Memorial Day Closings
Tomorrow is Memorial Day KQV's Dave Riley has some of the closings in effect for the day of remembrance....
Beaver County Man Receives Sentencing
A Beaver County man has been sentenced to 12 to 30 years in the death of a man killed after a dispute a year ago.
More Controversy Surrounds Monday's Beyonce Concert
Over the weekend, the head of Pittsburgh's Police union said he will file a labor grievance against the city if on-duty officers are ordered to work tomorrow's Beyonce concert on...
Bloomfield Couple Names Released
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office has released the name of a husband and wife killed in an apparent murder-suicide in Bloomfield Saturday.
Body Found in Point State Park
Three New Jersey tourists made a disturbing discover while walking in Point State Park Saturday afternoon a body in the wooded area between the park's main lawn and the Allegheny River.
One Arrested in Brighton Height Burglary Bust
Just before noon Saturday, Pittsburgh Police responded to a call of a burglary in process in the 1600 block of Orchlee Street in Brighton Heights.
Couple Found Dead in Bloomfield Home
Pittsburgh police say a man and woman have been found dead in a Bloomfield home. The Allegheny County 911 call center received a call at about 1 p.m.
North Side Shooting Leaves Man in Critical Condition
Zone one police officers are investigating a shooting last night on the North Side.
Shots Fired Near Kennywood
Police are looking into reports that gunshots were fired near Kennywood Park last night.
Three Injured in Lincoln Lemington Shooting
Three people were taken to UPMC Presbyterian last night following a shooting in Lincoln -Lemington-Belamar. It happened in the 64-hundred block of Apple Avenue.
Allegheny County Police Name New Superintendent
Allegheny County will have a new police superintendent when July rolls around.
Wade Sentenced to Life in Prison After Jury Deadlocks
A judge has imposed a life sentence on an East Liberty man convicted of killing two sisters who were his next-door neighbors.
As the country pauses today in recognition of the only American holiday dedicated to the memory of those who died while serving in our military, offering dramatic graveside ceremonies and moments of silence. Unfortunately much of the country will simply carry on as usual. According to recent surveys, less than 5 percent of Americans plan to attend a parade, be part of a memorial service or visit gravesites on what was originally called Decoration Day for its tradition of putting flowers on graves of the fallen heroes.
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