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More than 150 students from 13 area high schools crowded the dance floor Wednesday morning.
Country stars team up again at Heinz Field for reprise of 2013 show.
Darlene Harris opened a new front Wednesday in her feud with the Department of Permits, Licenses and Inspections.
For the everyday shopper and the gourmand, the Downtown Pittsburgh market offers a range of products at competitive prices.
Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang continues win over fans and teammates with bat, glove, arm, smile and sense of humor.
VisitPittsburgh estimates the Chesney show and concerts by Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones and One Direction will generate $35.4 million.
The cause of the fire at the Valleyfield Apartments complex on Washington Pike is under investigation.
Shuttle buses transported riders between the incline stations.
The work is part of the $39 million West Carson Street reconstruction project that is scheduled to continue into April 2016.
Pedro Alvarez’s home run statistics are unusual, to say the least.
Potential free-agent Ehrhoff gets clean bill of health after concussions, says his agent.
As legislators gear up to hammer out next state budget, nonprofit officials gather to find out how their services may be impacted.
This week: 2015 Infiniti Q50S 3.7 AWD
The King family, farmers featured on a reality show, serve super-fresh sandwiches -- for real.
The Hot Life will give you many ideas on how you can spend your weekend.
NBC's "Aquarius" is a fine if unexceptional period TV drama, a broadcast series that tries to look like a cable show.
As a child, “Gone Crazy in Alabama” author Rita Williams-Garcia was always curious about family history and family secrets.
Saudi Arabia treats bloggers worse than we treat horses.
Pursuit of corruption within FIFA, on various grounds including the choice of venues for World Cups, has long been called for.