Sex toys, drug …
Sex toys, drug paraphernalia, loaded guns and animal skeletal remains are items Western Pa. thrift stores have found among donations.See more
Pirates outfield prospect …
Pirates outfield prospect Josh Bell gets a taste of the big leagues, playing in the All-Star Futures Game at Target Field.See more
UPMC’s Technology Development …
UPMC’s Technology Development Center has built a tablet-based platform that aims to take the “detective work” out of medicine.See more
The Vans Warped …
The Vans Warped tour, arriving in Pittsburgh this week, is celebrating its 20th year, but it’s no big deal to organizer Kevin Lyman.See more
A new Pennsylvania …
A new Pennsylvania law banning those younger than 17 from using UV light beds goes into effect this month.See more
Jefferson Township man found dead on hillsideBy Tribune-Review 7:12 a.m.
A neighbor found the body of an elderly Jefferson Township man after an apparent tractor accident. Louis Kaposy, …
Pirates prospect Bell gets a taste of big league lifestyleBy Jess Myers
MINNEAPOLIS — Bus rides are anything but thrilling for minor-leaguers, even when you’re a highly-regarded …
- Final puts cap on World Cup success 7:58 a.m.
Etna residents petition to save longtime parking spacesBy Megan Henney
A little parking lot has sparked some big frustrations in Etna. More than 200 residents …
- Conductor Lorin Maazel, former PSO music director, dies at 84
- UPMC software eases physicians’ access to diverse patient records
- Western Pennsylvania thrift shops accept many items — but not guns, skulls
- Pittsburgh bike share program pushes on despite being delayed until 2015
Ramadan event at Islamic Center of Pittsburgh promotes acceptanceBy Chris Togneri
The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh celebrated the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on Sunday during its annual Humanity Day, at which local educators were honored for promoting acceptance and understanding …
- Drug court planned in Westmoreland County 7:56 a.m.
- Windber teen helps kids understand Flight 93 Memorial in Somerset
- Storms prompt watches and warnings
- As suicides spike, new Pa. law to start prevention efforts in 6th grade
- Southmoreland School District approves 2014-15 budget 6:28 a.m.
St. Vincent’s $1M technology upgrade part of school’s 5-year planBy Stacey Federoff 7:56 a.m.
A $1 million technology infrastructure upgrade across the campus of St. Vincent College in Unity is a welcome change for Cameron Robinson, a 22-year-old junior from Hershey. The project will …
- Corporate eye on expansion could benefit funds
- Increase in insured, aging patients could overwhelm health care providers
- Infrastructure problematic in oil boom
- Cinemas entice viewers with luxury, comfort
- Google emulates Microsoft with ‘Android everywhere’ effort
Citigroup settles subprime mortgage case for $7 billionBy The Associated Press 8:33 a.m.
WASHINGTON — Citigroup will pay roughly $7 billion to settle an investigation into risky subprime mortgages, the type that helped fuel the financial crisis. The agreement announced Monday comes weeks after talks between the two sides broke down, prompting the …
- 20th year of Vans Warped tour is no big deal to backer 7:59 a.m.
- Alle-Kiski Valley native returns to roots for first novel, ‘Brutal Youth’ 9:28 a.m.
- Review: Pittsburgh Opera Summerfest starts off rough with ‘Merry Widow’
- Review: Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble opens season with energy
- Apollo Borough celebration marks 45th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing
- Pittsburgh’s look won’t be the same after architect Carlough’s passing
Conductor Lorin Maazel, former PSO music director, dies at 84By Chris Togneri
A child prodigy who led his first orchestra at 7, Lorin Maazel spent more than seven decades establishing an international reputation as a musical genius who led from the podium …
- The Cosmo Effect: August Wilson Center fills up for Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh
- Out & About: Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s Art on Tap 5.2.7
- Small sales whet appetites at local auction houses
- Road Trip! Destination: Frank Lloyd Wright designs in Buffalo
- Garden Q&A: New plants can be grown from stem, leaf clippings
- Love for shoes an ‘affair that never ends’
Armstrong County Pasta maker takes his fruit-filled pierogi to KennywoodBy Julie E. Martin 8:19 a.m.
This summer, John Kaczor’s dreams of running his own business have taken him from Cadogan to Kennywood. Kaczor’s new twist on traditional pierogi is wowing the folks at the amusement …
- Iraq’s descent into chaos
- Thanks to Dick Scaife, we have a better understanding of our foreign foes
- God & Dick Scaife
- The United States is approaching economic disarmament
- This week @ the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
Enriching immigration lawyersBy Michelle Malkin
The American dream is dying for tens of millions of unemployed, underemployed and long-term jobless citizens. But the White House has guaranteed that one sector of the U.S. economy will thrive for decades to come: open-borders immigration lawyers. While the …