Lewis Jim Fogle crawls out from beneath the Indiana First Church of the Nazarene after volunteering to fix a leaking water pipe. He hasn’t found a job since he was exonerated in September.
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Lewis Jim Fogle crawls out from beneath the Indiana First Church of the Nazarene after volunteering to fix a leaking water pipe. He hasn’t found a job since he was exonerated in September.

Exonerated prisoners here ‘existing one day at a time’

Now free, Indiana County Jim Fogle fights to have Pennsylvania compensate the wrongfully convicted.

  • No Restitution in PA

  •  A U.S. flag flies at half-staff in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington Saturday after is was announced that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, 79, had died.

    Antonin Scalia, Who Led a Conservative Renaissance on the Supreme Court, Is Dead at 79

    Justice Scalia began his service on the court as an outsider known for caustic dissents. But his theories gradually took hold.

     Evangelist Kathryn Kuhlman at a book signing in Pittsburgh.

    Forty years after death, Kathryn Kuhlman still inspires a small but steady flock

    The best-known female woman evangelist of her time, she was a “one-woman shrine of Lourdes” who courted multitudes, and controversy.

     Screenshot of video taken this morning shows one of the bald eagles in the Hays nest turning the newly hatched egg.

    Bald Eagle egg spotted in Hays nest

    First egg of the Western Pennsylvania bald eagle season is visible on the Hays nest webcam.

     Emergency personnel work at the scene of a crash near Fredericksburg. State police say a pileup has closed Interstate 78 in central Pennsylvania.

    Police: 3 killed, scores sent to hospitals after 50-car pileup on I-78

    An unknown number of critically injured patients were flown to hospitals, while 70 more were transported by ambulance to other facilities.

     As part of an annual commemoration of George Washington's trip through the Butler County area, re-enactors repeat a shot that almost killed him. It is considered the first shot of the French and Indian War. Participants on history walks at Jennings Environmental Center on Feb. 20 will get to see and hear that shot.

    2 outdoors events follow George Washington's footsteps

    The expanded Cherry Pie Hike marks the first president’s birthday and his trip through Western Pennsylvania, where his life almost ended.

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    DNA exonerations nationwide

    By the numbers — Year of first DNA exoneration in U.S. — 1989, Number of post-conviction DNA exonerations — 337

     Evangelist Kathryn Kuhlman.

    Kathryn Kuhlman Foundation closing

    The foundation, which has tended the evangelist’s legacy for 40 years since her death, cites insufficient funds.



     Rebecca Droke/Post-Gazette-- Friday, February 5, 2016-- STORY BY SARA BAUKNECHT-- Carol and Jim Primm, married for 51 years, at their home in Lincoln Place on Friday, February 5, 2016. The couple were married on May 23, 1964, have four children and 7 grandchildren. Carol says the key to their long marriage has been their strong faith, good family support system and compromise." She also adds that Jim is a "true gentleman."
    How did power couples of Pittsburgh meet?

    Famous people and other Pittsburghers share their stories of love.



    A new regional computer network means higher speed, lower costs for schools in the Pittsburgh area. Read about this education collaboration and other stories from our communities.

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     Sen. Bernie Sanders

    UMass economist paints a rosy picture of Sanders economics

    Many economists beg to differ with the forecast of economic growth and employment, reduced poverty and a balanced federal budget.

     Panel speakers Staff Sgt. Paul Johnson (U.S. Army), left, Commander Leon McClain Jr. (U.S. Coast Guard), and Sgt. E-5 Charles E. Culliver (U.S. Army, retired) at the 6th Annual African-American Heritage Celebration on Saturday at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland.

    Black military veterans recount ‘in-your-face dividing lines’

    Veterans talk of the highs and lows of their military service during Saturday’s annual African American Heritage Celebration.

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     “We’re not going to lament about what we don’t have,” Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said.

    Are offseason moves enough for Pirates to compete in daunting NL Central?

    The Pirates’ moves this winter weren’t splashy. But then, they weren’t last season, either, when they won 98 games.

     The Penguins' Sidney Crosby said of this season's playoff race: "For a few years there, we were able to just kind of coast in, not necessarily be going game-to-game, trying to grind out every point."

    Penguins can't help but do some scoreboard watching

    Locked in a tight Eastern Conference playoff race, they’re paying attention to how their rivals are faring.

    National Labor Relations Board files complaint against Allegheny Technologies

    The federal agency says the Pittsburgh metal producer threatened union workers with the loss of jobs, benefits.

     General Mills' Betty Crocker baking mix business has long been a staple for the company, but its sales have been hurting the past few years. New recipes and value pricing have helped sales rebound, says Liz Nordlie, VP of Baking.

    General Mills’ Betty Crocker, Pillsbury cope with baking slump

    Consumers are turning away from the center aisles of the grocery store toward the perimeter, where fresher foods predominate.

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     Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were among the celebrity guests at Givenchy's New York Fashion Week debut in September. But the audience also included several hundred members of the public who received tickets in an online giveaway.

    Stylebook snapshot: In the age of social media, New York Fashion Week rethinks its format

    Designers are reevaluating if it makes sense to make shoppers wait several months for clothes to make the journey from the runway to retail.

     Jackie Walker of Indiana Township and Garcon, her 4-year-old berger Picard are headed to New York City for the Westminster Kennel Club show.

    Pet Tales: Local dog and owner are headed to Westminster dog show

    Jackie Walker of Indiana and her dog Garcon are in New York City for the big dog show held by the Westminster Kennel Club.

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    Your job is about to get 'taskified'

    Breaking jobs into bits and farming them out online promises to revolutionize the nature of work.

    Removing Kane: Impeachment will do the job if she won’t

    Pa. Attorney General Kathleen Kane, whose law license was suspended by the state Supreme Court, faces impeachment action in the House.

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