Pittsburgh City Council …
Pittsburgh City Council on Monday approved an ordinance requiring city employers to give employees paid sick days.See more
An “old school” …
An “old school” political climate and a lack of reforms after scandals are seen as reasons for Pennsylvania’s high corruption level.See more
Despite having more …
Despite having more than 400 volunteers who are willing to teach, the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council has a waiting list of 120 potential students.See more
A physician who …
A physician who lives in Murrysville illegally killed a lion in Zimbabwe several months ago, authorities in that nation are saying.See more
The Steelers’ addition …
The Steelers’ addition of Bradon Boykin instantly makes the Steelers’ situation at cornerback a little more comfortable for coach Mike Tomlin.See more
Pittsburgh Police looking for dark blue BMW that hit cyclist in East LibertyBy Matthew Santoni 2:36 p.m.
Pittsburgh Police said a dark blue BMW was involved in a hit-and-run crash that injured a bicyclist Sunday …
Steelers’ Harrison awaits go-ahead from Tomlin before practicingBy Ralph N. Paulk
James Harrison is considered the hardest-working man in the NFL. No one likely possesses a …
Actress Dushku displaced from Pittsburgh hotel by One DirectionBy Tribune-Review 2:50 p.m.
Pittsburgh must be getting pretty hot with the in-crowd when one celebrity gets kicked out …
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- Mother of Pittsburgh shooting victim does not accept apology at sentencing 1:23 p.m.
- Crews working to repair broken water main in Overbrook 2:25 p.m.
Pittsburgh City Council approves ordinance requiring businesses to offer paid sick leaveBy Bob Bauder 2:50 p.m.
Pittsburgh City Council on Monday approved an ordinance requiring city employers to give employees paid sick days, despite opposition from business owners and organizations who have promised a lawsuit challenging …
- Heroin, marijuana found in car, driver arrested 3:03 p.m.
- Blairsville man killed in single-vehicle crash in Derry 12:27 p.m.
- Greensburg native runs unique catering service in California
- Tax fight brews among Southwest Greensburg business owners, landlords
- Work planned for Route 711 in Ligonier
Zimbabwe alleges Murrysville doctor illegally killed lionBy Rich Cholodofsky and Renatta Signorini
The government of Zimbabwe has accused a Murrysville oncologist of poaching a lion outside Hwange National Park in April, catching him in what authorities call a crackdown on illegal big-game …
- Pittsburgh airport improvements noted as CEO tries to expand activity
- Obama orders steeper emission cuts from power plants
- Developers share their vision for Garden Theater block on North Side
- Shell shovels millions into proposed Beaver County plant site
- Extended oil slump takes toll
Coal miner Alpha Natural Resources files for bankruptcyBy David Conti 1:07 p.m.
Mining company Alpha Natural Resources on Monday filed to reorganize under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the latest sign of dire days in the American coal industry. Bristol, Va.-based Alpha, which operates …
- Community comes together for Guyasuta Days in Sharpsburg
- Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s banding program a labor of love for avian expert
- East Liberty native steps off Broadway to bring ‘Kinky Boots’ home
- Pittsburgh Glass Center exhibits new wares that reinterpret antiquities
- Architecture: Visionaries saw buildings but not the political surroundings
- Former Steeler Mendenhall relishes writing for HBO’s ‘Ballers’
One Direction brings the thrills to Heinz Field audienceBy Katelyn Ferral
If tween screams are any metric of boy band concert success, One Direction nailed it Sunday night at Heinz Field. The British pop group sang tunes from their latest album, …
- 2,000 party animals swarm Pittsburgh Zoo’s Summer Safari soiree
- Lawrenceville eyewear store has vision of helping kids in need
- It’s a day at the beach for Norwin Art League’s painting party 2:39 p.m.
- SummerSounds concerts in Greensburg a popular draw 2:39 p.m.
Greensburg native runs unique catering service in CaliforniaBy Jacob Tierney
Greensburg native Darrell Gillcrese may seek inspiration from around the world for the cuisine he creates for his Los Angeles catering company, but he hasn’t forgotten his roots. The chef …
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‘Preventive care’ canardBy Michelle Malkin
As more graphic, undercover videos of Planned Parenthood’s baby-parts racket emerge, thanks to the investigative work of The Center for Medical Progress, desperate Democrats are in full deflection mode. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell defended …