'Bomb' Hooked To Man In Animal Suit At Baltimore TV Station Was Really A Flotation DeviceA man who television station employees say threatened to blow up their workplace is now lying on the ground outside the station following several loud bangs.
Meadows Casino Cited For Sending Promotional Mail To Gambling AddictsWhat many consider a simple or harmless bet at the poker table or slot machine could be a destructive and crippling force for a gaming addict.
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Win Pennsylvania PrimaryDonald Trump swept all five Republican primaries Tuesday.
Highlands Teachers To Return To Class Following StrikeStriking teachers in the Highlands School District are being forced back to the classroom Tuesday.
Victims Of Wilkinsburg Mass Shooting Remembered At VigilThe victims of a mass shooting in Wilkinsburg were remembered Tuesday evening at a candlelight vigil.
Greene Co. Family On Mission To Save Daughter, Raise Awareness For Organ DonationApril is Organ Donation Awareness Month, and one local family is on a mission to save their daughter and to educate others about life-saving transplants.
KDKA Helps Cook Up a Recipe for Hope, Raising Money for Women with CancerChefs and celebrity cooks teamed up to make a Recipe for Hope Saturday night in Avonworth.
Another Spring Snowfall Prompts Winter Weather Advisory For RegionAccording to the National Weather Service, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for much of our area.
Woman Battling Cancer Surprised With Trip To Disney WorldA woman with cancer came to the Oakmont Bakery expecting to help, but instead was surprised with a trip to Disney World.
Police: Thief Breaks Store’s Glass, Steals 2 Bicycles From BusinessPittsburgh Police are looking for a man who they say was caught on surveillance video stealing two bicycles from a store in Squirrel Hill.
South Side’s Nighttime Economy Coordinator Addresses Concerns Of Residents, Business OwnersNew plans on Pittsburgh’s South Side are making a big impact on business and public safety.
South Side’s New Public Pick-Up Zone Causing Confusion, ComplaintsA new “No Parking” zone in one of the city’s busiest neighborhoods is leading to a lot of confusion and complaints from residents and business owners.

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