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Mr. Maazel, who was known for his incisive and sometimes extreme interpretations, was a study in contradictions.
The ride share companies are still under a cease-and-desist order, but how do they measure up against Yellow Cab? We put it to the test.
Over the past three years, more than 60 Division I athletic programs have hired consultants to handle a portion of ticket sales.
With laws and opinions surrounding use of drones in a state of flux, questions abound for the nation‘s businesses and residents.
Mr. Scaife’s will, signed in 2013, steers his art, his late mother’s home, and stock trusts that she left behind to various charities.
Cleveland's coup in landing the 2016 Republican National Convention boosts spirits of a town used to shrugging off affronts to its image.
The ramp from Ohio River Boulevard to southbound Interstate 79 in Glenfield will close from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday for ramp inspections.
Brandon Palakovic's parents want the state Department of Corrections to take responsibility for son's treatment while in prison.
He was the last surviving original member of the band that planted its roots in New York City.
Pirates reporter Bill Brink gives his analysis on the team in the Post-Gazette's midterm report card going into the All-Star break.
Francisco Liriano, starting today for the first time in a month, has a chance to send the Pirates into the All-Star break with a win.
Elsa and Anna impersonators and other similar characters are booked solid for birthday parties for Pittsburgh children.
Eyebrow makeup was the fastest-growing category of eye makeup, up 28 percent, according to an NPD Group report released this month.
Writer SAM APPLE recounts the story of his wife's great-grandfather, one of the most persistent immigrants ever.
What can Gov. Corbett accomplish by alienating the Republicans who run the Legislature?