• By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    TOOMEY TALKS BAD ACTORS, TARIFFS, GUNS AND THE PRESIDENT'S 'BLINDNESS' ON RUSSIA

    U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey called President Donald Trump's "blindness" toward Russia's hostile acts "very troubling" in a wide-ranging telephone...

    U.S., Donald Trump
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    COMMENTARY: AERIE'S NEW CAMPAIGN FEATURES MODELS WITH STRETCH MARKS AND A COLOSTOMY BAG. HERE'S WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM IT

    Aerie's latest photo campaign has been stirring up a lot of buzz -- not for the lacy underthings in it, but because of who's wearing...

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    PA. SUPREME COURT EXONERATES JORDAN BROWN, FOUND DELINQUENT OF MURDER AT AGE 11

    Jordan Brown has been exonerated.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    AFTER 'INEXCUSABLE' ALTERCATIONS, STATE AUDIT FINDS WOODLAND HILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT LARGELY FOLLOWED RULES

    After a series of high-profile skirmishes between students, officers and administrators in the Woodland Hills School District, a group...

    Finance
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    COLLEGE FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE A CONCERN OF ACC COMMISSIONER AT MEDIA DAY

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The primary topics du jour Wednesday morning at the annual ACC football kickoff were no surprise: ACC Network, the...

    Sport
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    PA SUPREME COURT STRIKES DOWN LAW THAT ELIMINATED PROGRAM FOR POOR

    The state Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down a law that eliminated a cash assistance program for the poorest Pennsylvanians.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    PAUL ZEISE'S MAILBAG: IS THE PIRATES' HOT STREAK SUSTAINABLE?

    Welcome to Paul Zeise's weekly mailbag, where the Post-Gazette columnist and 93.7 The Fan radio host answers your questions about sports,...

    Sport
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    AT FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL, ROCK OUT, PIG OUT AND HELP REFUGEES

    There's a brand new festival in Pittsburgh with food trucks, live music, live art, games and raffles that will benefit a local refugee...

    Food, Art
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    DARRELLE REVIS, FORMER PITT STAR, RETIRES AFTER 11 NFL SEASONS

    Darrelle Revis, a star at Aliquippa High School, one of the best players in the history of Pitt football and a seven-time Pro Bowl...

    Pro Bowl, NFL, Bowling
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    FAMILY LAMENTS MAN'S DYING MOMENTS ON MOUNT WASHINGTON AS HIS KILLER IS SENTENCED

    A Mount Washington woman will serve at least five years in state prison for stabbing a man to death last summer.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    COURT SAYS HIGHMARK MEDICARE ADVANTAGE MEMBERS' IN-NETWORK ACCESS TO UPMC TO END IN JULY 2019

    Highmark's Medicare Advantage members will see their in-network access to UPMC physicians and facilities end on July 1, 2019, after...

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    HAVE A 5-COURSE DINNER AT A FARM AND POP-UP MEAL AT A PUB

    Dinners

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    PA. SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS PHILADELPHIA'S CONTROVERSIAL SODA TAX

    In a victory for Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney's administration, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the city's controversial...

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    CELEBRATE SOMMERFEST WITH PIT-ROASTED BOAR, RADLER AND MORE

    The Teutonia Mannerchor on the North Side is inviting the public over Friday and Saturday for a traditional German celebration of summer.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    POLICE STILL SEARCHING FOR DOUBLE SHOOTING SUSPECT IN ALIQUIPPA

    Police continue to search for the suspect in a double shooting early Wednesday morning that left one person dead and another wounded.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    LAMB FEST IS BACK FOR A 2ND YEAR, AND IT'S BIGGER

    A new brand of lamb is just the start of what's sure to be a juicy, finger-licking Sunday afternoon in East Liberty.

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    MOBILE DELIVERY IS A PRETTY COMPETITIVE MARKET. TO STAND OUT, WILLIAM PARKER FOCUSED ON ACCESS

    William Parker recalls seeing gutted school buses in the Hill District in the early 2000s. Those “store buses,” he said, were the best...

    Market
  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    VANISHING RURAL WORKFORCE: FAYETTE COUNTY EMPLOYERS STRUGGLE TO FILL JOBS

    When Don Travis moved his modular office manufacturing company to a spot off the main drag in Connellsville from Kansas City years...

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    FLOODGATES WILL SOON OPEN FOR NCAA BETTING. WILL MORE SCANDALS FOLLOW?

  • By Post Gazette   -   Jul 18, 2018

    AMERICAN CHEESE SOCIETY CONFERENCE OPENS IN PITTSBURGH NEXT WEEK

    When the American Cheese Society kicks off its 35th annual four-day conference Downtown on July 25, it tips its hat to Pittsburgh.