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Teammates confident second-year pro Markus Wheaton can live up to being Steelers No. 2 WR this season.
Former secretary of education Ron Tomalis was appointed special adviser in June 2013, but was permitted to keep his cabinet-level salary.
Congress may find it easier to require background checks for teachers than for weapons purchasers.
Pager, which launched in May, is an app that allows patients to order a house call from a physician, using their smart phones.
Shame on you if you expected the Pirates to make a major move Thursday before the non-waiver trade deadline. That’s just not their way.
Paul Pozonsky is accused of stealing cocaine from evidence bags in cases he presided over.
Allegheny County could save $250,000 annually if it “co-mingled” its real estate department with its Office of Property Assessments.
Brother Nathan M. Cochran was a teacher, student mentor, registrar at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, but is best-known for his love for
Families USA report says more than half of Pennsylvanians who would benefit from Medicaid expansion have jobs.
Arizona’s Andy Marte hit the tie-breaking homer for the Diamondbacks in what would become a 7-4 Pirates loss.
Bruce Gradkowski’s role as Steelers backup QB is a lot tougher than most people think.
Sometimes a owner has no choice but to sell a thriving enterprise, because of divorce, splitting of a partnership or death of a shareholder.
The market was driven down by a confluence of worries, from weak company earnings to the looming end of stimulus from the Federal Reserve.
Several eateries to consider on the stretch.
Creative uses for that bunch of fresh basil
“Guardians of the Galaxy” mines 1970s music, obscure Marvel Comics, laughs and Chris Pratt’s appeal in an expected summer sensation.
Chadwick Boseman should feel good, very good, as he moves from Jackie Robinson and a football draft pick to James Brown in “Get on Up.”
She could draw attention to families dealing with kids who have disabilities like her son Trig
If everybody in Pittsburgh knows personal injury lawyer Edgar Snyder, it’s because he made them know him.