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Schwartz accuses Wolf of plagiarizing 'Fresh Start' campaign plan

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 4:15 p.m. Updated 4 minutes ago Tom Wolf's gubernatorial campaign acknowledged Thursday that sections of his "Fresh Start" plan are plagiarized. The revelation came hours after U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz, one of Wolf's Democratic primary opponents, pointed out the plagiarism in a news release.
RT @NickReisman: So he didn't write "Bonfire of the Vanities"?! RT @AaronBlakeWP Tom Wolf's campaign admits to plagiarism #PAGOV bit.ly/PxBBjW
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Police say Elliott man killed after putting baby into car

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 9:30 a.m. Updated 2 minutes ago An Elliott man who had just buckled an 18-month-old baby into a car for a trip to morning day care was shot and killed as he walked back to his home on Marena Street, Pittsburgh police said Thursday. Lt.
RT @TribLIVE: Update: Elliott man — killed Thursday after putting baby into car — was twice acquitted of murder trib.me/1rpoSOu via @mhardingTrib
RT @TribLIVE: Update: Elliott man — killed Thursday after putting baby into car — was twice acquitted of murder trib.me/1rpoSOu via @mhardingTrib

UPMC data breach shows easiness of tax return thefts

Kovacevic: Don't abandon Fleury ... not this time

triblive.com — Published: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 11:27 p.m. Updated 2 minutes ago COLUMBUS, Ohio - Marc-Andre Fleury had to know it was dumb. He had to know he had nothing to gain by abandoning his net. And there he went. And there went, with Brandon Dubinsky's simple flick into 24 square feet of untended twine, the Penguins' lead, with 22.5 seconds left.
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RAW: Natural Born Artists helps serve up emerging fashion designers

triblive.com — Published: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 6:13 p.m. Updated 24 minutes ago They most likely aren't names you know. But they hope that changes one day. These fashion designers will showcase their wares at "Spectrum," hosted by RAW: Natural Born Artists, an organization, for artists, by artists at Club Zoo, Strip District, on April 24.

Fishing derby set for Sharpsburg

Woman accused of stealing cancer patient's dog will stand trial

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 3:39 p.m. Updated 40 minutes ago A North Side woman who waived her right to a preliminary hearing on charges that she stole a cancer patient's dog was handcuffed as soon as she left a Downtown courtroom Thursday.
RT @TribLIVE: N. Side woman, accused of stealing cancer patient's dog, will stand trial trib.me/Pxuzvo via @mhardingTrib

So Many Questions: Public broadcasting CEO Patricia de Stacy Harrison sees great need for services

Bylsma: Crosby 'healthy, ready to go'

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 3:21 p.m. Updated 13 minutes ago Sidney Crosby is not playing hurt in the Stanley Cup playoffs, Penguins coach Dan Bylsma said Thursday. "He's like everyone else - healthy and ready to go," Bylsma said of Crosby, the club captain and top center.

Highmark allows extensions of less costly small business plans

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 2:57 p.m. Updated less than a minute ago Some small companies in Western Pennsylvania will get a temporary reprieve from having to buy more expensive health insurance mandated by the Affordable Care Act.

West Penn Allegheny loss in 2013 balloons to $370 million

triblive.com — Published: Thursday, April 24, 2014, 2:57 p.m. Updated 15 minutes ago Financial losses at West Penn Allegheny Health System ballooned to more than $370 million for its 2013 fiscal year, according to an audit released Thursday. The loss was 2 1/2 times larger than the system originally reported in October.
West Penn Allegheny loss in 2013 balloons to $370 million after audit trib.me/1f7WDSt

Cafe Moulin serves up comfort food more than opulence

triblive.com — Published: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 6:10 p.m. Updated 1 hour ago The word "Moulin" might conjure up images of an opulent cabaret in France, but in Shadyside, it's reserved for a cozy European style cafe as an ode to the literal translation of the word.
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Federal regulators aim to fight black lung with new coal dust limits in mines

triblive.com — Published: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 4:21 p.m. Updated 25 minutes ago The federal government on Wednesday said it would cut the amount of coal dust allowed in mines in an effort to prevent black lung disease, which has contributed to an estimated 75,000 miners' deaths since 1968.
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Rossi: Can Pens still count on their big advantages?

blog.triblive.com — COLUMBUS, Ohio - Nobody seemed rattled. If nothing else, that was probably a positive for the Penguins as of late Wednesday night. They had blown a 3-0 lead, surrendered a goal with 24 seconds remaining, and lost in overtime for a second time in the series - but, from the dressing room, there was a sense of relative calm.