Analysis: Why is Adobe Acrobat so insecure?
Acrobat used to be a simple application that replicated paper documents, but Adobe's efforts to update it have made it more insecure
PennDOT puts 14 Alle-Kiski Valley bridges on list to be replaced
Fourteen Alle-Kiski Valley bridges are among 558 statewide that PennDOT officials have targeted for replacement within four years. The project list includes small bridges and ...
Medical research labs pinched by falling federal funding
Pittsburgh biomedical research labs that study cancer and other diseases are getting pinched as hundreds of millions of federal dollars become harder to secure. Dr. ...
Market data tables
Tables containing Johnson Matthey's estimates of supply and demand dating back to 1975. The data is in oz troy and metric tonnes and can be viewed in pdf or Excel. To view the pdf files you may need to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader .
Fire ravages 2 buildings in downtown New Kensington
Firefighters worked early Friday to extinguish a fire that appeared to have heavily damaged two buildings in New Kensington’s business district. Figuring out how the ...
Job prospects drawing workers to Western Pennsylvania
Western Pennsylvania gained about 11,000 more workers than it lost to other parts of the country during a five-year period, according to Census Bureau figures. ...
Bachelor's degree or higher. 5-7 years of experience in document control and systems maintenance/ IT design. Work independently both individually and within groups.
Wexford I-79 interchange in need of repair
The Wexford interchange of Interstate 79 and state Route 910 needs millions of dollars worth of work to improve safety and the flow of traffic ...
WBFS/TV33. You will need the Adobe Acrobat reader to view the report. From Sawgrass Mills to the Falls, these are your best bets for malls.
Play to watch: Expect Ravens to heavily use stretch bootleg
Baltimore’s offense isn’t necessarily dynamic yet under new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak. A dump off here, a check down there, a deep pass over there ...