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More than 54 million to travel more than 50 miles to celebrate Thanksgiving

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Weather and gasoline prices are cooperating as traveling for Thanksgiving is expected to reach its highest level since 2005.

Two planned Western Pa. mini-casinos will provide hundreds of jobs

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State gaming board hearings are coming in early December for projects in Beaver and Westmoreland counties.

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Fire chief says sprinklers helped keep Hill District high-rise fire contained

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"I understand it's going to cost; I get that," fire Chief Darryl Jones said. "But I believe the benefits outweigh the costs."

Feds: Johnstown addiction clinic office staff wrote Suboxone prescriptions — even the cleaning lady

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Dr. Ruth Jones pleaded guilty in federal court in Pittsburgh to illegally doling out thousands of doses for cash at SKS Associates.

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Washington County businessman, already a felon, admits to $250K tax fraud scheme

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George Retos will be sentenced in March for conspiring to defraud the IRS over more than $250,000 in unpaid taxes for Prime Plastics.

Couple killed in crash driving to their wedding in Pittsburgh

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Family and friends are mourning the deaths of Joseph Kearney of Pittsburgh and his fiance Kathryn Schurtz. Both were living in New Jersey.

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How U.S. immigration policies are affecting one of Pittsburgh's busiest restaurants

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Everyday Noodles in Squirrel Hill highlights some of the challenges facing foreign-born workers.

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Twenty-Five Club luncheon held at the Duquesne Club

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Twenty-Five Club’s Preemie’s Purse luncheon raised more than $50,000 Thursday.

Walkabout: Seedlings and babies, growing up together

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New nonprofit Plant Five for Life connects trees to families with newborns to emphasize role trees play in public health.

Planning to travel on Thanksgiving Day? Good news.

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A quick look at what’s in store this week.

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'I was angry most of the time we were there.' Sister of slain Pittsburgh federal witness reflects on killer's trial

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Tamara Crawford said she did not realize the extent of her sister Tina Crawford’s drug running for convicted killer Price Montgomery.

A tale of two states on clergy abuse prosecutions

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Kentucky has no statute of limitations, whereas the time limit was relatively short in Pennsylvania through the end of the 20th century.

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Paying more for bikes, water pumps, nails and screws: Tariffs pinch products passing through Pittsburgh

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It remains to be seen how or when consumers will feel the price changes caused by tariffs imposed on imported and foreign-made products.

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National briefs: Trump pondering Kelly’s status, 3-5 Cabinet changes

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Plus: Obama makes surprise stop at Michelle’s book tour; 2 Pennsylvania students among latest Rhodes scholars; and more.

World briefs: Macron and Merkel seek common approaches to Trump, euro

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Plus: Rallies follow the Indian top court’s ruling that women can enter a major temple; scattered tax protests persist in France; and more.

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Man arrested in stabbing of Lawrenceville woman

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The woman was hospitalized in serious but stable condition.

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