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Cops: Delivery Driver Attempted To Lure Girls & Offered Money To Perform Sex ActsA delivery driver is facing charges for attempting to lure children and pay them to perform sexual acts.
Official: Trump To Revoke Transgender Bathroom GuidanceA government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity.
Puppy Abandoned At Animal Shelter With 2 Broken Legs To Undergo SurgeryPolice are investigating after a puppy with two broken legs was dropped off at an animal shelter in Pittsburgh.
Amazon Offers Discount As Appreciation For Being Named Most Reputable CompanyAmazon was recently ranked the most reputable company in the United States.
Substitute Teacher Facing Charges For Sexual Relationship With Teen GirlA substitute teacher has been charged with having an inappropriate relationship with a teenage girl.
Powerball Jackpot Tops $400 Million For 1st Time In MonthsThe Powerball jackpot has climbed above $400 million for the first time in nearly three months.
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.
1 Dead In South Huntingdon Twp. Trench CollapseOne person has died after a trench collapsed in Westmoreland County Wednesday morning.
Caretaker Filmed Performing Lap Dance On 100-Year-Old ManPolice say a caretaker was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident at an Ohio assisted living home.
Gov. Wolf Seeks Approval For Online Lottery GamesGov. Tom Wolf wants to raise additional revenue by putting lottery games online.
Man Charged With Punching Pitcairn Police Officer In The FaceA man is facing charges after he allegedly punched a Pitcairn police officer in the face.

Politics

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.
Gov. Wolf Seeks Approval For Online Lottery GamesGov. Tom Wolf wants to raise additional revenue by putting lottery games online.
Pa. Senator Wants To Lift Law Banning Sunday Automobile SalesOnce upon a time, “blue laws” in Pennsylvania prohibited merchandise from being sold on Sunday.
Will Medical Marijuana Open The Door To Legalization, Decriminalization?The Pennsylvania Department of Health has divided the state into six regions and will allow only a limited number of medical marijuana licenses in each.
Rep. Murphy Abruptly Cancels Duquesne U. Appearance Over Possible Protests Congressman Tim Murphy abruptly canceled an event he was supposed to attend at Duquesne University on Tuesday afternoon.

Business

Pa. Senator Wants To Lift Law Banning Sunday Automobile SalesOnce upon a time, “blue laws” in Pennsylvania prohibited merchandise from being sold on Sunday.
Will Medical Marijuana Open The Door To Legalization, Decriminalization?The Pennsylvania Department of Health has divided the state into six regions and will allow only a limited number of medical marijuana licenses in each.
Spirit Airlines Announces New Services From PittsburghSpirit Airlines announced they will start new services from Pittsburgh International Airport.
Restaurant Brands International To Buy Popeyes For $1.8BRestaurant Brands International says it's buying Popeyes for $1.8 billion, bringing the chicken chain under the same corporate umbrella as Burger King and Tim Hortons.
Laid Off Coal Miners Trained To Write Computer Codes, A Ticket To Top WagesMore than 30,000 coal miners have lost their jobs in the last six years.
New Restaurant Opens Downtown As Part Of Union Trust Building’s $100M MakeoverPittsburgh's newest restaurant opened Friday in the iconic Union Trust Building Downtown.

Entertainment

Jackie Evancho Excited For New Album & Upcoming Pittsburgh ShowJackie Evancho - Pittsburgh's child superstar - isn't a little girl anymore.
New Restaurant Opens Downtown As Part Of Union Trust Building’s $100M MakeoverPittsburgh's newest restaurant opened Friday in the iconic Union Trust Building Downtown.
'Dance Moms' Star Gets OK To Travel Before Sentencing"Dance Moms" reality TV star Abby Lee Miller has been allowed to travel overseas while awaiting sentencing in her bankruptcy fraud case.
Tattoo Artist Trying To Break 2 World Records At Pittsburgh ExpoThe Bleed Black and Gold Tattoo Expo is kicking off at Station Square today and runs all weekend long.
2017 ACM NomineesFull list of 2017 ACM nominees.
Pittsburgh’s First Cat Café Ready To Open To PublicCat cafés have become popular in other cities, and now, Pittsburgh has its first one.

Health

Little-Known & Treatable Brain Condition Mimics Alzheimer'sDoctors say thousands of patients have been misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, or Alzheimer’s when they actually have a very treatable condition.
Hurdle Uses Promise To Players As Motivation, Makes Personal Transformation During OffseasonPirates manager Clint Hurdle is going for a different look, a healthier look; so he has spent the last few months dieting and working out.
McKeesport Approves Medical Marijuana VentureHard times hit McKeesport when the mills closed, but now the struggling Mon Valley city may be trading in steel for marijuana.
Early Exposure Could Lead To Increased Asthma RiskWhen it comes to asthma risk, some things that affect you when you're just a baby may play a part.
Mother & Daughter Share Special Bond After Transplant SurgeryValentine’s Day also marked National Donor Day, a day to make people aware of organ donation.
Cold Cap Treatment Could Help Prevent Hair Loss During ChemotherapySome breast cancer patients are turning to cooling caps during chemotherapy to hopefully limit hair loss.

CBS National News

New charges filed against former USA Gymnastics doctorLarry Nassar faces allegations by dozens of women, girls who say they were assaulted
Police department hit with stop-and-frisk lawsuitACLU alleges that the Milwaukee Police Department has a stop-and-frisk policy that disproportionately targets minorities
Farm faces uproar over fate of cute calf in viral videoFaceook users flooded the New Hampshire farm's FB page, demanding calf be spared from the slaughterhouse
Shooting victim confronts man who pleaded guilty to trying to kill her“You leave me to die, but I’m not dead, Kevin Pratt," Camille Hamilton said to man who also pleaded guilty to three deaths
Man rescued after clinging to boat for 13 hoursThe man suffered severe hypothermia after his boat capsized
Nile Rodgers reveals 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame inducteesWriter, producer and performer Nile Rodgers is a living music legend. In 2016, he was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, one of music's highest honors. Rodgers joins "CBS This Morning" to reveal the 2017 class of inductees and discuss the significance of the award.

CBS World News

Why this grocery store opened a slow checkout laneThe checkout line here is always long and slow-moving — and that’s the way customers like it
Were female suspects trained to attack Kim Jong Nam?Malaysian police are searching for two new suspects in connection with the apparent assassination of the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. Kim Jong Nam died last week after an attack at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Adriana Diaz reports.
Police say women “trained” to poison Kim Jong Un’s half brotherMalaysian police contradict claims that at least one woman was duped into alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam
Brit freed from Gitmo becomes suicide bomber for ISISAbu Zakariya al-Britani’s return to battlefield -- after huge compensation payment -- raises questions about ability to track terror suspects
Rex Tillerson: The silent man at the State DepartmentTillerson has yet to hold a news conference, many of his meetings and calls are not publicly disclosed, and there have been no daily State Department briefings
Ukraine lawmaker who met Trump associates faces treason probeAndrei Artemenko reportedly met Trump's lawyer and a business partner in January over plan to lease Crimea to Russia

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