Though Chinese authorities …
Though Chinese authorities are reportedly rounding up hackers, federal officials in Pittsburgh look to bring indicted military leaders to justice here one day.See more
Penguins defenseman Ian …
Penguins defenseman Ian Cole, paired with Kris Letang in the opener, is hoping to emulate Letang’s former defensive partner.See more
The Pirates are …
The Pirates are saying goodbye to team leaders A.J. Burnett and Aramis Ramirez, who went about their business in different ways.See more
The North Side’s …
The North Side’s Garden Theater block redevelopment is moving forward after its developer receiver waivers to several city zoning laws.See more
Several upcoming fashion …
Several upcoming fashion shows, including the annual Rock Steelers Style event, will showcase duds and raise money for worthy causes.See more
Marshals seek parole violator who walked away from Downtown treatment centerBy Michael Hasch
The U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force is searching for a federal parole violator …
South Fayette extends winning streak in dominating fashionBy Chris Harlan
South Fayette still hasn’t faced a fourth-quarter challenge. Hunter Hayes scored two rushing touchdowns, Dan …
First Draft: Sports superstitions can take fizz out of beer buyingBy Chris Togneri
Scott Smith, East End Brewery’s founder, owner, and CLO (chief libation officer) once had a …
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Plum superintendent says lack of school tip line was ‘oversight’By Donald Gilliland
Plum High School’s anonymous tip line was removed from the student handbook three years ago because of “an oversight” — actually a series of undetected foul-ups, according to the superintendent. “It was not intentionally decided to discontinue use of the …
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Ohio woman will be millionth passenger to fly out of Arnold Palmer airportBy Joe Napsha
An Ohio woman who booked a Spirit Airlines flight to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary will become the millionth passenger who will fly out of the once-struggling Arnold Palmer Regional …
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CMU showcases its lengthy list of fledgling companies at venture eventBy Chris Fleisher
Tech startup Expii Inc. has its offices above a bagel shop on Forbes Avenue off of Carnegie Mellon University’s campus but still only steps away. Founder Po-Shen Loh said he …
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City Theatre opens season with another rich play from Conor McPhersonBy Alice T. Carter
City Theatre opens its 41st season with the Pittsburgh premiere of Conor McPherson’s “The Night Alive.” If the playwright’s name sounds familiar, that’s because his work makes frequent appearances on …
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Rock Steelers Style, other fashion events team up for a good causeBy JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Arthur Moats and his family have been practicing. “We walk the stairs ... and we walk from the front door to the kitchen ... and we walk in other places …
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The allure of mass murderBy Pat Buchanan
“Seems the more people you kill, the more you are in the limelight.” That blog post on the email address of Oregon mass-murderer Christopher Harper-Mercer was made after Vester Lee Flanagan shot and killed that Roanoke TV reporter and her …