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Two Cameras to Keep an Eye on Pittsburgh’s Bald Eagles

A Murrysville security company plans to install the new cameras, which should provide high-definition of the Hays eagles.

Pittsburgh Offers Free Holiday Parking

The city hopes that offering free parking to shoppers on some of the busiest commercial days of the year will give small businesses a lift.

Photo Gallery: Andy Warhol Bridge Yarn Bombing Wins Public Art Award

The bridge was covered in more than 3,000 feet of colorful, hand-knit blankets in honor of the late pop artist’s 85th birthday.

Pittsburgh-Area Native Advances to Next Round on ‘The Voice’

Chris Jamison, 20, of Ross Township, is a 2012 graduate of North Hills High School.
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Great Minds

Duquesne Garners High-level Counseling Accreditation

It's also one of the first programs in Pennsylvania to receive it.
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Sebak's Secrets of the City

All Roads, Even Some Royal Ones, Lead to Pittsburgh

Rick Sebak reveals the gig that might’ve kept Wallis Simpson away from King Edward VIII — hawking steel in Pittsburgh.
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Pittsburgh at Work

How's Work?: High Energy

Meet Darcie Doebereiner, drilling and completions process engineer for Consol Energy.

How's Work?: House Historian

Carol Peterson looks into the history of local homes.

How's Work?: Pittsburgh's Sultan of Dance

Meet Hakan, one of the nation's few male belly dancers.
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Pittsburgh Data Guru Making Mark in Hollywood

Ron Bianchini is on his third successful startup venture with Avere Systems, the North Side data-storage firm that played a critical, if unsung, role in the Academy Award-winning movie “Gravity” and dozens of other recent blockbusters. While Avere’s global reputation is exploding in film and other industries, its CEO is determined to keep and grow the company close to home.

40 Under 40: 2014

In their own ways, the 40 men and women we introduce here show us daily how we can ensure that Pittsburgh is deserving of its Most Livable City title.

Big Money, Big Questions

Thanks to Pittsburgh’s foundations, we survived the steel crash and fought our way out of the Great Recession. Now, after recent shakeups at some of the region’s major philanthropic organizations, what lies ahead in Pittsburgh’s big-monied world of giving?

Made in Pittsburgh

The city of steel always has been known for its industry – what we make. Today, that defining characteristic expands beyond manufacturing into every aspect of modern life.

Who Are Pittsburgh's Best Professors?

Whether they’re humanizing robots or illuminating human history, some of the finest minds working in higher education today can be found in Pittsburgh.

Pedal Power

Michael Brown’s creates bicycles for those who can't ride a traditional set of wheels.

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40 Under 40: 2014

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