Police seek man who allegedly held woman hostage, assaulted her grandchild

County police identified the suspect as Johnny Johnson, 25, of Franklin Avenue in Wilkinsburg.

The Canadian Rockies are nice, but the Penguins are getting 'antsy' to play

Antonio Brown wants the Steelers to trade for Patrick Peterson

City, county sent private letter to judge trying to protect some Amazon bid details

City and county want to exclude incentives and sites offered to Amazon should a judge order the proposal’s release

The Penguins are still searching for some secondary scoring

Basketball community rallies around family of boy hospitalized with acute flaccid myelitis

A children’s clinic joins a crowdfunding effort for 6-year-old son of Pine-Richland High School head basketball coach Jeff Ackermann. 

Under Mike Tomlin, second-half surges have been the norm for the Steelers

Since 2014, the Steelers are 22-6 after their off week. 

Pitt's 'very conservative' offense gets tepid review from Pat Narduzzi

Quarterback Kenny Pickett hasn’t hit 200 yards passing in a game this season, and the Panthers have become one-dimensional as a result.

Argo AI brings its self-driving fleet to a fourth market: Washington, D.C.

The Strip District-based startup is also powering Ford’s self-driving efforts in Detroit and Miami.

The Steelers sit atop the AFC North. Can they stay there?

Jeff George Jr. grabs Pitt's backup quarterback job

The Panthers quarterback room has a slight tweak to it, with an Illinois graduate transfer by way of Michigan surpassing Ricky Town.

Pittsburgh extras needed for Seth Rogen 'Pickle' movie; filming begins Oct. 29

The casting department is looking for specific types and age ranges from 20 to 70 for the film, which jumps in time 100 years from 1918.

We can all dream: The top 10 largest U.S. jackpots

With more than $2 billion up for grabs in the upcoming Mega Millions and Powerball lotteries, here’s a look at the biggest jackpots.

NYT, Washpo, PG editors discuss First Amendment, risks to journalists during Duquesne U session

Washington Post executive editor Martin Baron said that Jamal Khashoggi’s killing highlights risks journalists face around the world.  

Saudi official: After Khashoggi killed, 'body double' sent out to create false trail in Istanbul

The use of a “body double” suggests a premeditated plan to make Khashoggi disappear, through death or abduction, and to cover it up.

Best dishes and drinks in Pittsburgh right now

Visits to Taco Diablo, Carson St. Deli and more

Jeff Lynne's ELO will play PPG Paints Arena in August

Tickets go on sale Monday, Oct. 29.

Racial tension divides Pa. town after first black, gay mayor is elected

Mark Barbee says Bridgeport, near Philadelphia, needs to fight racism. Others say race only became an issue when Barbee made it one.

NCAA bowl projections: Ohio State's loss complicates Penn State's path

What would you do with $1.6 billion? Pittsburghers promise to buy the Pirates, help the homeless if they win the Mega Millions

If Pittsburghers have their way, the city will have an NBA team and mental health clinics for the homeless if they win the Mega Millions jackpot.

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