Car Crashed Into Hardware Store
The Trib reports that an Elizabeth Township hardware store owner is cleaning up this afternoon after somebody crashed into his store front.
Washington Boulevard Reopened
Washington Boulevard was is open again after being shut down for a time this morning while crews from the Pittsburgh Public Works Department cleaned up debris from flooding caused by...
Medical Examiner Identifies Unknown Body
The County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the body of a man found in a wooded area of Stowe Township. They say he's 32 year old Nathaniel Humphrey of McKeesport.
Pittsburgh to Host Annual Labor Day Parade
They're predicting that close to 60-thousand people will descend on downtown Pittsburgh tomorrow for the annual Labor Day parade.
New Bus Routes Start Today
Good news for Port Authority users, PAT will be running additional buses on its more crowded routes.
Authorities to Beef Up DUI Enforcement on Holiday Weekend
Penndot says state and municipal police will be working to reduce the number of alcohol and drug related accidents this holiday weekend.
Pirates Warn Fans to Plan for Major Traffic
There will be traffic of epic proportions on the North Side tomorrow as the result of games scheduled for the Pirates and Pitt Panthers, KQV's Earl Bugaile has more ...
Children's Hospital to Study Acute Brain Injuries
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh has received a grant to begin a study on acute brain injuries to children at the hospital.
Fire Destroys West Mifflin Home
A major fire Friday morning in a residential area of West Mifflin.
City, Allegheny County Announce Labor Day Closings
Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials are reminding residents that all government offices will be closed on Monday in observance of Labor Day.
Health Secretary: Medicaid Reform Plan Not an Expansion
It's being hailed as an historic agreement by the Corbett administration as the federal government has given its conditional approval to a state-specific plan to reform Medicaid.
White House: Pentagon Still Developing Military Options to Combat ISIS
The White House is pushing back against criticism over its admitted lack of a long-term strategy for dealing with ISIS.
As tensions remain high with Russia and much of the Middle East, more voters than ever believe the United States is not putting enough money into national security. According to Rasmussen Reports national Survey, 43-percent of likely U.S. voters think the United States does not spend enough on the military and national security. While 23-percent think the U.S spends too much and 30-percent say defense spending is about right.
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