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Penguins and Capitals play twice in next two days, and if history is any guide, they'll co-exist about as well as a cobra and a mongoose.
One of the 239 people aboard the flight bound for Beijing was Chng Mei Ling, an engineer with Flexsys America LP, in Monongahela.
Union officials working to organize workers at Pittsburgh health services giant UPMC are hoping history repeats itself.
Students who ran afoul of the law celebrating the upcoming St. Patrick's Day holiday will also be in the soup with IUP's judicial system.
Owners James and Karin Legato helped elevate Pittsburgh's status on the international style scene with hand-picked, high-end fashions.
Second civil trial in Jordan Miles police case, starting today, won't be a rerun.
Standardized tests are in the hot seat in the "opt out" movement.
To cut costs, hospitals must deal with labor and personnel expenses -- and that will lead to more frequent showdowns with employees.
One can only imagine what Bill Peduto and Jeffrey Romoff spent their time discussing last week ...
It would seem that recovering winger Beau Bennett and coach Dan Bylsma differ on when he might return to the lineup, but it could be soon.
The Pirates are giving Pennsylvania native Josh Kinney a chance, and the veteran pitcher is excited to provide experience where he's needed.
In 2013, slot machines in the Keystone State paid out, on average, 89.9 cents for every dollar wagered.
Kings restaurant chain orders up less boring comfort food and sends out its Taste Buds to market the change.
Plus, new stores arrive at Tanger Outlets, St. Patrick's Day gear at Fifth Avenue Place, affordable options for kids' clothing and more.
The event, which supported Cribs for Kids, honored 24 inspiring women in the city,
The Navy SEAL says being a warrior is just a way of life: "It's the way I was born and raised."
Sidra Bell explores relationships between clothes, gender and identity in "garment," which premiered at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
Obama is dealing with Putin reasonably but looks weak on the homefront.
The locks and dams that keep barges running to the benefit of nearly 200,000 regional jobs have been deteriorating for want of repairs.