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Mom Who Decapitated 3-Month-Old Daughter Gets 15 Years To Life In PrisonAn Ohio woman charged with stabbing and decapitating her 3-month-old daughter has pleaded guilty to murder and been sentenced.
Health Department Working With Penn State On Mumps CasesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is investigating mumps cases on Penn State University's main campus.
Police Investigating Duquesne Double ShootingPolice are investigating after two people were injured in a Duquesne shooting overnight.
Chase Suspect Jumps From Bridge, Swims Away From PoliceA police chase ended when the suspect being pursued jumped off a local bridge.
Stanley Cup Arrives In Town Ahead Of ‘Stadium Series’ Game At Heinz FieldHeinz Field will be filled with black and gold-clad hockey fans on Saturday evening.
Mysterious Roadside Signs Asking About ‘Barber School?’ Intrigue PublicYou're used to seeing political signs or ads on billboards, but some signs along local roads have people scratching their heads.

Latest Pittsburgh Sports

Stanley Cup Arrives In Town Ahead Of ‘Stadium Series’ Game At Heinz FieldHeinz Field will be filled with black and gold-clad hockey fans on Saturday evening.
Robert Morris Wins After FDU's Final Shot Ruled After BuzzerIsaiah Still scored 15 points, Aaron Tate had 14 points and eight rebounds, and Robert Morris held off Fairleigh Dickinson 77-76 on Thursday night.
CBS Sports' Jim Spanarkel On #13 Florida-#11 Kentucky SEC RematchCBS Sports college basketball analyst Jim Spanarkel breaks down Florida-Kentucky, which may determine the SEC tournament's top seed.
Report: James Conner Gets Clean Scan Ahead Of NFL DraftFormer University of Pittsburgh running back James Conner got good news ahead of the 2017 NFL draft.
Pirates Spring Training 2017 - Feb. 23rd News And NotesOn the final day of workouts at the Pirate City complex, MLBPA meets with players to discuss a range of issues, not the least of which are MLB's pace-of-play initiatives.
Dunlap: Oh, These Pens InjuriesAre injuries the one thing that can truly stop the Pittsburgh Penguins?

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Best Places To See Indie Rock In PittsburghPittsburgh is known for its entertainment scene thanks to its large number of bars, lounges and music venues that eagerly welcome the city and country’s best bands and musicians.
Best Bagels And Lox In PittsburghIf you’re craving a fresh-baked bagel with lox, here are the five best places in Pittsburgh to enjoy breakfast or brunch.
How To Keep Your Family Safe From Foodborne IllnessWant to keep your family safe from foodborne illness? Try these tips from Dr. Hank Parker, author of "Containment."
Best Flower Shops In PittsburghPittsburgh has plenty of florists making beautiful designs, whether you're looking for a personal touch to send to a fellow Steelers fan or beautiful designs for your wedding.
Reduce Pain With These Gluten-Free RecipesWant to start building a healthier you? Start today with these recipes from Dr. Peter Osborne, author of "No Grain, No Pain."
Winter Weather: How To Survive In Hazardous ConditionsWant to know how to keep you and your family safe in the event of dangerous winter weather? Former NAVY SEAL Clinton Emerson shares his survival tips.

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Roenick: Outdoor Games Still 'One Of The Coolest Things' In NHLJeremy Roenick joined the Fan Morning Show on Thursday and said the NHL is not overdoing the outdoor specials and they still have meaning.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro: Kathleen Kane Cost Pa. $3.6 MillionPennsylvania’s new attorney general has come up with a preliminary estimate of $3.6 million for the total legal costs of what he termed the “drama” associated with the state’s last elected attorney general, Kathleen Kane.
New Poll Shows Less Than 1/3 Of Pa. Voters Happy With President Trump So FarOnly 32 percent of those surveyed think President Donald Trump is doing a “good” or “excellent” job.
Pens GM Rutherford: Fleury Hasn't Asked To Be TradedCould the Pens be forced to trade Marc-Andre Fleury to help with injuries on defense?
Pa. Lawmakers Tangle Over Allegations Of Voter FraudDemocrats on the House Appropriations Committee sought to dispel notions of voter fraud.
Rep. Murphy Cancels Duquesne Event Due To Planned Protests & Security ConcernsCongressman Tim Murphy cited a lack of additional security and protestors as the reasons for canceling his speaking engagement at Duquesne University on Tuesday.

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