PITT v IOWA, 17-14

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Pitt's James Conner runs the ball in the first half against the Iowa Hawkeyes Saturday at Heinz Field. At the half, the Panthers lead, 17-7.

 Andrew McCutchen signals to the Pirates dugout after hitting a triple Friday night against the Brewers at PNC Park.

Gene Collier: Big win leads Pirates to unfamiliar territory

Of what little we know of the playoff race, one thing was certain: Russell Martin’s blast gave the Pirates an elusive fifth consecutive win.

 An artist’s rendering shows the proposed open community space in the Hill District.

Penguins present plans for Civic Arena site

The details were part of the preliminary land development plan the hockey team submitted to the city of Pittsburgh.

 Seton-LaSalle's Danzel McKinley-Lewis, #4, is tackled by Ulysses Williams, left, #9, Tyrone Freeman, #4, back and Cameron Brookins, #7, of Steel Valley during the first half at the Steel Valley stadium in Munhall on Friday.

High School Football Summaries: Game-by-Game Friday

Non-conference summaries grouped by classification of winning team.

First Person: Goodbye, Terrible Towel

If the NFL can’t support a 4-year-old, this writer is done with the league.

 The Frog Hollow is located in the Enchanted Woods at Winterthur in Delaware.

The extensive gardens of Winterthur brim with amazing colors

Winterthur combines the magic of color and fairy tales, showing off Henry du Pont’s life’s work a century after he began.

  • Winterthur is a du Pont gardening masterpiece

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    Fire destroys Oakmont's historic St. Paul Baptist Church

    Exactly a month after its pastor of 43 years died, the oldest church in Oakmont was destroyed by fire.

    Report shows Allegheny County Jail accepts fewer inmates, keeps them longer

    The report from the Allegheny County Department of Human Services sheds light on the population that makes up the Allegheny County Jail.



    Good reads and special projects

     Early fans waving tickets at the Civic Arena on the day of the Beatles concert on Sept. 14, 1964.
    * The Beatles in the 'Burgh in 1964: Beatlemania in Pittsburgh

    * Refugees: A journey from Nepal to Pittsburgh

    * Poor Health: How low-income urban Americans struggle to get access to healthcare

    *The Digs: Explore Pittsburgh history in photos

    *Building The Tower at PNC Plaza: An inside look



    Setting the SEEN

    In this week's "Setting the SEEN," Post-Gazette SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht preview the Cancer Caring Center's Walk at the Waterfront Bridesmaids Parade.

    Plus a preview of Pittsburgh Fashion Week and other parties this weekend and into next week.

    News »

    Alibaba stock soars in debut

    The mammoth IPO that offered eager investors seemingly unlimited growth potential and a way to tap into the burgeoning Chinese middle class.

    Pennsylvania armed officers comb ambush suspect's woods

    Armed officers scatter into wooded neighborhood of suspect in deadly ambush on state troopers.


    Higher aluminum prices help Alcoa

    One of Alcoa’s biggest initiatives has been shuttering outdated, inefficient smelters and focusing on more lucrative downstream markets.

    Business Forum: PA 529 plans can alleviate future college costs

    The funds have grown and stabilized under the leadership of Treasurer Rob McCord and his great staff.


    Life »

    Gardening Q&A: How to help cannas overwinter

    How to save cannas to plant next year and prepare asparagus beds for winter.

    Peter McKay: This phone will self-destruct in...

    If iPhone 6 is a plot to sell smartphones with bigger, more breakable screens, it’ll shatter Apple’s sales projections.


    Concert review: PSO shows no rust in opening weekend

    The PSO opened its classical season Friday night at Heinz Hall with a performance of Berlioz’s “Symphonie fantastique.”

    PICT Classical Theatre adds 2 shows and a Downtown venue

    PICT presents a season of saints and sinners, including works by Shaw, Shakespeare and an “Oliver Twist” adapted by Alan Stanford.


    Opinion »

    Decisive outcome: The Scottish vote ends well for Great Britain

    The results Thursday night were a clear 55 percent to 45 percent affirmation of the Scots’ desire to remain in the United Kingdom.

    Self-borrowing: Corbett’s spending plan shouldn’t require a loan

    The General Fund would be in better shape if Mr. Corbett had gone after more revenue from shale gas drillers.


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