A South Side man has finally been reunited with his French Bulldog, Pudge, that disappeared from his front yard two weeks ago with his other dog, Mojo.
First responders pulled a man out of the river near Station Square on the South Side Friday evening.
It’s a big headache for some people living in Pittsburgh’s South Side neighborhood.
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One of three men acquitted last month of charges that they tried to carjack Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams has sued the player, saying Adams lied when he claimed the man had a gun and threatened him.
A South Side bar owner says he may lose his business over flood damage he blames on the on Pittsburgh’s Water and Sewer Authority.
It was on Friday, May 2 when Danny Schwartz says he let his two French bulldogs, Mojo and Pudge, out in the backyard of his South Side Slopes duplex.
After all that’s been said about the handling of the stabbing case involving Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Mike Adams, presiding Judge Anthony Mariani had the last word, for this week at least.
After nearly 11 months in jail and a full day after a jury acquitted him of aggravated assault and carjacking charges, Michael Paranay walked out of the Allegheny County Jail a free man.
Attorney Fred Rabner represented co-defendant Dquay Means in the Mike Adams stabbing case. He joined The Fan Morning Show to explain his case against Adams.
The jury has found the three men accused of stabbing and assaulting Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams last year on Pittsburgh’s South Side not guilty.
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The defense has rested without calling any of the three defendants accused in last year’s stabbing of Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman, Mike Adams, to testify.
The prosecution is expected to rest its case by mid-day in the trial for three men accused of stabbing Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive tackle, Mike Adams.
Lawyers for the three men charged in the stabbing of Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive tackle, Mike Adams, continued to try to discredit his story about last summer’s attack as the trial continued Thursday.