Prosecutors are in …
Prosecutors are in the sixth day of trying to prove that Robert Ferrante fatally poisoned his wife with cyanide in 2013.See more
Students at Chartiers …
Students at Chartiers Valley Primary School get a unique reward for good behavior: time with therapy dogs.See more
Sarah Ceurvost spent …
Sarah Ceurvost spent a year in Southeast Asia as a Fulbright scholar and developed a deep connection with the land and its people.See more
Dwindling membership and …
Dwindling membership and income have the Sewickley VFW post on the verge of closing.See more
The Port Authority …
The Port Authority will demolish a nearly 40-year-old transportation terminal in McKeesport to make way for a new multimodal center.See more
Peduto nominates experienced Pittsburgh EMS chief for top postBy Bob Bauder 3:18 p.m.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Thursday nominated the acting Emergency Medical Services chief for a …
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Starkey: Hockey hypocrites, uniteBy Joe Starkey
Welcome to the Hockey Hypocrites Club. My name is Joe. I’ll be showing you around …
City Theatre hires James McNeel as new managing directorBy Tribune-Review 2:12 p.m.
City Theatre’s board of directors has hired James McNeel as its next managing director. McNeel, …
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Pittsburgh asks judge to let abortion buffer zone remain during legal challengeBy Brian Bowling 3:16 p.m.
Pittsburgh should be allowed to continue enforcing an abortion clinic buffer zone ordinance while five activists challenge its constitutionality, the city argued in court documents filed Wednesday. The city contends its 15-foot buffer zone ordinance doesn’t have the First Amendment …
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State trooper struck by SUV in Westmoreland faces more surgery, long recoveryBy Stacey Federoff
A state trooper struck by a sport utility vehicle Wednesday night as he picked up debris on Route 119 in East Huntingdon has undergone two surgeries and will spend weeks in the hospital recovering, police said. “He’s got some serious …
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Court validates Highmark Medicare plan that excludes UPMCBy Alex Nixon 12:49 p.m.
Highmark Inc.’s low-cost Medicare Advantage plans, which exclude UPMC hospitals and doctors, don’t violate an agreement the insurer reached with state leaders, a state court ruled Thursday. Commonwealth Court Judge Dan Pellegrini denied a request by Attorney General Kathleen Kane …
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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus brings ‘Built to Amaze’ marvels to ConsolBy Kellie B. Gormly
As a teenager, when Gemma Kirby was taking aerial classes at a circus-training school, she knew she wanted a life performing high-risk thrill stunts. “I became infatuated with the idea …
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Bridges Wine Co. owner deemed Pittsburgh ripe for growthBy Rachel Weaver
A new Pittsburgh winemaker has adopted the saying of one of the industry’s well-known vintners as his personal motto: “A bottle of wine at every table.” But James McCeney allows …
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Africa: A tragic continentBy Walter Williams
Here’s how my Aug. 11, 2003, column began: “Anyone who believes President Bush’s Africa initiative, including sending U.S. troops to Liberia, will amount to more than a hill of beans is whistling Dixie. Maybe it’s overly pessimistic, but most of …