Tristan Jarry, in St. Louis for his first NHL All-Star game, reflects on his rapid ascension

TRISTAN JARRY, IN ST. LOUIS FOR HIS FIRST NHL ALL-STAR GAME, REFLECTS ON HIS RAPID ASCENSION

“It's not something I really thought of at the beginning of the season,” Jarry said. “But I'm glad to be here.”

Pirates unveil early look at new alternate jerseys

PIRATES UNVEIL EARLY LOOK AT NEW ALTERNATE JERSEYS

The uniforms are black with the word “Pittsburgh” scrawled on the chest in yellow script.

 
 
 
Federal officials revise definition of what's covered under Clean Water Act

FEDERAL OFFICIALS REVISE DEFINITION OF WHAT'S COVERED UNDER CLEAN WATER ACT

Joe Starkey: Penguins almost can't go wrong with goalie choice

JOE STARKEY: PENGUINS ALMOST CAN'T GO WRONG WITH GOALIE CHOICE

 
 
 
Josh Bell on staying in Pittsburgh, a new diet and fielding better

JOSH BELL ON STAYING IN PITTSBURGH, A NEW DIET AND FIELDING BETTER

Josh Bell talked about a few different things during a Pirates CARE-a-van stop on Thursday morning.

Fishing Report: Low temperatures but no ice = little fishing

FISHING REPORT: LOW TEMPERATURES BUT NO ICE = LITTLE FISHING

Few anglers were out due to ice-free cold weather.

 
 
 
Celebrating 10 years of Art on the Walls

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF ART ON THE WALLS

The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council  marks a decade of Art on the Walls with an exhibition opening Friday.          

Social bonds are knotted at fly tying meetings

SOCIAL BONDS ARE KNOTTED AT FLY TYING MEETINGS

Regional fly tying meetings bring together experts, novices and longtime anglers.

 
 
 
Turtle Creek felon pleads guilty to fentanyl, heroin conspiracy with his sisters

TURTLE CREEK FELON PLEADS GUILTY TO FENTANYL, HEROIN CONSPIRACY WITH HIS SISTERS

Bustling Strip may get even more apartments

BUSTLING STRIP MAY GET EVEN MORE APARTMENTS

 
 
 

DISTRICT'S 2020-21 SCHOOL CALENDAR SPELLED OUT

FACE-LIFT IN WORKS FOR SCHOOL STADIUM

 
 
 
Aquinas Academy Crusaders fencing teams are building traditions, life skills

AQUINAS ACADEMY CRUSADERS FENCING TEAMS ARE BUILDING TRADITIONS, LIFE SKILLS

Police: Two children found unresponsive at Wilkinsburg home making 'great' improvements

POLICE: TWO CHILDREN FOUND UNRESPONSIVE AT WILKINSBURG HOME MAKING 'GREAT' IMPROVEMENTS

 
 
 
Defense claims prosecution withheld evidence in Wilkinsburg mass shooting

DEFENSE CLAIMS PROSECUTION WITHHELD EVIDENCE IN WILKINSBURG MASS SHOOTING

The attorney for Robert Thomas has asked that the charges against his client be thrown out.

Her first deer is a 10-point buck

HER FIRST DEER IS A 10-POINT BUCK

A Ross girl shoots first deer

 
 
 
It's easy to find regional fly tying events and activities

IT'S EASY TO FIND REGIONAL FLY TYING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES

There are more trout streams than social fly tying opportunities in southwestern Pennsylvania, but they're not difficult to find.

Penguins mailbag: Top five Penguins of all time and biggest All-Star snubs

PENGUINS MAILBAG: TOP FIVE PENGUINS OF ALL TIME AND BIGGEST ALL-STAR SNUBS

 
 
 
John McGonigal's Pitt football chat: 01.23.20

JOHN MCGONIGAL'S PITT FOOTBALL CHAT: 01.23.20

Casey: Evidence in Trump's impeachment trial shows need to call witnesses, subpoena documents

CASEY: EVIDENCE IN TRUMP'S IMPEACHMENT TRIAL SHOWS NEED TO CALL WITNESSES, SUBPOENA DOCUMENTS

The Pennsylvania Democrat praised the credibility of the testimony presented to senators in President Trump's impeachment trial.

 
 
 



Scientists discover four new species of sharks that walk

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Tiger Woods starts 2020 on a strong note

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Legendary PBS journalist Jim Lehrer dies at 85

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President Trump to attend anti-abortion rally in Washington

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US imposes visa rules for pregnant women on 'birth tourism'

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Oscars 2020 performers announced: Idina Menzel is back, Adele Dazeem is not

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China coronavirus infections soar to 830, with 25 deaths as WHO says it's...

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Kemba Walker named NBA All-Star Game starter

Kemba Walker named NBA All-Star Game starter

Walker was the top East guard choice among media and NBA players, but a former Celtics star was the top choice among fans. Read more ...

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