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 Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, right, strips the ball away from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, Calif. Sunday night. The Broncos scored a touchdown on the turnover.
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Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, right, strips the ball away from Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, Calif. Sunday night. The Broncos scored a touchdown on the turnover.

Gene Collier: It'll be hard to forget what MVP Newton did in loss

Golden MVP hightops were just not enough for Cam Newton against Denver’s angry, and efficient, defense.



 U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., left, greets volunteers for the Hillary Clinton campaign, including Ngiste Abebe, 28, right. Mr. Casey gave volunteers a pep talk Sunday morning at the home of Jerry and Jane Boyer in Bedford, N.H.

In New Hampshire, Pennsylvanians try to make a difference

Pennsylvania politicians lend their voices just in time for Tuesday’s primary in the Granite State.



 Che DuVall

With lawsuit pending, fourth victim of UPMC mold outbreak dies

Che DuVall filed suit for medical negligence last month against the health system using a report released by CDC as a foundation.



 Beyonce, Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform at halftime during Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina, Sunday.

Beyonce to bring Formation Tour to Heinz Field on May 31

Tour follows release of new single and video on Saturday. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 22 via LiveNation.com.



 Pittsburgh City Council is considering whether money from metered parking after 6 p.m. in nighttime entertainment areas should be reinvested into those communities.

Pittsburgh considers changes in parking for nighttime hot spots

An ordinance before council members would create “parking enhancement districts” in such neighborhoods as the South Side.



 Carla Payne-Harrison, left, Just Harvest's Food Stamp specialist, discusses how the organization is preparing for thousands of people facing food stamp restrictions in the coming weeks. At right is Kayla Thomhave.

Pennsylvania nonprofits work to help those facing food stamp restrictions

More than 9,500 Allegheny County residents could lose food stamp benefits by June 1. Many might prevent that by volunteering for nonprofits.


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 Observers at the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, watching from a newly installed video camera.

Students to view Pittsburgh's eagle nests in real time

The Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania is offering a new virtual classroom program to all public and private schools in the region.



Super Bowl not so super to some

Although it’s considered America’s biggest sporting event of the year, some folks just go about their business during the Super Bowl.


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NO SAFE HARBOR: PRISONS AND MENTAL ILLNESS


The number of state prisoners classified as seriously mentally ill has quadrupled since 2013. Their treatment while in prison and follow-up when they are released devours increasing amounts of attention and money in the state.
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In the new episode of "Beer Me" Mike Pound visits "Smallman Galley" in the Strip District.
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TRAFFIC: Crash closes one lane on Route 28 south

The accident, which was reported shortly before 7:30 a.m., happened near the 31st Street Bridge.



 South Korean Army soldiers patrol by ribbons, wishing for the reunification of the two Koreas, attached on the barbed-wire fence near the border with North Korea, in Paju, South Korea, on Sunday.

U.N. readies sanctions on North Korea as missile defense discussed

Sunday’s launch underscored the limited impact U.S. pressure and U.N. sanctions have had on curbing Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions.


 Carolyn Izzo, left, president and CEO of Ellwood City Hospital, speaks with Patty Royle, a clinical nurse.

Struggling, Ellwood City Hospital looks for a partnership

The hospital has been living with negative margins since 1998 with a $1.8 million operating loss in fiscal 2015.



Workzone: When male leaders ask for help, do they get penalized?

Research suggests that men who seek help are perceived as less than — less competent, less strong, less of a leader.


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 Maria Nunez of Alba Flamenca performs.

Fiesta Flamenca held at the Kelly-Strayhorn

More than 250 guests came to see Flamenco Pittsburgh perform on Saturday night.



 Mary Rimas of the Olorgesailie Maasai women’s artisan group in Kenya wearing accessories from the OMWA + Idia'Dega collection.

Pittsburgh native Terenah Mosley's fashion collaborations span the globe

Her fashion career has taken her from Pittsburgh to Kenya, New York City and Paris -— and she’s just getting started.


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