A U.S Airways plane flies past the U.S Airways operations control center in Moon. The last flight to be handled by the Pittsburgh center is set for Aug. 23.
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A U.S Airways plane flies past the U.S Airways operations control center in Moon. The last flight to be handled by the Pittsburgh center is set for Aug. 23.

US Airways operations center in Moon to close in late August

About 650 jobs will be lost with the closure, part of the airline’s merger with American Airlines.


 Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he was "very disappointed" in the NFL's decision to uphold his suspension.

Brady blasts NFL 'Deflategate' suspension, denies wrongdoing

“I did nothing wrong, and no one in the Patriots organization did either,” Tom Brady said in a statement.



 Kevin Lockett said he had serious head injuries after he was assaulted at a Downtown T station in May.

Five ordered to stand trial in assault of black man at Pittsburgh T station

Five white men are charged with beating a black man and throwing him on the tracks of at a T station Downtown.

  • Five men ordered to stand trial for assault at T station



  •  Diners enjoy the outdoor dining at Redfin Blues along the Allegheny River.

    Check out the summer bucket list for Pittsburgh foodies

    Explore these foods and dining venues before the curtain comes down on the season.



     Roving groups of teenagers have caused disturbances in recent months at Monroeville Mall and at Kennywood, above, where some teens gathered near the McDonald’s after a disturbance closed the park early on May 2.

    Church festival's closing sparks City Hall meeting on addressing crime in Carrick

    Discussions focused on how police could work with the community and city agencies in dealing with the issue of “youth disorder.”



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    State statistics released this week show improvements as well as remaining problems in child abuse reporting and referrals.



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    Heather Arnet is the Democratic candidate in a state Senate special election for the 37th District, facing Republican Guy Reschenthaler.


     



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    With 16 PPG Paints stores and a new brand campaign, the coatings giant wants to seal its position as the hometown paint supplier.



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