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Local fans usually have a strong presence in Columbus because of the proximity of the two cities. Faceoff for Game 3 is at 7:08 p.m.
Police typically cannot tell whether a driver is texting or dialing a phone, making enforcement of the texting ban problematic.
No one was seriously injured but a large spill of diesel fuel and fracking water is being reported near Chartiers Creek.
Geisha are the embodiment of tradition, fantasy and art, drawing the fascination of Japanese and foreigners alike.
About three-quarters of applicants for cash assistance are turned down every month -- leaving needy families without aid, advocates say.
The appeal of the well approval has halted construction of a deep injection well for shale gas drilling wastewater in a residential area.
The Kane Regional Center, one of four county-owned nursing facilities, is opening a new "Memory Care Unit," next month.
State Rep. Jesse White, D-Cecil, plans to amend the wiretap law to make an exception for bullying.
Its role has a critical bearing on the agreement reached in Geneva among Russian, Ukrainian, U.S. and European diplomats to ease the crisis.
Offseason acquisition Edison Volquez has been the only starter at the top of his game thus far, with Wandy Rodriguez scuffling the most.
Gibbons, who left Saturday’s game after getting Penguins’ first two goals, is considered day to day, Bylsma says.
Unconventional meetings have gained popularity in the last 10 to 15 years.
Heinz is making changes in some of its pension plans, following the trend toward shifting retirees into annuities or paying out lump sums.
The oldest collegiate a cappella group entertains Pittsburgh before embarking on world tour.
More than $10,000 was raised on Wednesday to help support the Wounded Warrior Project.
Plus, eco-friendly fashion, a children's consignment sale, trunk shows for him and her (and brides) and more in Pittsburgh's fashion scene.
With temperatures heating up, Pittsburgh's four fashion trucks will be bringing style to the streets of the Steel City.
The Pittsburgh native and celebrity photographer says his photos help him re-create the joy of his childhood in Squirrel Hill.
The Nashville alt-rock band will play the First Niagara Pavilion on Aug. 29 with Kongos and Young the Giant.
A 300-year-old, London-based real estate investment firm says Pittsburgh is a very safe bet for the long term.
Matters in eastern Ukraine continue to risk violent escalation that could draw foreign powers further into the fracas.