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Tonight, Pitt faces a team with some West Coast flavor, a talented guard and a history of scoring 100-plus points in Loyola Marymount.
"Out of the Furnace" stokes themes aplenty, from brotherly bonds and loyalty to homegrown justice, in a film shot in Braddock and beyond.
Diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease, Neil Alexander and his family look to prolong his life and its quality.
The National Weather Service forecasts 4 to 6 inches of snow and ice from tonight's storm, but probably closer to 4.
The layoffs are in human resources, coal engineering, accounting, IT, purchasing, marketing and land resources.
Allegheny County police announced today a 10-month-long drug investigation during which arrest warrants were issued for street-level
Trent D. Bocan will no longer hold the position of superintendent for the Diocese of Greensburg as part of a possible reorganization.
The president emeritus of Ohio State University will become WVU's president while the school seeks a successor to Jim Clements.
A federal judge ruled that attorneys representing the FBI have a right to see posts of a woman who is suing the bureau.
The Pirates non-tendered Jones, 32, who is now reportedly working on a contract with the Miami Marlins.
The injury-depleted Steelers received some good news when two starters said that they're ready for Sunday, and another said he might play.
These are picks from the best products of 2013, as well as some enduring choices that prove their value year after year.
Unemployment in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area fell in October as more people left the workforce.
The closing was prompted by a gas leak in the building Nov. 11 during the Veterans Day parade.
The Post-Gazette shares a collection of ideas for everyone on your gift list.
"Blood Brother" and "A Perfect Man" return from the Three Rivers Film Festival for weeklong runs starting today.
Local artist Richard Claraval will be showcasing his work at the Penn Avenue venue starting at 7 p.m.
While watching the news, I was stunned by the topic “Will the Afghan army be ready if we leave?” Ready? Are you kidding me?
Able to forgive his enemies, he also was able to recognize and fix his mistakes.