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2 shot in Mt. Washington on Saturday night

By Brian Bowling
Two people were shot in Mt. Washington on Saturday night, including a 15-year-old boy. Pittsburgh Public Safety spokesman Sonya Toler said police found a 19-year-old man ...

Carrick KFC robbed Saturday night

By Tribune-Review
The Kentucky Fried Chicken in the Carrick section of Pittsburgh was robbed at gunpoint Saturday night. Three black males, two with guns, entered the restaurant in ...

Project prints prosthetic hands for kids in need

By Phillip Poupore
Kyle Gramling's favorite place in Pittsburgh growing up was the Carnegie Science Center. The Peters native said despite not fully understanding everything he saw there, he ...

Bloomquist wins third Firecracker 100 at Lernerville

By Thomas Zuck
Lernerville Speedway took a beating Saturday as the World of Outlaws Firecracker 100 completed with a doubleheader event that started in the afternoon and finished ...

Teen left in limbo by FDA inaction on muscular dystrophy treatment

By Wes Venteicher
By now, Billy Ellsworth shouldn't be walking, but he is. The 15-year-old Coraopolis boy has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a rare genetic disorder that starves muscles of ...

Bishop of the people Malesic marks year with Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg

By Debra Erdley
Growing up Roman Catholic, Joanna Stillwagon was in awe of the church's bishops. They were venerated, exalted, revered. Then Stillwagon, 69, of Unity met Edward C. Malesic, ...

Trib columnist Heyl, photographer Russell win in national competitions

By Tribune-Review
Two Tribune-Review journalists won first-place awards in national competitions. Metro columnist Eric Heyl was named best columnist in the humor category among U.S. newspapers with a ...

Scouting report: Pirates vs. Dodgers, Sunday, June 26, 2016

By Rob Biertempfel
Today vs. Dodgers 8:05 p.m. PNC PARK TV/radio: ESPN/ 93.7 FM, 1450 AM, 1480 AM, Pirates Radio Network Probable pitchers Pirates RHP CHAD KUHL e_SFlb(MLB debut) ...

New priests, deacons add to Catholic parishes in Pittsburgh diocese

By Tom Fontaine
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh ordained three men as priests and three as deacons Saturday, two weeks after announcing mergers involving 10 parishes that share ...

Patrons flock to renovated Knoxville branch of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

By Tom Fontaine
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's newly renovated Knoxville branch has attracted more visitors since reopening Monday — more than 7,100 — than it did in all ...

Columnist Will bolts GOP over candidate

By The Washington Post
Conservative columnist George Will has left the Republican Party over its presumptive nomination of Donald Trump. Will, who writes a column for The Washington Post, announced ...

East Coast states want to tax drivers' travel, not their gas

By The Washington Post
A group of East Coast states wants to help overhaul the way America pays for its decaying roads, and it's starting with Monopoly money. Delaware, Pennsylvania, ...

Festival benefits Scottdale family's recovery from Youngwood car crash

By Kari Andren
As Sandy Santmyer watches her family recover from a nearly fatal car crash last month, she said it's like "witnessing miracles every day." Santmyer's daughter and ...

Mock Mars soil produces edible food

By The Washington Post
Three months ago, scientists from Wageningen University and Research Center in the Netherlands announced that they'd managed to coax real plants out of simulated Martian ...

Maryland pot farming could be big business

By The Washington Post
The people lining up to profit from Maryland's legal medical marijuana market include former sheriffs and state lawmakers, wealthy business executives and well-connected political donors, ...

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Amid glut of Chinese wares, Egypt merchants laud increased tariffs on imports

By Betsy Hiel
CAIRO — Shops in the medieval-era bazaar known as the Khan el Khalili are filled with reproductions of Egyptian artifacts and other souvenirs, brass lamps, ...

McCutchen homers twice to back Locke in win over Dodgers 

By Rob Biertempfel
Maybe Andrew McCutchen just needed to find the right chord to begin turning around what so far has been a dismal season. McCutchen certainly seemed ...

Questions about 2013 killing raised during probe of Wilkinsburg attack

By Carl Prine
LaMont "Murder" Powell survived the Wilkinsburg massacre in which five adults and an unborn baby were killed, but he faces an investigation into his alleged ...

Outdoor notices: Sunday, June 26, 2016

By Bob Frye
Rifle/trap leagues • Another Twi Night Trap League shoot, another night of drizzle, overcast skies and light ground. The result: only 14 of 174 shooters recorded ...

Multiple factors contribute to what is evolving into transition year for Pirates

By Rob Biertempfel
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington created a stir around town last winter when he suggested the 2016 season could be a bridge from the team's ...

Attack on hotel in Somali capital kills 14

By The Associated Press
MOGADISHU, Somalia — Gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia's seaside capital Saturday, taking guests hostage and "shooting at everyone they could see," before security forces ...

Trump walks back Muslim immigrant ban

By Bloomberg News
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Saturday that he wouldn't characterize his immigration policies as including "mass deportations," and that rather than a blanket ...

Gaelic Storm to open Arts on the Allegheny series

By Debbie Black
Genre-bending Celtic rockers Gaelic Storm will open Arts on the Allegheny's free summer concert series June 25 at Riverfront Park in Kittanning. "They're internationally highly regarded," ...

Essential alien-invasion movies for summer viewing thrills

By Cary Darling
Angry aliens bring death from above back to Earth with "Independence Day: Resurgence," almost 20 years to the day after the original "Independence Day" invaded ...

Review: Brad Meltzer's 'The House of Secrets' disappoints

By Jeff Ayers
Brad Meltzer, one of the best historical thriller writers in the business, teams with acclaimed author Tod Goldberg for "The House of Secrets," and the ...

'History Inspires' new Fort Pitt exhibit

By Kurt Shaw
It's a rare and treasured opportunity when contemporary culture crosses paths with history, but that's just what visitors to Fort Pitt Museum in Point State ...

This chicken sandwich is worthy of the finest picnics

By Elizabeth Karmel
Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A famously claims that they didn't invent the chicken, just the fried chicken sandwich. There is no denying that the fried chicken sandwich is ...

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Citrus filling, salty crust make Atlantic Beach Pie a winner

By Katie Workman
This Atlantic Beach Pie recipe comes from Bill Smith, longtime chef of Crook's Corner restaurant in Chapel Hill, N.C. When I first tasted it, I ...

Bananas are key to balancing smoothie flavors, texture

By Ellie Krieger
Whipping up a smoothie can be one of the easiest paths to a tasty, healthful breakfast or snack, but it is also remarkably easy to ...

The suit still has mystique in professional situations

By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Attorney Ken Horoho looks at his daily schedule to determine his wardrobe. "If I am going to be with a new client, having a business meeting ...

Guests bond over shared experiences at Heart Camp for Kids

By Chris Togneri
Eleven doctors and nurses sit in a row of chairs in the middle of the dining hall. Before them, kneeling on the floor or sitting cross-legged, ...

Democratic Party's draft platform bears presidential candidate Sanders' influence

By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS — A draft of the Democratic Party's policy positions reflects the influence of Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign: endorsing steps to break up large ...

Arizona authorities say 3 missing women met same man online

By The Associated Press
With her Arizona home sold and most of her belongings packed up, Nancy Rae Hartz was ready to spend her golden years on the road. ...

Teen from Maine may be youngest delegate

By The Associated Press
AUGUSTA, Maine — Trevor Doiron isn't old enough to vote until late July. But when he does, he'll be voting for Hillary Clinton as one ...

150 homes burned in California wildfire

By The Associated Press
LAKE ISABELLA, Calif. — A voracious and deadly wildfire in central California has burned 150 homes, and the toll may rise, fire officials said Saturday. The ...

Draft proves a team effort as Penguins' Rutherford sways from plan

By Bill West
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Jim Rutherford, just days removed from being named NHL General Manager of the Year, sat at the head of the Penguins' table ...

Pain of loss of babies drives Derry family's nonprofit work

By Chris Togneri
When the doctor asked if they would like to see their baby, Sean and Paige Green did not know what to expect. Then they saw him, ...

Boy, 3, from El Salvador held alone in immigration detention in Pa.

By Tribune News Service
WASHINGTON — A 3-year-old boy from El Salvador was held for several days at a Pennsylvania family detention center without his mother, said the mother ...

Pixar fans went to see 'Dory' but fell in love with 'Piper'

By The Washington Post
The general consensus about "Finding Dory" is: It was cute, even if it wasn't quite as good as "Finding Nemo." But the response to "Piper," ...

Keep those eyes on bellwethers Ohio & Pennsylvania

By Salena Zito
Perception and reality are two different things in politics. On paper, Republicans Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Rob Portman of Ohio should be losing in ...

Starting Nine: Should the Pirates consider trading face of the franchise McCutchen?

By Travis Sawchik
Written by Pirates beat reporter Travis Sawchik, "The Starting Nine" is a weekly feature composed of quick-hit thoughts and analysis on the Pirates and MLB. ...

Michelle Obama, daughters heading to Liberia, Morocco, Spain

By The Associated Press
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia are leaving Sunday for Africa, where they will promote girls' education in Liberia and ...

Turkey blasts Pope Francis' Armenia stand as 'mentality of Crusades'

By The Associated Press
YEREVAN, Armenia — The world should never forget nor minimize the Ottoman-era slaughter of Armenians, Pope Francis declared Saturday, even as he urged Armenians to ...

Reports detail authorities' early response to Orlando slaughter

By The Associated Press
MIAMI — Law enforcement officials immediately suspected terrorism and adjusted their staging areas due to fears about an explosive device as they responded to reports ...

Review: Lisa Unger's 'Ink and Bone' takes a frightening turn to the supernatural

By Oline H. Cogdill
The Hollows, an idyllic sounding town in upstate New York, keeps calling to author Lisa Unger. This fictional town that attracts those seeing a respite ...

JLo steps it up with Bel-Air buy

By The Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — In "Jenny From the Block," Jennifer Lopez said she "went from a little to a lot this year." When it comes to ...

Va. designer incorporates silos for rustic farmhouse feel

By The Washington Post
As the owner and operator of Port City Brewing Co., Bill Butcher is certainly familiar with silos. He uses one at his business in Alexandria, ...

Top commercial and residential real estate deals — June 19

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: $2 million ...

New Shell plant will provide economic boon

Letter to the Editor
Shell's Beaver County ethane cracker plant will leverage resources already here to create a byproduct, "cracking" ethane into ethylene. After waiting for the official ...

Real Estate Notes: Pittsburgh seeks OK for Knoxville library sign

By Tribune-Review
• City of Pittsburgh will seek the approval of the Pittsburgh Zoning Board of Adjustment on plans to erect one ground identification sign with LED ...

Bright Lines

Letter to the Editor
Trib readers weigh in on Donald Trump, the Orlando massacre, recent renovations to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto's office and the U.S. Open: Peg Mulcahy, Derry: ...

Newsmaker: Lisa Coyne

By Jason Cato
Lisa Coyne Noteworthy: The Ashbrook Center at Ashland University in Ohio awarded Coyne, a teacher at St. Edmund's Academy in Squirrel Hill, a Buchwald ...

Review: Dan Barry's 'The Boys in the Bunkhouse' tells of exploitation of special-needs workers

By David Tarrant
Dan Barry has roamed the country for years as a national correspondent for The New York Times, illuminating memorable characters in offbeat and workaday pockets ...

Businesses cutting rising costs by self-insuring

By Alex Nixon
After years of facing steeply rising health insurance premiums at his family's commercial construction company, Bryan Reiser was surprised to find a plan that cut ...

Political protesters

Letter to the Editor
Hillary Clinton supporters protest at Donald Trump's stops on the campaign trail. Violence sometimes breaks out and Trump supporters are blamed — evidence of the ...

Opioid advice ignored

Letter to the Editor
As I see politicians scrambling to find answers to the opioid crisis, I offer the prospective of someone who worked in drug law enforcement for ...

Here's the foundation of the 2nd Amendment

By Colin McNickle
History curriculum in America surely must be in a shambles. Otherwise, we wouldn't be having such an uniformed debate — or any debate at all ...

The Box

By Tribune-Review
Dear Mike Doyle: Real leaders stand up. Yours, Old Man River. ...

Sunday pops

By Tribune-Review
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says "that our most effective response to terror and to hatred is compassion, it's unity and it's love." We're sure terrorists, ...

Designing the deck of your dreams

By Raleigh News & Observer
It may be tucked away in the back of the house, invisible from the street and unknown to anyone but family and guests, but the ...

Bob Casey's illegal case of wine

By Antony Davies & James R. Harrigan
The Penguins' fourth Stanley Cup also was a victory for Sen. Bob Casey. The Pennsylvania Democrat bet Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., a case of wine ...

Hot Property: French classic has pop influences

By The Los Angeles Times
LOS ANGELES — British singer-songwriter Robbie Williams is ready to experience L.A. life through another lens, listing his home in the Westside of Los Angeles ...

Some tree care required in summer

By Jessica Walliser
Caring for your trees is an essential summer chore. While this isn't the right time to be doing any major pruning, it is the ideal ...

America was great

Letter to the Editor
Reading Christopher Gordon's June 10 letter, "When was America great?" made me question why anyone would want to live in America. With all of the ...

The emperors have plenty of clothes

By Joe Wos
Presumptive, or is it presumptuous, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton recently gave a speech on income inequality while wearing a $12,000 Giorgio Armani tweed jacket. That's ...

Review: Anne Tyler tames Shakespeare's 'Shrew'

By Ann Levin
Last fall, Hogarth Press published the first in a series of novels by contemporary writers reimagining William Shakespeare's plays on the 400th anniversary of his ...

Gun-control idea liberal lunacy

Letter to the Editor
Regarding Joe Lucas' letter "Gun-control measures needed" : Lucas is living in the liberal world that Democrats created and is so uninformed that he makes ...

'Gun control' is a farce

By Thomas Sowell
Surely murder is a serious subject which ought to be examined seriously. Instead, it is almost always examined politically in the context of gun control ...

Reviewing Clinton's resume

Letter to the Editor
Regarding Raymond Morton's letter "Reviewing Trump's resume" : Where does he get his talking points, from a Clinton propaganda sheet? That was a nice rant, ...

Upstate N.Y.'s Fort Ticonderoga offers more bang for buck

By The Associated Press
Fort Ticonderoga has educated and entertained visitors for decades with exhibits, fife-and-drum performances and cannon and musket demonstrations. Now the historic site overlooking Lake Champlain ...

Invaders go unhindered

Letter to the Editor
The supporters of today's mass immigration say, "This is who we are," linking the tide of legal and illegal foreigners to our welcoming of the ...

Verbatim

By Tribune-Review
"Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it." George Bernard Shaw "Maxims for Revolutionists" (1903) ...

Are you a work martyr? You'd better beware

By Diane Stafford
Use it or lose it. If you're like many American workers, you are throwing away your paid time off. According to Project: Time Off, an organization ...

Refreshing smoothies can pack a nutritional punch

By Robert Rodriguez
With temperatures sizzling, it's time to break out the blender and start whipping up some frosty, fruity and flavorful smoothies. The beauty of smoothies is ...

Cross-state PA Hero Walk, which helps veterans in need, ends in Lower Burrell

By Jodi Weigand
Ron Borland says there's no special secret to mustering the endurance it takes to make the 14-day, 320-mile PA Hero Walk from Philadelphia to Lower ...

Cake's layers hide treasure trove of strawberries

By Mario Batali
I am not a big frosting fan, but this double-barreled combination of a mascarpone filling and a whipped-cream frosting is right in my wheelhouse. ...

Old partners, new plastics: Setting politics aside to secure the Beaver County 'cracker' plant

By Joseph Sabino Mistick
This is the way government is supposed to work. When Republican Tom Corbett was governor of Pennsylvania, he persuaded Royal Dutch Shell executives to locate ...

A big idea for Hillary

By Robert Reich
If Donald Trump continues to implode, Hillary Clinton will win simply by being the presidential candidate who isn't Trump. But the prospect of a President ...

Frye: Summer is prime time for big fish

By Bob Frye
We are, by the calendar, nearly halfway through the year. Have you caught your PB yet? That's personal best. I haven't. It's been a decent season ...

America is great

Letter to the Editor
I am baffled by Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan. Do I think the good ol' U.S. of A. is perfect? Nope. Is there ...

Gravlax fits the bill as a no-cook appetizer on warm summer days

By Tribune-Review
I like serving gravlax during the warm weather because no cooking is required. The fish is actually cooked — or cured — by the marinade. ...

Train to Hunt challenge event coming to Pennsylvania

By Bob Frye
Will Bradley's moment of realization came one day while deer hunting. He was climbing a hill with his tree stand on his back. He had his ...

Uber, Lyft fight push for driver scrutiny

By The Associated Press
Hailing a ride with a smartphone app in many U.S. cities is coming down to a fight over fingerprints. Following incidents in which Uber drivers ...

Top commercial and residential real estate deals — June 26

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: $2.2 million ...

Self-driving vehicles present dilemma for insurance companies

By The Los Angeles Times
As the driverless car gets closer to reality, so does the dilemma of how to insure the car and its owner. The auto insurance industry faces ...

Oil companies aim to limit costs

By Bloomberg News
The biggest oil-industry downturn in a generation has companies collaborating in ways they never thought possible. In this global effort, one of the world's most expensive ...

Visitors, vendors alike enjoy New Kensington Community Days

By Jodi Weigand
New Kensington Community Days is an annual tradition for Kathy Sagwitz and her two young children. Her 1-year-old daughter, Rylee, is getting her first real taste ...

Tarentum strawberry festival benefits mission work

By Joyce Hanz
Things have been sweet at Central Presbyterian Church in Tarentum for close to a decade. Members of the historic church hosted their annual Mission Fair ...

The Supreme Court rulings: Justice goes 1-for-3

By Tribune-Review
Discrimination in the name of "diversity" is permissible, the U.S. Supreme Court has ordered. Likewise, sampling your breath without a warrant passes constitutional muster ...

Remembering our history one war memorial at a time

By Tom Purcell
I became angry when I saw the neglected World War II memorial. The stone tribute sits on a triangular piece of property at the junction of ...

Q&A: Betting on Internet commerce in emerging markets

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — Funds that focus on companies that serve emerging markets have been mostly faring better after a rocky start to the year and ...

Britain's welcome revival of nationhood

By George F. Will
WASHINGTON The Leave campaign won the referendum on withdrawing Britain from the European Union because the arguments on which the Remain side relied made Leave's ...

Another big-time Pa. pol convicted of corruption

By Brad Bumsted
HARRISBURG Another Pennsylvania politician has bitten the dust. (So what else is new?) But this time it's not just any pol. U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah ...

Businessman admired for lifelong sense of duty

By Michael Divittorio
Harold Norris' relatives said they will remember him as a hard worker who served his country and loved his family. "When he had his own business, ...

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Deaf teacher mounts quest for military service

By The Associated Press
FREDERICK, Md. — Four teens in camouflage fatigues march briskly around a brick plaza at the Maryland School for the Deaf, silently marking their cadence ...

Minor league report: Aggressive mindset powers Single-A pitcher Keller

By Andrew Erickson
The biggest moment of Mitch Keller's 2016 season was over in 3 minutes, 18 seconds. Keller needed just 11 pitches — nine strikes — in ...

Former London Mayor Johnson emerges as Brexit winner

By The Associated Press
LONDON — Boris Johnson emerged Friday as perhaps the biggest winner in Britain's shocking move away from the European Union. The former London mayor ...

Early second-half goal leads Rhinos over Riverhounds

By Staff Report
New coach Dave Brandt will have to wait a bit longer for his second win with the Riverhounds. Michael Garzi's goal in the 60th minute broke ...

Hundreds of Kurds flee ISIS in Sryia

By The Associated Press
BEIRUT — Hundreds of Kurds fleeing Islamic State-held villages in northern Syria amid a wave of mass abductions have come under fire, with several killed ...

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Pirates notebook: Rookie pitcher Kuhl keeps his cool, prepares for Kershaw, Dodgers 

By Rob Biertempfel
Flashing his best fibber's smile, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle claimed Saturday afternoon he still isn't ready to announce who will start Sunday night's game against ...

Scientists ask Australia to prioritize coral reef conservation

By The Associated Press
HONOLULU — As the largest international gathering of coral reef experts comes to a close, scientists have sent a letter to Australian officials calling for ...

Fratangelo, Riske take their shots at Wimbledon

By Alaina Getzenberg
Two tennis players from Western Pennsylvania will be looking to make their mark this week at Wimbledon, arguably the sport's biggest stage. Former Plum resident Bjorn ...

MLB notebook: Mets sign Reyes for infield insurance

By The Associated Press
The Mets signed shortstop Jose Reyes to a minor league contract Saturday after the infielder became a free agent. Reyes, 33, primarily played at shortstop for ...

Rotted trees caused dangerous holes in Indiana sand dunes, researcher says

By The Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Mysterious holes that forced the closure of a massive dune at an Indiana national park after a 6-year-old boy fell into ...

Parking garage mulled to repurpose Astrodome

By The Associated Press
HOUSTON — The county that owns the Houston Astrodome is considering a plan to build a two-level parking garage inside the derelict domed stadium. The ...

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Police officers sue, saying body cameras captured them changing clothes, using restrooms

By The Associated Press
ROUND LAKE PARK, Ill. — Ten police officers in a Chicago suburb are suing the town, claiming the body cameras they wore never turned off ...

NHL Draft proves to be family affair

By The Associated Press
BUFFALO, N.Y. — As a longtime NHL scout and general manager, George McPhee has had a hand in providing opportunities to countless prospects at the ...

State universities faculty union to mull strike authorization

By The Associated Press
HARRISBURG — The union representing faculty members at Pennsylvania's 14 state universities set an August date for a decision on whether members will take a ...

5 p.m.
SWAT responds but no one hurt in Arlington shooting

By Tribune-Review
Seven SWAT officers and a police dog were called to Clover Street in Arlington on Saturday to find and apprehend a man who shot at ...

Penguins trade winger Bennett but remain content with team's makeup

By Jonathan Bombulie
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford hasn't shown much interest in making major changes to his roster in recent days. No, he isn't trading ...

Meet Penguins' 2016 draft class

By Jonathan Bombulie and Bill West
Filip Gustavsson Selection: Second round, No. 55 Position: Goalie Amateur team: Lulea Jr. (Sweden Junior) Height, weight: 6-foot-1, 190 pounds Born: June 7, 1998 (Skelleftea, ...

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Saturday - June 25, 2016

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

3 p.m.
Green Tree joins Live Well Allegheny movement

By Jim Spezialetti
A health and wellness fair will mark the kickoff to Green Tree's participation in the county's Live Well Allegheny program. The fair will be held from ...

Top Sports Pics - June 25, 2016

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

2 p.m.
Coroner: 3 dead in Johnstown shooting

By The Associated Press
The Cambria County coroner said three people are dead following a shooting in Johnstown. The coroner's office said the shots were fired about 5:30 p.m. ...

At least 14 dead in Somalia hotel attack

By The Associated Press
MOGADISHU, Somalia — At least 14 people were killed when gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia's capital and took an unknown number of hotel guests ...

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Missing for decades in Korea, 'true American hero' laid to rest

By Patrick Varine
It would have been enough for Patricia Lyons and Adrian Davis to bury their uncle's remains and give him a proper funeral. But they also got ...

3 killed as motorcycle, car collide in Indiana County

By Tribune-Review
Three people were killed just before 7 p.m. Friday when a car and a motorcycle collided on Route 286 in Black Lick Township, Indiana County, ...

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Paterno Lite? Duquesne Beer thinks it's a winner

By Debra Erdley
Stunned by last year's wildly successful introduction of the first craft beer in a legacy series named after late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, ...

Port Authority of Allegheny County considers adding electric buses

By Jason Cato
Many of the aging, exhaust-spewing buses operated by the Port Authority of Allegheny County are being swapped out for new, more environmentally friendly rides. But even ...

Pittsburgh cultural groups focused on increased arts accessibility

By Natasha Lindstrom
For Amanda Nagy, enjoying a high-octane arts performance gets tricky. The 13-year-old girl from West Mifflin has impaired hearing and autism spectrum disorder, so she wears ...

Shots fired, man hit in Fineview

By Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh police are searching for three men who were shooting at each other in Fineview. The investigation stems from the shooting of an 18-year-old man on ...

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Newsmaker: Alex Sciuli

By Carl Prine
Noteworthy: Sciuli served as chairman of the March of Dimes 6th Annual Transportation, Building and Construction Awards Luncheon on Thursday. The Downtown event honored the ...

9 a.m.
W. Va. begins monumental recovery effort after historic flooding

By Aaron Aupperlee
CLENDENIN, W.Va. — Inches of mud left by receding floodwaters covered Clendenin on Saturday. The Dairy Queen collapsed. The fire department flooded. Chunks of the highway ...

Britain votes to leave EU: Cameron to resign; markets rocked

By The Associated Press
LONDON — Britain has jumped. Now it is wildly searching for the parachute. The U.K.'s unprecedented decision to leave the European Union sent shockwaves through the ...

Pirates notebook: Nicasio returns from restricted list, moves to bullpen 

By Rob Biertempfel
Juan Nicasio came off the restricted list Friday and went straight from the starting rotation into the bullpen. "We gave him 12 starts," manager Clint Hurdle ...

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Pine-Richland schools have room for growth for at least a decade, study says

By Vince Townley
The Pine-Richland School District has enough capacity in its current facilities to handle expected student population growth for at least the next 10 years, without ...