Police Searching For Driver Involved In Fatal Hit-And-RunFamily and friends of an aspiring, local artist are pleading for the public’s help. They’re trying to find the driver who struck the young woman, then took off, leaving her to die.
Cops: Man Uses Child As Human Shield, Lets Dog Attack K-9A man is facing charges after a violent domestic dispute led to him allegedly using his child as a human shield when police arrived.
Police: Woman Stabbed To Death By Daughter, Stuffed In Trash BagsAccording to court papers, the victim was stabbed multiple times by her daughter before her body was placed inside garbage bags with the help of her daughter's boyfriend.
Men Killed In Uniontown Shooting IdentifiedThe two men killed Thursday in a Uniontown shooting have been identified.
Ticketmaster’s Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Leaving Some Customers DisappointedFree tickets to a concert of your choice? If only it could be that simple, but customers who use Ticketmaster are quickly finding out it's much more complicated than they realized.
2 Teens Injured In Shooting After Fight Breaks Out During Basketball GameAn argument at a North Side basketball court led to a shooting that sent two teenagers to the hospital Tuesday evening.
2 Men Wounded In Shooting At Monroeville Shopping PlazaPolice are investigating after two people were shot outside of a strip mall in Monroeville.
Hearing Filled To Capacity As Pittsburgh School Board Hears Opinions On New SuperintendentIt was a long night at Pittsburgh Public School headquarters in Oakland as some 85 registered speakers took the podium to voice their opinions on the issue of incoming superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet.
Three Local Businesses Damaged By Vehicles In One WeekendIn three separate incidents over the weekend, local businesses were plowed into by out-of-control drivers.
Alleged Victims Testify As Wilmerding Rape Suspect Faces JudgeA man accused of raping multiple women in Wilmerding appeared in court Thursday.
Stanley Cup Visits Bridgeville Café As Sightings Begin Around TownThe Penguins' victory parade won't be the last time the Stanley Cup is spotted in Pittsburgh over the next few weeks.
Pittsburgh Public Schools To Test For Lead In Water FountainsThere's no federal law that requires schools to test for lead; however, officials with Pittsburgh Public Schools have decided to do that in all 70 facilities starting Tuesday.

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