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The Steelers may have lost halfback Le’Veon Bell, who was injured in the third quarter with what is, reportedly, a hyperextended right knee.
The project, known as DEbT-M, is funded by a nearly $8 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation.
Ringing in 2015 with one of the world’s most famous (and feared) delicacies: caviar.
In 1998, Macrina returned to Pittsburgh to work toward a doctorate degree. Macrina’s two youngest children came with her.
Former beauty queen Amanda Lewis, receptionist for Mayor Bill Peduto, is working towards a career as an opera singer.
County Controller Chelsa Wagner contends her office should review the Sports & Exhibition Authority, but her efforts have been rebuffed.
The mayor’s office claims the program will save $7.4 million by 2019.
Planes and ships from four nations are scouring the Java Sea for the Airbus Group NV A320 single-aisle jet that was en route to Singapore.
Top officials of the U.S.-led coalition pledged to remain reliable partners in Afghanistan’s unfinished war against militant groups.
Injuries and illness have taken some of the juice out of a power-play unit that was hitting on all cylinders early in season.
The tight end puts a perfect cap on season with a winning catch in overtime in the Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.
In Boulder, Google is running into problems that would be quite familiar to people in the Bay Area.
From large corporations to small, the workplace is adjusting to the influx of millennial workers.
A look back at some of the year’s best party moments.
Nearly 200 cadets, family members and veterans of the armed services were decked out in dress uniforms, gowns and black tie for the ball.
Plus, shop bridal party gowns at a Bella Bridesmaids trunk show and get a jump start on wedding planning with help from Wedding Clickers.
Pittsburgh should embrace its unique fashion scene and move forward -- no more focusing on the “good ol’ days“ of the past.
Aerosmith founding member Joe Perry talks about his memoir, bandmate and friend Steven Tyler and rockin’ on.
He rose from the remains of the swing era to forge new and lasting prominence as the instrument’s pre-eminent interpreter of bebop.
Against a backdrop of public anger over the deaths of unarmed black men, Pittsburgh police Chief Cameron McLay has done something important.
Instead of keeping his story to himself, the Steelers cornerback tells it at the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.