Penguins center Maxim Lapierre battles for a loose puck with Rangers left winger Carl Hagelin during the first period at the Consol Energy Center.
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Penguins center Maxim Lapierre battles for a loose puck with Rangers left winger Carl Hagelin during the first period at the Consol Energy Center.

Penguins lose to Rangers, 2-1, fall behind in playoff series

"Our desperation level was much higher in the third," center Sidney Crosby said after the Pens’ Game 3 loss to New York.


 Former Clairton police Officer Jim Kuzak, who was wounded in the line of duty, gets some attention from therapy dogs Monday at a fundraiser at the South Hills Country Club in Whitehall. The service dogs — trained through Canine Angles, based in Myrtle Beach, S.C. — are assigned to veterans with disabilities, and first-responders such as police officers are also eligible to apply.

Family of war hero, CMU grad touts service dogs for veterans

A golfing fundraiser will help Canine Angels train more dogs. “There is a large gap, and this can start to bridge the gap,” says his wife.



 Shaun Byrne, 36, of Churchhill and the tattoo he designed with an image of a runner in flames, with 412 inscribed. He got it done at Inka Dinka Doo in Lawrenceville, where he works in sales.

For some marathoners, tattoos are the best way to remember a race and a city

Here, five runners who’ve completed the Pittsburgh half and full marathons share stories behind their run-centric tattoos.



 Monroeville officials say there are ongoing discussions with different government agencies "about ways to deter crime.”

Monroeville Mall seeks more ways to boost security

A shot was fired as hundreds of college-age partiers left a restaurant in the mall Friday night.



 A jury in U.S. District Court in Pittsburgh found that Hunter Panels and its parent company, Carlisle Construction Materials Inc., discriminated against a female worker, subjected her to a hostile work environment and retaliated against her by firing her.

Jury awards woman more than $13 million in work discrimination case

Sandra Robertson claimed she was subjected to harassment and ridicule because of her sex, and made less than a man who did the same job.



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Fashion designer Kiya Tomlin at her junior prom at Morristown High School in Morristown, New Jersey.
Prom night — there’s nothing quite like it.

From style and social media to manners for being a good date, here are a few tips on how to have a prom night that’s perfection (or pretty close!), according to some prominent Pittsburghers, including fashion designer Kiya Tomlin, pictured above at her junior prom.

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Weekend review

Wilkinsburg High School students are dismissed from school on Friday.
Penn Hills, Woodland Hills won't take Wilkinsburg students

The compensatory pick: Buried treasure of the NFL draft

Raising 'free-range kids': bad parenting or good life lessons?

At well sites across Pa., pictures help tell the story

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Penguins fans watch on big screen at Market Square

Organizers estimated that at least 200 fans turned out to see the game on a 16-by-9-foot video screen under a surprisingly clear night sky.




 





'Full House' reunion to appear on Netflix

“Full House,” which aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995, followed Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his large family in the wake of his wife's death.



Music preview: Queen of Soul to get her due respect in Pittsburgh

Aretha Franklin, who performs here tonight for the first time since 2003, is one of the most decorated performers in history.


 

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What Google tells us about working women

Search on CEO and see how many women show up.



Business or pleasure?: Rep. Shuster must separate work from romance

A PA congressman who heads the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is under fire for his close association with a lobbyist.


 

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