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In 2013, slot machines in the Keystone State paid out, on average, 89.9 cents for every dollar wagered.
A pothole doesn't care where it lives. But someone does: In some Pittsburgh neighborhoods, they're far quicker to be filled than in others.
As the popularity of wood-burning ovens has grown, city inspectors have questioned their safety.
The programs opportunities for independence and prepares athletes for the working world.
A bald eagle family has become a video sensation. Wildlife experts applaud the public interest but warn against getting too attached.
The movement to create a Pittsburgh Land Bank -- an independent body to turn over vacant city properties -- is meeting some resistance.
After Katie Johnson lost her home and sister to fire, her Hill District neighbors have been doing their part to lift and heal her spirit.
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Gunmen fired warning shots as international observers tried to enter Crimea and a Ukrainian border patrol plane came under fire.
Insurers CAN renew health policies into 2017, even though they don't meet minimum coverage requirements under the federal health care law.
Ben Roethlisberger is 32 and played every snap in 2013. Because of that, the Steelers will always have a chance at greatness.
Catcher Russell Martin hit his third home run of the spring and was 2 for 3 as the designated hitter.
Kings restaurant chain orders up less boring comfort food and sends out its Taste Buds to market the change.
Questions about a Pittsburgh company involved in a Chinese reverse merger have reunited a familiar cast of characters.
Here are some of the accessory trends for spring expected to heat up wardrobes once the snow is gone for good.
Charleston restaurants fill high expectations in the Lowcountry.
The Girl of "Once the Musical" finds a home away from home with the Tony winner's national touring company.
Colum McCann, author of "TransAtlantic" and "Let the Great World Spin," speaks at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Their worldviews are similar, but Putin is more opportunist than ideologue, explains columnist Charles Lane.
To those who think America is conducting a war on coal, it’s time to pay attention to a giant coal company’s war on Americans.