Multiple People Shot In Indiana County
Two Indiana University of Pennsylvania students are being treated for gunshot wounds and two people are in custody following two separate shooting incidents in Indiana County overnight.
Man Apprehended in Lawrence County Drug Bust
Big drug bust in New Castle. Police and the Lawrence County DA searched a home in the three hundred block of Locust Street.
Police Apprehend Suspected Burglar
Six arrest warrants were out for 28 year old Josh Petrilli of Bridgeville.
Shots Fired in Homewood Bar
No word on injuries but Homestead Police say a man in a parked car came under heavy gunfire it happened outside Pearl's Cafe along McClure Street.
One Injured in Highland Park Shooting
An argument in Highland Park leads to gunfire. It happened last night in the 8-hundred block of north Negley Avenue.
Graham Spanier Found Guilty
The former FBI director who conducted a report on Penn State's handling of The Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal says the conviction of a former president "completely confirms"...
Athletic Association Liquor License Pulled
You can't get an alcoholic beverage at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association in Oakland.
Pittsburgh Joins Immigration Day of Action
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Mayor Bill Peduto take a stand supporting immigrants and refugees.
Trump Warns Republicans They'll Pay a Price For Voting Against Health Care Overhaul
President Donald Trump visited Capitol Hill Tuesday in an effort to finalize support for the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Eleven Protesters Arrested at Allegheny County Jail
Pittsburgh Police are releasing more information about a protest that turned violent outside the Allegheny County Jail last night.
Brentwood Man in Custody After Police Shoot at His Car
A Brentwood man was arrested after state police shot out his windshield in Somerset County.
PSO Raises Funds For Wilkinsburg School Music Programs
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is returning to Wilkinsburg tonight for its 14th community engagement concert at the Wilkinsburg High School auditorium.
Pirate's third basemen Jung Ho Kang was reportedly denied a visa to enter the U.S. after his D.U.I. conviction. Kang arrested three times for DUI in South Korea, was given eight months in prison but the sentence was suspended if he stays out of trouble the next two years. The Pirates placed the 30 year old Kang on a restricted list expecting him to miss at least the start if not the whole 2017 regular season, but he will not be paid or count against the team's rosters.
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