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City Warming Centers Available During Weekend Cold Snap

The City of Pittsburgh is opening up warming centers to provide a place for people to stay safe during the dangerously cold weather predicted for the weekend.
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Pittsburgh Prepares to Help Refugees Resettle

Syrian refugees are just beginning to resettle here and Mayor Bill Peduto says the newcomers will be good for the city.
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City Council Gives Preliminary Approval to Changing Property Assessment Appeals Process

Pittsburgh City Council is on track to change the way the city appeals property assessments even though some objections have surfaced.
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Frigid Weather Brings Frostbite Concerns

If you are going to be outside this weekend, prepare yourself against frostbite.
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VisitPittsburgh Releases Newest Visitors Guide

The 2016 edition of the Visit Pittsburgh Guide is now available to the public and to those interested in visiting the city.
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American Consumer Spending on the Upswing

The Commerce Department reports U.S. retail sales rose modestly in January. Economists say the report is evidence that Americans kept shopping despite sharp drops in stock prices.
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Democrats Duke it out in Wisconsin - Republicans Get Ready for SC

A pair of topics Friday morning, as Ryan is in Milwaukee where Thursday night Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debated head to head, with Clinton trying to figure out how to get back...
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NATO to Fight Refugee Smugglers

NATO Defense Ministers on Thursday agreed to send alliance warships to the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece in an effort to deter human trafficking.
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East Hills Shooting Suspect Arrested In North Carolina

An arrest has been made in connection with an East Hills homicide last year.
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Health Official Held Liable For Jail Suicide

A federal Court Jury here in Pittsburgh says a former health official at the Allegheny County Jail must pay $200 thousand dollars because of a doctor's suicide in custody.
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Butler County Sues for Uncollected 911 Fees

Officials in Butler County have filed a near $11-million dollar lawsuit against 15 telephone service providers for not billing and collecting 911 assessment charges.
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Women Arrested in String of Armed Robberies

Pittsburgh police have arrested a Banksville woman in connection with a string of gas station and drug store robberies.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll
Should a special prosecutor be appointed to evaluate the investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while Secretary of State? <More Info>

Yes:
No:
Yes:
94%
No:
6%
Total Votes: 11,440

Yesterday's Poll

If Bloomberg was to run for President as a third party candidate which political party nominee would be hurt the most?

Democratic
53%
Republican
47%
Total Votes: 8,334