Officials: Expected Rainfall Totals Lowered, Flooding Still PossibleOfficials say minor flooding is still possible in the Pittsburgh area this weekend, but the expected rainfall totals have been lowered slightly.
City Officials Preparing For Flooding As Heavy Rains Draw CloserPreparations are already underway in Pittsburgh as the potential for significant flooding increases.
3 People In Custody After Bellevue Shooting IncidentThree people are in custody following a shooting in Bellevue on Thursday.
Officer Rescued From Roof Of Cruiser Trapped In FloodwatersA police officer was rescued from the roof of his cruiser after it became trapped in floodwaters.
Boy, 8, Dies From Injuries Sustained In Carrick FireAuthorities say an 8-year-old boy, rescued from a house fire in Carrick last weekend, has died.
Landslide Prompts Evacuation Of 4 Homes In GarfieldAuthorities say a landslide has prompted the evacuation of four homes in Pittsburgh's Garfield neighborhood.
Man, Believed To Be Intoxicated, Causes Shut Down In 'T' Service After Walking In TunnelThe Port Authority says light rail service was delayed during Tuesday evening’s rush hour due to a man found walking in the rail tunnel.
Highlands Teacher Being Investigated, Accused In Alleged Inappropriate RelationshipA teacher in the Highlands School District in Natrona Heights is being accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Duquesne Light: Underground Cable Failure Causes Outages In Squirrel HillMore than 2,000 Duquesne Light customers were without power Tuesday afternoon in the city’s Squirrel Hill section.
Police Wound Standoff Suspect Barricaded In Churchill HomeA man is in the hospital following a lengthy standoff and officer-involved shooting in Churchill Wednesday evening.
Police Arrest Suspect Wanted In Stanton Heights SWAT SituationPittsburgh Police have taken a suspect into custody following a SWAT incident Wednesday afternoon in Stanton Heights.
'Socialist' Judge, Refusing To Evict Tenants, Rankles City LandlordsRecently-elected District Justice Mik Pappas ran on a platform of making landlords more accountable in court, but some of those landlords say he's not following the law.

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