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We endured it all -- freezing rain, snow, more snow, Arctic temperatures. But you can't say you didn't have fair warning.
From Polish Navy to Patton's army, a volatile WWII veteran enters the Hall of Valor.
Team's No. 2 draft pick a year ago showed flashes of what made him attractive but lack of depth behind Le'Veon Bell is cause for concern.
The Panthers will now come home and await their Selection Sunday fate -- they're expected to be a No. 9 seed in the NCAA tournament.
"An American Odyssey: The Warner Collection of American Painting" includes fine works from the Hudson River School to Impressionists.
A woman died in a three-alarm fire on Alder Street in Shadyside.
Local boxers will have a rare matchup against their Irish counterparts in a Donnybrook — or brawl — that puts national pride on the line.
It turns out you can get there from here. But how much you'll pay and how smoothly it will go may vary widely.
Despite rising need, Pennsylvania, as well as the nation, wrestles with shortage of psychiatrists.
For the past seven years, Werner Ladders has been the "Official Ladder of the NCAA Basketball Championship."
A bakery, lip balm and "couture" hoodies were some of the ideas middle- and high-schoolers brought before judges in the iPitch Competition.
Plating style can dictate what's for dinner and how a dish is received.
Francesca Dabecco, 17, of Robinson was granted the chance to attend Los Angeles Fashion Week by Make-A-Wish after overcoming a brain tumor.
On CI13's last day, Mary Thomas picks two "favorites" -- the work most meaningful to her and most meaningful to the exhibition.
Rabih Alameddine's latest novel is narrated by Aaliya, one of fiction's most introverted, socially awkward, bookish characters.
With University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Mark Nordenberg soon to pass the torch of leadership to Patrick Gallagher, it seems appropriate to
Democratic lawmakers in Harrisburg have put together what they’re calling a “pension reform plan,” but it doesn’t live up to its billing.