11 p.m.
Fight night: Personal attacks, court debate for GOP hopefuls

By The Associated Press
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Republican White House hopefuls insisted that President Barack Obama step aside and let his successor nominate the next Supreme Court justice, in ...

Highlands School District decries teachers union's strike notice

By Jodi Weigand and Mary Ann Thomas
The Highlands School District is calling the teachers union's strike notice a low blow to residents negatively affected by the ATI lockout. "These teachers, many of ...

I-80 in Mercer, Venango counties closed

By Tribune-Review
PennDOT says a multi-multi vehicle accident has closed part of Interstate 80 westbound until 6:30 p.m. The accident occurred just before 10 a.m., closing the interstate ...

Allegheny County health inspectors just as busy as fish-fry kitchens during Lent

By Aaron Aupperlee
Just as a Lenten fish fry at St. Margaret of Scotland School in Green Tree was getting into full swing on a Friday last year, ...

Rise in rental properties weighs on Alle-Kiski towns

By Mary Ann Thomas
Michael Gutonski, who grew up in West Tarentum in the 1960s and '70s, remembers doctors and lawyers with homes in the neighborhood. Now he's not ...

Runners chase different goals at Cupid's Chase 5K in Pittsburgh

By Aaron Aupperlee
As runners chased golden dreams Saturday at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Los Angeles, Anna Beck-Lee set her sights on a different feat along ...

Pennsylvania Lottery pays off for state's senior citizens

By Jason Cato
Darlene Henderson has played the daily Pick 4 off and on since the 1980s, though she hasn't won a substantial jackpot. Her payoff from the ...

Blind street singer's mighty voice commands attention in Oakland

By Chris Togneri
Bill Dorsey steps carefully down Forbes Avenue in Oakland. In his right hand he holds a broomstick, which doubles as a cane. He sweeps it across ...

Train station sale rankles Greensburg business leaders

By Debra Erdley
Less than two decades after a $3.5 million public investment transformed Greensburg's train station from a crumbling pigeon roost into a historic showplace, the Westmoreland ...

Investors reap rewards of booming rental market

By Mary Ann Thomas
Stagnant wages, increased housing costs and tighter credit markets have slowed home buying and fueled a rental market boom, according to the "State of the ...

Visitors' accident cancels Penn State New Kensington basketball finale

Staff and Wire Reports
The Penn State New Kensington basketball team's season finale was canceled Saturday after its opponent, Penn State Lehigh, was involved in a 50-plus vehicle pileup ...

Conflict claimed in filling vacancy on Arnold's civil service commission

By Liz Hayes
Filling vacancies on Arnold's civil service commission was not a straightforward matter Tuesday. Council unanimously appointed Daniel Sekelsky to the commission, which oversees the testing process ...

Penn State New Kensington aims to boost Alle-Kiski Valley prosperity

By Liz Hayes
Penn State New Kensington Chancellor Kevin Snider believes the success of his campus and the success of the Alle-Kiski Valley are inextricably linked. The Upper Burrell ...

Clinton steps up attacks on Sanders

By The Washington Post
HENDERSON, Nev. — Hillary Clinton took her "single issue" critique of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, even further Saturday, telling an audience in the Las Vegas ...

North Carolina schools show problems of renewed segregation

By The Washington Post
The schools around Charlotte, N.C., were once admired nationwide. They offered a model for successful racial integration — proof that a diverse community could raise ...

10 p.m.
Kiski Area claims 6th at PIAA wrestling tournament

By Paul Schofield
HERSHEY — Kiski Area wrestled two familiar opponents Saturday during the final day of the PIAA Class AAA team tournament. The Cavaliers began the day avenging ...

Louisiana train trestle fire disrupts Amtrak

By The Associated Press
NORCO, La. — Firefighters on Saturday used helicopters and airboats to douse a blaze on a train trestle west of New Orleans that left Amtrak ...

Suspect, 2 officers injured in Baton Rouge shootout

By The Associated Press
BATON ROUGE — A Baton Rouge neighborhood was awakened before dawn Saturday by a barrage of gunfire, with police saying two officers were wounded as ...

Budget cuts keep aging police cruisers on road

By The Associated Press
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Holes in the floorboards. Cracks in fenders and bumpers. Metal that sticks out of torn seats and rips uniforms. Gas gauges ...

Ligonier Borough's Diamond renovation depends on grants

By Gideon Bradshaw
Ligonier Borough is seeking private grants to proceed with plans to renovate its iconic Diamond. The project would be the first renovation of the Diamond at ...

Shopping plaza revitalizes Youngwood community

By Jacob Tierney
When Matthew Hall's job was outsourced and he was laid off from AT&T, the Youngwood man spent five years unemployed, staying at home to care ...

Clinton's attacks show she's coming 'unraveled,' Sanders says

By The Associated Press
RENO — Bernie Sanders is pronouncing himself startled by the ferocity of Hillary Clinton's attempts to take him down, saying she's coming "unraveled" by his ...

Surprise fees can follow medical procedures

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Recovering from a medical procedure is always a challenge, but getting hit with unexpected insurance fees can add financial hardship to the process. ...

9 p.m.
Columbine shooter Klebold's mother says she didn't know anything was wrong

By The Associated Press
DENVER — The mother of Columbine High School shooter Dylan Klebold says she didn't know anything was wrong with her son before the 1999 attack, ...

Penn State's shooting woes lead to loss at Nebraska

By The Associated Press
LINCOLN, Neb. — A cold and minor ear infection weren't going to limit Andrew White III, not with team captain Shavon Shields on the bench ...

After 3 decades, Pittsburgh firm finds making Baseball Hall of Fame plaques special as ever

By Bob Cohn
In early March, Tom Tsuchiya will point his orange 2011 Honda Element east and drive about five hours from Cincinnati bearing precious cargo. Once he arrives ...

Ellis School girls basketball team holds off Leechburg in 2-OT thriller

By Doug Gulasy
Ellis School and Leechburg sought school history in their WPIAL Class A playoff opener Saturday afternoon. It seemed fitting, then, that the teams played a game ...

Community rallies around Waynesburg girls basketball player who suffered stroke on court

By Bob Cohn
Almost three weeks ago, Waynesburg's Morgan McDowell underwent emergency surgery after suffering a stroke during a basketball game. Since then, her mother said, she has ...

Lawmaker, civil rights leader Lewis softens stance on Sanders

By The Associated Press
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Civil rights leader John Lewis on Saturday softened his dismissal of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' work in the 1960s on behalf ...

Rossi: Dungy stuck by Steelers ways

By Rob Rossi
The 50th Super Bowl came and went almost without mention of, certainly without much attention paid to, the greatest coach in the Big Game's history. ...

Syrian regime forces gain ground against rebels near Aleppo

By The Associated Press
BEIRUT — Syrian government forces Saturday captured a village near Aleppo, tightening the noose around rebel-held parts of the northern city, Syrian state TV and ...

Struggling to comprehend the new political landscape

By Salena Zito
In her 2003 memoir, "Living History," Hillary Clinton cited a supposed Chinese curse — "May you live in interesting times" — to describe her family's ...

Road Trip! Destination: Dayton, Ohio

By Shirley McMarlin
If you were born after the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, you missed the heyday of airline travel. When people dressed up to fly and ...

Love the 2nd time around: Divorced Harrison couple to wed on 33rd anniversary of 1st nuptials

By Joyce Hanz
Everybody loves a second chance. Celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood, and Don Johnson and Melanie Griffith all married, ...

Bare-root fruit trees reduce hassle

By Jessica Walliser
It might seem odd, but February is the perfect time to be thinking about growing fruit. Not only is it the right time to be ...

Cooking Class: Ouzo-Cured Salmon With Shaved Fennel and Tzatziki at Poros Aegean Estiatorio

By Deborah Weisberg
Cooking Class visits the kitchens of area restaurants, whose chefs share their popular recipes. Although it is named for a small ...

Despite growing numbers, Pittsburgh brewers say market is far from saturated

By Chris Togneri
Something strange is happening in Squirrel Hill. The Independent Brewing Co. — a pub founded two years ago on the business model of selling only locally ...

Army recruiters to assess would-be soldierswith gymnastic tests

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Beginning this summer, a visit to a local Army recruiting office will include a new set of gymnastic tests to help determine what ...

Don't destroy downtowns over passing retail trends

By John Conti
The borough of Lewistown, like so many other small towns in Pennsylvania, is selling its soul to a drugstore chain. About 30 miles south of ...

Pittsburgh Opera sees Gibson's story as a home run

By Mark Kanny
Finally, after 77 years of existence, Pittsburgh Opera will present its first world premiere in the 2016-17 season. The season will include six operas altogether, ...

Downtown Pittsburgh exhibit showcases artists' works of healing, empathy

By Kurt Shaw
"The Invisible One," an exhibit at the Society for Contemporary Craft's satellite gallery in the Steel Plaza T-Station, encourages viewers to consider the implications of ...

Notes from the margins

By Colin McNickle
World markets continue to shiver and shake and more than a few of us wonder if we need to brace for a quake. Central ...

Consider staying power when selecting tile

By Angies List
Jumping headfirst into the latest bathroom tile trend runs the risk of falling out of vogue, leaving the bathroom looking dated. Since tile lasts 20 ...

The Box

By Tribune-Review
Dear Mother Nature: By garsh, we see a daffodil cracking through that block of ice. Yours, Old Man River. ...

Sunday pops

By Tribune-Review
The editorial page calumnists at The New York Times charge that the Supreme Court engaged in partisan politics with its decision to stay enforcement of ...

Newsmaker: Elon Denio

By Elizabeth Behrman
Noteworthy: The American Chemical Society honored Denio with the Undergraduate Award in Organic Chemistry, which recognizes college seniors who display a significant aptitude for organic ...

Verbatim

By Tribune-Review
"It was many and many a year ago, "In a kingdom by the sea, "That a maiden there lived whom you may know "By the name of Annabel ...

Homemade chicken soup when there's no time for homemade

By Katie Workman
Homemade chicken noodle soup is well known as a panacea for whatever ails you, but the time it takes to pull it together is not ...

Women struggle to escape unemployment, study finds

By Chris Fleisher
Losing her job was a shock, but Tonita Hunter never imagined that after three decades in the insurance business, she would be looking to reinvent ...

Bright Lines: Trib readers weigh in on the Penn Hills School District's financial problems and diversity issues

By Tribune-Review
Trib readers weigh in on the Penn Hills School District's financial problems and diversity issues: Phillip Menkowski, McCandless: Instead of the Penn Hills ...

Reviews: Elton John offers a classy, 'Crazy Night'

By Tribune-Review
'Wonderful Crazy Night' Elton John (Island) Elton John puts some pep in his pop on "Wonderful Crazy Night," a more upbeat, natural-sounding album ...

New UPMC hospital unnecessary

By Tribune-Review
Regarding "UPMC plan for South Hills hospital puts loose oversight in spotlight" : Public participation and conversation about where and how our hospitals and care ...

Hillary Clinton's email scandal: Whodunit?

By Colbert King
There is nothing trivial about a secretary of State having top-secret information on an unsecured computer in her home. That appears to have been the ...

Fox, Green split from Toluca Lake home

By The Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — Actors Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green, who are in the process of divorcing, have begun to unload their real estate assets. ...

Symptomatic segregation

By Tribune-Review
Regarding Natasha Lindstrom's article "Segregation in Pittsburgh-area schools an enduring issue" : Is segregation in public schools the disease or merely the symptom? Why is ...

Let's keep the dog debates in perspective

By Joe Wos
Joy Braunstein, the former executive director of the Western PA Humane Society, stepped down from her post after being dogged by calls for her dismissal. ...

Politicians should step up for workers

By Tribune-Review
It was wonderful to see U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle and state Rep. Frank Dermody seeking stop-gap assistance for the locked-out Allegheny Technologies Inc. workers. But where ...

UPMC ignited hospital controversy

By Tribune-Review
Let's see if I have this straight. UPMC, a nonprofit hospital chain that started an insurance company, objected to Highmark, an insurance company, buying a ...

Trump's courageous audacity

By Tribune-Review
God bless Donald Trump, a man unafraid to speak his mind. What a blessing for those modern Americans bullied into silence like the folks in ...

Of pipes and hatchets

By Tribune-Review
My parents, who are in their 80s, rattled off the real birth dates of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington but had to think for ...

Cook like a superstar with puffy souffles

By Emma Christensen
I believe everyone should try making a chocolate souffle at least once in their lives. Not only are they one of the most heavenly things ...

The toxicity of Social Security

By Thomas Sowell
One of the most misleading uses of the notion of entitlement is to say that people who paid into Social Security for years are entitled ...

Society gone to the dogs

By Tribune-Review
Society gone to the dogs Regarding "Western Pa. Humane Society leader resigns amid furor over dog purchase" : At first I thought how ridiculous ...

Defending America: We must immediately ramp up our national missile defense program

By John Bolton
North Korea launched its second Earth satellite last Sunday, underscoring its continuing progress toward deliverable nuclear weapons. Coming just a month after Pyongyang's fourth nuclear ...

For Jagger, 'Vinyl's' story is a familiar world

By Meredith Blake
Sometime in the mid-'90s, after grunge and before the boy band era, Mick Jagger approached Martin Scorsese with an idea for a movie about the ...

London museum gives guitarist's fans the Hendrix at-home experience

By Jill Lawless
When he was not being a string-shredding, amp-blasting guitar hero, Jimi Hendrix liked nothing better than to sit at home drinking tea and watching the ...

Election years are prime time for workplace conflict

By Diane Stafford
The lunchroom conversation started out with what seemed to be a simple observation about the news — a comment about results of the Iowa caucuses. ...

Be bold with the filling in these flautas

By Mario Batali
I learned from my Mario by Mary catering pal, Mary Giuliani, that it's best to serve a passed appetizer that doesn't actually look like I ...

Restaurant-style Thai chicken dish can be easily made at home

By Tribune-Review
My favorite Thai restaurant serves an amazing chicken sate with a creamy, slightly exotic sauce. Cubes or thin slices of chicken are marinated, threaded onto ...

Top commercial and residential real estate deals — Feb. 14

By Tribune-Review
Deals of the Week A quick look at recent retail, commercial and industrial projects, sales and leases of note in Western Pennsylvania: $5 million ...

Unproductive royalty

By Tribune-Review
Another day, another speech, another thumb-nose to the people. Still calling each other names and considering it working for the people? Eight months ago, every ...

Post-New Hampshire: Losers & winners

By Joseph Sabino Mistick
For all the commotion coming out of New Hampshire last week, it would be easy to believe that the voters of the Granite State have ...

Wolf hungry for tax revenue

By Tribune-Review
The governor's 2016-17 budget plan luckily contained no tax increases but his "revenue enhancements" were quite noteworthy. Among those revenue enhancements was an expansion in ...

Is this the end?

By Dan Zak
In one of the opening scenes of "Ghostbusters II," a washed-up Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) shoots an episode of his rinky-dink TV show "World of ...

New Jersey residents against natural-gas pipelines touted as vital projects

By Bloomberg
Not in my backyard, under my street, through my woods, near my dream house or, for that matter, around my chubsuckers. Thousands of New Jerseyans want ...

Actor Tom Ellis relishes role on 'Lucifer'

By Rick Bentley
Tom Ellis is enjoying the devilish role he's getting to play on the Fox series "Lucifer." It seems that the devil has gotten tired of ...

How to prevent presidential candidates from spreading the common cold

By Tom Purcell
Global markets appear to be poised for another panic, the presidential campaign isn't giving us much to choose from, and we just surpassed $19 trillion ...

The latest chapter in 'The Kane Chronicles'

By Brad Bumsted
HARRISBURG As Attorney General Kathleen Kane dodged a removal vote in the state Senate, word continued to circulate about the prospect of federal wiretap recordings ...

Price tag varies to do taxes yourself

By The Washington Post
By now you may have your W-2, 1099 forms and the other documents you'll need to prepare your tax return. But the question remains: How ...

The 'progressive' itch to regulate speech

By George F. Will
WASHINGTON Bernie Sanders, greedy for power to punish people he considers greedy, has occasioned 2016's best joke (reported in Bloomberg Businessweek): "In the Bernie Sanders ...

Zika virus causes business uptick

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK — Some small U.S. companies are getting an influx in calls — and in some cases, unexpected business — because of fears about ...

Amped-up leveraged funds flourish during market chaos

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK — That second scoop or slice makes everything so much better. So why not double the fun investing, too? Investors in search of ...

Artist found fulfillment in restoration

By Aaron Aupperlee
Carroll Westfall painted new life into countless works of old, faded and damaged art. The Lower Burrell art restorer touched up pieces from the greats, works ...

Saving Pennsylvania: How we govern

By Tribune-Review
Perhaps Jay Costa put it best. On the day the Pennsylvania Senate rejected an arcane methodology to remove an embattled state attorney general (one that ...

Noise hinders learning in children, researchers say

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — From the cacophony of day care to the buzz of TV and electronic toys, noise is more distracting to a child's brain than ...

8 p.m.
Gorman: Protecting tradition at all costs

By Kevin Gorman
Something was lost in the commotion over the announcement that the two smallest classifications won't get to play in the WPIAL football finals at Heinz ...

Highlands' effort to win playoff game thwarted by Keystone Oaks

By Bill Beckner Jr.
Highlands poked and prodded at Keystone Oaks' lead. But every time the Golden Rams got close, the Eagles did something to keep momentum on their side. That ...

Pine-Richland clears hurdle to advance in WPIAL boys basketball playoffs

By Chris Harlan
Pine-Richland aspires to win the school's first WPIAL basketball title this season but will cherish this first-round win as well. For this year's roster, it also ...

Belle Vernon battles back to take 3rd at PIAA team championships

By Paul Schofield
HERSHEY — Senior Hunter Ferrara and junior Billy Korber were unlikely heroes Saturday at the PIAA Class AAA team wrestling championships. With a team full of ...

Deer Lakes girls basketball team uses defense to oust Greensburg Salem from WPIAL playoffs

By George Guido
Early defensive pressure and strong outside shooting by Deer Lakes led the Lancers to a 62-54 victory Saturday in a preliminary-round contest over Greensburg Salem ...

Pryor leads Robert Morris to narrow victory over Fairleigh Dickinson

By The Associated Press
TEANECK, N.J. — Rodney Pryor had 27 points and a career-high 14 rebounds, and his floater with just over a minute remaining helped Robert Morris ...

Russian Prime Minister Medvedev: 'We have slid back to a new Cold War'

By The Associated Press
MUNICH — Russia's prime minister accused NATO on Saturday of restarting the Cold War amid increased military maneuvers and troop deployments to countries neighboring Russia ...

Local runners fall short at U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials

By Karen Price
Clara Santucci's Olympic hopes unraveled Saturday on the streets of Los Angeles. A painful hamstring caused Santucci of Greene County to drop out of the U.S. ...

With Pitt next, North Carolina coach aims to keep team focused on playing consistently

By John Harris
North Carolina is No. 9 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll and has not lost at home this season. The Tar Heels (20-4, 9-2 ACC) ...

Penguins' Crosby turning heads with scoring resurgence

By Jonathan Bombulie
RALEIGH, N.C. — For the first six seasons of his career, Carolina Hurricanes center Jordan Staal had Sidney Crosby as a teammate. For the past ...

Brazil's military takes up fight against Zika

By The Associated Press
SAO PAULO — More than 200,000 army, navy and air force troops fanned out across Brazil on Saturday to teach people how to eliminate the ...

7 p.m.
1 dead in wreck on McKnight Road in Ross

By Tribune-Review
A two-vehicle crash left a man dead near the 4700 block of McKnight Road in Ross on Saturday night, an emergency response official said. Another adult ...

High school roundup: No. 6 Plum topples Penn-Trafford in OT

By Staff Reports
Senior Jack Marold buried a 3-pointer with 23 seconds to go in overtime and Kevin Brown added a pair of free throws to help No. ...

Questions surround Pirates starting rotation as spring training looms

By Rob Biertempfel
BRADENTON, Fla. — J.A. Happ's $36 million windfall in November was the harbinger of a hard winter for Pirates general manager Neal Huntington. At the start ...

Scalia remembered as blunt but charming during visit to Pittsburgh

By Tory N. Parrish
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was not one to put on airs, nor was he keen on sitting a long time for photo opportunities, ...

In Mexico, Francis delivers pointed criticism of government, church leaders

By The Associated Press
MEXICO CITY — Pope Francis issued a tough-love message to Mexico's political and church elites Saturday, telling them they have a duty to provide their ...

Egypt's President Sisi claims government turmoil over

By The Associated Press
CAIRO — Egypt's president said Saturday that his country has established democratic and constitutional rule after years of turmoil following the 2011 uprising, but rights ...

App makers harness smartphones to send earthquake alerts

By The Los Angeles Times
When the earth shakes in California, the first place you are likely to hear about it is on social media. "Earthquake!" "Did you feel that?" and ...

6 p.m.
NHL notebook: Wild fire coach Yeo after 8th consecutive defeat

Wire Reports
The Minnesota Wild have fired coach Mike Yeo and named John Torchetti the interim replacement. Yeo, a former Penguins assistant, was relieved of his duties ...

Holton returns from suspension in WVU's rout of TCU

By The Associated Press
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Jonathan Holton returned from a suspension and after leading No. 10 West Virginia to an easy victory, he seemed to understand why ...

Pennsylvania Game Commission cuts more staff

By Bob Frye
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is cutting more staff. Just before the end of the year — citing ongoing financial struggles — the commission furloughed two full-time ...

Unseasonably warm temperatures bad for ice fishermen

By Bob Frye
At least you still can hunt when it's warm. Remember this past deer season? Temperatures were relatively mild, and there was lots of rain, but you ...

Sprint Cup drivers favor NASCAR rules change

By Ralph N. Paulk
It was a frustrating 2015 Sprint Cup season for Kyle Larson, partly because he and crew chief Chris Heroy struggled with the new rules package. They ...

McMurray seeking early momentum at Daytona 500

By Ralph N. Paulk
Jamie McMurray, pinned along the apron at Dover International Speedway last fall, watched helplessly as Dale Earnhardt Jr. pushed the No. 88 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet ...

Iowa boarding school detained them in 'isolation boxes,' former students say

By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY, Iowa — A boarding school for troubled teenagers in Iowa that is being investigated by the FBI routinely kept pupils in small concrete ...

5 p.m.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dead at 79

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the Supreme Court, has died, leaving the high court without its conservative majority ...

Outdoor notices: Feb. 14, 2016

By Bob Frye
Rifle/trap leagues • Dormont-Mt. Lebanon (10-1) maintained its grip on first place in the Pittsburgh and Suburban Rifle League in week 11 action by defeating ...

Frye: Sick bugs may trouble grouse

By Bob Frye
As if mosquitoes weren't aggravating enough. Now it seems they might be playing a role — potentially a large one — in the decline of ...

Rondinelli: Citing factors for trap shoot dropoff

By Charles Rondinelli
The Amateur Trapshooting Association has been through turmoil since last fall, and the fallout is being felt in Western Pennsylvania. After six months of intensive ...

4 p.m.
Penguins notebook: Sprong could see time with AHL affiliate

By Jonathan Bombulie
Second-round draft pick Daniel Sprong has put up robust numbers since the Penguins sent him to his junior team in December, racking up 10 goals ...

3 p.m.
Real Estate Notes

By Tribune-Review
• S&S Invest Properties Western PA will seek the approval of the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment to construct nine two-story attached dwellings with integral ...

Time spent working as a carpenter informs Tim Johnston's 'Descent'

By Connie Ogle
Tim Johnston has degrees from the University of Iowa and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He teaches in the creative writing program at the University ...

Review: 'A Sky the Color of Chaos' provides a harrowing memoir of childhood in Haiti

By Amy Reyes
The sense of menace that hovers over M.J. Fièvre's childhood in Haiti, which she documents in her harrowing memoir, "A Sky the Color of Chaos," ...

Top Sports Pics - Feb. 13, 2016

By Tribune-Review
Top sports images from around the globe. ...

2 p.m.
Pittsburgh man in wheelchair missing for a week

By Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh police are searching for Eric Kunkle, who was last seen a week ago leaving a care home in Shadyside. Kunkle, 39, was in a ...

3 killed, dozens injured in huge pileup on Interstate 78 in central Pa.

By The Associated Press
FREDERICKSBURG — A pileup involving dozens of vehicles on a Pennsylvania interstate that killed three people and sent more than 40 to hospitals appears to ...

Saturday - Feb. 13, 2016

By Tribune-Review
Daily images from across the region by Tribune-Review staff photographers. ...

1 p.m.
Pittsburgh-area dogs ready to compete at Westminster Dog Show

By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
These canines want to be top dog. "It would be nice to go out on top," says Coleen McGee, handler for 8-year-old James, a Spinone ...

Police say Jeannette man held gun to man's throat

By Tribune-Review
State police in Greensburg issued a warrant Friday for the arrest of David William Peterson, 18, of Jeannette, on charges of attempted robbery and aggravated ...

Kane gets 2 weeks to give ethics board Justice Eakin emails

By The Associated Press
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's judicial ethics court has given Attorney General Kathleen Kane two weeks to produce material for a pending disciplinary case against Supreme Court ...

First Draft: Spring Hill vision inspired by farm brewery concept

By Chris Fleisher
Beneath the derelict social hall's oil-saturated bowling lanes and broken floorboards are the nutrients that will give Greg Kamerdze's beer its terroir. Hops, honey, maybe ...

Noon
Washington Co. drug bust nets nearly 800 stamp bags of heroin

By Tribune-Review
A joint federal-local drug task force seized 785 stamp bags of heroin, 4 ounces of cocaine and more than $9,000 in cash when authorities executed ...

Recycling TVs no easy task in Pennsylvania

By Tory N. Parrish
Steve Shearson didn't realize how much effort a giveaway would require. For three weeks, the Rostraver resident tried unsuccessfully to recycle a Sony 43-inch, rear-projection TV ...

11 a.m.
Kiski Township police warn drivers of impostors

By Chuck Biedka
Police are investigating a report that two gun-toting police impostors may have pulled over a driver Wednesday in Kiski Township. A car with flashing red and ...

Russian PM accuses West of rekindling the Cold War

By The Associated Press
MUNICH — Russia's prime minister accused the West on Saturday of rekindling the Cold War, telling a meeting of top defense officials, diplomats and national ...

10 a.m.
Aliquippa man convicted of 3rd-degree murder in girlfriend's 2014 death

By The Associated Press
An Aliquippa man has been convicted of third-degree murder in the stabbing death of his girlfriend in her home. Jurors convicted James Turner, 59, on Friday ...

9 a.m.
Hays bald eagles lay first egg of season

By Mary Ann Thomas
Coming off a loss of their clutch of eggs last year, the Hays bald eagles rallied back, laying their first egg this season late Friday ...