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Several Fire Departments Called To 3-Alarm Fire At The Pleasant BarSeveral fire companies have been called to the Pleasant Bar on Old Clairton Road for a three-alarm fire.
Two People Transported To Hospital In Crash In BadenTwo people were taken to the hospital after a crash on Route 65 in Beaver County.
Community Celebrates Baldwin High School Hockey Team's State ChampionshipIt was a near-perfect season for the Baldwin Highlanders hockey team, capping off a 1-loss season with a state championship.
Colonel Raymond L. Hyland Takes Over Command Of 171st Air Refueling WingOn Thursday, Col. Raymond L. Hyland took command of the 171st Air Refueling Wing.
Mayor Bill Peduto Hints At Possible Fourth Of July Celebration In Downtown PittsburghWith nothing official yet, Mayor Peduto hinted at a possible Fourth of July celebration in downtown Pittsburgh.
SouthSide Works Hosting 'Music And Movies On The Mon'The vacant lot next to the Hyatt House Hotel in SouthSide Works will be the home of free movies and music this summer.
Man Accused Of Killing Woman In Homewood Pleads GuiltyA man that was arrested last year in New Jersey and charged with the shooting death of a woman in Homewood pled guilty on Thursday.
Businesses Hope Partial Closure Of Fort Duquesne Boulevard Will Breathe Life Back Into DowntownA portion of Fort Duquesne Boulevard will close to traffic for five months for recreational reasons.
NASA Rocket Launch Should Be Visible Along East Coast Saturday NightHey what’s that thing in the sky? A bird, a plane? Nope that’s a rocket!
Couple Arrested For Alleged Horrific Child Abuse After Kids Found Handcuffed In CarA couple was arrested after police say they found two children handcuffed in the back seat of a car.
11-Year-Old Boy Killed When Gun Handled By Another Child DischargesAn 11-year-old boy was shot and killed when a handgun being handled by another juvenile discharged.
Pennsylvania's Temperature Will Be Nearly 6 Degrees Higher By 2050, Climate Report SaysClimate change could pose a big problem for Pennsylvania in the next few decades.

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Thousands commemorate 5th anniversary of Superstorm SandyThousands gathered in Brooklyn to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, which killed at least 182 people. Protesters believe New York City is not prepared if another massive storm hits.
Remembering Charles KuraltFifty years ago Charles Kuralt set out "On The Road" to find news of a different stripe. Steve Hartman looks back at the man behind countless unforgettable stories, and talks with Izzy Bleckman, Kuralt's cameraman, who also drove the RV that brought cameras to parts of America that were rarely seen on TV.
Undertaking a new view of deathCorrespondent Luke Burbank meets an unusual mortician who wants you to re-think everything you think you know about death. Caitlin Doughty, author of the New York Times bestsellers "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and her latest, "From Here to Eternity," and who hosts "Ask a Mortician" on YouTube, is out to change the way people approach funerals and the process of saying goodbye to the dearly departed.
Almanac: The Salem witch trialsOn October 29th, 1692 the special court used to try suspected witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts was disbanded, after 20 people had been executed. Jane Pauley reports.
Nature: BatsWe leave you this Sunday Morning in the company of grey bats, in a cave near Park City, Kentucky. Videographer: Carl Mrozek. To read Mrozek's essay on filming bats click here.
10/28: CBS Evening NewsFirst charges in Russia investigation to be revealed Monday; Trucking industry faces serious driver shortage

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Central government in Madrid takes direct control of CataloniaOn Saturday, Spain took formal, direct control of Catalonia -- firing the separatist government -- after the Catalan legislature voted Friday to declare independence from Spain. Seth Doane has more from Barcelona, where protesters called for a Spain that includes Catalonia.
Unionists and separatists face off as Spain takes control of CataloniaDemonstrators are on the streets of Madrid Saturday in support of Spanish unity after the Spanish government took control of its autonomous Catalonia region. Spain's prime minister fired the region's separatist leaders and plans to further dissolve its parliament. The moves come after Catalan lawmakers passed a declaration of independence on Friday. Seth Doane reports.
How China is cracking down on poor English translationsIf you've ever traveled to a foreign country you may have noticed directional signs or menu items where the English translation isn't quite right. In China, these "lingusitic misfires," while amusing to some, have become something of a sore spot for the government, which wants to present a more sophisticated image to the rest of the world. Ben Tracy reports.
Government rolls out eight border wall prototypesThe first step in President Trump's plan to build a border wall with Mexico is taking place. Border Patrol agents will begin testing eight wall prototypes to see how easy they are to climb over or dig under, but there's no guarantee that any will be chosen, or that a wall will even be built. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Investigating what happened in NigerThe U.S has about 800 troops deployed in Niger, most of whom are training and supporting local forces battling Islamic militants. Deborah Patta reports.
Spain takes steps toward direct rule over CataloniaThere is new political chaos in Spain. The country's prime minister called on the government to approve direct rule over Catalonia Friday. The move follows the region's disputed vote for independence earlier this month. Seth Doane reports.