Here’s a look at what you may have missed yesterday.
National Groups Weighing In On Controversial Gun Policy, Social Security Idea
The issue of gun control has been in the news since a Los Angeles Times article hit the stands more than a week ago.
Tom Brady 4-Game Suspension Upheld
The NFL has decided to uphold a four-game suspension against Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.
Android Phones Subject To Attack Via Text Pics
Nearly a billion people worldwide use an Android smartphone, and each phone is potentially vulnerable to an ugly virus that attaches through a text message containing a picture or video.
1 Suspect To Face Ethnic Intimidation Charges At Trial In Wood St. T Station Attack
Five men have been ordered to stand trial in connection with the beating of an African American man after the Kenny Chesney concert back in May, but not all were charged with directly causing it.
Southpointe Iceoplex Adds ‘Look-Up Line’ To Hockey Rink
Ice fog rises from the rink as the Iceoplex crew at Southpointe repaints the face-off circles and all those other lines that complete a hockey rink.
NFL Reduces Le’Veon Bell’s Suspension To 2 Games
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell’s suspension has been reduced from three games, to 2.
Penguins Trade Sutter To Canucks, Sign Eric Fehr To 3-Year Deal
The Pittsburgh Penguins continued to reshape their roster with a couple of moves Tuesday morning.
Man To Stand Trial For Having Sex With Minor & Making 3 Girls Drink Blood
A man accused of having sex with a minor and making three girls drink his blood appeared in court Monday.
Jonathan Ryan Davis, 21, of Vandergrift, waived a preliminary hearing and will stand trial.
Smog Component Spike Triggers Pittsburgh Air Quality Alert
The state has issued an air quality alert for the Pittsburgh area, saying clear, warm conditions will spike levels of a key smog component.
Pittsburgh Native Arrested, Accused Of Selling Pot Through Mail
Sarah DeHaro, 21, has been arrested for allegedly selling marijuana through the mail.
Former Cal U Football Player Suing School & California Borough For False Arrest
A former California University of Pennsylvania football player is suing the school and the borough for false arrest.
The lawsuit comes after charges were dropped against James Williamson in the attack on Lewis Campbell last fall.
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