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Pittsburgh Joins Immigration Day of Action

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor Bill Peduto take a stand supporting immigrants and refugees.
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Trump Warns Republicans They'll Pay a Price For Voting Against Health Care Overhaul

President Donald Trump visited Capitol Hill Tuesday in an effort to finalize support for the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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Eleven Protesters Arrested at Allegheny County Jail

Pittsburgh Police are releasing more information about a protest that turned violent outside the Allegheny County Jail last night.
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Brentwood Man in Custody After Police Shoot at His Car

A Brentwood man was arrested after state police shot out his windshield in Somerset County.
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PSO Raises Funds For Wilkinsburg School Music Programs

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is returning to Wilkinsburg tonight for its 14th community engagement concert at the Wilkinsburg High School auditorium.
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PennDOT Unveils Plans For Busy Construction Season

Roll out the traffic barrels. Dozens of roads, bridges, and tunnels in Allegheny County will undergo improvements in the upcoming construction season.
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Pitt Hires First Female Athletic Director

A woman who received national recognition for being a turnaround specialist as the athletic director at Eastern Michigan University has been tapped to be the next AD at Pitt.
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Let The Bidding Begin For Mexican Border Wall

Two requests for proposals have been published by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, including the specifications it expects for an American-Mexican border wall.
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Global Economic Growth Continues But Strong Dollar Could Limit Benefit to U.S.

The global economy is in better shape in 2017.
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Hazelwood Redevelopment Continues

A new French bakery offers fresh eats, great smells, and new hope for a continued rebound and redevelopment after the collapse of the steel industry.
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Officials Investigating Water Contamination in Westmoreland County

Officials in Westmoreland County say water at a mobile home park is not safe to use, after someone poured an unknown substance into a water tower.
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Woman Held For Husband's Death

A Frazer woman has been held for court on charges she shot and killed her husband.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll
Should the $2.2 billion Mon Valley Expressway project be cancelled? <More Info>

Yes
No
Yes
63%
No
37%
Total Votes: 11,283

Yesterday's Poll

KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll
Are U.S. Census Bureau estimates right showing continued Pittsburgh population decline?

Yes
86%
No
14%
Total Votes: 16,798