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 Carolina goalie Cam Ward stops Sidney Crosby in front by in the first period at the Consol Energy Center.
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Carolina goalie Cam Ward stops Sidney Crosby in front by in the first period at the Consol Energy Center.

Penguins lose at home, head south to face Hurricanes yet again

These back-to-back series have not brought out the best in the Penguins.


 People make their way toward the Half Price Books store in The Pointe shopping complex in North Fayette after the doors opened at 7 a.m.

Shoppers in Pittsburgh area and nationwide turn out for Thanksgiving openings

Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales seem to be off to a solid start, Moody’s analyst says.



 Jodie Guthrie, right, was fatally injured after police say a car unexpectedly accelerated in a North Side parking lot and pinned her against the wall. She died late Wednesday afternoon at Allegheny General Hospital. At left is Ms. Guthrie's fiance, George Weatherwalk.

Family of victim in North Side accident raises money; baby remains hospitalized

Jodie Guthrie’s baby was delivered via emergency cesarean section and remains hospitalized at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.



 Nicole Kotchey, of Ross, collapsed at work at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC on Nov. 12.

Medical examiner's office: Cyanide poisoning caused Magee researcher's death

Some familiar with the case have said homicide is neither a leading theory, nor has it been eliminated.



 "Disney's A Christmas Carol" features the voices of Jim Carrey as Scrooge and Gary Oldman as Tiny Tim. It airs Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. on ABC Family.

Holiday TV shows: A complete guide to this season's specials

There’s something for everyone on this list of shows, running through Jan. 1



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Predawn snow squall ices Pittsburgh-area roads

Numerous crashes were reported on the Parkway West and another crash occurred on the northbound Liberty Bridge.



Chronically homeless Pittsburgh man is off the streets

Motivated by a teenage son and with help from Operation Safety Net, Louis Griggs has moved to permanent housing.


 

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Fall 2014 Dining Guide

Dishes from Stagioni.
Pittsburgh dining is coming into its own. Never have there been so many compelling choices, from the elegant special-occasion restaurant to the ultra-casual noodle house.

Need some restaurant recommendations? Take a peek at the Post-Gazette's Fall 2014 Dining Guide.


Retirement account owners decrease

But the amount of assets in those accounts has been on an upward climb in the past decade.



Defying the odds, one of the nation’s oldest menswear stores celebrates 150 years

Weitzenkorn’s, now offering everything from black tie to beachwear, is celebrating its 150th anniversary.


 





Tuned In: 'Grumpy Cat' movie feels like cheap rushed job

Lifetime takes a break from woman-in-jeopardy drama for a comedic holiday film starring Grumpy Cat; “It Takes a Choir” re-re-rescheduled.



Film notes: Cranberry Cinemas adds recliners; 'Blood First' to be screened Sunday

Cranberry Theater adds two houses, “Blood First” screens, “Birdman” and Michael Keaton soar as Indie Spirit Award nominations are announced.


 

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Kathleen Parker / Truth on Cosby

Most Americans have formed an opinion about Bill Cosby based on no established facts and only the memories of the women accusing him.



Still the Steel City: Pittsburgh’s corporate icon decides to stay home

U.S. Steel announced it will build its new world headquarters across Centre Avenue in the lower Hill District from Consol Energy Center.


 

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