Carlos Gomez rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run Friday off Charlie Morton at PNC Park.
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Carlos Gomez rounds the bases after hitting a solo home run Friday off Charlie Morton at PNC Park.

Morton falters in 5-3 loss to Brewers after promising start

Charlie Morton’s quick work during the first three innings gave way to an uneven final three as his command wavered.


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Murrysville chief reflects in wake of violence

Murrysville police Chief Thomas Seefeld says the knife attacks that left 21 students injured will be remembered for years.



UPMC data breach could be part of a national scheme

Health care providers across the nation have been targeted by cybercriminals.



 The LEED silver-rated Cardinal Wuerl High School nearing the end of its construction in Cranberry employs repurposed oak from old barns as wall coverings.

Cardinal Wuerl High School a thoroughly modern — and green — cathedral of learning

The new school teaches lessons in sustainability while honoring its Troy Hill predecessor.



 Leslie Vincen and Dan Wintermantel in the living room of their Mexican War Streets home.

Renovation Inspiration Contest: A former candy factory in the Mexican War Streets is turned into a light-blessed home

The abandoned candy factory next door to Dan Wintermantel and Leslie Vincen's house both tempted the couple and drove them crazy.

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    Everest disaster awakens climber's memories

    Local watchmaker Michael Kobold reflects on Sherpa safety in the wake of the recent Mount Everest disaster.



    Woman who wanted to be alone found in Linn Run State Park

    Daylong search called off after would-be rescuers learned she was safe.


     

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    Road work to affect major arteries, including Squirrel Hill Tunnel, Route 51

    Road work is planned for Squirrel Hill Tunnel, Route 51, I-376, I-279, Route 65 and Washington Road area.



    Search continues for bodies in Lake Erie

    Both Amy Santus and Paige Widmer died of drowning, according to autopsies by the Lucas County coroner.


     

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    Another project looms for Parke

    Hank Parke receives well-deserved recognition after years of dedicated public service in Somerset County.



    Nastiness missing from Penguins-Blue Jackets, at least for the moment

    The Penguins know familiarity breeds many hacks and slashes in the NHL playoffs, even if that was not obvious in Game 1 against Columbus.


     



    Study says government awards influence CEOs

    High honors such as knighthood or damehood can influence CEOs to make decisions that harm their companies.



    Rolls-Royce Motor CEO predicts 5th year of record deliveries

    Rolls-Royce unveiled the custom-made Pinnacle Travel Phantom, a new Bespoke Collection motor car, at the Beijing Motor Show this week.


     





    Artist tracks the region's changing landscape

    Artist Cynthia Cooley returned to places she captured more than 20 or 30 years ago to see how the landscape has changed.



    Miley Cyrus tweets that she's coming to Pittsburgh

    Miley Cyrus, whose Bangerz Tour has been put on hold due to illness, tweeted tonight that her tour is coming to Pittsburgh on Aug. 4.


     

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    People connector: A park over Crosstown Blvd. is worth a look

    If you build it, they will come — but it would be better if they could come on foot.



    Brighter outlook: The CBO has good news for the health care act

    In politics as in roulette, it is not advisable to place all your bets on one number.


     


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