The state Superior …
The state Superior Court on Thursday upheld the conviction and sentence of Joan Orie Melvin, including the requirement she write letters of apology.See more
Monday’s performance by …
Monday’s performance by skateboarder Tony Hawk at Carnegie Park has borough officials working quickly to make arrangements for the event.See more
A Lawrenceville vending …
A Lawrenceville vending machine company is in new hands a month after police discovered a marijuana growing operation in the building’s warehouse.See more
A Brentwood man …
A Brentwood man has released “The Demon of Brownsville Road,” a book chronicling his supernatural experiences in his century-old home.See more
After auctioning off …
After auctioning off his homes, a retired Woodland Hills teacher is donating the proceeds, $120,000, to an organization that helps wounded vets.See more
State Superior Court upholds conviction, sentence of former Justice MelvinBy Adam Brandolph 3:17 p.m.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court on Thursday affirmed the conviction and reinstated the sentence of former …
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Starkey: Stupid SteelersBy Joe Starkey
Maybe Ryan Clark was right about some former Steelers teammates smoking pot. I arrived at …
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Congressional Gold Medal to be displayed at Flight 93 9/11 memorial serviceBy Mary Pickels
The Congressional Gold Medal awarded to the Flight 93 National Memorial will be on display for the first …
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PUC greenlights temporary operating license for UberBy Bobby Kerlik 3:19 p.m.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Thursday approved a temporary operating license for ride-sharing company Uber, meaning that it can operate legally for 60 days, a PUC spokeswoman said. The commission agreed in July to grant Uber and its main …
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New Kensington slaying victims identifiedBy Chuck Biedka 2:59 p.m.
New Kensington police and the Westmoreland County Coroner have released the names of two people shot to death Wednesday morning. John Russ, 43, of New Kensington, and Shannon Bongartz , …
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Indian firm plans exports of ethane from U.S. shale fieldsBy David Conti
An Indian conglomerate’s plan to ship ethane from the United States to a chemical complex in its home country might involve gas from the Marcellus shale. Reliance Industries said this week it struck a deal with a North American export …
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Pittsburgh Comedy Festival puts area’s growing comedy base on displayBy Michael Machosky
Comedy’s moment seems to have arrived. That doesn’t mean there are more opportunities for comics or an increase in the number of laughs-per-capita. It means audiences need to start thinking …
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Latrobe again plays host to Great American Banana Split CelebrationBy Cynthia Bombach Helzel
Banana-split lovers will be able to get their fill this week at the second annual Great American Banana Split Celebration in downtown Latrobe. The dessert was invented in the city …
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In Ferguson, a race to be wrongBy Jonah Goldberg
The events in Ferguson, Mo., have launched a familiar spectacle: the race to be wrong first. Michael Brown, an 18-year-old black man, was shot by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. The Washington Post had more on the story about what …