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Wilkinsburg mother found guilty of murdering her 3-year-old daughter

An Allegheny County jury found Adrienne Williams guilty Friday in the murder of her 3-year-old daughter, who was asphyxiated and her body found on a ...

Pink Steel cancer survivors find strength, community in paddling

Debbi Moon thought she was prepared. She knew something was wrong. She works with doctors, so she can read them. And based solely on the way ...

Program teaches right use of social media

You've seen it happen hundreds of times. Somebody — an athlete, an actor, a politician — says something stupid on social media. Or just says ...

Slain K-9 Aren honored by American Kennel Club

A Port Authority of Allegheny County police dog that was stabbed to death in January is being honored by the American Kennel Club. The New York-based ...

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Strip District man accused of sexually assaulting teens

Pittsburgh police arrested a Strip District man on charges that he sexually assaulted two juvenile ...

East End police chase in ends with crash, arrest

Pittsburgh police arrested a Lincoln-Lemington man late Thursday after a car chase through three city neighborhoods ended in a crash. Aaron Wakefield, 22, is charged with ...

Judge reduces damages in U.S. Steel disability lawsuit

A federal judge Friday reduced a $5.5 million verdict against U.S. Steel to $850,000 because of state and federal law limits on damages in disability ...

Roadwork to affect traffic on Parkway West near airport

Roadwork on the Parkway West in Findlay and Moon is set to begin Saturday, and a lane crossover near the airport will be in place ...

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Calls to reform gift policy for public officials often unanswered in Pa.

HARRISBURG — Expensive jewelry. Free vacations. Wads of cash. Revelations of extravagant gifts to public officials ...

Westmoreland
Duo answers call to finish fire-truck murals outside Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department Museum

The vibrant garage doors of the previously nondescript Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department Museum are the latest sign that a years-long renovation process is nearly complete. A ...

Valley News Dispatch
Blaze destroys large West Deer home

Flames raced through a large West Deer house Friday morning, but the family wasn't at home. No injuries were reported among firefighters in the blaze that ...

Sports
Pirates notebook: Bell brings hefty on-base percentage to 2nd spot in order

MILWAUKEE — Josh Bell marked his 10th game in the majors Thursday by drawing three walks in a 3-2 win against the Milwaukee Brewers. Broadcaster ...

Sundqvist highlights Penguins' rookie camp roster

Which forward prospects the Penguins might call up this season will become a bit clearer ...

Switch paying off for Pitt offensive tackle O'Neill 

If anyone wonders why Pitt offensive right tackle Brian O'Neill walks around training camp with ...

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NFL notebook: No X-rays needed for Romo

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo appears fine after he left the preseason game against the Seahawks on Thursday night due to back tightness. On Dallas' ...

Arts and Entertainment
Science takes center stage at Shadyside art exhibit

Possessing the mind of a mad scientist, Richard Pell seems an unlikely candidate for the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts' 2016 Artist of the Year ...

Business Headlines
Mylan profits, reputation at stake in EpiPen controversy

Discounts on EpiPens could cost Mylan NV up to $100 million, but calculating a pricetag on damage to the pharmaceutical company's reputation from its controversial ...

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A better choice for president

Vote for Donald Trump? No! Hillary Clinton? No! They are not trustworthy. They push bad ideas. Fortunately, we have another choice: Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson ...

Eric Heyl
Heyl: Comprehending Pa.'s liquor reform oddities may drive you to drink

Don't drink and legislate. That's apparently the lesson to be learned from the state's new liquor reform law that recently went into effect. It's sufficiently ...

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