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  • Steelers offensive line looking to build on strong 2013 finish

    Despite being dressed in street clothes Monday on the first day of contact drills at Steelers training camp, Le'Veon Bell was fully engaged during the fiery, sometimes-combative practice. The second-year running back kept an eye on an offensive line that...
  • Judges needed: Black lung cases are overwhelming the system

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday, July 28: There are few jobs in America that are as hazardous to one's health as working in the coal mines. Toiling in dirty, confined conditions underground for decades will...
  • CW embraces magic in 'Masters of Illusion' and 'Penn & Teller: Fool Us'

    The CW Network launches two programs this week about the world of magic and illusions "Masters of Illusions" and "Penn & Teller: Fool Us." Both shows will have to deal with the spectre that's haunted magic on TV for decades: How do you make a TV audience...
  • Starz Announces Premiere Dates for 'The Chair,' 'Survivor's Remorse'

    Starz's original filmmaking experiment, "The Chair," will premiere on Sat., Sept. 6 at 11 p.m., the cabler announced today. The series, created by "Project Greenlight" and "Good Will Hunting" executive producer Chris Moore, is a 10-part documentary...
  • Corbett, Wolf become funny foes

    PITTSBURGH — Hear the one about the two candidates for governor who walked into a bar? Well, it wasn't a bar, it was a Pittsburgh-area comedy club where Gov. Tom Corbett and Democratic nominee Tom Wolf joined other politicians in cracking wise,...
  • Alan Jackson treats Musikfest audience to crowd-pleasers

    Alan Jackson is a no-frills entertainer. His shows have always been light on special effects and heavy on music. There are no pyrotechnics at a Jackson show. No spectacular entrance, no dazzling light displays, no beach balls tossed into the crowd and...
  • Diesel is used in fracking without permits, report says

    Energy companies have used thousands of gallons of diesel to frack for oil and gas without obtaining the necessary permits required under federal law, according to a new report by the Environmental Integrity Project. The watchdog group's review of...
  • Farmers, restaurants work together to tailor locally sourced foods to needs

    Some things happen in their own time. It's true for the birth of a baby, the death of an auto transmission and the ripening of a yummy pepper. Eat'n Park, a Pennsylvania restaurant chain with more than 75 locations, this year planned its menu based on...
  • Devices slice time, distance for patients via 'telemedicine'

    PITTSBURGH Concerned about a growth on his face, Mt. Lebanon, Pa., resident, Robert Johnston could have made an appointment with the dermatologist already treating him for other reasons. Instead, he snapped photos of himself and the affected area,...
  • 3 relatives of boy who looked like a 'Holocaust victim' face attempted murder charges

    Three people charged with the abuse of an 8-year-old Pennsylvania boy were ordered to stand trial on all charges Thursday, including the new charges of attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Mary Rader, 28, the boy's mother, Deana Beighley,...
  • Gov. Tom Corbett on defense over his education spending record amid criticisms from opponent Tom Wolf

    As polls have predicted for more than a year, education funding has become the most tangible issue for voters in the upcoming governor's election. The candidates know it, as evidenced by commercials and news conferences across Pennsylvania. For the past...