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Gerry Dulac grades the Steelers' effort Sunday in a 34-28 loss to the Dolphins.
A Toronto study concluded that "healthy obesity" is a myth, with risks of death and disease rising as people become overweight and obese.
Emails between the jail staff and Corizon document a string of medication distribution problems that one jail watcher called "terrifying.
Bandleader and trombonist Jack Purcell of the Jack Purcell Orchestra died at the age of 94.
With Columbus visiting Consol Energy Center tonight, Penguins coach Dan Bylsma assessed the early struggles of the Metropolitan Division.
Under a new campus policy, fraternity chapters could be fined if their pledges fail to meet a minimum 2.5 grade-point average.
Bloomfield is ready for some much-needed attention and has a ramped up advocacy group with six years of funding.
Compared to previous generations, children today are only exposed to tiny amounts of lead. But some experts think this is still too high.
Disney Research, Pittsburgh is using novel technology to add interactivity to the physical
Despite their perfect record, the Panthers still have a couple of things to work on, according to coach Jamie Dixon.
Central Catholic linebacker Niko Thorpe has improved with the extra games brought on by the Vikings' playoff run. Colleges are noticing.
As law firms try to be more creative with how they get paid, they're taking a hard look at the future of the billable hour.
An IP case over Christmas lights has ended with severe sanctions for the Chinese company accused of violating two U.S. patents.
The Post-Gazette shares a collection of ideas for everyone on your gift list.
CVV Furniture helps the needy with furniture and, last week, toys.
Best known for her role in "Dances With Wolves," actress Mary McDonnell is tackling the bad guys on TNT's "Major Crimes.
There are few surprises to be witnessed after 12 seasons of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's historically rich production of "The Nutcracker.
The acting director, E. Christopher Abruzzo, appears to be a climate-change downplayer, which should disqualify him from the permanent job.
A man stood his ground, and an innocent man with Alzheimer's disease, who was a danger only to himself, was shot dead in Georgia.