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Faithful stand together in Wilkinsburg

By Bob Bauder 9:10 p.m.
A Muslim cleric Saturday condemned terrorism and murder during a gathering of religious leaders at a Wilkinsburg mosque. Imam Adnan Ahmed of the Ahmadiyya Muslim ...

More departments in region eye equipping officers with Narcan to treat overdoses

By Adam Brandolph 9:00 p.m.
Police were the first on scene when Ryan Kroh overdosed on heroin in August 2010, but by the time paramedics injected him with the drug that reverses the opioid’s deadly effects, it was too late. Had the officers — who arrived ...

Gallagher formally becomes Pitt chancellor

By Trib Total Media
Stephen Tritch, the chair of the University of Pittsburgh’s Board of Trustees, formally installed Patrick Gallagher as chancellor and chief executive officer during the university’s ...

Burial set for remains of World War II soldier from city

By Adam Smeltz 9:00 p.m.
William J. Mall Jr. was just 10 when his cousin from Perrysville wrote from gunnery school in the Midwest. Army Air Forces Tech. Sgt. Charles ...

Protesters demonstrate against Mt. Lebanon deer culling program

By Adam Smeltz
About 30 demonstrators carrying signs rallied Saturday afternoon along Connor Road in Mt. Lebanon, trying to drum up more opposition to the municipality’s deer-culling program. “I ...

Region tied 81-year-old record low Saturday

By Tribune-Review 9:30 p.m.
The Pittsburgh region tied an 81-year-old record low Saturday, according to the National Weather Service in Moon. The low of minus 1 broke a record for Feb. 28 that was set in 1934, according to meteorologist Rihaan Gangat. Starting Sunday morning, about ...

1 dead in Moon apartment fire

By Bill Vidonic
A fire broke out in a 12-unit apartment building Saturday in Moon, killing one man, sending other residents into near-zero temperatures and damaging the entire building. The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office had not identified the fire victim as of Saturday ...

3-alarm fire burns Hill District row homes

By Bob Bauder 9:30 p.m.
A three-alarm fire extensively damaged four row houses Saturday on Morgan Street in the Hill District. Joyce Haynes said she had just finished taking a ...

Newsmaker: Dai Morgan

By Bill Vidonic 9:30 p.m.
Dai Morgan Noteworthy: Morgan has been selected as coordinator for United Methodist Advocacy in Pennsylvania. He will bring together advocacy leaders from the Susquehanna, Eastern ...

New Monroeville Mall policy aims to tame teen shoppers

By Gideon Bradshaw
A new reality came to the Monroeville Mall on Friday as a police officer and security guard stopped young-looking shoppers and asked for their IDs ...

Pittsburgh police chief: Officers, public must unite against violence

By Megan Guza
Pittsburgh’s high-crime East End neighborhoods — specifically Homewood — are the centerpiece of police Chief Cameron McLay’s effort to build upon the community-oriented policing groundwork ...

Black Pittsburghers still challenged in education, workforce, housing

By Natasha Lindstrom
Sala Udin had just returned from four years of freedom-fighting in Mississippi when the Hill District went up in flames. The neighborhood had deteriorated rapidly ...

Spring Hill woman sentenced to jail for stealing, euthanizing neighbor’s dog

By Adam Brandolph
Gisele Paris sent herself to jail. Convicted in December of stealing her neighbor’s Siberian husky and having it euthanized, Paris never showed remorse or sympathy toward ...

Port Authority focusing on natural-gas bus fleet for proposed rapid transit line

By Bobby Kerlik
Buses that will run along Port Authority of Allegheny County’s proposed bus rapid-transit line from Downtown to Oakland will be fueled by natural gas, the agency’s board chairman said Friday. Chairman Bob Hurley announced at a Port Authority meeting that he ...

Pirates sickened by pic of ‘Jihadi John’ wearing Bucs ball cap

By Aaron Aupperlee
He would be the Pittsburgh Pirates’ most unwanted and unwelcome fan. A photograph surfaced Friday of Mohammed Emwazi, identified as the Islamic State terrorist known as ...

Highmark lays off nearly 100 workers, mostly in IT, as membership declines

By Alex Nixon
Nearly 100 Highmark Inc. workers lost their jobs Friday as the state’s largest health insurer cuts costs, streamlines some functions with technology and adjusts its operations to deal with fewer members. Spokeswoman Lynn Seay said the layoffs were not related to ...

Officials investigating fatal Shaler house fire, working to identify body found in rubble

By Michael Hasch
At least one person died in a fire Friday night at a home in Shaler. The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office and county homicide detectives …

University of Pittsburgh Senior Vice Chancellor Humphrey to be paid $395K a year

By Tony Raap
Kathy Humphrey, the University of Pittsburgh’s new senior vice chancellor for engagement and Chancellor Patrick Gallagher’s chief of staff, will be paid $395,000 a year, ...

Munhall man to serve 20 to 50 years in prison for killing his mother

By Adam Brandolph
A Munhall man with a history of mental illness will serve 20 to 50 years in prison for fatally shooting his mother, an Allegheny County judge ordered Friday. Anthony Scholl, 43, pleaded guilty but mentally ill to third-degree murder and illegally ...

Woman sues Allegheny County, alleges sex harassment during prisoner transport

By Brian Bowling
Allegheny County violated a former McKeesport woman’s civil rights in March when officers transporting her from the jail to a magistrate court hearing failed to monitor a male inmate who repeatedly exposed himself and asked for sex during the 45-minute ...

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Allegheny Neighborhoods
Already social media network CEO, Upper St. Clair senior wired for success
Parents, students fight for Moon Area child development course
Bethel Park breaking ground on new fire station
Relief ahead for McKnight Road users
Mt. Lebanon rejects bids to renovate high school rifle range
Your Carlynton
Organizer hopes to widen South Fayette’s Circle of Friends
Feedback sought for Chartiers Valley school project
Lauded doctor has ties to Carnegie area
Carnegie elementary students gear up for STEEL campaign
iPads will help South Fayette students learn at school, home
Your Cranberry
Hotel anchors Village of Cranberry Woods development plan
Rue21 adjusts for tough market
Seneca Valley wins regional STEM competition
Your Fox Chapel
Workshop to help Etna, Millvale move toward solar energy
Penn Hills man ‘beside himself with grief,’ pleads guilty to fatal DUI
Sharpsburg North Canal Street fire investigation continues
Grant money to help UPMC St. Margaret fight youth obesity
Shady Side Academy students pass knowledge on to others
Your McKeesport
Duquesne Elementary School students join the ranks of junior constables
Munhall resident pleads guilty but mentally ill for killing his mother
White Oak seeks funds to stabilize road
McKeesport Area students share views during Black History Month panel talk
Steel Valley to post teacher, administrator salaries online
Your Monroeville
New Monroeville Mall policy aims to tame teen shoppers
Forbes Hospital opens $9 million intensive care unit
Utilities foreman keeps Pitcairn powered up
Monroeville’s crime stats belie public perception
Monroeville Hindu temple plans to resume expansion
Your North Hills
North Allegheny, teachers OK early bird contract
Former Steeler Hoge discusses concussions with North Hills student-athletes
McCandless mortgage broker company president charged with bank fraud conspiracy
Photo Gallery: CSI Club at Northland Public Library
Public hearing set for April on Cardiff Heights housing plan off McKnight Road
Your Penn Hills
Charter school finds resistance from Penn Hills School District on expansion plans
Penn Hills swimmers make their marks at WPIAL finals
Weekly snack meeting with Penn Hills volunteers, students aims to make positive impact
Penn Hills man ‘beside himself with grief,’ pleads guilty to fatal DUI
Penn Hills man indicted for mortgage fraud pleads guilty
Your Plum
Arrests of Plum teachers prompt tight-lipped reaction
Plum School District will move bus terminal to Greensburg Road
Plum planners want more time to ponder electronic signs
Plum School District prelim budget shows $2.5 million shortfall
Parents of Plum students demand protection against sexual impropriety by teachers
Your Sewickley
Sewickley painter turns hobby into successful career
Sweetwater curriculum picks up STEAM
Art is for everyone, Sewickley library curator says
Howard Hanna build in Sewickley could begin next month
Nominations for Herald honors due by March 6
Your South Hills
Pleasant Hills Middle school celebrates 50 years with nod to past
West Jefferson Hills school district to discuss grading policy
Landlord opens door in Brentwood to help those who served
Streets Run used as detour
Baldwin police officers lauded for work
Your Twin Boros (Oakmont, Verona)
Oakmont hit-run probed
Beloved Oakmont food columnist shared more than recipes