Veteran Tim Hornik, 35, was shot in the face by a sniper in Iraq in 2004. It destroyed vision in his left eye and damaged it severely in his right eye.
Jika Gonzalez
Veteran Tim Hornik, 35, was shot in the face by a sniper in Iraq in 2004. It destroyed vision in his left eye and damaged it severely in his right eye.

UPMC exploring future of eye transplants

Acknowledging the years of work still to come, a University of Pittsburgh researcher forges ahead on an experimental eye transplant program.


 A steak plate prepared at Gaucho Parrilla Argentina in the Strip District.

Pittsburgh ranked top-10 foodie city for 2015

Livability.com editors cited Primanti Bros., Cafe Du Jour and Gaucho Parrilla Argentina as eateries offering a range of dining experiences.



 City Councilman Corey O'Connor said the ordinance, backed by the nonprofit Pittsburgh United, a coalition of community organizations, religious groups and labor unions, will produce “benefits for workers, benefits for businesses and benefits for the public health of the region.”

Pittsburgh council to introduce paid sick-leave legislation

The draft ordinance says about 40 percent of Pittsburgh private sector workers and 77 percent of service workers have no paid sick time.



 “It’s a good move to make,” U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy said.

Pennsylvania expands education benefits for veterans

Eligible veterans will pay in-state tuition at public colleges and universities under a state law no matter how recently they moved here.



 The U.S. Women's National Team celebrates with its trophy after beating Japan, 5-2, in the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer championship in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Sunday.

U.S. Women's World Cup final shatters TV ratings record

An estimated 15.2 percent of U.S. TV households tuned in to the network’s coverage, surpassing the record 13.3 percent set in 1999.



Video »

Loading...
More Videos >>
Advertisement

Weekend review: What you may have missed

The towboat "Charleston" shines its lights as it moves its load into place on the Ohio River.
Hotel tax proposed to lure big events to Pittsburgh, maybe even Super Bowl

Twenty years on, revisiting the Appalachian Trail

Is it time to play taps for live buglers?

Buying Here: Beaver home gains charm over 35 years of renovation

New ballgame: Sports teams find real value in real estate



Advertisement

SUBSCRIBE NOW: PG Feed newsletter

Pittsburgh skyline.
What are the top stories of the day? And what will people be discussing around the water cooler at the office?

The Post-Gazette's web desk is hoping to help you answer those questions. On Monday through Friday afternoons, we offer a curated selection of the day’s most important and entertaining stories, photos and video.

Sign up for PG Feed here and stay in the loop!

Summer 2015 Dining Guide

Bacalao en Aceite with cauliflower catalan, left, Cynar cured Laural Hill Trout with rose pickled rhubarb, artichoke chips and honey-pepper honey by Aaron Hoskins at Cure in Lawrenceville.
Restaurants reflect how Pittsburgh is changing, with so many openings pointing to a city on the rise.

In that spirit, the Post-Gazette’s 2015 summer dining guide is focused on that growth. Click here to explore reviews, photos and more about some of the hottest spots to dine in the coming months.

Browse recipes, reviews and more on PGPlate

News »



Budget talks resume; Wolf still considering pension bill

Last week, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed GOP-backed budget legislation and a bill to privatize the state-controlled liquor system.



Gas prices fall nearly 2 cents per gallon in Pittsburgh region

Prices at the pump, however, both nationally and in Pittsburgh are slightly above where they were a month ago.


 



Facebook eyes potential for growth across Africa

With growth stymied elsewhere, the social network wants to open up the continent for its “next billion users.”



Workzone: Meal etiquette matters in business

According to etiquette expert Demetria Pappas, more than 65 percent of business is conducted over a meal.


 



Seen »


#SEENHotSpot: Tako

SEEN checks out downtown’s newest hotspot, Tako.



EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta VIP Party

You gotta Regatta! Check out the VIP party celebrating Pittsburgh’s Fourth of July weekend.


 


Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Tina Desai

Bollywood actress Tina Desai appeared in “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” films and now has gone sci-fi in the new Netflix series “Sense8.”



PBS renews two children’s TV series produced by South Side’s Fred Rogers Co.

“Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” which is aimed at preschoolers, will return for a 20-episode third season in 2016.


 

Opinion »



George F. Will: The wrinkle in the ACA decision

Chief Justice John Roberts’ deference to clear purpose by Congress or the Framers gives conservatives hope.



Super goal: Hosting the NFL title game should be a priority

Pittsburgh would be an ideal place for the National Football League to hold its 2023 Super Bowl.


 

LOTTERY NUMBERS
Treasure Hunt - 07/06/2015
Winning Numbers: 1 12 15 16 28 Treasure Hunt jackpot for 07/07/2015 is $25,000      

PICK 5 (DAY) - 07/06/2015
Winning Numbers: 2 8 0 6 4      

PICK 4 (DAY) - 07/06/2015
Winning Numbers: 5 1 4 2      

PICK 3 (DAY) - 07/06/2015
Winning Numbers: 7 8 8      

PICK 2 (DAY) - 07/06/2015
Winning Numbers: 9 1      

Cash 5 - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 3 9 10 23 36 Cash 5 jackpot for 07/06/2015 is $325,000      

PICK 5 - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 5 1 9 5 6      

PICK 4 - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 2 9 7 1      

PICK 3 - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 5 7 7      

PICK 2 - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 4 8      

Treasure Hunt - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 3 10 20 21 27 Treasure Hunt jackpot for 07/06/2015 is $10,000      

PICK 5 (DAY) - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 6 0 2 3 4      

PICK 4 (DAY) - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 8 5 9 6      

PICK 3 (DAY) - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 2 9 7      

PICK 2 (DAY) - 07/05/2015
Winning Numbers: 9 4      


Loading...
Advertisement