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By Regis Behe, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 3--In the age of instant fame via the Internet and reality television, Marie Digby is something of a throwback -- even though she's one of the most popular artists on YouTube.
By Jason Cato, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 2--Upper St. Clair School District officials on Tuesday denied allegations in a federal lawsuit accusing them of failing to protect five high school girls from being sexually assaulted on campus.
By The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 1--Air quality plan approval for a controversial waste coal-fired power plant proposed for Greene County has been extended, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced today.
By Jim Ritchie, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 1--Labor talks between the Port Authority of Allegheny County and its 2,100-member drivers union came to a halt Monday.
By Jason Cato, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 1--A former Upper St.
By Kim Leonard, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 1--Natural gas prices in the Pittsburgh region will rise again starting today. While many families use gas in the summer only to cook, heat water or dry clothes, the news is a worrisome sign of what it could cost this fall to turn on the furnace.
By Rick Stouffer, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jul. 1--The Legislature reduced Gov. Ed Rendell's 16-month-old, $850 million Energy Independence Strategy nearly 25 percent during state budget negotiations, state officials said Monday.
By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 28--China wants to have 100 of Westinghouse Electric Co.'s nuclear reactors in operation or under construction by 2020 -- more than double what was anticipated, according to the company's incoming CEO.
By Debra Erdley, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 30--A raft of reports due today could trigger changes in the rich retirement benefits long thought necessary to lure workers into government jobs.
By Thomas Olson, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 28--Siemens Power Generation Inc. said Friday it's putting its solid-oxide fuel cell unit on the selling block after running it 10 years because the business in Churchill won't hit Siemens' profit targets.