Fayette Co. Funeral Home Director Charged With Stealing $280K From ClientsA Fayette County funeral home director is accused of stealing more than $280,000 from senior citizens who pre-paid for funerals.
'I'm Lucky To Be Alive': Rollover Crash Survivor Says Road Should Have Been Closed After Water Main BreakA woman says she's fortunate to be alive after a rollover crash on a Mt. Washington street that had apparently iced over because of a water main break.
Marketing Expert Warns Of Downsides For City Where Amazon Chooses To Locate Its HQ2Is there any downside for the city where Amazon chooses to locate its second headquarters? What can Pittsburgh learn from the site of the company's first headquarters: Seattle?
'I Almost Started Crying': Soldier Comes Home Early, Surprises Kids At SchoolThere was huge surprise for two teenagers on Wednesday when their dad, who was deployed with the Air Force in Kuwait, came home earlier than expected.
Putting A Hand In The Lion's Mouth: Pittsburgh Zoo Lion Gets Root CanalHere's one case where you really hope the patient doesn't wake up mid-operation. Razi, one of the Pittsburgh Zoo's 8-year-old African lions, needed a little dental work Tuesday.
Peduto: City 'Clearly' Needs To Do Better Job Removing Snow, Treating RoadsPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says the city will take immediate action to improve snow removal and road treatment operations.
Road Crews Out Again As Another Round Of Snow Blankets AreaAnother round of winter weather is bringing snow and frigid cold to the area, and it could cause some problems for the morning commute.
Shady Side Academy Students Spend MLK Jr. Day Helping OthersMillions of Americans spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day serving others, including some Pittsburgh-area school kids.
Cranberry Twp. Roads Start To Become Slick As Temperatures DropTemperatures started to drop and rain turned to snow throughout the Pittsburgh area Friday evening, creating some potentially hazardous road conditions.
Weather Forces Some First Night Activities Indoors, Doesn't Stop The FunA lot of the big First Night events had to be moved inside due to the weather this year, but that didn't stop anyone from celebrating the new year in style.
First Night Planners Prepared For Possible Medical Emergencies, Security NeedsParamedics and EMTs will be on hand at Pittsburgh's First Night to help with any health-related issues and as with any event with big crowds, police will be there to help with security.
‘Never Experienced Anything Like This’: Record Snowfall Astounds Erie ResidentsThe record setting snowfall is difficult for even lifelong Erie residents to believe.

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