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Man shot, killed in Duquesne Saturday afternoon

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Two men were seen fleeing the area.

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Riikola, Cullen steal show in Penguins’ first preseason win

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Six different players scored, as the Penguins picked up their first win of the preseason, 7-3, over the Columbus Blue Jackets Saturday.

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Down two starters, the Steelers will test their depth along the offensive line in Tampa Bay

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Marcus Gilbert and David DeCastro are doubtful for Monday night so Matt Feiler and B.J. Finney are waiting in the wings.

Pitt falls at North Carolina, 38-35

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As the Panthers labored away Saturday afternoon at sunny Kenan Stadium, it became increasingly clear that Pitt would not go south and come away with a 2-0 record in ACC play.

Pittsburgh tech firm expected to add Cambria site for regional project

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SDLC Partners is looking for Java software developers for its proposed Cambria County location through an ad on Monster.com.

Lawyers for Kavanaugh accuser say she has accepted Senate committee's request to testify

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Sen. Charles Grassley, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, will decide whether to grant Christine Blasey Ford extra time or move ahead with a committee vote on Judge Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination scheduled for Monday.

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The Steelers are challenging Artie Burns — or maybe they're going to bench him

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Steelers cornerback Artie Burns said he doesn’t know if he will start Monday night when the Steelers play Tampa Bay.

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Judge expected to sentence Bill Cosby Monday or Tuesday

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Decision is the first time since the #MeToo movement began that a celebrity faces prison in a sex-assault case.

Latrobe High School lineman Trent Holler picks East Carolina

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Senior center turns down scholarship offers from Pitt and West Virginia

Peduto budget proposals would keep taxes level, put more money into repaving

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Under proposals announced Friday, Pittsburgh’s operating expenses would climb about $12 million in 2019 to $586.1 million.

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Johnstown police officer resigns amid investigation

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Daniel Fisher Jr., 44, of Johnstown, has resigned from the police department as he faces charges of hindering apprehension and obstruction.

Another rabid raccoon found in Morningside-Stanton Heights area

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The Allegheny County Health Department warns residents that more animals found with rabies.

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Bishop Zubik to lead service on repentance Sunday in Oakland

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Service at 3 p.m. planned to express sorrow for harm done by Catholic priests in child sexual abuse cases.

Power being restored after overnight outages, Duquesne Light says

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Storms cause outages through Duquesne Light service area.

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