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Nicholas Kelly scrapes the windshield this morning as exhaust as his vehicle warms up along Waverly Street in Wilkinsburg.

 Melanie Harrington, president and CEO of Vibrant Pittsburgh, makes a point during a panel discussion Thursday on diversity in the workforce following the release of The Pittsburgh Regional Workforce Diversity Indicators Report.

Study: Minorities in Pittsburgh region dominate low-wage jobs

The Workforce Diversity Indicators Initiative report was the subject of a forum on diversity at the University of Pittsburgh on Thursday.

 Gov. Tom Wolf delivers his budget address for the 2015-16 fiscal year to a joint session of the Pennsylvania House and Senate on Tuesday in Harrisburg.

More goods, services to be taxed under Wolf proposal

Diapers, caskets, candy and certain legal services are some of the proposed goods and services the governor’s budget proposal will tax.

 The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is expected to issue an advisory decision that would, in effect, allow distributors to sell cases of beer that contain a minimum of 128 ounces.

Pennsylvania beer distributors could soon sell 12-packs

According to multiple sources, the PLCB is contemplating a rule change that would allow beer to be sold in smaller quantities.

 Hot-flash pajamas made from wicking material are ideal for women thrown into early menopause.

Early menopausal hot flashes may have links to heart disease risk

Hot flashes that occur in women who are 42 or younger may signal the start of heart disease, a University of Pittsburgh study shows.

 Indiana teammates hoist the trophy after defeating Beaver Falls in the WPIAL class AAA championship Friday, February 27, 2015 at the Petersen Events Center.

Varsity Xtra: It wasn't a movie, it was reality for Indiana High, town

Last week a group of teenagers from Indiana, Pa., pulled off something that has lifted a small town and made heroes of high school athletes.

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Setting the SEEN

We can do it!

SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht channel their inner Rosie the Riveter to learn about the swingin' good time in store for guests at the Heinz History Center's History Uncorked event, which this year has a 1940s World War II theme.

As always, be sure to check out the credits for other events happening in the region this weekend.

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Pittsburgh's history is rich ... and sometimes hidden.

It's told in the pictures and artifacts we hand down through generations, and that we make ourselves. If you have any old photos of Pittsburgh places that are no longer around, share them with us and the rest of the community on the Post-Gazette's MyBurgh page.

Sports »

Preliminary rounds lead to PIAA wrestling upsets

Seven WPIAL wrestlers win preliminary matches then score upsets of high-ranked opponents int the PIAA Class AAA and AA tournaments.

Raiders release LaMarr Woodley, will court Ndamukong Suh

Also, Raiders running back Maurice Jones-Drew will retire from professional football.


Stock market highs don’t translate to portfolio

Analysts says that the average investor couldn’t stand the kind of risk necessary to track the performance of the S&P 500.

European Central Bank set to begin bond-buying plan

The ECB’s stimulus program begins Monday, with the bank’s president predicting improvements in the eurozone economy and inflation picture.


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87-year-old McKeesport restaurant owner: 'This place is my life'

John “Jack” Brusick of McKeesport has owned and operated The Elbow Room in his hometown since 1957.

Clinton holiday lights draw increasingly larger crowds

Volunteers who organize the display donate proceeds to West Allegheny School District and a host of other organizations.


Movie review: A gentle comedy checks into the 'Marigold Hotel' sequel

Almost all of the stars check back in for “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel,” and Richard Gere joins them in the gently comic sequel.

Tuned In: Netflix's smart, funny 'Kimmy' a winner

Netflix scores with its first original comedy series, NBC cast-off “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” and A&E remakes “The Returned.”


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The rising risk of train explosions

Crude-oil rail shipments should be stopped until they are better regulated.

The Petraeus deal: Sharing top-secret documents calls for prison time

Retired U.S. Army general and former CIA chief David H. Petraeus appears on his way to receiving light punishment.


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