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The league’s top-ranked power play, which includes Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby, relies more on the unit’s skill than a set structure.
His handling of impending punishment for sideline situation certainly puts him in high regard.
Superintendent Linda Lane gave her state-of-the-district report, including recommendations coming from the district's envisioning process.
The Panthers stop settling for jump shots and started getting to the hoop in the second half to come back for a win.
Personal preferences come into play when comparing new gaming consoles by Sony and Microsoft.
Robert Freeman will begin his duties as school chief for Fox Chapel Area in March.
Traffic was backed well beyond Interstate 79 on the parkway, and on northbound I-79 approaching the parkway.
A federal judge ruled that Detroit can use bankruptcy to cut employee pensions, handling a defeat to the city's unions and retirees.
The lawsuit involves a rabbi who says Northwest Airlines revoked his membership, saying he had abused it by making too many complaints.
Tackle Kelvin Beachum and guard David DeCastro will be limited in practice this week and could miss Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Most Thuzio athletes can be hired to record a personal video message for $99, and several are willing to show up at events for varying fees.
Retirement investors aged 70 1/2 face a looming deadline of Dec. 31 to withdraw money from company retirement plans and traditional IRAs.
The holiday weekend was good to U.S. automakers, as sales reports indicate the industry is on track to beat sales numbers from a year ago.
The Post-Gazette shares a collection of ideas for everyone on your gift list.
Things go better with Coke, including these slow-cooked shredded-beef
Sherlock Holmes returns to the Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre stage in "Crucifer of Blood.
Holly Hanessian creates works of art that capture the moment of a handshake for show at Downtown gallery.
Politics isn't the substance of life, but it make good lives possible.
The Pittsburgh school board opts for experience in electing Thomas Sumpter as president.