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Franklin Regional Stabbing Suspect Considering Guilty Plea

A guilty plea could be in the making in the case involving a former Franklin Regional High School student accused of stabbing 20 students and a security guard three years ago.
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Westmoreland County Man Accused of Selling Heroin in Maternity Ward

A Westmoreland County man is jailed, facing charges, and barred from contact with his newborn child.
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Pennsylvania's Unemployment Rate Inches Down

The state releases its monthly snapshot on Pennsylvania's employment scene.
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Pittsburgh Receives Perfect Equality Score For LGBT Issues

A national civil rights organization that monitors the way cities handle lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues releases its latest score card.
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Pittsburgh Leaders Confident About Amazon HQ2 Bid

The Pittsburgh bid to host Amazon's proposed second headquarters is submitted with confidence.
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Natural Gas Severance Tax Bill Advances in State House

Legislation to impose a natural gas severance tax in Pennsylvania has passed the House Finance Committee and is being forwarded to the full House for additional consideration.
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Woman Arrested in Assault on Teacher

A North Side woman has been arrested in connection with an assault on a Pittsburgh King teacher who was asaulted and had a brick thrown at her.
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Judge Denies Sandusky Appeal

Former Penn State Assistant Football Coach Jerry Sandusky has lost a bid to convince a jury he is innocent of child sex abuse charges.
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Highmark Health Network Plans Hospital Building Spree

Highmark Health Network plans to spend a billion dollars to build 5 new neighborhood hospitals and expand 4 existing facilities in their network.
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Pittsburgh's Changing Climate

Government weather data shows Pittsburgh has warmed steadily in the past 50 years. On average, the 2000s were about two degrees hotter than the 1960s.
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Pittsburgh Area Sees Little Growth in Jobs and Income

Pittsburgh's seven-county metro area's economy has little to boast about for the period since 2000 in terms of job and income gains.
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Beaver County Teen Sentenced to Jail Time in Double Homicide

A former Aliquippa High School football player has been sentenced to 34 to 70 years in prison for a double homicide.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/TribLIVE.COM Listener Poll
Should American tech companies be compelled to turn over private digital data stored outside the U.S. to criminal investigators? <More Info>

Yes
No
Yes
65%
No
35%
Total Votes: 7,719

Yesterday's Poll

Should Gov. Wolf approve the House revenue proposal that borrows $1.5 billion-dollars, expands gambling, and uses fund transfers without raising taxes to balance the budget?

Yes
75%
No
25%
Total Votes: 10,596