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Clinton fans drawn to Philadelphia for 'historic moment'

Rose George figures she'll cry and pray Thursday night when she watches Hillary Clinton become the nation's first woman to accept a major political party's ...

Alle-Kiski Valley AC companies' phones ringing steadily amid heat wave

Sue Matviko notices a funny thing about her customers. "People will go a whole day without heat," said Matviko, general manager of Automatic Heating & ...

GNC announces sudden change in leadership, names Moran CEO

GNC Holdings Inc. ousted its CEO on Thursday as the struggling vitamin and supplement retailer posted what his replacement called a "disappointing" decline in sales ...

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4 accused of shooting at house in Fayette County; no injuries

Three Fayette County men and a juvenile have been jailed for allegedly firing multiple shots at a house and car in Fairchance early Wednesday, endangering ...

Clinton to speak at convention center Saturday afternoon

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign has announced details of her stop in Pittsburgh on Saturday. She and her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, will ...

Diocese of Greensburg closes Ligonier elementary school, cites enrollment drop

A Roman Catholic elementary school in Ligonier has closed because of declining enrollment, according to the Diocese of Greensburg. The announcement was made at a meeting ...

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Bethel Park

A Powerball ticket worth $1 million from Wednesday's drawing was sold at a Shop 'N Save in Bethel Park, according to the Pennsylvania Lottery. All ...

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This heat stinks: N.Y. manure piles bursting into flames

THROOP, N.Y. — How hot is it in upstate New York? So hot that horse manure is bursting into flames. The state Department of Environmental Conservation ...

Allegheny
1 dead after vehicle crashes into East Hills building

A man died when he crashed into a convenience store in Pittsburgh's East Hills neighborhood early Thursday, according to police. The crash happened shortly after 3 ...

Politics
Obama boosts Clinton: 'Carry her the same way you carried me'

PHILADELPHIA — His own legacy on the line, President Barack Obama implored Americans to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, casting her as a ...

Westmoreland
Busted New Kensington club has history of illegal gambling, liquor violations

A New Kensington club allegedly running an illegal casino in its basement has a history of liquor law violations, including two previous gambling cases. Following ...

Sports
Steelers, Timmons 'not close' to contract extension

Lawrence Timmons will report to his 10th training camp on Thursday — it very well ...

Steelers WR Brown unveils another custom Rolls-Royce for training camp

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will be arriving at training camp in a car that's ...

Cole throws 1st career complete game in Pirates' blowout of Mariners 

As he watched the game-ending double play from the center of the infield Wednesday, Gerrit Cole thrust his arms into the night air. He seemed ...

Analysis: Injuries only thing standing in way of Steelers and Super Bowl 

Teams that likely will be without the best running back in the NFL for a month tend to shy away from uttering the words "Super" ...

Starkey: MLB instant replay has gone mad

So the Adam Frazier-out-at-second replay Tuesday caused quite the reaction in the Pirates radio booth. To recount, Frazier took an extra base on a single ...

NFLPA: No interview scheduled for Harrison

The Steelers report to training camp Thursday and will conduct their first practice the next ...

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NFL notebook: Fitzpatrick re-signs with Jets

After a five-month standoff, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick re-signed with Jets on Wednesday night, after his teammates reported to training camp in Florham Park, N.J. Fitzpatrick's one-year ...

Lifestyles
Geppetto Cafe serves up scrumptious breakfast offerings

Breakfast. It's known for being the most important meal of the day. It's also known for being skipped. Except maybe on Sunday, and even then ...

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What can discrimination explain?

A guiding principle for physicians is primum non nocere, the Latin expression for "first, do no harm." In order not to do harm, whether it's ...

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