What's there

Exploring some of the North Side's lesser-known gems

It would be a sin to just visit the most popular spots on Pittsburgh's North Side.

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Stacking Up

Primanti's set to open 2 new spots

The number of places where Primanti Bros. sells its iconic sandwiches stuffed with meat, cole slaw and fries has nearly doubled since the Pittsburgh company was sold in 2012.

The chain is expanding again.

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Who needs a press release?

World reacts to news of Beyoncé's birth of twins, completion of 'holy trinity'

There is no official word from Beyoncé's camp, but pretty much everyone on earth believes that the singer just gave birth to twins.

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No agreement

Judge declares mistrial in Cosby case after jury deadlocks

Bill Cosby's trial on sexual assault charges has ended without a verdict after jurors failed to break a deadlock.

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Chew on this

McDonald's calling it quits on 41-year Olympics sponsorship

McDonald's and the Olympics are no longer a combo.

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'wanton and reckless conduct'

Judge: Girlfriend whose texts urged suicide guilty of manslaughter

A woman who sent her boyfriend a barrage of text messages urging him to kill himself when they were both teenagers was convicted Friday of involuntary manslaughter in a trial that raised questions of whether words can kill.

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'Miracle on Carson Street' flying high

Hays eaglet takes flight

The bald eaglet known as the "Miracle on Carson Street" took its first long flight Thursday morning, sailing among the trees above the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh's Hays neighborhood.

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Say what?

Wendy's, drink company engage in battle of savage signs in Texas

A fast-food restaurant and drink company are having a war of words -- silently but publicly.

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