Latest The Pittsburgh Tribune Stories
By Jim Ritchie, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 28--Port Authority of Allegheny County on Friday approved a $350.3 million budget that relies on $10 million in labor cuts in the coming fiscal year and $20 million in annual worker savings in future years.
By Jenny Paul, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 28--Rising food and fuel prices, coupled with a decreased demand from cash-strapped consumers, are creating a do-or-die climate for restaurateurs.
By Allison M. Heinrichs, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 28--More intensive treatment for kidney failure does not have any added benefit, according to a large clinical trial led by a Pittsburgh nephrologist.
By Bill Zlatos, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 27--Six families who contributed at least $1 million each to the University of Pittsburgh will be honored today during a ceremony in the Cathedral of Learning Commons Room. To be inducted into the Cathedral of Learning Society are Bettye J.
By Kim Leonard, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 27--Southwest Airlines will cancel one of its seven daily round-trip flights from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia as of Nov. 2, adding to a series of recently announced cuts that affect Pittsburgh International Airport.
By Mike Wereschagin, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 27--It took a little over 200 years, but the Supreme Court on Thursday said what Wayne Lykens has been saying all along: Banning guns is unconstitutional.
By Allison M. Heinrichs, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 26--The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine said Wednesday its researchers have found a way to predict whether organs from brain-dead donors are likely to be successfully transplanted into ailing patients.
By Rick Wills, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 26--If D'Rae Wise had not attended the Summerbridge program at Sewickley Academy for several years, he says his summers would have been a waste. "I'd eat and watch TV.
By Tim Puko, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 26--Upper St. Clair's middle school renovations could cost about $55 million with a nearly even split of work between remodeling and new construction, according to preliminary estimates from the architect.
By Bonnie Pfister, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Jun. 26--Flights out of Pittsburgh International Airport will be reduced by 8 percent to 9 percent after Labor Day as airlines struggle to counter soaring fuel costs, airport officials said Wednesday.
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