Kennedy Township Bank Robbed, Police InvestigatingPolice are investigating after a Kennedy Township bank was robbed Thursday afternoon.
'You Would Think You Were At Old Faithful': Bubbling Gas Leaks Causing Concern In SarverPeople in Butler County are worried their entire neighborhood is at risk because natural gas is bubbling out of the ground in several locations.
Self-Driving Uber Service Halted In Pittsburgh, Other CitiesSelf-driving Uber vehicles will be taken off the road in Pittsburgh and several other cities in North America following a fatal crash.
Main Break Leaves Beaver Co. Residents Without WaterA water main break in Beaver County on Sunday morning left many residents without water for most of the day.
Marine Reservist Claims Discrimination, Says Employer Passed Him Over Due To His Military ObligationsThere are new troubles for the Westmoreland County Sheriff's Office.
More Than 30 Pittsburgh-Area Schools To Participate In National School WalkoutStudents in more than 30 Pittsburgh-area schools will participate in the National School Walkout on Wednesday, but some are taking a different approach to the protest.
Charges Dismissed Against Woman In Pizza Milano AltercationThe woman caught up in a scuffle in an Uptown pizza shop has been cleared of all charges.
Drivers Angered After Receiving Pricey Tickets In Apparent Parking LaneConfusing parking signs and rules led to many angry people on the North Shore on Sunday.
Train Collides With Truck Hauling Hydrochloric Acid, 3 People InjuredThousands of gallons of hydrochloric acid spilled Tuesday morning when a train crashed into the truck that was hauling it in Washington County.
Upper Hill Church Offers Love, Support To Families Displaced By FireSeveral families who lived in an apartment building that went up in flames Saturday night are getting love and support from their neighbors.
Police Seeking Public's Help After Homewood Fatal ShootingA woman was shot and killed in Homewood Wednesday and police are now asking for the public's help to find the shooter.
Some Western Pa. Colleges Will Forgive Disciplinary Action For Peaceful ProtestsSome colleges and universities say they won't hold it against students if they have been involved in a peaceful protest for gun legislation.

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