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Car Rolls Over In Fatal Accident Along I-279 In Ross TownshipA fatal accident was reported this morning in Ross Township as a car rolled over on I-279 in Ross Township.
St. Clair Police Officer Killed In Westmoreland County ShootingA St. Clair township police officer was shot and killed at a New Florence house Saturday night while responding to a domestic dispute.
New Guide Released To Help Pittsburgh EntrepreneursAt a Small Business Saturday event, Mayor Bill Peduto announced a new tool for Pittsburgh entrepreneurs.
Shoppers Support Local Businesses On 'Small Business Saturday'America’s small business owners opened their doors to shoppers Saturday. Wedged between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday encourages people to shop small and support local businesses.
Local Religious Leaders Offer Sanctuary To Syrian RefugeesAn organization that represents thousands of congregations in the Pittsburgh area has come out in a proposal by Mayor Bill Peduto to bring Syrian refugees to Pittsburgh.
Blue Jackets' Dubinsky Suspended For One Game After Cross-Checking Penguins’ CrosbyThe NHL Department of Player Safety issued a one-game suspension to the Columbus Blue Jackets’ Brandon Dubinsky for cross-checking the Penguins’ Sidney Crosby in Friday night’s game.
Police Investigating Fatal Carrick StabbingPolice are investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred outside a Carrick pizza shop early Saturday morning.
One Dead After ATV Accident In Beaver CountyAn ATV rider was killed Friday afternoon when he went off a trail and into a pond that was several feet deep, according to officials.
One Person Shot In Foot At Local Bowling AlleyA person was shot in the foot at a bowling alley Friday night.
Local Boy Who Had Arm Reattached By Surgeons Is Back HomeA Clarion County boy, who had to have his right arm reattached by surgeons after a horrific accident, is back home with his family in the small town of Knox.
AP: Penn State Settles With Six More Victims In Sandusky ScandalPenn State settled with six more victims or accusers of Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the school's total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million.
Connellsville Home Burns Down While Family Is Away For ThanksgivingA family’s home and possessions went up in smoke Thursday. A Connellsville family was spending Thanksgiving at a relative’s when they learned their house was on fire.


One State Budget Deal Fails, But Another Rises In Its AshesWhat a difference a few weeks make.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Ups Ante In Porn ScandalA Pennsylvania Senate committee is asking the full chamber to consider removing Attorney General Kathleen Kane from office.
Bucks Co. Withholding All Tax Payments To HarrisburgElected officials in a suburban Philadelphia county have turned the tables on state government, withholding all tax payments owed to Pennsylvania because state lawmakers and the governor have failed to reach agreement on a budget.
Wolf Says Ball Is In GOP's Court After Budget Deal BlowupWith the collapse of a fragile deal to end a five-month budget stalemate, Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday that the next step is up to Republican legislative majority leaders.
Republican Liquor Plan Passes State House Amid Budget TalksA divided state House is sending a new proposal to privatize Pennsylvania's government-run liquor system to the Senate.
Dems Divide Over House GOP Bill Restricting Syrian RefugeesThe White House labored Thursday to keep Democrats from joining an embarrassing rebuke of President Barack Obama regarding Syrian refugees.


Meadows Expands With New Event Center For 2016Right now it's a hole in the ground with dirt movers, but the Meadows in Washington County is thinking big for 2016.
Bidding War Over Closed Hazelwood School Sparks ControversySince its closing 14 years ago, Gladstone Middle School in Hazelwood has sat vacant garnering little interest.
Ground Broken For Lawrenceville's Largest Residential ComplexIn the shadow of the 40th Street Bridge, on a five-acre industrial site, officials broke ground on what will be Lawrenceville's largest residential development.
Big-Budget TV Show Threatening To Leave Pittsburgh If Pa. Budget Stalemate ContinuesSome fear the budget stalemate in Harrisburg could end up costing Pittsburgh thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in revenue.
U.S. Steel Headquarters No Longer Coming To Former Civic Arena SiteU.S. Steel no longer plans to build their new world headquarters on the site of the old Civic Arena.
REI Bucking Black Friday Shopping, Will Close Stores That DayOutdoor retailer Recreational Equipment, Inc., known as REI, has announced it will buck Black Friday and close its 143 stores on the Friday after Thanksgiving.


Stephen Colbert Returns To Host 'The Kennedy Center Honors'Stephen Colbert returns to host "The 38th Annual Kennedy Center Honors," to be broadcast Tuesday, Dec. 29 on CBS.
CBS Drama 'Code Black' Welcomes Cast From 'The Lion King'The medical drama CBS' "Code Black" gets a dose of Broadway magic this week when cast members from "The Lion King" — and one memorable Mufasa — end up in the emergency room.
Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force Weighs In On Charlie Sheen’s DiagnosisAdvocates in the HIV/AIDS community say actor Charlie Sheen’s announcement that he is HIV positive has renewed the conversation about the virus and the stigma that comes with it.
Adam Sandler Performs An Updated Version Of 'The Chanukah Song'Sandler calls out Drake, Adam Levine and Geddy Lee in hilarious update to the nearly 20-year-old classic.
Charlie Sheen Says He Has HIV VirusFormer "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen has the HIV virus.
Special 'Late Show' To Follow Super Bowl On CBSCBS to present special live broadcast of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" immediately following "Super Bowl 50"


New Procedure Eliminates Fat Under ChinHave you've ever looked in a 3-way mirror or seen your profile in a picture and you thought, "That's not me! My chin doesn't look like that!"
2 Cases Of Whooping Cough Found At Beaver Co. Elementary SchoolsA Moon Township pediatric practice is getting lots of calls from concerned parents.
Consumer Reports: Be Wary When Buying Meds OnlineAlmost 2 million Americans are trying to save money by buying medications online, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey. But government investigators have found that many rogue pharmacies peddle bad drugs online that can cause serious harm.
Fitness Tracker Sales On The Rise, But Are They Accurate?Last year alone, there were an estimated 19 million fitness tracking devices in use. But, how accurate are they?
Stem Cell Transplant Used To Heal Local Woman & Her Own DogSharon Germain had first-hand experience with stem cell transplantation.
Proper Use Of Wipes Kills Germs, Improper Use Could Spread ThemThe every day household disinfecting wipes -- easy to grab, easy to use. But does wiping really disinfect?

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