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Jussi Jokinen’s role changes with move from Penguins to Panthers, but not his role as a mentor of young, foreign players.
Agencies say hundreds of children might go without toys this year because of mixups by the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.
Steelers cornerback living up to nickname as Big-play Willie Gay with three interception returns for touchdowns.
“Undercover Boss” gives Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto a new perspective on how to run a city.
Pine couple have the perfect addition to celebrate the holidays — or just a warm summer day.
Murderers Ed and Jack Biddle used the sleigh as part of their escape from Allegheny County Jail with the warden’s wife in January 1902.
Officers who said Gisele Paris was belligerent and combative when they arrived at her home to investigate the case and later to arrest her.
Departing president’s top assistant had been hired without required credentials.
Port Authority has fired two bus drivers who face criminal charges in connection with a Sept. 22 crash on the Parkway North.
Pitt’s defense had come around recently but the offense seems to be lacking as of late.
Rebounding is one of the biggest setbacks lately for Duquesne.
For those who alternate between credit and debit cards, here are five situations when you should always choose credit.
Oil and gas companies led the stock market up Friday, helping the Standard & Poor’s 500 index.
These suggestions may make life a little sweeter for the cooks in your life.
Weeping fig thrips are likely reason that leaves on gift tree are curling. The good news is you can see them and get rid of them.
There’s no place like home for Chris Jamison, even after the bright lights of “The Voice.”
The Indigo Girls will perform with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at Heinz Hall in April.
Here’s a story of a college sophomore earning some extra money by working at the local Home Depot.
The job is unpaid. The meetings are long and sometimes raucous. Public appreciation is nil. Yet the work is critically important.