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- Bullet Holes Found In Firefighters' Vehicles In Hazelwood Security is being beefed up at a fire house in the city's Hazelwood neighborhood following a shooting incident.
- VW To Pay More Than $157M To Settle Emissions Claims By 10 States Volkswagen is paying more than $157 million to 10 states to settle environmental lawsuits over the company's diesel emissions-cheating scandal.
- Self-Driving Uber Vehicles Return To The Road Following Accident There was something missing on streets of the Strip District this weekend: Uber's driverless cars.
- Self-Driving Uber Operations Paused After Arizona Crash You may not see self-driving Uber vehicles in the Pittsburgh area for a while.
- People Who Walk Downtown Frightened By Deadly Cab Accident Accident investigators are still trying to piece together what happened at the corner of 6th and Liberty Avenue around 8 p.m. Friday night.
- Grandmother Charged With DUI After Crashing Car, Injuring Boy A local grandmother is charged with driving drunk with her grandson in the car.
- New App Brings A Snow Plow To Your Driveway In Minutes Sean Smith has plenty of salt, shovels, and a snow plow, but without snow, business has been a slow this winter.
- Emergency Medicine Doctor Says Self-Driving Ambulances Could Soon Be Reality Uber is testing self-driving cars in Pittsburgh. But cars are one thing. What about self-driving ambulances?
- Takata Pleads Guilty To Fraud In Air Bag Scandal Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp. pleaded guilty to fraud Monday and agreed to pay $1 billion in penalties for concealing an air bag defect blamed for at least 16 deaths, most of them in the U.S.
- Pa. Senator Wants To Lift Law Banning Sunday Automobile Sales Once upon a time, “blue laws” in Pennsylvania prohibited merchandise from being sold on Sunday.