Clara Santucci celebrates her second consecutive win in the Pittsburgh Marathon. Last year, she had the fastest finish time of any woman since the race returned to the city in 2009 after a six-year hiatus.
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Clara Santucci celebrates her second consecutive win in the Pittsburgh Marathon. Last year, she had the fastest finish time of any woman since the race returned to the city in 2009 after a six-year hiatus.

Stephen Njoroge wins 2015 Pittsburgh Marathon, Clara Santucci tops the women's pool

Stephen Njoroge finished in 2:15:19, Clara Santucci in 2:34:06. Kimutai Cheruiyot won the half in 1:03:16, Susan Jerotich in 1:13:25.


Three open seats on Pa. Supreme Court make for pivotal races

There are 12 candidates — six Democrats and six Republicans — running for three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.



 Maya Evanitsky searches for the best place to remove a skin sample from the "Original Nittany Lion," the 150-year-old specimen that resides at Penn State's All-Sports Museum.

PSU student uses stuffed Nittany lion for DNA sequencing

The hope is to use the mascot’s fame to call attention to efforts to protect endangered mountain lion species.



 Cure chef/proprietor Justin Severino.

Dine: Why does Pittsburgh come up short in the James Beard Awards?

Why the James Beard chef and restaurant awards could matter for Pittsburgh.



 Charles “Teenie” Harris; William Harris III in bathing suit, standing on spare tire on running board of Duesenberg, with man opening door, c. 1934-1936.

Preview: 'Teenie Harris Photographs: Cars' at the Carnegie celebrates his zeal for wheels

The great Pittsburgh photographer’s love for steel and chrome zooms through a new exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art.



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The ADA at 25: unfinished business

The Americans with Disabilities Act has produced much progress in 25 years but much remains to be done, including in Pittsburgh.



How the Lusitania horror hit home, 100 years ago

Wrong names and erroneous telegrams prolonged anxiety for Pittsburgh families after the Lusitania sank 100 years ago.


 

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Editorial board endorsements


Who will you vote for? Read a series of candidate endorsements by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette editorial board for contested races ahead of the May 19 primary.

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Rescuers find 3 survivors after earthquake in Nepal

Surya Prasad Upadhaya, a government administrator, says two men and a woman had been pulled from the rubble near Syauli village.



Suit challenges caregiver employment ban for people with criminal records

Five people with long-ago criminal convictions are challenging a state ban on their employment in health care facilities.


 



Higher wages can create hunger paradox

As incomes rise for low wages workers, their government benefits decrease, leaving them still struggling.



New data tools allow employers to home in on cost, quality at local hospitals

Health care consumers are tapping user-friendly cost and quality data to help them make decisions about network size and hospital spending.


 





Remembering Orson Welles

Nearly 100 years after his birth, Orson Welles endures a sharp rise to fame and sharp fall from Hollywood grace to ultimately stay on top.



Hall & Oates a little 'Out of Touch' with Stage AE in strong Pittsburgh set

John Oates wasn't kidding when he said they draw all ages, and that's a testament to the duo's blue-eyed soul and '80s funk holding up.


 

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