Western Pa. school …
Western Pa. school districts are building cyber academies in an attempt to keep students from leaving for cyber charter schools.See more
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Virginia Republican Senate candidate Ed Gillespie is piling up the mileage in his pursuit of Mark Warner’s seat.See more
The hundreds of …
The hundreds of love locks linked around Pittsburgh’s 3 sister bridges will be coming down when the spans are renovated in 2016.See more
Unlike in years …
Unlike in years past, the strength of the 2014 Steelers could be quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the offense.See more
An effort by …
An effort by Pennsylvania to increase the transparency of its amusement ride inspection program gives the public little information.See more
Water main break in Hill District unlikely to affect nearby schoolBy Wpxi 7:20 a.m.
A water main near an elementary school in the Hill District broke on Tuesday morning, but crews said …
Unlike years past, strength of 2014 Steelers could be offenseBy Alan Robinson
The newly elected team captain, going into his 11th NFL season, is overseeing the unit …
Wedding aboard Pittsburgh’s Gateway Clipper ends in arrestsBy Michael Hasch 7:53 a.m.
A groom, his brother and a member of the bridal party were arrested early Monday when a drunken …
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- Pa. judge identified who denied Trib request to view sexually explicit emails circulated in AG’s Office 7:15 a.m.
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- Wedding aboard Pittsburgh’s Gateway Clipper ends in arrests 7:53 a.m.
- Allegheny County’s crime lab ranks among world’s best 7:23 a.m.
- Pittsburgh police force’s diversity worsens since ACLU filed discrimination lawsuit in 2012 7:15 a.m.
Western Pa. districts aim to win back students from cyber chartersBy Megan Harris
As scores of students flee traditional classrooms for the comfort of their keyboards at cyber charter schools, Western Pennsylvania school districts are building cyber academies in an attempt to keep …
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- Mt. Pleasant seeks on-street bike trail through downtown
- ‘Extreme extrovert’ takes over at WCCC
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- Northampton man has four major drug arrests in Western Pa. since 2009
Housing market remains ‘disaster’ in Westmoreland CountyBy Joe Napsha
Veteran housing contractor Greg Kinzler of Washington Township knows all too well the lingering effects the nation’s 2008 recession has had on the region’s homebuilding market. “It’s still a disaster, …
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- High court to weigh pregnancy work rights
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Trac Fabrication all-terrain wheelchairs open world for disabledBy David Conti
Mark Driscoll will soon go hunting in the woods of Montana for the first time since multiple sclerosis took his ability to walk in 1995, thanks to the brainchild of …
- Homestead to celebrate one of its own at jazz festival 5:21 a.m.
- W.Va. smoking ban a strong precedent, advocates say
- New Kensington’s Zamboni Sports Bar & Grill to offer restaurant fare
- 50th anniversary week celebrates city’s British Invasion by Beatles
Nearing 25 years together, WPXI anchors Johnson, Finnegan defy oddsBy Rex Rutkoski 7:16 a.m.
No one ever said television news wasn’t a crazy business, David Johnson says. “You can be good, and they’ll get rid of you. You can be bad, and they’ll get …
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- Italian artist exhibits works at West Overton Museum
Love locks tokens fall prey to renovations on Pittsburgh bridgesBy Rachel Weaver 7:16 a.m.
While the love many couples share might be eternal, a token symbolizing it is doomed. Hundreds of locks linked around panels of city bridges will be removed when repair work …
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Enabling Asian-bashing DemocratsBy Michelle Malkin
Harry Reid is a Beltway corruptocrat with an interminable case of diarrhea of the mouth. He stuck his foot in that mess of a mouth again recently at the Las Vegas Asian Chamber of Commerce. But as mortifying as the …