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- Shooting Victim Found Dead In Car In Elementary School Parking Lot (5)
- Man Shot & Killed While Trying To Steal Downspouts In North Braddock (4)
- Community Mourns Death Of Perryopolis Police Officer (3)
- Man Guilty On 11 Of 12 Counts In K-9 Officer’s Fatal Stabbing Case (3)
- Constables Accused Of Dragging Woman Out Of Home By Her Feet (3)
Latest Pittsburgh Links & Numbers
Black Friday is a little over a week away and many are scrambling to find the best deals.
A consumer group has come out with its list of “worst toys” for 2014, and we found some of them being sold in local stores.
Primanti Brothers is extending their special make-your-own sandwich promotion for the holidays.
It’s been a popular wintertime gathering spot for Pittsburgh families for decades.
Anyone who knows Pittsburgh knows that Light Up Night is the must-do event of the holiday season in our fair city. The weather is cooler, the holiday spirit is starting to set in, and Downtown Pittsburgh puts on its party clothes and dresses up to impress all of its visitors.
Friends and family held a spaghetti dinner Sunday for the sole survivor of a deadly house fire.
After decades of runaway tuition costs — the tables may finally be turning.
Ski areas and resorts are trying to take advantage of the colder temperatures.
If you’re looking for an extreme hobby, a Steelers legend could have what you’re looking for.
Troy Polamalu has been out of the line-up since he was injured in the Steeler game Nov. 2, but he’s not going to miss the luau this Friday night to support his foundation.
Natural gas prices are 20 percent lower now than they were 20 years ago, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy for everyone to heat their homes during winter.
Home movie footage shot during a tour of Japan by American baseball stars 80 years ago has been digitized by the Hall of Fame.
A local man is hoping his beard is the best in the country.
Allegheny County’s ice rinks are open for the season.