Amazon Expanding In Pittsburgh, Will Double Number Of JobsAmazon announced that it is more than doubling the company's current tech workforce in the Steel City.
City Crews Plan Pothole Blitz Before Rain Returns WednesdayThe Department of Public Works plans to work around the clock for the next day and a half to patch as many potholes as they can before rain returns.
Landslide Forces Partial Closure Of McArdle RoadwayA landslide has forced closed a section of McArdle Roadway in Mount Washington.
Best Ways To Celebrate Black History Month In PittsburghAs a city rich in African American culture, you'll find a variety of activities and events designed around Black History Month, ranging from cultural art events to entertainment.
Bishop Zubik: Valentine's Day Can Be Celebrated Along With Ash WednesdayFor the first time since 1945, Valentine’s Day falls on Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent and a day of fasting for Catholics.
Gov. Wolf Lifts Act 47 'Distressed City' Status From PittsburghWith signatures from Gov. Tom Wolf and Community & Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin, Pittsburgh is no longer an Act 47 distressed city.
Undies-Wearing Runners Raise More Than $140K For Medical ResearchCrowds of people clad only in their underwear could be seen running through North Shore streets Saturday to raise money for a good cause.
Allegheny County Resident With Measles May Have Exposed OthersThe Allegheny County Health Department says someone in the county has been diagnosed with measles and may have exposed others.
Report: Pitt Students Flood Forbes Avenue After Eagles' Super Bowl WinPittsburghers may not have been happy about the Super Bowl matchup this year, but Pitt students were still very enthusiastic about the Philadelphia Eagles' victory.
Tractor-Trailer Overturns On Fort Pitt BridgeA tractor-trailer overturned Saturday morning on the outbound ramp of the Fort Pitt Bridge as it approached the Fort Duquesne Bridge.
Group Seeking Investors In Hopes Of Bringing NBA Team To Pittsburgh A man from Florida wants to bring an NBA team to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Man Pleads No Contest To Animal Cruelty In Feral Cat DeathsA Pittsburgh man has pleaded no contest to animal cruelty in the deaths of feral cats authorities say ate poisonous mothballs he left in his yard.

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