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EQT Corp. is ending its diversification experiment by selling off its Texas natural gas assets and writing down $2.3 billion on the value of oil... [Read More]
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Former Robert Morris guard Dachon Burke has committed to Nebraska, he confirmed via a text message on Thursday. The sophomore's decision comes a month... [Read More]
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The family of Otto Warmbier filed an extraordinary lawsuit against North Korea in federal court Thursday alleging that the 22-year-old college ... [Read More]
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A Baldwin Borough woman posed as a doctors' employee to get prescriptions of Tramadol, a narcotic painkiller, a federal grand jury said. Heather ... [Read More]
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A 23-year-old Swissvale woman was charged Wednesday with stabbing two women and two girls during a March brawl in Pittsburgh's Esplen neighborhood. Taije ... [Read More]
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For the first time since its introduction in 1900, Pittsburgh's Stephen Foster sculpture is leaving the public eye. A city crew assembled around 7... [Read More]
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The Penguins have met the Washington Capitals in the playoffs 10 times and have famously won nine of those series. Five times, those victories were... [Read More]
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Allegheny County property owners who just bought their dream homes might detest the appeals filed by school districts and municipalities challenging their ... [Read More]
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In the fall of 2002, a young director with big, deep brown eyes came to Pittsburgh. He was here for four weeks to work with Kuntu... [Read More]
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After 17 years as CEO of Sabika, the direct-sales jewelry company headquartered in Robinson, its founder Karin Mayr is stepping down from the position to... [Read More]
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The end is near for a decades-old requirement that gas stations in seven southwestern Pennsylvania counties have to sell a special, less polluting and more... [Read More]
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After Nazi Germany conquered France in 1940, it set in motion the bureaucracy of persecution and ultimately state-sponsored murder. Through the ... [Read More]
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The government estimates that autism is becoming more common, but it's only a small increase and some experts think it can be largely explained by... [Read More]
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Jung Ho Kang, who has not played for the Pirates since a DUI conviction in Korea more than a year ago, has been granted a work... [Read More]
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Corey Dickerson's walk-off home run gave the Pirates a 1-0 victory Thursday against the Detroit Tigers at PNC Park. Dickerson hit Alex Wilson's 0-1... [Read More]
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See many of the fish below at the Post-Gazette Trout Photo Contest Lake Erie (Erie County) A few anglers reported fat yellow perch... [Read More]
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Evgeni Malkin will not play in Game 1 of the Penguins' second-round playoff series against Washington Thursday night. But he took a pretty ... [Read More]
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Capitals center Jay Beagle doesn't settle all disagreements with a game of Mario Kart. But he may soon start. "I might never lose... [Read More]
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Hempfield has never played for a WPIAL baseball championship. But right now, the Spartans are No. 1 — at least on paper. Hempfield is... [Read More]
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A former Fayette County bookkeeper accused of stealing nearly $350,000 from a Steubenville, Ohio company over a 12-year span was arraigned Thursday in federal court and allowed... [Read More]
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