Man Rescued After Slipping, Falling Down Hillside Near Station SquareEmergency rescuers saved a man from plummeting down to the bottom of Mt. Washington on Friday afternoon.
CMU Student Charged In Anonymous Rooftop Sniper ThreatA Carnegie Mellon University student is facing charges after sending an anonymous message about using a sniper rifle from a rooftop.
Pittsburgh Schools Superintendent On Looming Teachers' Strike: 'I Want To Get Them A Fair Contract'While the clock is ticking, there is no movement on the impasse between Pittsburgh Public Schools and the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers.
Porch Collapse Traps Woman In BraddockA woman was hospitalized after falling through her porch when it collapsed in Braddock on Tuesday afternoon.
BBB: Scammers Impersonating Legitimate Online Tax Preparation CompaniesA tricky tax scam is targeting those of us who use online filing services.
BBB Warns Of Thieves Targeting W-2 Tax Form Info In Email ScamThieves are impersonating someone from your workplace in order to obtain your W-2 form information.
Scammers Turning To 'Social Engineering' To Steal Passwords & IdentitiesIf you are asked to play one of those "get to know you better" games on Facebook - watch out. Scammers might be trying to trick you into giving up your password.
Charges Filed Against New Castle Woman Who Allegedly Abandoned PuppyCharges have been filed against a 19-year-old woman who allegedly abandoned a puppy that was found severely malnourished in a New Castle apartment Friday.
Lawyer For Franklin Regional H.S. Stabbing Suspect Pushes For Less Jail TimeThe lawyer for Alex Hribal, the man sentenced in the 2014 Franklin Regional High School stabbing, is now pushing for less jail time.
Auditor General Finds Major Issues With Firemen’s Relief Fund, Calls For Criminal ProbeThe Pennsylvania Auditor General is calling for a criminal investigation after finding major problems in undocumented expenses at the Castle Shannon Volunteer Firemen’s Relief Fund.
Councilwoman: Reasons Unclear For PWSA Shut-Off NoticesRoughly 2,500 Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority customers have received 10-day shutoff notices, but the reason for it is unclear.
Police Raid Mt. Washington Business, Make Prostitution Bust Next To Recovery HouseA new business on Mount Washington has been shut down by Pittsburgh Police for allegedly operating a house of prostitution.

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