Wilkinsburg Moving Forward On Giving Itself A FaceliftThe Director of Code Enforcement in Wilkinsburg says about 25 vacant houses and other blighted buildings have been demolished as part of a long-term redevelopment plan going forward in the town.
More Training Vowed After Firefighters Forced To Jump Out Of WindowPittsburgh officials say more training is planned after a review of a Wilkinsburg fire last year in which 5 firefighters were hurt.
Man Paralyzed In Wilkinsburg Massacre Determined To Walk AgainIt's been one year since the massacre in Wilkinsburg where five people and an unborn child were killed.
'Still Seems Surreal': Wilkinsburg Mass Shooting Remembered One Year LaterFor those who witnessed the Wilkinsburg mass shooting, the mental scar is far from healed.
Man Dies After Hitting Police Cruiser, Crashing TruckA man hit a police cruiser before he fatally crashed his pickup truck in East Hills on Saturday night.
Police: Men Kidnap Woman, Order Her To Perform Sex ActsTwo men are charged with kidnapping a woman in Penn Hills.
Police: Man Sought For Exposing Self To Kids In WilkinsburgWilkinsburg Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a man who allegedly exposed himself to children.
Giant Anti-Trump Sign Bound For Museum Stolen From YardWilkinsburg Police are asking for help tracking down the person who stole a large anti-Donald Trump sign.
Man Crashes Into Hydrant During Police Pursuit, Flees SceneA man who was being pursued by police crashed into a fire hydrant and a pole then abandoned his vehicle in Wilkinsburg on Thursday night.
Gov. Wolf: Pa. Taking Lead In Confronting Opioid EpidemicGov. Tom Wolf, speaking at a legislative reception Thursday night in Pittsburgh, said Pennsylvania has taken the lead in confronting the heroin-opioid epidemic and recognizing the problem as a disease.
Neighbors Frustrated As Street On Wilkinsburg, Homewood Border Becomes Dumping GroundNeighbors living near the border of Wilkinsburg and Homewood say they are tired of people using a street there as their dumping ground.
Homicide Rates Decrease Locally, But Some Communities Struggling With ViolenceUnlike other parts of the country, homicides in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County actually decreased in 2016. However, some local communities are struggling more with gun violence than others.

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