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Human skeletal remains discovered in McKeesport
Police: Motorcyclist flees traffic stop, crashes twice
Robert Morris survives late scare, narrowly beats Fairleigh Dickinson
Covering towns without local police cost Pa. troopers $600M a year, commissioner says
Philadelphia mayor: Senator's comments on minority, inner-city students "racism"
After resigning from Turnpike Commission, Logan hired by Gaming Control Board
MSA's 2016 profits set record
Washington County lawyer charged with misappropriating thousands from elderly woman
West End man arrested in fatal McKees Rocks shooting
The logistical challenges of putting an NHL game at Heinz Field, a venue suited for football
'I'm very shaken up': Transgender students, advocates react to Trump's order
Toomey meets with some who have been protesting outside his office
Taxidermists aim to communicate something about the animal
Some people may think taxidermy is a dying art, but not in Pennsylvania, which has a robust hunting and fishing culture.
City gives Lamar until Monday to remove Mount Washington sign
Deadline could spark another showdown with the advertising company, which has not said whether it will remove the cliffside sign.
City may launch task force to examine affordable preschool
The announcement of the task force coincides with release of a study on preschool education in Pittsburgh.
Man sentenced for hate crime attack at T station
Ryan Kyle sentenced to 3 years in federal prison for pushing another man off the subway platform and beating him in 2015.
Judge urges talks in Penn Plaza dispute
A legal disagreement over the Penn Plaza apartment complex in East Liberty faces a status conference next month in Allegheny County court.
Pittsburgh, Philly fans will have french fry face off at Stadium Series
The Steel City Pot Roast Stak and Philly Chicken & Waffle Fry Stak will each cost $15 at Penguins-Flyers game at Heinz Field on Saturday.
T.J. McConnell loves Philly, and the city loves him back
The former Chartiers Valley and Duquesne star is now starting for the 76ers and has been a key to their second-half success.
Trump inauguration singer Evancho asks for meeting on transgender rights
The teenage singer has a sister who is involved in a lawsuit against Pine-Richland High School.
Pittsburgh Winter Beerfest pouring 400-plus beers, including two from McKees Rocks
Pittsburgh’s newest brewer, 412 Brewery, is part of the Friday and Saturday beer festival at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
Varsity Xtra: Preview the quarterfinals of the WPIAL basketball playoffs
Sidney Crosby joins practice with the Little Penguins
Setting the SEEN sneak peek: Mitzvah Bash at the Ace Hotel Pittsburgh!
Pittsburgh in Focus photo blog
Celebrating Black History Month
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is celebrating the many accomplishments of past and present African-Americans.
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NEW!: View Interactive Map of Pittsburgh's Historic African-American Sites
Dispatches from Trump Country
The communities surrounding Allegheny County that sent Donald Trump to the White House are struggling, and they will be watching his administration closely.
WorkZone: Westinghouse retiree group serves up connections — and food for the hungry
The rise of authoritarianism is a global catastrophe
How to throw the perfect dinner party
CMU festival helps young students explore engineering
‘Tsunami’ of Alzheimer’s cases among Latinos raises concerns over costs, caregiving
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