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The Pirates took care of their end Tuesday night. Gerrit Cole dealt, Travis Snider homered and Andrew McCutchen filled in the blanks.
Highmark says 80 percent of UPMC doctors will stay in network when their contract ends; UPMC says the figure is “no more” than 56 percent.
Pittsburgh’s police chief-designate, Cameron McLay, said the intent was part of his goal of “developing relationships.”
Coach Mike Tomlin discussed with newest Steelers linebacker James Harrsion the changing domestic-violence climate in the NFL.
After 75 years, “Gone With the Wind” still packs a wallop on the big screen.
It’s easy to see the humor in a root canal … long after it’s over.
On Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, rabbis plan to talk about the Gaza war, spiritual trends and timeless themes of repentance and renewal.
President Barack Obama urges leaders at global summit to combat climate change, pledging that the United States will help with its
In two weeks, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald presents his proposed county budget, which he said will not include a tax increase.
Zach Sill remains a long shot for a permanent roster spot with the Penguins.
Clint Hurdle says Tony Watson has been “all business” on the mound for the Pirates this year, and now he has another honor to show for it.
With AHN set to open a new medical pavilion in Pine township next week, one of the medical system’s most obvious needs has been addressed.
The Rev. William Curtis, coalition spokesman, stressed Tuesday that the group was not formally endorsing the August Wilson Center bid.
Pittsburgh native and poet Lucie Brock-Broido returns to her hometown after 26 years.
Pittsburgh Fashion Week organizers have upped the stakes by inviting buyers from local retailers and a casting director scouting talent.
Funny-ish “Black-ish” tries to juggle social satire with family sitcom tropes; we’ll see which one wins.
“Gone With the Wind” drew complaints about decency and racism when it came out in 1939, but it still was wildly successful.
Budget cuts over the past year have led directly to an estimated 1,000 fewer research labs being funded.
The United States spends almost twice as much of its gross domestic product on health care as other industrialized countries.