REMEMBERING THE FALLEN
In Charlie Morton’s season debut, the Pirates defeated the Miami Marlins at PNC Park tonight, winning their fourth consecutive game.
A McKeesport man charged with the shooting tells police the incident on Sumac Street was in retaliation for the boy attacking his son.
Vic Kleman, 82, rode the roller coaster 95 times Sunday at the West Mifflin amusement park.
When the renovation of Downtown’s Skinny Building sparked comments about its mysterious origins last week, John Schalcosky went to work.
The Lonely Robot from a Downtown art exhibit several years ago will soon have a new home at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
The bikes will be available for short-term rentals at $2 per half hour at 50 stations spread throughout 11 neighborhoods in the city.
When a Pittsburgh-led crackdown on homeless camps in 2013 forced residents to move, some settled under an overpass along Second Avenue.
Read about Tech. Sgt. Charles L. Johnston Jr. and his homecoming.
From festivals to concerts, here's an index to help you plan all the fun in the coming months.
• Setting the SEEN: Summer fun in Downtown Pittsburgh
Explore our most recent entry on the 1945 bombing of the USS Franklin, through the eyes of Pittsburgher John Steffora, who witnessed it first-hand.
State Rep. Keith J. Greiner, R-Lancaster, says a mid-March primary next year would give state voters a bigger say in presidential nominees.
Soaring temperatures have gripped parts of southern and northern India in the extreme heat wave.
Steelers OTAs begin today with few questions about the offense and many about the defense.
The Pioneers topple powerhouse Maryland, 10-5, for first NCAA title in sport.
For regional law firms, competing in a global arena with giant, well-heeled firms can seem a daunting challenge indeed.
While some firms still depend on partner know-how on issues such as staffing and pricing, others have started to track their data.
University of Pittsburgh researchers say Bayer employees in the Group Lifestyle Balance program cut their risk of diabetes, heart disease.
Research led by Sebastian Lundstrom and others at the University of Gothenburg suggests autism cases have stayed steady for years.
A local artist and part of Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Youth Media Program, Jayla Patton found her love of animation as a youth herself.
The actor plays his distant cousin, legendary Texan Sam Houston, in the epic new mini-series “Texas Rising” on the History Channel.
GOP candidates are being forced to march in lockstep.
The American Lung Association’s presentation again misleads the public on pollution in the three-state, 12-county Pittsburgh metro region.
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