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On Saturday afternoon, the man who would be king of Yugoslavia was sitting in a Shadyside living room talking about telemedicine.
Uncertainty can exact its own cost as the push for higher wages continues.
Pittsburgh churches ranging from cathedrals to start-ups have had to make lemonade of the lemons handed to them on the first Sunday of May.
Some Steelers positions of need are well-stocked in the draft, but others have few strong prospects after the early rounds.
Seven Pittsburghers are among 48 Jefferson Award winners who will be recognized as super volunteers at a ceremony on May 4.
Monday is the 70th birthday of the Pittsburgh-born playwright many now refer to as the American Shakespeare.
It might be delusional, but Penguins still have a good starting point.
In Pittsburgh, a population of native Nepalis and those who have ties to the county shared a feeling of despair Saturday.
An early childhood education program, supported by the PNC Foundation, engages kids to build vocabulary.
Antonio Brown's holdout threat may just be him signaling he is unhappy with his deal, because fat chance the Steelers give him a new one.
Marathon route is getting easier, or maybe it’s just that cars are better.
In Pennsylvania, the rise in gun sales and transfers over the last few years has been dramatic.
Tough realities now face the entire Penguins organization after another early postseason exit.
Top NASA administrator Charles F. Bolden Jr. at Pitt, Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewel at Chatham and eight more.
She’s the first Democrat in years to be free of their pressures in the primaries.
Democrats Robert Colville of Allegheny County and Alice Dubow of Philadelphia seek party nomination for Superior Court seat.
The Strip District-based company’s Navio system is taking hold in the surgical world.
Danah Richter, deaf since early childhood, earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from Carlow with honors.
Music lovers in Pittsburgh had opportunities to hear both Van Cliburn and Pablo Casals performed here during the same week 50 years ago.
State senators are working on competing bills that could be rolled into one.
Presented by Chamber Music Pittsburgh, the Brentano String Quartet and Todd Palmer will perform works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms.
This year’s race for the uniquely Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court pits three veteran attorneys against each other for one spot.
To keep an eye on political discourse, the Center for American Women and Politics has launched the Presidential Gender Watch 2016 project.
Hayley Stewart, 20, won the Dsenyo Design for Change competition for her designs that mix snare wire with semi-precious stones.
The victory extended the Pirates’ winning streak to four games and pushed them two games over .500
Team CEO/president David Morehouse acknowledges "disappointment" in the Penguins' early exit from the playoffs at the hands of the Rangers.
Gerrit Cole did damage on the mound and in the batter’s box, and the Pirates opened a nine-game road trip with a 4-1 victory.
The Penguins spent a significant portion of the regular season touting goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury as their undisputed MVP.
It's hard to be mad at the Penguins. It wasn't a fair fight against the New York Rangers from the start.
The Olympic gold-medal winner said that he has felt this way all his life, during an ABC News “20/20” interview.
It wasn’t a perfect day for Marianne Abdalah, but she dominated the field for a victory in the 3,200.
Penguins notebook: Crosby makes a kind and memorable off-ice assist.
The state attorney general plans to file a motion Monday to enforce the consent decree between UPMC and Highmark
Lawyer Guy Amantangelo pleaded guilty to a count of conspiracy and another count of possession of a gun by a drug user.
A complaint details a hodgepodge of fraud schemes that prosecutors said Sigismond Segbefia carried out by posing as other people.
A road reconstruction project, which has drawn significant backlash from residents, will remove 33 shade trees along Centennial Avenue.
Residents with incomes of more than $100,000 would bear nearly two-thirds of the increased tax burden, according to the report.
With more NFL teams and few college teams using the 3-4 defense, the Steelers realize that good outside linebackers are harder to find.
The fire that resulted in $250,000 in damages set back more than three years of renovations at the home on Devonshire.
They will remove up to 100 pounds of excess skin from a man who once weighed nearly 900 pounds but has since lost 650 pounds.
Plus, vintage and bridal trunk shows, a derby party, bespoke goods for sale and more from the Pittsburgh fashion and beauty front.
Visitors to the “We Can Do It!” exhibit at the Heinz History Center will hear the voices of Pittsburgh people who helped win World War II.
Contrary to Pittsburgh belief, a hillside with painted rocks is not a rock garden. Come and see what a real rock garden is at annual show.
Today we begin accepting entries for the 2015 Great Gardens Contest sponsored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
The next owner of this 120-year-old Tudor Revival in Glen Osborne will appreciate the efforts of its past owners/caretakers.
United Methodists, led by Bishop Thomas Bickerton of Western Pennsylvania, continue to raise millions to combat malaria worldwide.
West Virginia running backs coach JaJuan Seider finds strength in his 14-year-old son, who is in a battle against lymphoma.
All the strangers revolving around Jupiter were bewildering, but the dog’s walk last weekend raised $6,500 for a Maltese rescue group.
As Ultimate Frisbee gains popularity at all age levels, Pittsburgh welcomes its first indoor training facility in Larimer.
There's no indication of how ownership will respond to the Penguins lasting only five games in the postseason for the first time since 2007.