Ed Bouchette: Good afternoon, let's begin our first chat of the Steelers post-postseason:
The Pitt football team now knows its 2017 ACC slate, and it includes a Thursday night home game, a Black Friday home game and a difficult home stretch.
David Perron scored nine goals in his first 16 games as a Penguin when general manager Jim Rutherford traded for him midway through the 2014-15 season.
Penguins defenseman Brian Dumoulin is poised to return to the lineup tonight against St. Louis, coach Mike Sullivan said after the team’s morning skate Tuesday.
After 15 consecutive games against the Eastern Conference, eight of those inside the Metropolitan Division, the Penguins get a look at the other side of things tonight against the St. Louis Blues.
The Pitt men’s basketball team has 12 games left, starting with tonight’s home game against No. 13 Louisville.
After a six-day stretch between games filled with self-reflection and questions of what direction its season may go, Pitt returns to action Tuesday night with a game against Louisville, the second time it has played the Cardinals in the past 13 days.
Pennsylvania’s shale gas companies will pay an estimated $175 million in impact fees for 2016, a new record low for the 5-year-old program that reflects the low prices and lack of new drilling that defined the industry last year.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he takes “seriously” the comments by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger that he will assess whether he wants to return for the 2017 season.
There’s a chance that Ben Roethlisberger has played his last game for the Steelers — just like there’s a chance that Tom Brady replaces him, or that Donald Trump replaces him, or that that you replace him.
Pack your black and yellow for marathon day May 7. A new route announced this morning for the DICK’S Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon and UPMC Health Plan Pittsburgh Half Marathon will send runners past pro sports venues PNC Park, Heinz Field, Highmark Stadium and PPG Paints Arena.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Tuesday he could not yet commit to returning to play another NFL season.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump will sign orders Tuesday to advance the construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, a pair of projects that were blocked by the Obama administration due in part to environmental concerns.
WASHINGTON — A cab driver in Washington got a surprise after mentioning to a group of passengers that John Elway was his all-time favorite quarterback and then learning that Elway was riding in the backseat.
President Donald Trump is expected to take executive action today to advance construction of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines.
Welcome to Joe Starkey’s weekly mailbag, where the Post-Gazette columnist and 93.7 The Fan radio host answers your questions about sports, life, Buffalo, Bob Dylan and everything in between. If you want to ask Joe a question, tweet him @JoeStarkey1 or email him at email@example.com. On to the questions:
This morning’s Academy Awards event made a big break from decades of press-conference nominations. The pre-packaged, 18-minute Oscars announcement was total Hollywood: slick, star-studded — there was even a commercial for the Feb. 26 broadcast in the middle.
Allegheny Technologies today reported better than expected fourth quarter results, but restructuring charges for closing plants in Midland and the Alle-Kiski Valley and for idling a Utah titanium plant resulted in a bigger loss for all of 2016.
Here is a complete list of nominations for the 89th Academy Awards announced this morning from California.
Saxonburg-based industrial laser product maker II-VI Inc. reported a 21 percent increase in revenue to $231.8 million for the three months ending Dec. 31, exceeding analyst predictions and raising per share earnings to 37 cents from 30 cents for the same quarter a year ago, the company reported Tuesday.
Federal judge swats Aetna-Humana insurer combo
Each weekday until pitchers and catchers report to spring training in Bradenton, Fla., Post-Gazette baseball writers Bill Brink and Stephen J. Nesbitt will deliver a primer on a player or two on the Pirates’ 40-man roster. The countdown will rank players in order of impact and importance to the Pirates’ chances in 2017, plus their on-field abilities, off-field concerns and the likelihood of their inclusion on the active roster on opening day April 3 in Boston and beyond. For the full list, click here.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — The latest on the 89th annual Oscar nominations announced this morning by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (all times local):
Verizon Communications Inc., whose deal to buy Yahoo Inc.'s core assets has been cast into doubt by data breaches at the internet company, added fewer subscribers than expected in the latest quarter amid stiff competition from smaller rivals T-Mobile U.S. Inc. and Sprint Corp.
Philadelphia is the first city in the nation that prohibits employers from asking about a job applicant's prior earnings.
Box scores from Monday, Jan. 23, 2017
Admit it: You thought being forced to read George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece “Nineteen Eighty-Four” in high school would be a waste of time, didn’t you? What practical relevance could a novel about an omnipresent tyrant known as “Big Brother” possibly have to your life, you wondered.
The season that just ended for the Steelers ended a while ago for tight end Ladarius Green, not long after it began. Like the rest of his teammates, the tight end hopes for a more fruitful 2017, for him and his team.
Courtney Tomas scored a season-high 33 points as Montour edged visiting West Allegheny, 67-63, in a Class 5A, Secton 1 game.
In most cities, a Final Four appearance in any sport is a cause for a celebration. In Pittsburgh, we want to fire the coach and his top assistants when our team finally loses. How foolish we are. How spoiled.