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 Nettie Gibson, left, flashes a smile with Eileen Gibson. Nettie was injured when Eileen, who was drunk, crashed into her on Aug. 10, 2011. It took multiple surgeries and rehab for Nettie to physically heal, and she eventually forgave Eileen.
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Nettie Gibson, left, flashes a smile with Eileen Gibson. Nettie was injured when Eileen, who was drunk, crashed into her on Aug. 10, 2011. It took multiple surgeries and rehab for Nettie to physically heal, and she eventually forgave Eileen.

A DUI crash, a horrific injury and a tale of forgiveness

Nettie Gibson and Eileen Gibson first came together in a terrible crash. Three years later, they met again and found common ground.


 Customers arrive at the SouthSide Works to watch "The Interview," as security personnel stands by Thursday.

Pittsburgh screening of 'The Interview' attracts patriotic crowd

The movie about the assassination of North Korea’s leader has netted tepid reviews but strong response after attempts to shut it down.



Best visuals of 2014: The Post-Gazette's year in photos, video and interactive presentations

The Post-Gazette visuals staff members have compiled their favorite work. Come back as we add pages through the end of the year.



 East End Plumbing and Mechanical in Sharpsburg has been a family business for 57 years. From left to right are Tony Mascilli, his mother, Florinda, his father, Arturo, and brother Art Jr.

For many family-owned businesses, handing off the baton is tricky

Some bruised egos may be inevitable, as specifics about who will control what, and when, are worked out.



 Running back Le’Veon Bell, left, blocks Josh Harris in practice Tuesday on the South Side. The Steelers are attempting to make a Super Bowl run behind the strength of their offense, instead of the usual reliance on defense.

Steelers defense no longer sole key to deep playoff runs

Recent signs points to the Steelers' defense being able to shoulder bigger load in the playoffs, a likely must if they hope to go far.



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The west facade of the Pennsylvania State Capitol building is seen on Monday, Sept. 25, 2006, in Harrisburg, Pa.
Members of the Pennsylvania Legislature are required to file reports on their outside financial interests. Browse here to find the side jobs and committee assignments for your representative.


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Is that big rig road worthy?

An overturned rig and its load lay along I-79 south of the Portersville exit in January 2008.
More than 14,000 people have died in big-rig truck accidents nationwide since 2009, and a patchwork system of safety keeps dangerous trucks on the road.

How does enforcement in Pennsylvania compare with the rest of the nation? Find out here.

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Hacking group claims credit for Xbox, PlayStation network woes

Thursday’s incidents are the latest part of a series of escalating attacks against Sony.



Great Lakes water levels surge from rainfall, runoff

Water levels in lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, Erie and Ontario are all above seasonal averages for the first time in 16 years.


 

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Varsity Xtra: Former Fox Chapel standout battles personal demons on road to recovery

Stu Lyon was the star of Fox Chapel’s 1977 state championship basketball team, but he’s faced some difficult times since then.



Varsity Xtra: QBs make the switch to basketball in a hurry

Three quarterbacks who played in state championship football games made a quick transition to the basketball court.


 



A quarter century of greeting cards success, and more, for Kathy Davis

More than 400 million of Kathy Davis’ greeting cards have sold. Lately, that amounts to $100 million in annual sales.



Ag-tech in Silicon Valley could change how the world eats

Dozens of companies are creating technology to make farmland more productive and farming more efficient.


 



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Chinese hit back against a foreign intrusion — Christmas

As fervor for the trappings of Western-style Christmas enveloped this nation, the defenders of traditional Chinese culture have fought back.



Francis and Elizabeth, in Christmas messages, focus on harmony

The pope emphasized the plight of children in areas of conflict, while Britain’s monarch advocated reconciliation, especially in Scotland.


 



'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' the best of the bunch to hit theaters this year

“Boyhood,” “Birdman” and “Foxcatcher” top the list of the best movies of 2014, which also includes the crowd-pleasing “The Lego Movie.”



Rob Marshall takes us along on his journey 'Into the Woods'

Rob Marshall, the director who grew up in Pittsburgh, guides a starry cast through a musical film with themes for all ages.


 

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