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Pittsburgh Police and Fire crews respond to a hit and run accident at the intersection of Commonwealth Place and Boulevard of the Allies just before 3 p.m. today. Comment?
This story was written by James O'Toole based on his reporting and that of Post-Gazette staff writers Rich Lord, Joe Smydo, Alex Zimmerman, and Tim McNulty. Comment?
A bald eagle, similar to this one along the hillside above East Carson Street near in Hays, was killed in Cambria County. Comment?
Ten individuals have been named winners of a contest sponsored by Macy's and the Post-Gazette to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Kaufmann's clock. Comment?
Paulette Beliunas of the McKees Rocks Community Development Corp. views maps that show the route of a bike trail from Station Square to Coraopolis through McKees Rocks. Comment?
Giuseppe "Joe" Aiello, longtime proprietor of one of Pittsburgh's most popular pizza shops in Squirrel Hill, died Monday night, according to an announcement on the Aiello's Pizza Facebook page. Comment?
Two of the Democratic candidates for Pittsburgh mayor clashed Monday over the use of $18 million in tax increment financing seven years ago to help support a major Downtown development. Comment?
Jack Wagner, left, and Bill Peduto listen as Jake Wheatley answers a question during a Democratic mayoral debate at the University of Pittsburgh's O'Hara student center in Oakland. Comment?
Jack Butler, driven from the NFL in his ninth season by a devastating knee injury while playing for the Steelers at Forbes Field, wanted to make one thing unabashedly clear. Comment?
A woman was shot to death by her estranged husband who then killed himself inside a house in Lawrenceville this afternoon. Comment?
It's a beer bar with a huge selection of 500 beers, 50 to 60 of them on draft, that doesn't serve its own food, but lets customers bring in food from neighboring restaurants and enjoy it with their beers and music. Comment?
Amy Enrico makes espresso at Tazza D'Oro in Highland Park. The coffee shop owner, who has another location at Carnegie Mellon University, says keeping her business small helps her keep an eye on quality. Comment?
Two of Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's police bodyguards and his personal secretary were before a federal grand jury today. Comment?
Production companies base their shooting locations on a variety of factors -- whether the studio or location is suitable, the reputation of the local trade crews and past working relationships among them. Comment?
Lieutenant General George Patton, commanding the Third U.S. Army, stands in a jeep and thanks engineers of the 3rd American Army for their part in building a bridge across the Rhine River in Germany, on March 29, 1945. Comment?
Joe Greene today left his third job with the Steelers for a third time, and it looks as though this retirement will be permanent. Comment?
Bill Valenta, assistant dean of EMBA Worldwide and the Center for Executive Education at the University of Pittsburgh, outside Alumni Hall in Oakland. Comment?
It's the only sign that Mr. Peduto, 48, who still plays in celebrity and 40-and-older leagues, has been worn down by the pushing and shoving that defines his pastime and his career. Comment?
The 5K race kicked off Pittsburgh's marathon weekend without a hitch as the starting gun firing precisely as planned at 8 a.m., unleashing more than 2,000 runners. Comment?
Three years ago, a visionary project called the Urban Tree Forge almost toppled with the death of founder John Metzler. Comment?