanning’s Jason Nolf …
Kittanning’s Jason Nolf and Avella’s Jake Temple each won state Class AA titles to cap undefeated seasons, and Burrell’s Steve Edwards also grabbed gold.See more
Penn Hills Council …
Penn Hills Council voted to remove the name of a late philanthropist from the library because his estate failed to follow through on a pledge of $1.1 million.See more
Former Pitt football …
Former Pitt football player Bill Glassford — believed to be the oldest known Panthers football letterman — turns 100 today.See more
Dominated by white …
Dominated by white male workers, companies in the Marcellus shale drilling industry are aiming to become more diverse as hiring continues to spike.See more
Man injured in fight outside South Side barBy Tribune-Review 7:24 p.m.
A man was stabbed early Saturday morning during a fight outside a South Side bar but was taken …
Pitt rallies in final seconds of regulation en route to OT win at ClemsonBy Kevin Gorman 8:22 p.m.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Pitt’s inaugural ACC season has been defined by last-minute losses and buzzer …
- Robert Morris advances to NEC title game 8:13 p.m.
Oil slicks spotted in hunt for jet with 239 aboardBy The Associated Press 8:14 p.m.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Two large oil slicks spotted Saturday by the Vietnamese air force …
- County confirms bacteria source of Northview Heights boy’s death 5:14 p.m.
- Man injured in fight outside South Side bar 7:24 p.m.
- Web of surveillance videos helps ensnare suspect in East Liberty slayings
- National expert tells Pittsburgh providers to expect a cost crisis in cancer care
East Hills brawl involves 50 people, nets at least 1 arrestBy Bill Vidonic
About 50 people fought outside an East Hills apartment complex late Friday, police said, with several people shooting at each other. No one was injured, police said, and at least one person was arrested at East Hills Park Apartments around …
- Jeannette to use grant to secure Monsour
- Greensburg woman accused of assaulting nurse in Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital
- Unity woman loses appeal of DUI conviction
- Wilkinsburg man jailed in heroin overdose case
- Westmoreland man’s walk in Niagara Falls State Park wasn’t allowed, police say
Fuel spill discovered on Loyalhanna CreekBy Tribune-Review 5:39 p.m.
Westmoreland County emergency responders were working on Saturday to contain a fuel spill that stretched from Latrobe into Derry Township on Loyalhanna Creek. “There’s a sheen on the water,” Bradenville fire Chief Mark Piantine said. County hazmat, several fire companies …
- Employers nationwide added 175K jobs despite harsh weather
- California man named as bitcoin creator denies involvement
- U.S. trade deficit rose to $39.1 billion in January
- Encouraging employment report fails to stir much excitement to stock markets
- JPMorgan whistle-blower gets $64M for mortgage fraud tips
Minorities crucial to filling Marcellus shale gas drilling jobsBy Timothy Puko
For Jade Morel, the labor landscape in Pennsylvania looks a lot different from what it did when she was growing up near Johnstown. Morel, 35, had to move to Texas …
- Must-see works to catch before Carnegie exhibit ends
- Ballet du Grand Theatre de Geneve brings ‘Glory’ to Byham
- Review: Consortium’s ‘All That Jazz’ an experience to treasure
- City Theatre welcomes returning playwrights for 2014-15 season
Visit ‘Jerusalem’ on the big screen, if not in personBy Kellie B. Gormly
A visit to Jerusalem, an “ultimate bucket-list destination for most people,” won’t likely happen for many because of cost and fears about volatility in the Middle East, but seeing the …
- Romance author Macomber highlight of annual knitting festival
- Homework: Free tree-care workshop; Easter flower sale
- Word guy: ‘Ragamuffin’ has origin in allegorical poem
- The iconic wrap dress marks 40 years of classic style
Warm weather could lure DIYers to Duquesne Light Home and Garden ShowBy Bob Karlovits
Andy Monte believes the weekend’s weather could be the “perfect non-storm” for the Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show. The owner of American Structures and Patios said the pleasant, but …
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Convolutions of a conflicted senatorBy Alan Wallace
The damage-control lengths to which a politician with a newly exposed conflict of interest will go are amazing. Consider how freshman U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., reacted to a Trib editorial that criticized him for opposing the Keystone XL pipeline …