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Wind Chill Advisory Issued With Bitter Cold Moving In For WeekendBitter cold is settling in, which has prompted some alerts around the area.
Community Activists Call For Further Investigation Into Shooting Of Police K-9 Stabbing SuspectThe Alliance for Police Accountability is calling for an investigation into a shooting that killed a suspect who fatally stabbed a police K-9 in Wilkinsburg.
Safety Risks Of Pittsburgh's Food Truck TrendFood trucks are chic, trendy and cheap. And they're rolling into Pittsburgh where millennials are enjoying sushi, Indian food, Middle Eastern cuisine, even mac and cheese.
Man Charged In Case Of Extremely Emaciated DogAn arrest has been made in the case of Effie, a 3-year old dog who was found extremely emaciated.
FBI Reviewing Pittsburgh Officer's Arrest Of Drunk ManThe FBI has begun reviewing a Pittsburgh police officer's arrest of an allegedly drunk man at a high school championship football game in November.
Ex-Sto-Rox H.S. Coach Charged For Allegedly Using Suggestive Language About TeenA former coach at Sto-Rox High School, who was suspended after allegations of inappropriate behavior towards a female student, has now been charged.
Bomb Squad Called To West Liberty K-5 For Suspicious DeviceThe Bomb Squad was called to West Liberty K-5 in Brookline for a suspicious item Thursday morning.
City Council May Extend ShotSpotter Contract In PittsburghCity Council may extend a contract to use technology that identifies gunshots and automatically notifies police in Pittsburgh's highest-crime areas.
KDKA Broadcaster Wayne Van Dine Passes Away At 77Legendary broadcaster Wayne Van Dine died Friday, at the age of 77, after a battle with cancer.
Officials Ask For Cooperation As Crews Try To Keep Roads ClearAs the looming snow storm grows closer to Pittsburgh, officials are asking that everyone does their part.
Men Charged With Beating Women During Rap Video ShootPolice say a combination of drugs, alcohol and guns led to a man being shot and women being assaulted in Freedom last week.
West Allegheny Superintendent: District Reaching Out To Families Upset By Anti-Bullying WorkshopParents in the West Allegheny School District are sharing their frustration over a recent "anti-bullying" workshop for students.

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