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The Penguins extended their winning streak to five games with a 5-1 win against the San Jose Sharks, who had won six games in a row.
His death closed the final chapter in South Africa's struggle to cast off apartheid, leaving the world with indelible memories.
In Pittsburgh -- and nearly everywhere else -- the "noble experiment" was a failure, leading to Prohibition's repeal on Dec. 5, 1933.
The Penguins won't submit their plans for the former Civic Arena site next week because of anger over affordable housing.
Mayor-elect Bill Peduto's retirement incentives for 136 non-union employees would not be financially responsible, Luke Ravenstahl said.
Amber Meidinger was one of six roommates who held Ms. Daugherty captive in a squalid Greensburg apartment for two days while torturing her.
Prosecutors argue all three defendants are guilty in the case, even though only one actually fired the shot that killed Jordan Coyner.
The Corbett administration will begin seeking approval to use federal money to provide private health insurance to the working poor.
A cherished old cookbook brings back memories of what it meant to interact more personally decades ago.
Mike Adams underwhelmed in his first tryout to be the left tackle of the future, but now he finds himself in the position again.
The Steelers have called in the cavalry to help the offensive line, and in this case it’s two interior linemen who were out of work.
These are picks from the best products of 2013, as well as some enduring choices that prove their value year after year.
Unemployment in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area fell in October as more people left the workforce.
Papa J's Centro Downtown is closed for
Icy cold, in tiny glasses, with lots of food -- salted cukes, especially. Find Russia's soul in the subtle flavors of plain premium vodka.
"Out of the Furnace" stokes themes aplenty, from brotherly bonds and loyalty to homegrown justice, in a film shot in Braddock and beyond.
"Blood Brother" and "A Perfect Man" return from the Three Rivers Film Festival for weeklong runs starting today.
While watching the news, I was stunned by the topic “Will the Afghan army be ready if we leave?” Ready? Are you kidding me?
Able to forgive his enemies, he also was able to recognize and fix his mistakes.