Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interactive
The Notorious Trial of Joe Thomas
Tearing Down History
Nearly 300 buildings in Pittsburgh’s only comprehensive historic survey are gone in just 25 years, most due to neglect by their owners and the city.
Those helicopters overhead actually are flying ICUs
Nowadays, STAT MedEvac and LifeFlight focus not on rushing patients to hospitals but bringing ICUs to patients.
UPMC’s board is a silent but powerful force in fate of region’s health care
As Youngstown’s paper prepares for final edition, its owner reflects on what went wrong
“Being a family operation, you tend to get close to your people … you make decisions you know are contrary to the correct business decision.”
Top Workplaces 2019
Terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day at the office
The Virginia Beach murders
Pain remains despite arrest in the 1973 murders of two Penn Hills women in Virginia Beach.
Pittsburgh’s property lottery
Each year, hundreds of people apply to buy city-owned properties. Few get what they want, and those who do typically wait years.
2019 high school football preview
Consolidation is coming for the self-driving vehicle industry. Will only three firms reach the finish line?
Argo AI’s big money partnerships with Ford and Volkswagen are only part of a complicated and growing road map of relationships