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 Dehlmahre Konik, 12, a seventh-grader at Founders Hall Middle School, adds to a memorial Friday for Deonte Cobbs, who was fatally hit by a bus outside the school in McKeesport.

Outraged McKeesport parents seek safer intersection after second student fatality

Deonte Cobbs died after being hit by a bus Thursday, and Alyson Higdon was hit by a dump truck as she crossed the same road March 6, 2014.



 Pirates right fielder Gregory Polanco celebrates with first baseman Pedro Alvarez after scoring a run against the St. Louis Cardinals during the first inning at Busch Stadium.

J.A. Happ throws seven scoreless innings as Pirates defeat Cardinals, 9-3

Happ set about finding the physical and mental cues that enabled him to pitch well early in the season with the Seattle Mariners.



 Richard Mellon Scaife's will also divided control of trust funds that held more than $700 million between the Sarah Scaife Foundation and the Allegheny Foundation.

Westmoreland County judge declines to recuse himself in Scaife case

When Judge Richard E. McCormick Jr. worked as a lawyer, he represented a labor union during a labor dispute with the Tribune-Review.



 Penguins co-owners Mario Lemieux, left, and Ron Burkle ride in the team's Stanley Cup victory parade through Downtown.

Development rights on table in talks over Penguins sale

Mayor Peduto said talks are underway to ensure a return on public investment when a sale is finalized, if it includes development rights.



 The Lansinoh Nursing Lounge at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., includes recliners and a play area for toddlers.

Moms want spot at Heinz Field

Former Mount Washington resident leads online petition drive calling on the Steelers to make accommodations for nursing moms.



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Session beer: What's with the trend?


More breweries in Western Pennsylvania are putting an emphasis on making their lower-alcohol offerings as flavorful as possible. The trend even has its own name -- session beer.

So why does it work? Find out a little more in the latest edition of "Beer Me" with Mike Pound. And explore more Western Pa. beer and breweries right here.



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Pittsburgh traffic: Route 51 restrictions this weekend; upcoming and ongoing work zones

PennDOT recommends that in approaching lane-restricted work zones, motorists slow down.



Hungary offering to bus migrants to Austrian border

The late-night offer came after days of efforts to repel the thousands of migrants fleeing war and poverty who have streamed into Hungary.


 



U.S. stocks drop; mixed jobs report clouds rate outlook

It’s an old adage that investors hate uncertainty. Unfortunately for them, they got more of it on Friday.



Massachusetts regulator investigates BNY Mellon fund pricing mishap

A computer glitch at BNY Mellon last month disrupted pricing on more than $400 billion worth of mutual fund and exchange-traded fund assets.


 



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Vintage powerboats will be revving on the river at Wheeling

More than 45 vintage powerboats will ’race’ from Wheeling’s Heritage Port on the Ohio River, just downstream from Pittsburgh.



Edgewood woman creates cool green get-togethers on a tiny city lot

Sharon Danovich's carefully designed vignettes made her the small garden winner in the PG's Great Gardens Contest, summer edition.


 

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Saturday Diary: I’m not as smart as I thought I was

Compound interest helped me understand how a life adds up.



Monumental misstep: Obama should have taken input on Mt. McKinley

There is a process for naming monuments, and President Barack Obama should not have side-stepped it.


 

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