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Joint practices with the Buffalo Bills will be the newest feature of the Steelers training camp, which begins today at Saint Vincent
After years on UPMC, Monongahela restaurant owner John Timko switched to Highmark, only to learn he could no longer see his UPMC physician.
Southern Methodist University professor comes to Pittsburgh for his “We Are All Homeless” project, to spread awareness of homelessness.
A tool kit prepared by the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania is designed to teach officials which approaches have worked to battle blight.
The Pittsburgh neighborhood is poised for a rebirth after a 17-month construction project.
Arguments in the criminal case against Leon Ford are scheduled for Monday in state court.
Rankin police arrested five men Thursday following a daylong gun battle that traveled between two Mon Valley communities and left five
A lifelong teacher of music, Michael Abelson liked to keep people on their toes with his dry sense of humor.
He turned a turbulent life into a resurgent career as a professional “soul survivor” from a bygone era.
As the Steelers open camp, contract talks remain quiet.
Top European squads Manchester United and AC Milan are set to square off Sunday at Heinz Field as part of the International Champions Cup.
The Mall at Robinson will unveil its new solar-powered electric car-charging stations, the only one of their kind in the region.
Here are five ways you can avoid becoming a victim of identity theft — even if your data have been compromised.
After 37 years, D’Imperio’s Restaurant in Wilkins will close next weekend.
With double the space and a new dining room, Penn Ave. Fish Co. in the Strip District is a fresh catch.
Luc Besson’s “Lucy” features Scarlett Johansson as a woman whose brain power is out of this world.
Blues-rocker Jack white returns to Pittsburgh for the first time since 2008.
If he has to cede a little on Ukraine, no big deal; he sees himself as winning.
It unanimously approved emergency licenses that allow ride-share companies Lyft and Uber to operate legally in Allegheny County.