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Hill District residents viewed the plans for the new U.S. Steel headquarters Monday, giving it mostly favorable reviews.
Parts of Long Island and New England are getting slammed. But many parts of New Jersey received less than 4 inches.
Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world.
It’s easy to dislike coach Bill Belichick and his Patriots, but Seattle coach Pete Carroll and his Seahwks are more detestable.
Police arrested Shaquir Gilmore, 18, of Rankin and have not identified the juvenile male and female involved.
“He just wanted to talk to somebody,” Homestead police Chief Jeffrey DeSimone said.
The money will help fund 25 Allegheny County agencies that provide housing and services to homeless people.
Last year, Children’s Hospital saw 100 patients who had kidney stones, said Michael Moritz, clinical director of pediatric nephrology.
Diabetes in the elderly brings special challenges in maintaining safe blood sugar control, Pittsburgh doctors and diabetes educators agree.
A fiery Robert Kraft defended his team’s actions and integrity and said he expects the NFL to apologize once the investigation is over.
Brown also played for New England coach Bill Belichick, whom, he says, taught him more about football than anybody else.
Two of the hottest areas of the city for price appreciation and sales were Lawrenceville and East Liberty, said Howard Hanna’s CEO.
It’s unclear if the concerns of companies like Westinghouse Electric Co. have been completely relieved by an agreement announced on Sunday.
“Let It Snow” returns some familiar faces to Pittsburgh and brings Diane Keaton, Alan Arkin and John Goodman here for holiday comedy.
The last gasp of the musical’s New York run featured songwriter Sting rallying the troupe one more time.
Don’t count out the nonestablishment Republicans.
Greece’s elections produced a strong victory for populist-left party Syriza, shocking in its ramifications but not a surprise for Greeks.