Interactive with photos, records and stats of every Pittsburgh baseball season, 1882 to 2013.
Since 1983, the city has made the transition from heavy industry to high tech. See some of the changes.
...is no longer the newsroom's address. Still, memories made there live on.
Looking back 50 years on a magical season.
Test your skill by matching the names of radio personalities to five audio selections.
Meet these Furries at the upcoming Anthrocon.
Inside the Dominican machine.
Account of the Beatles' 1964 concert in Pittsburgh and what happened before and after.
Weekly video series tracking the region's craft beer scene.
Best photos of 2014.
Mapping Pittsburgh's bike accidents, 2006-2012.
Building the Tower at PNC Plaza, a 33-story office building, Downtown.
Enter the Carrie Furnace.
Pennsylvania electric generation shifts away from coal.
The boom and bust of Pennsylvania's coal towns.
Twelve cookie recipes to bring comfort and joy to rookie, traditional and sophisticated bakers alike.
The Post-Gazette will document the reactions and growing perspectives of five of these students as they experience -- some for the first time -- a glimpse of the black college experience.
Murders in broad daylight, unabashed corruption and vice, and poisonous drinks typified Pittsburgh during Prohibition.
Reviews of some online dating websites.
Stories behind photos in the PG archives.
A Post-Gazette analysis shows athletes in many of the nation's top-ranked football and basketball programs concentrate in just a few college majors.
Since 2010, out-of-town investors have spent more than $1 billion to buy more than a dozen properties in or near Downtown Pittsburgh. Learn about who owns each building and how much money each person or investor has put into it.
Interactive graph of energy stock performance, January 2015 to January 2016
Changes in area school districts' enrollment, 2004-2013
Following the path of the assassin after he shot President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.
The Fabulous 22 was started in 1980. It is made up of the top 22 players in the WPIAL and City League, regardless of position. The squad is picked by the Post-Gazette scholastic sports staff, with help from high school and college coaches.
Documents illustrating how Penn State officials handled the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse case.
The players, the money and the federal probe.
The Post-Gazette's photos and online photo store.
Where are Pittsburgh's food deserts?
Ninety-two executives at public companies in the region whose 2013 compensation was valued at $1.5 million or more.
Forty years ago, the Steelers won Super Bowl X. A decade ago, they took XL. The Post-Gazette looks at life after football for the men who made the moments.
Panoramic views from 2 Allegheny Center's windows.
Special report: Agencies across the country often lose track of probation and parole violators. The consequences can be deadly.
What happened in Pittsburgh and Gettysburg during the pivotal Battle of Gettysburg during the Civil War.
State gun laws passed since the Sandy Hook shootings.
Parents of children who died of heroin overdoses are spreading awareness that the drug doesn't discriminate for race, socio-economic status, education, upbringing or residency.
The journey of Sala Udin mirrors the experience of many African-American Pittsburghers.
Interactive map of Allegheny County's homicides and homicide victims, 2008 to the present.
Re-enactment of Franco Harris' 1972 "Immaculate Reception," which propelled the Steelers to victory in the AFC divisional playoff. The re-enactment is in the visual style of a 1970s-era computer game.
See where immigrants live in Pittsburgh. (interactive)
Seventy percent of Markham, Ontario, residents are "visible minorities," mostly from Asia. The result has been prosperity.
Stories of spiritual, cultural and social cohesion among Pittsburgh's immigrant populations.
While tax rates on middle-class Americans have fluctuated in a 10-percentage-point range since the 1960s, taxes on millionaires have more than halved.
Our experts' guide to finding and enjoying the best that Pittsburgh and this region have to offer, in everything from our exploding dining and drinks scene to our hottest and warmest real estate markets.
Every year, more than 200 people are hit crossing a street in Pittsburgh. We've spent millions on traffic lights, new sidewalks and bright crosswalks. So why is this still happening?
Six-part series about the lives and marriage of Autumn Klein and Robert Ferrante, her murder and his trial for poisoning her.
Transgender people in Pittsburgh tell their stories.
The life and career of Pro Football Hall of Famer and Pittsburgh Steeler Jerome Bettis.
Teenagers come together to cope with grief.
The rise of Kaufmann's department store and the story of the family behind it.
Members of the state Legislature are required to file reports on their outside financial interests. The Post-Gazette reviewed the documents and created this interactive so that readers can find the side jobs and committee assignments for their representatives.
Pilot's life is hijacked by early-onset Alzheimer's disease (video stories)
Finding out what happened to Tech. Sgt. Charles L. Johnston Jr. of Pittsburgh during World War II.
Special report on the air we breathe.
Exercises to help prepare for long runs, in time for the Pittsburgh Marathon.
A primer about the natural gas inside Marcellus shale, a formation that goes into Western Pennsylvania.
An interactive look at the natural gas industry's move across the Marcellus region
The discovery of the Marcellus Shale formation has changed Pennsylvania's economy. But how does it affect you?
North American oil and natural gas rigs, by country.
Interactive map showing all Marcellus gas wells in Pennsylvania.
Marking 50 years since the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic speech in Washington, D.C.
For Valentine's Day, we invite you to choose the celebrity couple who matches your passions in a game we call #RelationshipGoals.
Timeline of the mayor's career up to his decision to drop out of the race for re-election.
Slideshows and information about the five mayoral candidates, 2013.
Medical marijuana laws by state, 2015
From "psychiatric ghettos" to prisons, the mentally ill have few havens. (interactive map)
Many of the Allegheny County municipalities with the most psychiatric-related emergency calls have never sent an officer for CIT training. (interactive map)
We tracked down members of a previous newspaper project called the Class of 2000, in which we followed a group of students in the Northgate School District from the time they entered first grade in 1988 to when they graduated from high school in 2000. This group is now in its early 30s, and its members make up the oldest edge of the millennials. Second, we took a look at some of the graduates from Gateway School District’s Class of 2010, who are in their early 20s.
Immersive interactive story of Helen Clay Frick's society debut in Pittsburgh in 1906, with explorations of her family members, the relationships among them, and the music, mores, food and fashion of the American upper class at the time.
Clips, information and locations of 10 major motion pictures filmed in Pittsburgh, including "Night of the Living Dead," "Silence of the Lambs" and "The Dark Knight Rises."
A look at schizophrenia, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, autism, depression and phobias.
Information about some commonly prescribed antidepressants.
Series on Pennsylvania's national parks.
Which school, Pitt or Penn State, got the edge this football recruiting season? Who are you most excited to watch in the coming years?
A year after the shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary that killed 20 children and six adults, the families are living again.
People from around the globe have made their way to Pittsburgh. We tried to meet one Pittsburgher from each of the United Nations' 193 countries.
Brook Goode was wanted for nearly three years. Most of the time, he didn't even realize it.
Vote for what you think eight Academy Award nominees should wear to the 2015 Oscar awards ceremony, then check back to see what each one actually wore.
How doctors wrote the script for an epidemic.
One deadly August in Washington County.
These are a few of the stories that will be featured in the Post-Gazette's Pirates 2016 magazine.
Reimagining the Pittsburgh Pirates' walk-up songs, choosing classical replacements for 10 titles posted on the Pirates' website as of Aug. 5.
Post-Gazette videographers covered the sights and sounds of one disappointing night that capped a thrilling season.
We compare the Pirates' payroll to those of seven other MLB teams.
Interactive of the Pirates' 2015 season.
A storied history between Pennsylvania schools
Our photographers and videographers documented our transition from our old presses to our new.
At a massive parade in Pittsburgh, thousands showed support for President Abraham Lincoln in 1864. But would he win re-election?
Hospitals and doctors are following privately insured patients to more affluent areas rather than remaining anchored in communities with the greatest health care needs.
Photographic account of life in a Bhutanese refugee camp in Nepal, and the refugees' adjustment to life in Pittsburgh.
How your school did on the 2012 Pennsylvania System of School Assessment exams in reading and math.
Shero's career as Pittsburgh Penguins general manager up to his firing.
Interactive graphic of the Scaife foundations and their connections to President-Elect Donald Trump.
In Pittsburgh, these houses of God stand mute, often crumbling
Interactive graph of Pittsburgh snowfall, 2011/2012 vs. 2012/2013
Are financial incentives driving the surge in back surgeries?
Readers selected the Pittsburgh pro sports player with the most iconic hair of all time. (interactive)
A timeline of all things Star Wars, published just before "The Force Awakens" was released in December 2015.
More than 30 businesses stood on Brereton Street in 1930. In 1960 it still boasted more than 15 retail businesses. Today its active retail has dwindled to a handful. (interactive)
Interactive map showing where suicides in 2012 were and selected information about each victim.
A video slideshow of Post-Gazette photos chronicling the Steelers' march to the Super Bowl
Photos taken with a lens that had a narrow slice of focus.
A Post-Gazette feature on the famous photographer.
The PG catches up with people first photographed by Charles "Teenie" Harris, also known as "One Shot."
Notable Pittsburgh natives, residents and transplants give their favorite Thanksgiving recipes.
Slide left or right to see Duncan Park, Lawrenceville, today or in 1951.
Pennsylvania's champion trees. (interactive)
Federal grand jury indicts PA Cyber Charter School founder.
Despite heavy campaigning, only 23.12 percent of registered Democrats turned out to cast a ballot in the mayoral election. (interactive)
Most of the hospitals that have closed in the Pittsburgh region over the last 15 years provided higher than average uncompensated care - a combination of bad debt and charity care - compared to others that remained open. (spreadsheet)
Where automatic license plate readers have scanned you
Coverage of the 2016 U.S. Open, which took place outside Pittsburgh in Oakmont, Pa.
Get the full name, address, age and voting record of any Allegheny County voter.
Voters say what makes them scared, what gives them hope.
Tracking Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto as he travels throughout the city.
How five school districts in suburban Pittsburgh were court-ordered to merge in 1981 to achieve racial integration.
Wilkinsburg High School's two best students.
In one game, the fortunes for a quarterback, a team and a fanbase changed forever.
This interactive shows the surveillance that occurs on a daily basis, and what it means for individuals and society.