Pittsburgh Reacts To Charlottesville Violence With Rally, VigilHundreds of Pittsburghers reacted to Saturday's events in Charlottesville with a rally and a vigil
Chipotle Discloses Follow-Up Subpoena After Va. IllnessesChipotle says it received a follow-up subpoena requesting information tied to illnesses associated with a restaurant in Virginia this month.
PTL Links: July 13, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, Women Paying it Forward & Wexford Pond Tour, and Cakery Square! Click for more information about today's guests!
Market Square Coffeehouse Fire Started In Roaster, Ruled AccidentalA four-alarm fire at a Market Square business has been determined to be accidental.
NOLA Temporarily Closed After Fire At Adjacent BusinessThe restaurant NOLA in Market Square will be closed temporarily while crews clean up after a fire at the coffee shop next door.
Businesses Cleaning Up After Market Square FireBusinesses in Market Square are trying to clean up after Friday's fire, and the damage almost ruined a bride's wedding day on Saturday.
4-Alarm Fire Is Second This Year For Market Square CoffeehouseSmoke billowed from Nicholas Coffee for the second time this year as a stubborn fire broke out around noon Friday.
Cirque Du Soleil’s Giant Bugs Invade Market SquareThe lunch crowd at Market Square got a free preview of Cirque du Soleil's Ovo show coming soon to the Petersen Events Center.
Unusual Art Display Brings ‘60s Secretaries With Typewriters To PittsburghIf you walked through Market Square Friday evening, you probably noticed something unusual.
Report: National Lettuce Shortage Costing Consumers, Businesses A lettuce shortage is costing consumers in more ways than one.
No Arrests, Citations Downtown After St. Patrick's Day ParadeThe cold weather didn't keep people away from the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday, but the weather may have stopped people from sticking around to celebrate.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Goers Urged To Bundle Up For Cold TemperaturesThousands will pack the streets downtown Saturday morning for the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, but with temperatures possibly in the teens or 20s, the conditions could be dangerous for some.

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