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The governor said UPMC’s cancellation of its Medicare Advantage plan with Highmark had been “the final straw.”
Two Nepalese workers at Kobold Expedition Tools, a watch company in Lawrence County, have not yet been located.
Controversy continues, but experts say science is clear: antibiotic treatments quickly eliminate Lyme disease, even if symptoms persist.
The Steelers have shown consistency at tight end the past 25 years, mostly because they’ve found players who excel at catching and blocking.
Natural gas utilities have recently unveiled a new way for residents to finance expansion projects. Residents of Gallitzin are embracing it.
Mariah Aquino-Truss, 9, of Patterson Heights, Beaver County, is a finalist for outstanding volunteer in the 2014 Jefferson Awards.
The Veterans Breakfast Club expects a full house for its fundraiser -- “Their Stories, Our History” -- at the Heinz History Center.
International aid has begun arriving in the Himalayan nation three days after Saturday’s 7.9-magnitude quake, but disbursement is slow.
At least 15 officers were hurt, including six who remained hospitalized late Monday, police said. Two dozen people were arrested.
Carbo-loading before a race doesn’t have to load you down.
Slow start by star center fielder, who ended an 0-for-16 slump Sunday, historically won’t last all summer.
Patty Morrissey’s mission was to integrate philanthropy and social responsibility into the online coupon site’s business strategy.
The $10 million development is believed to be the first in Uptown involving new construction of a large-scale, market-rate apartment
Natalie addresses women using the men’s room and a PNC Park app to summon security.
On Friday, Pittsburgh Filmmakers will present the projects of 13 students enrolled in a full-time program known as “The Intensives.”
Pittsburgh Public Theater’s “Othello” brings the Bard’s classic tragedy to life.
Director Alan Stanford approaches the circa-1960s musical revue with the idea that each song is a miniplay performed by singer-storytellers.
Captivity is cruel for such social, wide-ranging creatures.
Ms. Kane has no choice but to resign.