1 Pleads, 1 Balks To Pennsylvania Heroin Overdose DeathsOne Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to supplying fentanyl-laced heroin that resulted in at least two overdose deaths, but his co-defendant balked at a scheduled plea and opted to stand trial instead.
UPMC, Family Agree To $1.35M Settlement In Mold DeathCourt records indicate that the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center will pay $1.35 million to the family of a woman who died during a mold outbreak.
Video Game Featuring Torture Of Prisoners Being Developed In PittsburghA group of Pittsburgh-based graduate students skilled in developing video games has designed a 3-D game that allows players acting as American soldiers to torture captured Iraqis.
City Of Pittsburgh Working To Eliminate Pesticide UsePittsburgh is joining only a handful of cities nationwide to stop using chemical pesticides -- except in very rare instances -- starting in the city parks.
Local Man Hopes To Start Massive Medical Marijuana Grow OperationA Hempfield Township man has high hopes for a 25,000 square foot facility.
Trapped Group Escapes Kentucky Cave Through Neck-Deep waterA group of college students trapped for hours by rising water in a Kentucky cave waded through neck-deep water to get out, authorities said Thursday.
Report: 1st U.S. Case Of Germ Is Resistant To Last Resort DrugOfficials are reporting the first U.S. human case of bacteria resistant to an antibiotic used as a last resort drug.
Woman Accused Of Severely Beating 92-Year-Old MotherA woman is accused of severely beating her 92-year-old mother and holding her against her will.
Local Restaurant So Confident Penguins Will Win, They’ll Bet Your Meal On ItHow confident is one Monroeville restaurant the Pittsburgh Penguins will win game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals? They’re willing to bet your meal on it.
Angie's List: Hiring Out For Yard WorkFor some people, yard work is a labor of love. But these days, it’s just as common to see a professional crew instead of your neighbor out mowing and clipping.
Health Insurers Seek More Big Increases In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania's insurance regulators are starting a review of health plans for coverage next year through the federal marketplaces.
Lower Burrell Teen Found Dead In Car Hours Before Her High School GraduationA 17-year-old girl was found dead in a car outside her home in Lower Burrel.

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