Antonio Brown celebrates his second touchdown of the game against the Panthers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
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Antonio Brown celebrates his second touchdown of the game against the Panthers at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.

Steelers defeat Carolina Panthers, 37-19

The Steelers discovered two old friends Sunday night that propelled them to a 37-19 victory over the favored Carolina Panthers Sunday night.

 One of the most infamous spills in the state’s Marcellus history took place in May 2010 on land Don Johnson, above, and his wife, Carol Johnson, own. The couple spotted a leak from an East Resources well site on their Tioga County cattle farm. They and the state feared that some of the small herd of cattle drank some of the salty-tasting hydraulic fracturing flowback fluid that leaked from the well site and the state quarantined the herd.

Trial and error approach leaves Marcellus Shale wounds

“Sometimes you need to learn from your mistakes,” said Scott Perry, a deputy secretary with the Pa. Department of Environmental Protection.

Highmark big part of UPMC revenue

That compares with the 19 percent of “gross patient revenue” that UPMC has reported in its financial disclosures for Highmark payments.

 Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Health Dept. Director Dr. Karen Hacker announce Live Well Allegheny, a long-term program to encourage proactive steps to improve residents' health.

Allegheny County begins health assessment meetings tonight

The Allegheny County Health Department plans to hold 13 public meetings for community members to provide input on health issues.

 Several dozen Occupy Pittsburgh protesters marched to the PNC building at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Wood Street, Downtown.

Anti-business movements unlikely to change politics

Historians and political experts say “anti-business” sentiment is unlikely to translate into votes for this fall’s congressional midterms.

Man fatally shot in Homewood

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Peduto to submit first Pittsburgh budget to state oversight group today

Mayor Bill Peduto was mum on the details, but he called the new spending plan “truth in budgeting.”

Congregants of Oakmont church destroyed by fire soldier on

Members of the St. Paul Baptist Church gathered at a community center following a blaze Friday that destroyed their church, built in 1874.



Good reads and special projects

 Early fans waving tickets at the Civic Arena on the day of the Beatles concert on Sept. 14, 1964.
* The Beatles in the 'Burgh in 1964: Beatlemania in Pittsburgh

* Refugees: A journey from Nepal to Pittsburgh

* Poor Health: How low-income urban Americans struggle to get access to healthcare

*The Digs: Explore Pittsburgh history in photos

*Building The Tower at PNC Plaza: An inside look



Setting the SEEN

In this week's "Setting the SEEN," Post-Gazette SEEN editor Natalie Bencivenga and style editor Sara Bauknecht preview the Cancer Caring Center's Walk at the Waterfront Bridesmaids Parade.

Plus a preview of Pittsburgh Fashion Week and other parties this weekend and into next week.

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Throngs demand climate change action

New York City’s People’s Climate March drew more than 310,000 people this weekend, organizers said, tripling the original forecast.

Pittsburgh Charter High School thrives in international competition

A recycling business developed by the school’s Students for Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship team took second in a world competition.


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Getting a shot is all Josh Harrison wanted

Pirates rising star proved he is worthy to be an everyday starter after management might have underestimated his possible contributions.

Exhibition opener serves purpose for Penguins

With a new coach, new system and some new faces, the preseason — starting tonight against Detroit — won’t go to waste for the Penguins.


Negative publicity does more damage than fines

Drillers are trying to keep problems under the radar.

Elimination of U.S. Steel audit staff puts human face on Carnegie Way

U.S. Steel says its efficiency initiative is a “transformational journey.” But for some employees, it’s onto the unemployment line.


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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette celebrates new printing presses

Community and business leaders, friends and colleagues journeyed to Clinton to celebrate the newspaper’s state-of-the-art printing presses

New Hazlett Theater presents Salon Noir

Partygoers enjoyed performances by local artists and the group Hammerstep,


TV reviews: 3 debuts show mixed results

The new TV season begins with a trio of mixed-bag series debuting tonight: “Gotham” on Fox, “Scorpion” on CBS and “Forever” on ABC.

Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Sylvia Earle

Marine biologist Sylvia Earle is in a battle to save the ocean before it is too late. At home in the water, at 79 she is still diving.


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