Kids Of Steel Project R.U.N. Teaching Youth Importance Of ExerciseThe Kids of Steel Project R.U.N. Program helps underprivileged children in our area learn the importance of exercise.
Fiery Crash In Washington Co. Injures 5 PeopleA mother and her child remain hospitalized after a fiery crash in Washington County over the weekend.
Keystone Oaks Teachers, Staff Ready To Strike If New Contract Can’t Be ReachedTeachers and other staff members in the Keystone Oaks School District are threatening to hit the picket lines later this week if a new contract cannot be reached with the district.
Police Seek ‘Person Of Interest’ In Dressing Room Peeping Tom CasePolice are investigating after a woman says a man recorded her trying on a swimsuit in a dressing room at a local mall.
Self-Driving Uber Vehicles Return To The Road Following AccidentThere was something missing on streets of the Strip District this weekend: Uber's driverless cars.
Players Vying For Roster Spots, Worried About Kang As Pirates’ Spring Training Wraps UpSpring Training is wrapping up in Bradenton, Florida, and with the Home Opener now in sight, it’s crunch time for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Get Marty: Rundown Coraopolis Home Condemned, Woman Gets Mental Health TreatmentA horrible situation facing a Coraopolis woman has now been turned around thanks to Get Marty.
'Really?' Wild Turkey Crashes Through Monroeville Library WindowMonroeville Public Works employees have had their share of cleanup jobs, but nothing quite like this.
Websites 'Selling Pets' Actually Conning People Out Of CashWanting a new dog, state police say a New Stanton couple came across what they thought was a great website.
Tractor-Trailer Collides With Car In Summit Twp., Several InjuredSeveral people were injured when a tractor trailer and car collided Monday evening in Summit Township.
Pittsburgh Group Helps To Rescue Dozens Of Dogs From Meat Farm Nearly four dozen dogs arrived in Pittsburgh this weekend, thanks to the efforts of Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team and the Human Society International.
Sen. Pat Toomey 'Disappointed' Obamacare Not RepealedSenator Toomey was “disappointed” that Republicans “didn’t take a very constructive first step” in healthcare reform, and admitted that the bill was a start to a longer process.

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