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Teen’s Fatal Shooting In McKeesport May Have Been AccidentThe deadly shooting of a teenage boy in McKeesport may have been an accident.
‘It Was A Long Road’: Pirates’ Player Makes MLB HistoryHistory was made Wednesday night as the Pittsburgh Pirates deployed the first Major League Baseball player ever from the African continent.
Crime Stoppers: Family, Police Seek Justice In Aspiring Rapper’s MurderIt's been nine months since a man was shot and killed while sitting outside with some friends in Homewood.
Jury Gives Death Penalty To Police Ambush KillerA jury has given the death penalty to a gunman who targeted Pennsylvania state troopers at their barracks, killing one and leaving a second with devastating injuries.
Kidsburgh: Family Volunteering ChallengeMany people want to volunteer, but think it's too hard when they have kids. Now, the United Way is making it easy for families with their "Families for Good Challenge."
Virtual Reality Goggles Offer Sky Rocket Riders New Experience At KennywoodThis year, Sky Rocket riders at Kennywood will be offered a chance to ride while wearing virtual reality goggles.
Rare Penny Is Worth Thousands Of DollarsA rare coin, minted in 1943, is made entirely of copper and could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
UPMC Clinic Helping Transgender Youth Through TransitionThere are several clinics in Pittsburgh where transgender men and women can seek help, but only one that caters specifically to transgender youth.
Ex-Sergeant Pleads Guilty In False Tax Returns CaseA former U.S. Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to using hacked information from four University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees to file false tax returns seeking IRS refunds.
No One Injured In Partial Building Collapse In SwissvaleA partial building collapse sent emergency crews to Swissvale Wednesday afternoon.
Police: Captive Woman Found In Pit In Man's Backyard ShedPolice say an Ohio man with mental health problems kidnapped a neighbor and kept her trapped in a small grave-like pit in his backyard shed.
Medical Marijuana Licensing Draws Hundreds Of ApplicantsRegulators say Pennsylvania's medical marijuana program remains on schedule after hundreds of applications poured in from those who want to grow, process and dispense the drug.

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