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Tracking social media for the 2012 season, two Emory professors determined that Steelers fans are sadder than any other fan base.
Ex-chief Nate Harper was accused of conspiring to divert $70,628 in public funds paid to the bureau by private entities for off-duty police.
A winter weather advisory or winter storm watch was posted for Saturday for Beaver, Butler and Armstrong counties.
Despite their 9-0 record, the Panthers haven't shown enough in the eyes of the voters of the two major polls.
Organizers said they wanted to inspire change but did not want to create a platform to discuss politics and public policy.
Harry Randall, 18, is accused of being one of two people who robbed a pizza delivery driver in Swissvale in March.
Researchers have developed a method to extract bromide from shale wastewater in an inexpensive way.
PG reporter Tracie Mauriello grew up in the Connecticut town of Oakville, just 16 miles from Newtown. She covered the aftermath of the shooting in 2012, and returned a year later to document how the families of victims and the town itself are striving to heal.
Authorities believe former PPG executive contemplated suicide before accident that killed two people in New Hampshire.
U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy introduces a bill for a mental-health system overhaul.
Mallory Heinle did her best to keep Class A No. 3 Saint Joseph competitive with No. 1 Vincentian, but the Royals had too many weapons.
The Steelers spent high draft picks on Cam Heyward and Jason Worilds, and they are finally emerging on defense.
Federated Investors sees less robust market advance, measured increase in interest rates in 2014.
Starboard Investors had urged Calgon to convert the activated carbon segment into a master limited partnership, which Calgon rejected.
The Post-Gazette shares a collection of ideas for everyone on your gift list.
Bar cookies -- chunky, sometimes layered squares that are a cross between a cookie and a cake -- are a one-stop deal.
"Nebraska" beckons Bruce Dern and Oscar may summon him, too, as a man who thinks he's won a million bucks in Alexander Payne's new comedy.
The middle film in "The Hobbit" film trilogy is a thrill ride marred by the occasional lapse into excess.
Pennsylvania has done the right thing, no doubt about it. But there is doubt about why it took so long.
The U.S. has cut off nonlethal aid to the Syrian opposition because the rebels are actively fighting among themselves.