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Temple University to Make Standardized Test Scores Optional

In effort to attract talented students who don't test well, Temple University says it will make standardized test scores optional for admission.
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Advertised Pre-Tax Airfares

The US House of Representatives have approved a measure that allows airlines to advertise their pre-tax prices.
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Holy Family Institute Public Meeting on Sheltering Unaccompanied Minors Scheduled For Tonight

Sister Linda Yankoski of Holy Family Institute and members of the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese will provide a brief informational presentation at 7 pm tonight, July 29, 2014 at Sacred...
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EPA Public Hearing Thurs and Friday

The US Environmental Protection Agency will be holding two days of public hearings focusing on the EPA's Clean Power Plan proposal, which aims to cut carbon pollution from existing...
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New Highway in Transportation Improvement Program

Officials say a four year, $4.7 billion plan to build or rehab the region's ailing transportation infrastructure would represent a 52 percent spending increase over the last plan,...
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Flight 17 Data Recorders Reveal More Information

The flight data recorder from the Malaysia Airlines jet is revealing more about what happened.
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Brentwood to Look at Outsourcing EMS

Brentwood Borough Council, in effort to cut costs, will explore a proposal to outsource emergency services.
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McCandless Council Approves Wal-Mart Store

McCandless council decided last night to move ahead with the proposal to build a Wal-Mart in that township.
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Pittsburgh Hosting EPA Hearing on Proposed Carbon Pollution Limits

Pittsburgh is one of four cities where the Environmental Protection Agency is holding hearings this week on plans to limit carbon emissions from power plants.
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Annual Pittsburgh Crime Report Released

There were more homicides and rapes in the City of Pittsburgh last year compared to the year before, but according to the annual police report, crime overall decreased here.
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Hearing Dates Set for Ride-Sharing Licenses

The state Public Utility Commission has set separate two-day hearings next month to consider permanent licenses for ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft.
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Small Business Owners Discuss Their Unique Challenges

A coalition of local small business owners bend the ear of City Councilman Dan Gilman about their unique set of challenges.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll
Do you feel more or less safe in the city of Pittsburgh now than you did a year ago? <More Info>

More Safe:
Less Safe:
No Change:
No Change:
67%
Less Safe:
21%
More Safe:
12%
Total Votes: 5,778