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The Pirates couldn’t quite get to Yovani Gallardo Thursday night, but they managed to outlast him.
As a percentage increase, Pittsburgh's rent is rising faster than established high-rent cities such as New York and San Francisco.
It was the leading man who drew some to the project in which Pittsburgh stands in for New York, including Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope.
The Women's Law Project with the Office for Civil Rights targets 9 state universities in a legal complaint.
After six years, Bloomfield Hockey is getting what officials say will be a state-of-the-art Dek Hockey rink to surpass any in the region.
President Barack Obama was skeptical about the agreement that called on activists in eastern Ukraine to stand down.
Agha Jan Motasim, the Taliban's former finance minister, was taken by authorities in the United Arab Emirates a month ago.
The Quips earned their first win on the softball diamond in almost nine years Thursday by edging Western Beaver, 10-9.
The Pirates Jose Tabata does not have a concussion after running into the left-field wall in Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon.
A University of Pittsburgh sophomore’s broken ankle has exposed a new twist in the ongoing Highmark-UPMC contract dispute.
PPG, founded near Pittsburgh as a glassmaker, has completed its transformation to primarily a coatings business, its chairman says.
It's called basket cheese, and it's been an Easter tradition at Lamagna Cheese Co. for as long as anyone can remember.
The new barrel storage warehouse is giving new life to an old produce terminal in Pittsburgh's Spring Garden.
BBC America's "Orphan Black," an entertaining showcase for newcomer Tatiana Maslany, returns for season two with more clones than ever.
British sci-fi thriller "Under the Skin" hits the screen with Scarlett Johansson's beauty in the body of a seductive alien -- boys beware.
It’s nice the president has noticed Pittsburgh’s revival. It’s welcome that CCAC’s efforts are recognized. It’s all good except what isn’t.
Republicans are fine at diagnosing social problems, but their prescriptions don't work.