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Highmark says 80 percent of UPMC doctors will stay in network when their contract ends; UPMC says the figure is “no more” than 56 percent.
Pittsburgh’s police chief-designate, Cameron McLay, said the intent was part of his goal of “developing relationships.”
Coach Mike Tomlin discussed with newest Steelers linebacker James Harrsion the changing domestic-violence climate in the NFL.
After 75 years, “Gone With the Wind” still packs a wallop on the big screen.
Clint Hurdle says Tony Watson has been “all business” on the mound for the Pirates this year, and now he has another honor to show for it.
In two weeks, Allegheny County executive Rich Fitzgerald presents his proposed county budget, which he said will not include a tax increase.
The Rev. William Curtis, coalition spokesman, stressed Tuesday that the group was not formally endorsing the August Wilson Center bid.
The city approved plans to erect a complex that will include 389 apartments and street-level retail space on Forbes and Fifth avenues.
Yes, it does matter that the president inherited a rotten situation in Iraq, created by his predecessor, who shall be named: George W. Bush.
A day after the U.S. Treasury Department announced plans to crack down on inversions, analysts are unclear of the impact on pending deals.
When it comes to exploring the planet Mars, a half-billion-dollar investment can go a long way.
On Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, rabbis plan to talk about the Gaza war, spiritual trends and timeless themes of repentance and renewal.
Technology guru Ray Ozzie wants to bring back the human voice to phones through Talko, an application being released Tuesday for iPhone.
With AHN set to open a new medical pavilion in Pine township next week, one of the medical system’s most obvious needs has been addressed.
The NAM urged Congress and the White House to take a bipartisan, long-term approach to funding infrastructure improvements.
There are risks involved in escalating America’s military involvement in the confused and confusing Middle East fray.
Pittsburgh Fashion Week organizers have upped the stakes by inviting buyers from local retailers and a casting director scouting talent.
It’s easy to see the humor in a root canal … long after it’s over.
A near-record gap between high U.S. steel prices and the low prices being seen in every other part of the globe has analysts puzzled.
The United States spends almost twice as much of its gross domestic product on health care as other industrialized countries.
The Pirates took care of their end Tuesday night. Gerrit Cole dealt, Travis Snider homered and Andrew McCutchen filled in the blanks.
Surveillance video shows the drivers gesturing to each other, possibly in a joking manner, as they raced down the Parkway North on Monday.
James Harrison was re-signed to replace Jarvis Jones, who was placed on the short-term injured reserve list after surgery on a broken wrist.
The Regional Asset District, now in its 20th year, showcases places that get RAD funding with hikes, tours, museum visits and more.
Josh Gibson Park in Station Square would teach about the Homestead Grays, Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Negro Leagues in Pittsburgh.
Russell Martin and Josh Harrison have been remarkable, but Andrew McCutchen showed once again Monday night why he’s still this team’s best.
Inspectors are the front line of the state’s effort to ensure development in Marcellus is done right and with little environmental impact.
Inspecting an active gas well site means hours of walking, talking and testing.
Cindy’s Carriages, a two-car taxi company, is trying to expand, but has had efforts blocked by Classy Cab and Yellow Cab.
While the civil debate featured no bombshells, Mr. Corbett was often the low-key aggressor and Mr. Wolf was unfazed by the criticisms.
New drugs can cure hepatitis C, but their prohibitive cost makes them unavailable through Medicare and health-insurance plans.
The bats that carried the Pirates to where they are today have handed off the heavy lifting to the pitching staff.
If the theme of Week 2 was the wicked sting of the injury bug, this weekend may go down as the dawn of the Class of 2014.
Pirates notebook: Former Pirates player and coach dismissed after second year at the helm of the Class AA minor league club.
Measure would require “reasonable accommodations” for pregnant city employees and companies that do business with the city.
NYT TV critic Alessandra Stanley’s crude and baseless stereotyping of Ms. Rhimes as an “angry black woman” is just plain pernicious.
The Post-Gazette was honored by the Religion Newswriters Association.
There’s a particular emphasis on taking AP science, math and English courses.
The longtime performers with different styles get their freak on with a pair of new albums and a release show Wednesday at Mr. Smalls.
But it's still a mystery as to why the United States wants to troops there after this year.
Also: An expensive slip of the tongue; it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Googlecast; and the founder speaks.
It should pass the Paycheck Fairness Act.
Parents should ignore the accusations of their deceased son’s wife and seek comfort in his memory.
For now, relax and enjoy what will be a colorful, crisp fall season.
That's fine, but the whole process should have been transparent to the public.
The proposed budget includes a 0.5-mill real estate tax increase that would generate an additional $8 million.
Members of the St. Paul Baptist Church gathered at a community center following a blaze Friday that destroyed their church, built in 1874.
Approximately 340 models and 20-plus designers will take part in the fifth Pittsburgh Fashion Week, with many events at Highmark Stadium.
The Allegheny County Health Department will hold 13 public meetings for the public to provide input on health issues.
All of a sudden, the immediate future looks bright for the Steelers, who showed up on offense and defense for a full game Sunday night.