Long-Time Assistant Of Arnold Palmer To Receive Special HonorA man who spent a career working as the assistant to Arnold Palmer will soon be the one in the spotlight.
Post-Gazette Debuts Convenient NewsSlide AppIf you're a fan of newspapers, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is making it easier to get the content you want.
Veterinarian Stresses Importance Of Washing Hands To Stop Spread Of Dog DiseaseA disease spread from dogs has been grabbing national headlines, but there are things you can do to protect your family.
Fire Destroys House, Damages Others In New Castleire destroyed one house and damaged others in a neighborhood in New Castle, Lawrence County.
Las Vegas Concertgoers Initially Believed Shots Were FireworksAs the hours go by, more stories are emerging about what happened after more than 50 people were killed and hundreds were wounded at a Las Vegas country music concert.
Pittsburgh Facility Coordinating Power Restoration Efforts In Wake Of HurricanesA Downtown Pittsburgh facility that is spearheading the power restoration efforts after hurricanes devastated parts of the U.S. and Caribbean.
Veterinarian: Pets Can Suffer From Same Seasonal Allergies People DoPeople aren't the only ones who suffer from seasonal allergies, our pets can, too. And it can make them miserable.
Steelers, 200-Plus NFL Players Participate In National Anthem ProtestMore than 200 NFL players protested the national anthem on Sunday.
POW/MIA Vigil Held At Soldiers & Sailors HallA 26-hour vigil was held over the weekend at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum in Oakland.
Hines Ward On Coaching WRs: Didn't Realize How Much I Missed The GameHines Ward may be retired, but he's still in contact with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Fitzgerald, Regional Leaders Embark On 6-Day Great Allegheny Passage RideOver the next six days, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald will ride his bike more than 300 miles.
Massive C-130 Leaves 911th Airlift Wing On Final MissionMen and women from the 911th Airlift Wing are headed to southwest Asia; 144 of them shipped out Friday morning as part of the War on Terror.