MJ Slaby covers education at the Knoxville News Sentinel, a beat she also tackled at The Herald-Times in Bloomington, Ind.; and the Lafayette (Ind.) Journal & Courier.
She extensively reported on a sexual assault lawsuit against the University of Tennessee, uncovering calls between the UT football coach and Knoxville police chief on the day two players were accused of rape and the $3 million settlement cost for the university.
The Indiana University alumna has also covered crime, features, general assignments, health, and arts and entertainment.
See a parade, honor soldiers and sailors, or learn to fold Old Glory.
They clinched the Democratic primary nods in Bellevue, Carnegie, Duquesne and Wilkinsburg — and could become first-term mayors.
Every vote counted in the first round. Narrow the field to eight by Monday, May 29.
We know people are more … enthusiastic.
What they serve and where to find ‘em. Don’t forget to vote!
“To those who were critical of our agenda, go back into the neighborhoods and listen to the people,” Peduto said.
Later this month, we’ll host a happy hour for the honorees at Alloy 26 — and you’re invited!
Will Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto or John Welch win the Democratic race for mayor?
The district’s neighborhoods are “quirky and charming and not boring” — and she wants to keep it that way.
“You shouldn’t discount a yinzer housewife,” one observer said.
Get to know Democrats Darlene Harris, Bill Peduto and John Welch before Tuesday’s primary.
Use ViaHero for your next trip to Cuba, Iceland or Japan.
Narrow the field from 32 to 16.
Have Il Pizzaiolo, Franktuary and Square Cafe delivered to your door
Behaivior is one of 147 teams in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE contest.
Tell us which food truck you can’t resist no matter how long the line.
District 5 reflects Pittsburgh as a whole — and could be a citywide model — council member Corey O’Connor says
You’ve been warned: He’ll pick up his office phone.
It starts with Sewickley.
At least that’s what its drivers are told.
How will self-driving cars affect workers? A Q&A with Carnegie Mellon’s Center for the Future of Work
The key question for Pittsburgh researchers: How does technology benefit all of us?