The Steelers beat the Chiefs on Sunday on the back of Le’Veon Bell and the leg of Chris Boswell. Bell rushed for a team-record 170 yards on 30 carries, while Boswell kicked a playoff-record six field goals, as Pittsburgh held on, literally, to advance to the AFC title game. Kansas City nearly tied the game late, but James Harrison forced a holding call that negated the Chiefs' two-point conversion. They missed the re-try, then kicked off and hoped to force a punt, but Pittsburgh got a first down and ran out the clock for the 18-16 win. Here's the story, and the record-breaking stats.
Experts are taking a wait-and-see approach when it comes to proposed policy on self-driving car testing and whether the legislation will release testing details to the public. Currently, private organizations and companies like Uber and Carnegie Mellon University are not required to give this information to the state or to publicly release it. But if the policy recommendations were to be included in new state law, the information could become public record. Read on to find out what information could become available.
American Robotics, an independent institute of Carnegie Mellon, is set to receive more than $250 million to create a public-private "advanced robotics manufacturing institute in Pittsburgh," per the Department of Defense. TribLive reports that "the institute will work on integrating robotics and autonomy into manufacturing."
Wheel and Wedge and Insurrection AleWorks are having a cheese and beer pairing class. You'll learn to create pairings, why beer and cheese taste so good together and how to impress your friends when you recreate the pairings at home.
Where: Insurrection AleWorks at 1635 East Railroad St. (Heidelberg)
When: January 16, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
How much: $25
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Pennsylvania lawmakers freed the six-pack last year, and tomorrow you’ll get to enjoy that loosening of the state’s archaic liquor laws. Distributors in Pennsylvania will legally be allowed to sell six-packs and single bottles of beer starting Tuesday, Jan. 17. Which distributors in Pittsburgh are ready? Consult our map.