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The Pirates’ inability to produce runs continued and they lost to the Cincinnati Reds, 3-0, at PNC Park.
A proposed final budget for the school year staff cuts, including at least 15 teaching and paraprofessional positions.
The report concluded Brady was “generally aware of the inappropriate activities involving the release of air from Patriots game balls.”
Report gives new Affordable Housing Task Force daunting housing crisis numbers at which to chip away.
An ACLU suit filed in 2012 on behalf of five African-American men claimed Pittsburgh had hired 440 officers and only 17 were black.
The endangered 10-year-old green turtle was undergoing rehab at the zoo after sustaining an injury from a boat in 2010.
Pittsburgh police were looking for leads tonight on a gold SUV possibly connected to a Homewood shooting that left one person injured.
In light of the death of a Facebook executive’s husband, experts warn of the high risk of using the exercise machines.
The closures affect the outbound side from Green Tree-Crafton to Interstate 79 beginning midnight Friday and Saturday.
Newkirk averaged 5.9 points, 2.7 assists and 1.3 rebounds in 34 games this past season.
Lombardozzi, acquired from the Orioles this offseason, is batting .379 for Indianapolis.
As it fights to woo a rival and fend off another, Mylan releases first-quarter results.
The closest campus to Pittsburgh that is closing will be the Art Institute of York, Pa.
Steven Raichlen’s latest cookbook is a swell one for both new and accomplished cooks, and for both men and women, too
Whipped cream and cookies and wafers magically transform into luscious treats.
The concerts will be held at 8 p.m. July 3 through July 5. The July 5 concert is billed as the last time the band will play together.
The high school musical awards for Allegheny County will crown winners at a Benedum Center ceremony on May 30.
She’s doing a good job, despite what you read in the papers.
the longer a person goes without a repeat offense, the more likely it is that he has turned his life around permanently.