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Bethel Park High School QB Who Beat Stage Four Cancer Returns To FieldEven at a young age, it was apparent Anthony Chiccitt's life would revolve around athletics.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Awareness Can Help Break The CycleOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
'I'm Just Telling The Truth': McKees Rocks Mayor Defends Calling Residents "Pigs"A resident said the McKees Rocks mayor called residents "pigs" during and after a borough council meeting.
PennDOT: Fort Duquesne Bridge Closes For Sign ReplacementAfter sitting and waiting for almost a year a new look is coming to the Fort Duquesne Bridge.
Pittsburgh International Airport To Build Mini Power Plant Dependent On Natural Gas And Solar EnergyThe Pittsburgh International Airport is on the way to becoming an energy-sufficient airport.
State Police: 3-Vehicle Crash With Serious Injuries Closes Road In Indiana Co.First responders are on the scene of a three-vehicle crash with serious injuries in Indiana County.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Urges People To Avoid Downtown During President Trump's VisitPresident Trump's visit to Pittsburgh is expected to create a problem for downtown rush hour traffic next Wednesday.
Public Works Crew Demolish Ross Township House Damaged By LandslideLittle by little, a house on Reis Run Road in Ross Township was being torn down Friday morning.
Police: Body Of Dead Baby Found In Dormitory At Ohio CollegePolice say the body of a baby was found in a dormitory bathroom at a college in Ohio.
Pittsburgh URA Secures Preliminary Approval, First Phase Of Hill District RedevelopmentThe Pittsburgh Urban Redevelopment Authority approved the first phase of the recent redevelopment plans.
Kindergartner With Brain Tumor Deliver Toys, Check With Classmates To Children's HospitalSome local Penn-Trafford School District students donated more than 1,000 toys and more than $2,000 to Children's Hospital.
Pittsburgh CAPA Will Hold Modified Lockdown When Pres. Donald Trump Visits PittsburghPittsburgh CAPA will operate on a half-day schedule with a modified lockdown when President Donald Trump visits Pittsburgh.


'The 10 Percent Club': Researchers Try To Determine Why Some Pancreatic Cancer Patients Outlive The OddsSix years ago, Kathy Miller had severe pain in her back. She thought it was her gallbladder.
Pa. Supreme Court Hears Arguments On Case Claiming Pesticide Chemicals Caused Man's LeukemiaThe state Supreme Court heard oral arguments from both sides Wednesday at the City-County Building in downtown Pittsburgh on whether some common pesticides caused a local man to die from cancer.
‘Rage Yoga’ Releases 'Negative Energy' With Alcohol, Profanity And Obscene GesturesAn alternative twist the usually deep breathing meditation and soothing poses of traditional yoga is becoming all the rage in Kansas City.
Health Officials Warning Pa. Residents Of Measles Exposure At Philadelphia International AirportAnyone who visited the Philadelphia International Airport last week may have been exposed to the measles, health officials announced Friday.
Grilling The Experts On Plant-Based Meats: Are They Really Healthier?From sit-down restaurants to fast-food chains, even some convenience stores, a lot of places are now selling meatless burgers.
New Cancer Vaccine Shows Shows Early Promise In Human Clinical TrialsDoctors say a new vaccine undergoing clinical trials at the Mayo Clinic has effectively removed cancer cells, providing new hope for cancer survivors. Lee Mercker was the first to participate in the clinical trial. In March, she was shocked to learn she had breast cancer.

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Kurdish children may be victims of possible chemical attack in SyriaFighting in Syria continued, despite a ceasefire deal maded between the U.S. and Turkey. Meanwhile, Kurdish children may be victims of a possible chemical attack. Charlie D'Agata reports from Iraq.
Hillary Clinton calls Tulsi Gabbard a "favorite of the Russians"The last Democratic presidential nominee made an extraordinary accusation about one of the current candidates. Hillary Clinton suggested Russians are "grooming" Tulsi Gabbard to be a third party candidate. Nancy Cordes explains.
Mexico defends releasing son of "El Chapo" during gun battleAt least eight people were killed in the chaos
Perry says he never heard the Bidens mentioned in relation to UkraineThe energy secretary also said that his impending departure from the administration had been planned for months and is not related to Ukraine
NBA's relationship with China frayed over Hong Kong protestsNBA commissioner Adam Silver says China asked the league to fire Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, following Morey's tweet supporting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The situation has escalated after comments from high-profile players and coaches, including LeBron James. New York Times reporter Sopan Deb joined CBSN to discuss the latest on the NBA's rift with China.
Fighting persists after Turkey agrees to "pause" its Syria onslaughtThere are concerns the short ceasefire announced by Pence hands Turkey exactly what it wants, as claims surface of Turkish forces using chemical weapons