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In Pittsburgh -- and nearly everywhere else -- the "noble experiment" was a failure, leading to Prohibition's repeal on Dec. 5, 1933.
Penguins star Sidney Crosby opens up on a number of topics, from his development as a team captain to his weakness for parking tickets.
A judge on Wednesday ruled that neither the deposition nor the emails should be protected by the court.
The acclaimed chef and entrepreneur shifts gears in his plan for a serious restaurant in Braddock, with eyes now on a former car showroom.
"The pope recognizes unions, why won't Duquesne?" asked Joe Fahey, chair of the nonprofit Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice.
Hundreds of protesters calling for an increase in the minimum wage flooded into a Downtown McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts.
The Market District Express store, a smaller version of its original, is meant to mix convenience with better food and a quick meal.
There were many who might have wanted Hassane Laqees dead -- from Israel to Sunni backers of the Assad regime in Syria.
No specifics about the update were made available ahead of the briefing.
Panthers lose for the fourth time in past six games.
Panthers new and old contributed Tuesday night against Penn State Tuesday, but the two lone seniors left the biggest mark on the win.
The Penguins won't submit their plans for the former Civic Arena site next week because of anger over affordable housing.
Employers are still having a hard time finding skilled workers, but that doesn't mean they are paying more to attract them.
Icy cold, in tiny glasses, with lots of food -- salted cukes, especially. Find Russia's soul in the subtle flavors of plain premium vodka.
Decoding meaty dishes on Pittsburgh menus is just a matter of a few definitions.
His wife said no, but Woody Harrelson ultimately said yes to vile villain opposite Christian Bale and Casey Affleck.
Tuesday's O Starry Night show features Avril Lavigne, Backstreet Boys, The Fray and others.
Members of the Pennsylvania Senate have a chance to add important protections for the state’s children next week.
Once more, the performance of U.S. students in math, science and reading compared to their peers in 64 countries appears mediocre.