New App Developed In Pittsburgh Helping Doctors Hone SkillsLocal doctors are perfecting their skills with video games. It sounds odd, but studies show physicians can benefit from this alternate form of hands-on learning.
Fire Destroys House In Cecil Townshipire destroyed a house in Cecil Township, Washington County early Thursday morning.
Washington Co. 9-Year-Old Holds Toy Drive To Help Those Less FortunateA Washington County elementary school student is helping the Marines with their annual Toys for Tots campaign.
Baldwin HS Students Baking 180 Dozen Cookies For Senior CitizensStudents at Baldwin High School have been hard at work in the kitchen for the past couple of days getting ready for a cookie extravaganza.
Penguin Chicks To Hatch Soon At National Aviary, Web Cams Will Allow Public To Watch Them GrowThe African Penguins at the National Aviary are getting ready to host a birthday party, and everyone is invited.
Steelers: Shazier Remains Hospitalized, To Undergo Additional Testing In CincinnatiLinebacker Ryan Shazier remains at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he will undergo additional testing and evaluation before he returns to Pittsburgh, the Steelers say.
CMU Investing In Hazelwood Robot Research CenterCarnegie Mellon University is investing in a new center in Hazelwood. It will specialize in robotic technology, specifically, robots themselves.
Steelers Defense Finds ‘Picture Perfect’ Way To Celebrate Big PlaysThe 2017 Pittsburgh Steelers are measuring their dominance based on how many celebratory family photos they take after big plays.
Out-Of-Town Steelers Fans Excited For Thursday Night FootballAlong with plenty of Pittsburghers, there will be a lot of out-of-town fans at Heinz Field for tonight's big game.
Science Fiction No More: Cloning Now An Option For Pet OwnersThe cloning process has advanced to the point where veterinarians and scientists can clone your pets.
Man Accused Of Attacking 2 People At Public HearingAn attorney and a young mom are both recovering from a brutal attack at public housing hearing in Westmoreland County.
PPS Superintendent Promises Changes Following Assaults On TeachersDr. Anthony Hamlet visited Pittsburgh King Pre-K-8 Thursday morning. The visit came after two teachers were involved in run-ins with students in the past ten days.

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