The Post-Gazette names its annual list of the top 22 players in the WPIAL and City League, regardless of position.
Most of the more than a dozen major retailers like Macy’s, Target and Kohl’s were sticking with their evening Thanksgiving openings.
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With the Dec. 7 end of the Medicare open enrollment period, many are worried more about drug costs going up than potential hospital costs.
The statement by the executive committee of Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania counters calls to restrict Syrian Muslims.
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police on Wednesday released an internal email describing when officers can shoot at moving vehicles.
The Goodfellows Fund raises money for the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots and the Salvation Army’s Treasures for Children programs.
More than 100 protesters took to the streets Wednesday, marching and chanting through the Loop and blocking traffic.
Black Lives Matter protesters have been camping out in front of Minneapolis’s 4th Precinct since Nov. 15.
Playing through injuries this season, linebacker Brandon Bell has found ways to spark Penn State’s defense.
The Dukes, fresh off their first outright NEC championship, had a number of players feted by the conference Wednesday.
As consumers get caught up in the holiday season of giving and goodwill, their defenses go down, according to some experts.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration next year will dole out higher fines for the first time since 1990.
They’re the newest in the next big wave of Western Pennsylvania brewpubs and breweries.
From how to thaw the bird to cooking instructions, operators at the hotline answer 10,000-plus questions every year.
“Creed,” “Good Dinosaur,” “Brooklyn,” “Trumbo” and “Victor Frankenstein” arrive in theaters just in time for the holiday.
“America Ultra,” “Ricki and the Flash,” and “Shaun the Sheep Movie” hits store shelves.
We have an obligation to shelter people forced to flee war and terror.
Pfizer, the drug-making giant, claims its $160 billion merger with Irish-based Allergan would benefit prescription drug consumers.