Cole Tucker makes smashing debut
Pirates shortstop Cole Tucker received a curtain call after hitting the game-winning home run in his major-league debut, a 3-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
Cole Tucker part 2
Tucker talks about hitting a game-winning home run in his major-league debut.
Talks about making debut with Pirates on 4/20/19
Pirates manager getting to know two new contributors— Melky Cabrera and Nick Burdi
“Way of the Cross”
25th annual Good Friday re-enactment of Christ’s Passion in downtown Greensburg.
Mike Sullivan talks accountability
Penguins coach Mike Sullivan addresses the need for the Penguins to take accountability for their first-round sweep by the New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Westmoreland Cultural Trust interim CEO on stretching financial gifts.
Fake trading card arrest
Pop! Culture Connection owner Jeremy Fairgrieve discusses how he helped police bust a woman who is accused of selling him fake Magic: The Gathering trading cards.
Kris Letang gets defensive
After costly turnovers in sweep to the Islanders, Penguins defenseman Kris Letang takes offense to questions about whether he needs to be more responsible.
Kessel, Rust address “self-inflicted” loss to Islanders
Kevin Gorman on Kris Letang
TribLIVE sports columnist Kevin Gorman discusses Penguins defenseman Kris Letang taking offense to question of whether he needs to minimize mistakes after being swept in first round of Stanley Cup playoffs.
Harrison rain garden projects
Jeff Bergman with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy talks about green infrastructure projects being built and planned in Harrison.
Special needs kids get adaptive bikes
Variety charity partners with Westmoreland Intermediate Unit, Rotary to present adaptive bikes, communication devices to disabled children on April 17, 2019, in Greensburg.
Penguins stunned by sweep
The Penguins attempt to explain what went wrong in their 3-1 Game 4 loss to the New York Islanders, who clinched a first-round sweep in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Penguins’ 42-year-old center not ready to talk about the future
Fire in Hempfield woods suspicious
Firefighters report finding lighter fluid and butane tank where railroad ties were burning April 16, 2019, on a wooded hilltop along Hunter Road extension in Hempfield.
Tough computer science teacher Margie Santmyer Raimondo checks out freshman Steven Kenderes’ progress as he works through an exercise designed to teach Python programming skills. Carnegie Mellon University computer science experts designed the free curriculum.
Mel Harkrider of Jeannette
Harkrider turned 90-years-old April 14 and her friends in ‘Early Bird’ league at Bowl-A-Rena in Jeannette helped her celebrate Tuesday.