Ten years after …
Ten years after Katrina, homes throughout New Orleans’ Ninth Ward — once a working-class residential neighborhood — are boarded and vacant.See more
The works of …
The works of Aspinwall resident Dennis Marsico are gracing the walls of the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in Shadyside.See more
You can learn …
You can learn a lot about a city’s history through its architecture, and these 10 homes shed a light on Pittsburgh’s long story.See more
Penguins rookie Sergei …
Penguins rookie Sergei Plotnikov knew it was time to make a move to the NHL after spending a half-decade in Russia’s KHL.See more
The LST 325, …
The LST 325, one of the “ships that won World War II,” will sail into Pittsburgh on Sept. 1, serving as both a memorial and a history lesson.See more
Shaler man charged with homicide, abuse of corpse in McKeesport woman’s deathBy Carl Prine 5:40 p.m.
A Shaler man police accused Saturday of killing his girlfriend and trying to hide her …
Timing drives former KHL star PlotnikovBy Jonathan Bombulie
Sergei Plotnikov is keenly in tune with the ticking of the clock, perhaps more than …
- Pitt’s Narduzzi names 4 captains 6:29 p.m.
Grieving pet owners find loving support in Pennsylvania groupBy Dan Geringer 5:27 p.m.
PHILADELPHIA — Amy Defibaugh was teaching her Death and Dying comparative-religion course at Temple University when her beloved …
- Shaler man charged with homicide, abuse of corpse in McKeesport woman’s death 5:40 p.m.
- 2 injured in Strip District shooting
- Newsmaker: Tamika Duck 6:27 p.m.
- Historic WWII-era landing ship tank docking at Heinz Field
Solarize Allegheny powers up with communitiesBy Matthew Santoni 6:58 p.m.
On a hillside beneath Beaver Grade Road in Moon, an array of solar panels the size of a small set of bleachers silently powers Mark and Janet Greathouse’s home. Joe …
- Westmoreland County Fair doubles as meet-and-greet for candidates 5:51 p.m.
- Assistant band director drums up support to save Monessen building 5:22 p.m.
- Belle Vernon Reality Tour offers close look at ‘nightmare’ of drug abuse 5:22 p.m.
- Man gets probation for sex with teen girl in New Kensington
- Prison sentence extended for New Kensington man
‘Perfect’ skies draw big crowds to Westmoreland FairBy Kari Andren 5:52 p.m.
In the land of the summer fair, sunny weather is king. “Perfect weather” is the first thing vendors, visitors and officials noted on Saturday as the 61st annual Westmoreland Fair drew to a close. The nine-day fair had sunny days, …
- Bonuses on the rise, but fewer workers receive them, survey shows
- Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Fischer in spotlight as meeting nears
- Crash-prevention technology changes face of auto industry
- Model T cross-country road trip provides lesson in simplicity
- What’s gained at push of a button
Regulators expect lawsuit over oil, gas rules processBy David Conti
State regulators expect a judge eventually will decide whether they followed the proper process in writing environmental rules for the conventional oil and gas industry. “You’re going to sue us,” Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Deputy Secretary Scott Perry told …
- Works by artist of the year on display in Shadyside 5:56 p.m.
- East Suburban Artists League marks anniversary with pair of exhibits 5:39 p.m.
- Travel-company founder offers ‘Safari’ memoir 5:14 p.m.
- Review: Clarice Lispector’s exhilarating fiction resists being pinned down 5:16 p.m.
- Independent bookshops find ways to keep going with new owners
- ‘Banshee’ props, inventory up for sale
Frick director works to make museum more ‘open’By Alice T. Carter 5:56 p.m.
Whenever Robin Nicholson hears the Frick Art & Historical Center described as a “hidden gem,” he knows he has more work to do. “I like the word ‘gem,’ but not …
- Road Trip! Destination: Cincinnati 6:22 p.m.
- Cooking Class: Grilled Escarole Salad at E2 6:54 p.m.
- Quick grilled chicken doesn’t skimp on flavor 6:28 p.m.
- A day brewing ... is life any tastier on the other side?
- Nighttime crew keeps plant containers hydrated, healthy around Pittsburgh
- Award-winning architect Indovina selling cherished O’Hara home
Architecture: Pittsburgh history in 10 housesBy John Conti 5:56 p.m.
We can learn a lot about our region’s history from studying the houses and, conversely, can understand why our houses look the way they do by understanding a little of …
- Juggling democracy, security in Tunisia
- Economics & the taxi racket
- A widening racial divide
- Taking the dirty bomb threat seriously
- Vester Flanagan’s video
A bad idea for BushBy Byron York
Jeb Bush based his first major foreign policy address on the classic Republican interpretation of the war in Iraq. Yes, mistakes were made at the beginning, Bush conceded, but what really matters is that the surge succeeded in 2007-2008 and …