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Overhaul of Union Trust Building pairs modern amenities, historical charm

Fearing World War I's potential to decimate Europe's finest buildings, industrialist-turned-real estate titan Henry Clay Frick sent Pittsburgh architect Frederick Osterling to Belgium to study ...

Walldogs celebrate the colorful history of Butler with murals

They come from all over the world — England, California, Illinois, New Jersey, Washington state and down the street — to preserve history with the ...

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton begins bus tour

"Presumptive" no longer, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton began her first full day as the party's standard-bearer with rallies in Philadelphia and Harrisburg on Friday. ...

Animal-care facilities declining as demand increasing

It's baby season for Pennsylvania wildlife, and rehabilitation centers across the state are filled to the gills with injured and orphaned birds, mammals and reptiles. But ...

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Fort Cherry Spanish teacher charged with sexual assault on unconscious student

A Fort Cherry High School Spanish teacher was charged with institutional sexual assault on Friday after McDonald Borough police said he performed oral sex on ...

Allegheny
Warhol Bridge to close soon for more than a year

The Andy Warhol Bridge will close for more than a year starting next month, adding one more construction zone to an area crowded with orange ...

Politics
Trump, Clinton poised to get intel briefings

WASHINGTON — At some point, perhaps as early as next week, federal agents will sit down with Donald Trump and tell him classified information about ...

Westmoreland
Hribal seeks to change plea in Franklin Regional stabbings to guilty but mentally ill

Alex Hribal, the Murrysville man charged with attempting to kill 20 Franklin Regional High School ...

Valley News Dispatch
Effects of high temperatures, lack of rainfall visible on Alle-Kiski crops

Doris Myers thinks July's high temperatures and lack of rainfall are wearing the corn on her Gilpin farm. "It's getting very stressed," she said. "Here in ...

Sports
Well-traveled Guerra hurls masterpiece against Pirates

MILWAUKEE — Over the past decade, Junior Guerra has pitched just about everywhere. Guerra has pitched for 10 minor league affiliates of four different big league ...

Roethlisberger says failing drug test least of his worries

Ben Roethlisberger knows little about the rules associated with the NFL's Policy and Program for ...

Steelers notebook: TE Green doesn't say when he will start practicing

• Ladarius Green smiled when asked what type of injury he had to his left ankle, or if he knew what the surgical procedure he ...

Pirates notebook: Closer Melancon remains calm amid trade rumors

MILWAUKEE — Mark Melancon went into this season firmly believing the Pirates would contend for ...

Steelers' Golden vows to be starting strong safety, despite rookie's challenge

Perhaps one of the Steelers' more intriguing training camp battles is at safety, where veteran ...

James now Steelers' most tenured tight end — at 22

Last year, Jesse James was new to the Steelers and the NFL. Now, he's their most tenured tight end. With the retirement of Heath Miller and the ...

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Tracking 'Clinton Cash'

This week, as Democrats fawned over Hillary Clinton, I'm struck by how both Clintons continue to thrive despite their remarkable record of sleazy dealings. The ...

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