Study Of Pa. Capital Punishment Shows Race A Factor In Death SentencesA new study of capital punishment in Pennsylvania says death sentences are more common when the victim is white and less frequent when the victim is black.
Experts Say Pittsburgh Housing Market Would Benefit Most From Becoming Amazon’s HQ2Why the experts say Pittsburgh is the housing market that would benefit most from becoming Amazon's second headquarters.
Facebook Bug Puts Pittsburgh Users In PhiladelphiaFacebook users in Pittsburgh and other western and central Pennsylvania locations have found themselves transplanted to Philadelphia for a day.
Tension Between Trump, Tillerson ContinuesThe strained relationship between President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is coming under renewed focus.
Coach No More; New York Company Renamed TapestryTo better incorporate all of the brands it owns, the storied Coach company of New York is changing its name to Tapestry.
Nate Downgraded From Hurricane To Tropical StormNate has weakened to a tropical storm as it moves inland over Mississippi and Alabama.
Man May Lose License After 10th Drunk Driving ConvictionA judge says 10 drunken-driving convictions are enough to justify revoking a Maine motorist's license for life.
Maya Henry's Recipe: One-Pot Creamy Pumpkin PastaMaya Henry stopped by PTL to show off a delicious pumpkin-inspired dish!
Dr. Seuss Museum To Replace Mural After Complaints Of RacismThe Dr. Seuss Museum says it will replace a mural featuring a Chinese character from one of his books after claims of it being racist.
More Than 20 Dead, Dozens More Injured At Concert Attack In Las VegasThe Las Vegas sheriff says more than 20 people are dead and more than 100 people are injured after a shooting attack on a country music festival.
Boy, 3, Dies After Accidentally Shooting Himself With Father's GunPolice say the gun a 3-year-old Ohio boy used to accidentally shoot himself was found by the toddler in the console of his father's van.
W. Va. School District Apologizes For Trump Banner During Pittsburgh H.S. Football GameA West Virginia school superintendent has issued an apology after some said they were offended by a banner at a football game that read "Trump Perry."

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