Parkway West on-and-off ramps in Carnegie will be closed at 10 tonight and remain closed through late December for the second year of a $72.8 million parkway reconstruction project.
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Parkway West on-and-off ramps in Carnegie will be closed at 10 tonight and remain closed through late December for the second year of a $72.8 million parkway reconstruction project.

Parkway West closures begin tonight

The closures will effect drivers who use the interchanges at Carnegie and the Fort Pitt Tunnels as work rehabilitation work continues.


 Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald

Fitzgerald's top political foes face stern challenge

A new political committee is working with the Allegheny County executive to replace fellow Democrats who oppose his policies.



 Woodland Hills School District superintendent Alan Johnson: “I could send out a directive this afternoon: Thou shalt not suspend any more students in grades K-3. I don’t want to do that.”

Woodland Hills superintendent: 'We're trying to change the culture. ... we’re starting to be successful'

A 2011-12 study put the district’s K-6 suspension rate at 23.8 percent -- top 10 nationally -- but the 2013-14 rate was 16.48.



 Rabih Fahed cooking at Shouf's Cafe.

Odysseys: 'One door closes, God opens another' for Lebanon native, Pittsburgh entrepreneur

Rabih Fahed faced deportation as an illegal immigrant, but his work as a restaurant manager allowed him to stay and become a U.S. citizen.



 Penguins Evgeni Malkin is congratulated by Kris Letang after scoring against the Blue Jackets in the first period Sunday at Consol Energy Center.

Power plays, Evgeni Malkin push Penguins past Blue Jackets, 5-3

Penguins center Evgeni Malkin finished with two goals and an assist, giving him six points in his last two games.



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Judge backed down on revoking bond for shooting suspect now charged with murder

"I don't think he should have been out on bail," Ronald Acrie, father of one victim, said of suspect Harvey Scott, now charged with murder.



Lawsuit challenging Philadelphia union officials as 'ghost teachers' mirrors Pittsburgh

The lawsuit by The Fairness Center claims teachers out of the classroom for years on union duties still get raises and public pensions.


 

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Setting the SEEN marks a milestone


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Celebrate one year of "Setting the SEEN" as hosts Natalie Bencivenga and Sara Bauknecht present a special edition from Hotel Monaco -- a new Downtown hot spot -- featuring former guests and fans of the show.

And as always, check out the credits at the end for other events happening around Pittsburgh this weekend.



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Runners prepare to race at the starting line of the 2014 Pittsburgh Marathon on May 4.
With the 2015 Pittsburgh Marathon approaching, certified running coach Tim Lyman and certified personal trainer Laura Flaus show you the best ways to stretch and prepare for long runs.

Using our body diagram, learn different stretches and warmups for before and after a run. Follow a complete week-by-week guide by fitness experts to get ready for the Pittsburgh Marathon at their Wellness N'at blog.


Samsung ditches plastic design, adds mobile pay in new phone

The South Korean phone manufacturer also unveiled a model with a display that curves so that information can be glanced at on the side.



What killed FirstEnergy's coal plants?

A lawsuit between FirstEnergy Corp. and a coal supplier aims to parse which headwind facing coal-fired generation is the strongest.


 



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'Setting the Seen' celebrates first anniversary

“Setting the Seen” marks its anniversary with an interactive taping at Downtown Pittsburgh hot spot Hotel Monaco.



Yale Club hosts alumni at Warhol Museum event

More than 100 Yale alumni gathered at The Warhol for a private tour of the Corita Kent exhibit.


 

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Netanyahu, the Great Divider

U.S. leaders should take the prime minister’s advice with a large grain of salt.



Indefensible: Europe cuts NATO spending while the U.S. pays

The United States bears a disproportionate share of NATO’s cost -- an old problem that is getting worse rather than better.


 

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