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Pa. Attorney General Accuses Texas Company In Pa. Low-Income Home Sales ScamPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is accusing a Texas company of defrauding at least 70 western Pennsylvanians.
Walmart Hosting Wellness Day For Vaccinations Ahead Of Back-To-SchoolWith school start-up just around the corner, many parents are thinking of those required immunizations for their kids.
Victim Of Alleged Hate Crime: 'I Can't Understand It'A Pittsburgh-area man says he was attacked and beaten at a bar because of the color of his skin. Six people are facing charges.
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Wagner Calls Teen 'Naive' After Climate Change QuestionVideos circulating on social media show Republican nominee for Pennsylvania governor Scott Wagner telling a teenager that she's young and naive after asking about climate change.
Just Ducky Tours Owner Addresses Concerns After Missouri Duck Boat TragedyIn Pittsburgh, the duck boat tragedy in Missouri was on the minds of passengers at Just Ducky Tours in Station Square.
Attorney: McCoy's Ex-Girlfriend 'Very Much Afraid' After AttackThe former girlfriend of NFL star LeSean McCoy says she is convinced he was involved in her assault.
Mother Says Butler Area Rural Transit Is Responsible For Daughter's Injuries After Wheelchair FellA Butler County woman says a local transit company is responsible for her daughter's injuries.
Like A 'Violent Ballet': Roller Derby Making A ComebackRoller derby is an aggressive, physical sport with ties to the early 1900s, and it's making a comeback.
Furry Tails: K9 Nico Retires From Allegheny Co. Sheriff’s OfficeA very good boy is about to get some well-deserved rest and relaxation.
Police: Body Found In Burned Vehicle Matching Description Of Missing Woman's CarA vehicle matching the description of one belonging to a missing Fayette County woman has been found burned with a body inside.
Police Resume Search At Cemetery For Missing Latrobe WomanPolice have resumed a search of a cemetery in Westmoreland County for woman who has been missing since April.
2 Charged With Stealing $8M In Rare Books, More From Carnegie LibraryA former Carnegie Library employee and a bookstore owner are accused of stealing $8 million in rare books, illustrations and more from the Carnegie Library over a 20-year period.