Former County Councilman Found Guilty Of Stealing From Elderly Woman Former County Councilman and Solicitor Charles McCullough has been found guilty of taking $200,000 from an elderly woman’s estate. Steelworkers Stage Big Protest In Downtown Pittsburgh Over ATI Contract It was one of the largest steelworkers' protest against a steel company that Downtown Pittsburgh has seen in a while.
National Groups Weighing In On Controversial Gun Policy, Social Security Idea Former Beaver Co. DA Candidate: I’m Being Punished For Being A Whistleblower Budget Impasse Will Start To Hurt, Says House Majority Leader 25th Anniversary Of Americans With Disabilities Act Celebrated Downtown City Revising Plans On Increasing Surveillance Cameras Pittsburgh VA Fires 2 Who Bound Co-Worker With Duct Tape Struggling Ambulance Services Want Help From Harrisburg Congress Moves To Increase Size Of Trucks On U.S. Roads City Council Considering New Noise Regulations Local Girl Recalls Meeting President Obama At Kids’ State Dinner
North Hills Traffic Mess Expected As McCandless Bridge Work Begins In less than an hour, work will begin to reduce McKnight road in McCandless to a single lane in each direction. Boy, 2, Hospitalized After Near-Drowning In Backyard Pool A 2-year-old boy was flown from Canonsburg Hospital Thursday to Children’s Hospital.
Pittsburgh Named One Of The Most Livable Cities In The World Top Headlines In Pittsburgh – July 31, 2015 Lawsuit Accuses CVS Of Overcharging For Generic Drugs Former County Councilman Found Guilty Of Stealing From Elderly Woman Search For Masked Men Who Robbed Bethel Park Bank At Gunpoint Police Capture Escaped Armstrong Co. Jail Inmate Attempted Robbery Suspect In Critical Condition After Being Shot By Victim Man Wanted In Connection With Brookline Woman’s Death Amber Alert Issued For Teen Taken From Home In Wilkes-Barre 12-Year-Old Boy Shot, 3 Others Grazed In Homewood