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What if an Amber Alert had been issued for Nalani Johnson sooner? [Read More]
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Southbound Route 28 is still restricted in Harmar Township, after a landslide Tuesday closed one lane. The single-lane closure is between the Harmar (Exit 11)... [Read More]
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Greater Latrobe School Board has approved retroactive tax settlements for two commercial properties along Route 30 in Unity that will increase the district's tax revenue... [Read More]
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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, six months after disclosing it had paid millions of dollars to people sexually abused as... [Read More]
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Lydia DeFazio took the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference by storm last softball season. After her breakthrough year, Mt. Aloysius can't hide its secret weapon any... [Read More]
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A lawyer who led the child molestation investigation and prosecution of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky lost his law license for a... [Read More]
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Described as rich, earthy, and peppery, a "unicorn" whiskey from Ireland is now available with the hefty price tag of $40,000. The first bottles of... [Read More]
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General Motors Co. will receive a tax break to build a new electric battery cell factory in Ohio next to the site of a much... [Read More]
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Ever get jealous of kids building skyscrapers, forts, planes and cars from their colorful Lego sets? Wish you could still stack, snap and construct your... [Read More]
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has to pay more than $150,000 in legal fees for a man who won a lawsuit allowing him to put "IM... [Read More]
Burger King is breaking the mold in its new advertising campaign. The burger chain is portraying its Whopper covered in mold in print and TV... [Read More]
Iconic performer Marie Osmond is coming to Greensburg's Palace Theatre on July 10. "An Evening With Marie Osmond," beginning at 8 p.m., will feature her... [Read More]
A police officer's job is to protect and serve the public. [Read More]
A former Pennsylvania mail carrier says the U.S. Postal Service violated his rights by requiring him to work Sundays. Gerald Groff, who says he is... [Read More]
Pittsburgh might seem an unlikely epicenter for America's education on South African wines, but that doesn't faze Certified Sommelier and wine "translator" Adam Knoerzer. A... [Read More]
A 23-year-old Monessen man was arrested this week on charges of raping a girl after she was treated and interviewed at UPMC Children's Hospital of... [Read More]
Carmella Salem and Michael Alberter, co-owners of Carmella's Plates and Pints on East Carson Street, South Side, know how to beat winter's chill with a... [Read More]
The title of "Counterpressures," the 83rd installment of Carnegie Museum of Art's Forum series, is taken from a quotation in Pittsburgh environmentalist Rachel Carson's 1962... [Read More]
As part of a new program called "Tree Measuring," Ohiopyle State Park is seeking "citizen scientists" to help measure the park's trees. The Fayette County... [Read More]
The Westmoreland Historical Society will sponsor a bus trip from Greensburg to the Fort Pitt Museum, Fort Pitt Blockhouse and the Senator John Heinz History... [Read More]
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