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Talib Zanna bullies North Carolina with 19 points, 21 rebounds, lifts Panthers into ACC semifinals after 80-75 victory.
Wearing a T-shirt with the motto "I can't do it alone," Lauryn Williams emphasized the debt she owes Rochester.
Waste removal was stopped in May 2012 after crews discovered unexpected quantities of "complex materials."
The West Chester University Foundation hired The Bravo Group, a Harrisburg lobbying and public relations firm.
"The Book of Why" is a great read, and not just because Ralph the female German shepherd is a key character.
Fort Pitt Tunnel reopened at 4 a.m. today, in plenty of time for the St. Patrick's Day parade, after an emergency ceiling repair caused
Trevor McFadden, 16, and De'Andre Jones, 17, both of Uniontown and both passengers in the sedan, were killed.
James Greenbaum, the first pediatrician in Armstrong County, lived an altruistic life making sure that every child had medical care.
Pittsburgh businesses plan to offer multiple health insurance options if Highmark and UPMC don't strike a deal, according to a survey.
After putting off the inevitable for a few years, the Steelers are making the transition to a youth movement on defense.
Penguins have been golden within Metropolitan and get back into division play today against Philadelphia.
Norm Abram, master carpenter from "This Old House," will answer your questions Saturday at the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show.
There is more than plants at the annual orchid show. Bridgeville sisters make a business out of orchid jewelry.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra played works by Dukas, Michel Camilo and Ravel at Heinz Hall on Friday night.
The "KD/PG Sunday Edition" public affairs show will air Sunday on KDKA-TV at 8:30 a.m., not at the usual time of 11:30 a.m., because of
teeth with lanterns in the deep,
The Russians are putting undue pressure on Ukraine, but the White House response is irresponsible.