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The Pittsburgh area could receive as much as six inches of snow by Monday morning, but city roads should be good for rush hour.
Debts dogged previous ventures, but he’s clearing them while building a Braddock venue with foundation, nonprofit and crowdsourced support.
Sheldon Cohen, a CMU professor of psychology, will put three decades of groundbreaking research online. (One conclusion: Hugs do help.)
Women are paid less on every rung of the economic ladder.
The lineup will include works by Jiri Kylian, Mark Morris and Jerome Robbins that will be danced in Pittsburgh for the first time.
Planes that once dropped Agent Orange in Vietnam and were based here could have left crew members contaminated with toxin.
Pittsburgh police said the young man was shot about 11:45 a.m. near Millbridge and Industry streets.
Promising to be a “champion” for students, the 18th chancellor of Pitt asserts “the undeniable societal benefit in an educated population.”
Young people facing debt from student loans and credit cards are finding ways to learn about handling personal finances.
One of a series of stories looking at the Steelers’ needs for 2015. These could be the glory days for wide receivers.
Tabata spent the offseason refining his swing in hopes of increasing his power production and has put on a show since arriving in Bradenton.
Cranberry-based chain says investors who bought the company in 2013 were enthusiastic about adding clothes to serve sizes 14-24.
A lawsuit between FirstEnergy Corp. and a coal supplier aims to parse which headwind facing coal-fired generation is the strongest.
Jeremy Nolen shows the influences of growing up in Pennsylvania Dutch country in “New German Cooking,” written with his wife, Jessica.
Now in its 14th year, the Pittsburgh event strives to showcase the beauty and diversity of the African diaspora through many art forms.
The restored Oscar-winning film will return to 500-plus theaters in April and Twentieth Century Fox will release a five-disc edition.
James Risen is a bona fide constitutional hero, apart from being an author who has written a very readable book on a fascinating subject.
Chris Briem says the city’s rise-from-the-Rust-Belt story overstates how down we were — and how up we are.
Rep. Anthony DeLuca is introducing a bill that would limit the income that senators and representatives could receive from second jobs.