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He wanted to be the best player in the world. To get there, Mario Lemieux had to pass Wayne Gretzky. The first step? Winning a Stanley Cup.
Police and the medical examiner’s office continue to work to determine whether Nicole Kotchey’s death is a homicide, suicide or accident.
After the day was done — and a crash had killed an expectant mother and left her baby in critical condition — the questions began.
The 1894 Marburger family farmhouse remains a fixture in booming Butler County and is the old-timer on the Cranberry Christmas house tour.
Suggestions for people who love to see their favorite performers or sports teams in person.
The series will end with a final session meeting in Spanish in Oakland.
The Hill District charter school allows for students to take academic courses at the school and electives online.
State deputy police commissioner says 35 people had been killed and 150 wounded in mosque explosions.
Pathologist’s memorable contributions to medicine and education inspired others.
Lance Moore got his big break in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, who come to Heinz Field Sunday.
Penguins knack for allowing goals while on the power play continues to irk coach Mike Johnston.
Colorado dispensaries are looking to attract customers as traditional retailers do.
Consumers should guard against growing desensitized to threats.
This holiday, keep pets away from popcorn, cranberries, live Christmas trees, turkey skin and much more — but don’t worry about poinsettias.
Handmade Arcade will offer live music, giant puppets and more than 150 craft vendors on Dec. 6 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Pittsburgh’s Chris Jamison is hitting high notes on NBC’s “The Voice.”
Lewis Carroll’s original handwritten, illustrated manuscript for “Alice in Wonderland” will travel to the U.S. for its 150th anniversary.
People-to-people connections can build understanding
The FDA issued long-awaited rules Tuesday that require the calorie content of a wide variety of foods to be posted where customers buy them.