Strong Storms Leave Behind Damage In South Park, DonoraPowerful thunderstorms left behind some damage in a few areas late Monday afternoon.
No Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Allowed In Small W.Va. TownWould you believe there's a place where no one can use a cell phone? Where Wi-Fi is not allowed? Where even finding a radio station can be a difficult task?
Insurance Snafu Forces Munhall To Shut Down Fire Dept. For A DayMunhall had to go 24 hours without a fire department because of an insurance snafu.
Police Prepared, But “Day Of Rage” Protests Never MaterializePittsburgh Police had prepared for a rumored protest as part of something called the "Day of Rage." But it was apparently a hoax.
Pirates Fans Enjoy PNC Park Movie Night, Look Forward To Second Half Of SeasonThe Pirates will go back to work after the All-Star break on Friday playing out of town, but thousands of fans filed into PNC Park Thursday night for something unusual.
Pittsburgh Police Zone 5 Announces Additional Safety MeasuresOfficials at Pittsburgh Police Zone 5 say they are making some changes because of more than one threat against officers that they’ve seen on social media.
Fans Excited As Guns N' Roses Rocks Heinz FieldThe Guns N' Roses reunion tour played Pittsburgh Tuesday night to the delight of about 45,000 fans who attended at Heinz Field.
Youth Organization Speaking Out Against Gun Violence Through ArtA group of kids and aspiring artists came together Tuesday to call for an end to gun violence.
Your Pittsburgh Links: July 11, 2016Some of topics in this edition of Your Pittsburgh include: Spork Pittsburgh, Savoy Pittsburgh and Round Corner Cantina. Click for more information about today's topics!
Community Gathers To Honor 14-Year-Old Fourth Of July Shooting VictimA community came together Friday to honor the life of a 14 year-old honor student and athlete who was shot and killed Monday night.
Overwhelmed West Virginia Animal Shelter Receives Help From Pittsburgh GroupsTwo Pittsburgh groups came together to try to help a West Virginia animal shelter that was overwhelmed after the area was hit with flooding.
PennDOT, Police Cracking Down On Aggressive DriversFrom now through the end of August, PennDOT is partnering with state and local police agencies to crack down on aggressive driving.

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