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Woodland Hills running back Jo-el Shaw (16) on his way to a touchdown run with less than a minute left in the first half Friday night against North Hills.

 Steelers' Martavis Bryant pulls in a touchdown pass as he's defended by the Colts' Josh Gordy in the third quarter Oct. 26 at Heinz Field.

Bryant fits right in now with NFL rookie WRs

Steelers Martavis Bryant playing bigger role each week now in overall success of excellent NFL crop of rookie wide receivers.

 A tent city forms as students gather Thursday in preparation for the ESPN Game Day show at Mountainlair Green on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown.

WVU trying to keep a lid on postgame destruction

Officials and groups of students at WVU aim to keep after-game revelry from turning violent today.

 The August Wilson Center on Liberty Avenue, Downtown.

New twist turns Wilson Center toward Monday sheriff’s sale

But that doesn’t mean three local foundations with a deal to buy the property still won’t end up with the building.

 Sarah Boehm

Unsolved killing of Beaver County teen still haunts detective

Cases can go cold when police agencies don’t share information, a Beaver County detective said.

 Charles Courtney Curran, "On the Heights," 1909, Brooklyn Museum, gift of George D. Pratt. The oil on canvas is part of an exhibition at the Frick Art & Historical Center, Point Breeze.

Art preview: Charles Courtney Curran weaves women and children into lovely landscapes in show at The Frick

The Frick opens an exhibition of Charles Courtney Curran, who captured nature, women and children on sun-drenched canvases.

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Arrest made in Elliott homicide

Derek Scott Lee, 26, of Penn Hills, was being held in the Allegheny County Jail Friday night.

Man allegedly beaten by Cal U football players in serious condition

Lewis Campbell was working at a baby food plant in West Chester before he moved to Washington County in October to be with his girlfriend.



A ghoulish good time

On the "Setting the SEEN: Halloween Spooktacular," SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht take a Pittsburgh ghost story tour aboard the Terror Trolley.

The pair also previews Global Links' Day of the Dead party and gets spooky style and makeup tips from Costume World in the Strip District.

And if you're not too scared, stay tuned for the end of the show for a list of other events happening across Pittsburgh this weekend.



Robert Ferrante trial

Robert Ferrante, center, is flanked by his defense attorneys as he is escorted into a courtroom Oct. 23.
Follow one of the most scandalous trials in the history of Allegheny County: Robert Ferrante, a University of Pittsburgh researcher is accused of poisoning his wife, Dr. Autumn Marie Klein, a rising star in the field of neurology and obstetrics.

Mr. Ferrante denies any involvement.

Our reporter Paula Ward provides a day-by-day breakdown, latest findings and more. Also examine:

Case background and people involved

Evidence presented in the trial

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Normality returns as manhunt wraps up

The manhunt in Pennsylvania’s Poconos region snuffed out tourism during fall foliage season and resulted in intermittent school closings.

Test scores show Pa. teachers how much students grew

Teachers are learning their students’ academic growth data for the first time.


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Thriving Malkin regains top condition in big hurry

Evgeni Malkin notched his 400th career assist Thursday night, extended his point streak to nine games and ended his night with bloody lip.

Penguins notebook: Penalty-killers continue turnaround

Penguins penalty-killers hope to continue major surge of improvement Saturday night against Buffalo.


Life »

Workshops promote the virtues of vermicomposting

Vermicomposting puts worms to work turning food scraps and newspaper into organic fertilizer.

Gardening: A tree that knew the dinosaurs

If you want to grow a tree that the dinosaurs knew, plant a dawn redwood (as long as you have plenty of space).


Concert review: Symphony goes trick or treating

The Pittsburgh Symphony performed works by Rachmaninoff and Szymanowski with conductor Juraj Valcuha and violinist Nicola Benedetti.

Reality check: Random acts of kindness pop up on 'Face Off'

It was a good knight on the “Face Off” finale, but Pleasant Hills’ Talbot comes up short.


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Press freedom abuse

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Saccone’s good work

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Disease defense

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Saturday Diary / The Greatest Generation prepares for Veterans Day

They were in their 90s, World War II vets, most of them married for 50 or 60 years ...

The race card: Southern Democrats use a tainted ploy

Even by the low standards of politics today, appeals to racial prejudice are especially loathsome.


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