Beaver County Woman Guilty In Death of Niece
A Beaver County jury has convicted 31 year old Christina George of Patterson on charges of involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of her niece.
Fatal Accident in Indiana County
State Police in Indiana County say a 75 year old Madeline Ralston of Clymer was killed her 79 year old husband hurt in an accident that happened late last night.
Man Acquitted On Murder
An Allegheny County jury acquitted a McKee's rocks man in connection with a murder that happened 10 years ago.
Veon Granted Early Release
Former beaver county state representative Mike Veon has been granted parole and is set to be released in June.
Three Rivers Heritage Trail Boosts Local Economy
More people than expected are using the Three Rivers Heritage Trail and spending more money in process according to a newly released study.
Pittsburgh to Go Dark for Earth Hour
For just an hour Saturday night, you will have a rather unique view of the Downtown and Oakland areas due to the annual observation of Earth Hour, which will run from 8:30 until 9:30 p.m.
Alcosan Taking Steps to Establish Customer Assistance Program
Alcosan agrees to look into creating a customer assistance program for low- and fixed-income ratepayers.
Aldi Will Open Store in Garfield
Residents in the Garfield-Friendship section of the city are getting back their neighborhood store.
Free North Shore T Rides to Continue
Light-rail service between Downtown and the North Side station will be free again this year thanks to an agreement between the Port Authority and several local agencies.
Bodies Pulled From Ohio River Identified as Missing Pittsburgh Men
Pittsburgh Police announced Thursday evening that bodies found in the Ohio River last week have been identified as two men reported missing from their homes in the South Side and...
Weekend Movie Reviews: Home and Get Hard
New movies being released in time for the weekend include Home and Get Hard.
Proposed Rules Would Reign In Payday Lenders
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau proposed rules Thursday to protect Americans from stumbling into what it calls a "debt trap," loans from payday lenders.
The Steel Valley School Board voted unanimously to allow a student with special needs to use a faculty lavatory over the objections of the teachers. The teachers' restroom is the only one on the first level of Parks Elementary school and the student has difficulty climbing stairs. The teachers filed a grievance saying their labor contract calls for an exclusive restroom for teachers.
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