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Peduto: City's Lawsuit Against ICA to Continue

The Peduto Administration's lawsuit against the state-appointed Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority will remain in place despite recent developments.
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Hometown Heroes Honored With South Oakland Sign

A trio of hometown heroes are celebrated in the South Oakland section of the city.
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Wrongful Arrest Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Armstrong County Man

An ACLU lawsuit has been filed against police in Ford City for the false arrest of a man who recorded an encounter with officers.
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Elected Officials Call on PUC to Reconsider Uber Fine

Local and state elected leaders are urging the Pennsylvania Utility Commission to reconsider and roll back its unprecedented fine against the Uber ride-sharing company.
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Annual Pittsburgh Day of Giving

It's your day to provide funding for some of your favorite Pittsburgh-area non-profits.
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Sewer Line Turns Into Geyser on 10th Street Bypass

Problems this morning for motorists using Fort Duquesne Boulevard and the 10th Street pass due to a blown manhole cover.
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New, Non-Medicinal Cure Recommended for Insomnia

The American College of Physicians says in a new report that Cognitive Behavioral Therapy should be your first choice to treat chronic insomnia, not medications.
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Primary Day in Indiana

Indiana voters who haven't already cast their ballots have one more chance to do so today.
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Interim ICA Director Gets to Work

Getting the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, better known as the ICA, back on track is the goal of the new interim director of the state-appointed financial oversight board.
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Public Education Advocates Rally for More Funding

The disparity in funding for public education is among the worst in the nation and advocates looking to close the gap rallied in Harrisburg Monday.
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Trial Underway in Slaying of East Liberty Sisters

Prosecutors say a Pittsburgh man was seen on surveillance video using bank cards taken from two East Liberty sisters he's accused of robbing and killing more than two years ago.
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City Controller: Pittsburgh in Relatively Good Financial Health

Pittsburgh's annual fiscal report card shows that the city is on a positive track for financial stability but problems remain according to the city controller.
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Opinion Poll

KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll
Do you believe Mr. Wilmore's use of the "N" word in reference to the president was racially insensitive or no big deal? <More Info>

Racially Insensitive
No Big Deal
Racially Insensitive
93%
No Big Deal
7%
Total Votes: 75

Yesterday's Poll

KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll
Do you agree with Warren Buffet that the U.S. economy is headed in the right direction and not any one single president will change that?

Yes
55%
No
45%
Total Votes: 11,633