Apparently you have to take a bullet or renew the Violence Against Women Act to make the front page of the Post-Gazette. But when you're a woman who gets doused with perfume, set on fire in front of your 3-month child, and suffer severe burns on your head, neck and torso, you get a few paragraphs buried in the local section. This story should have run next to the Violence Against Women Act story that was on the front page in the March 1 edition. When the sicko who did this was arrested, he should have made the front page. Same for when he goes to trial.