Forest Hills Breaks Ground for New Municipal Building
They broke ground today on a new municipal building in Forest Hills.
Scott Township Fire under Investigation
The cause of a fire in an abandoned home in Scott Township is now under investigation. Nobody lived in the home it's been vacant for about 5 years.
PSO Returns to the Stage
For the first time since their 55 day long strike the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra took to the stage last night to a standing ovation.
Duquesne Man in Police Custody
A man was arrested last night after a brief standoff in Duquesne. Police say Torrie Thompson refused to let his girlfriend leave a Commonwealth Avenue home.
Court Appearance Postponed for Boarding House Fire Suspect
A preliminary hearing in municipal court has been postponed again for a woman charged with setting a Homewood boarding house fire that killed its owner and two other residents earlier this...
'Twelve Days of Christmas' More Expensive This Year
If you want to give your true love all of the gifts listed in "The Twelve Days of Christmas," you're going to pay a little more this year due to inflation and the increased price of turtle...
Harvard Campaign Conference Turns Into Slugfest
Top officials from the Trump and Clinton campaigns clashed angrily on Thursday over questions of mandates and associations with white supremacists, with a conference designed to draw...
Trump Takes a Victory Lap
Donald Trump saluted workers, owners, and himself Thursday at a Carrier plant in Indiana, declaring that a deal to keep a local plant open instead of moving operations to Mexico was only...
Oral Arguments Presented in Federal Court in Pine-Richland Restroom Policy Lawsuit
Attorneys for Lambda Legal and the Pine-Richland School District were in federal court this morning for oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the district's new policy on transgender...
Shaler Police Warn of Kidnapping Hoax Scam
A local police department is putting out a warning following a scam that targeted a resident.
Teen Arrested in Shooting Deaths of Mother and Brother
The Hempfield Township teen accused of killing his mother and younger brother as they slept allegedly told police he would have killed his father too, had he been at home at the time.
Murphy Mental Health Legislation Passes the House
Congressman Tim Murphy's Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday by a vote of 392-26.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced it will ban smoking in public housing units in an effort to protect millions of low-income tenants from of secondhand smoke, while saving millions of dollars annually from property damage by preventable fires caused by smoking. The ban will apply to all homes that are publicly subsidized by the federal government. Scheduled to go into effect in 18 months, it could be overturned by the next President and Congress.
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