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Muddy mess closes a popular Pittsburgh swimming pool

PITTSBURGH — It wasn’t COVID-19 or a staffing shortage that forced the latest closure of one of Pittsburgh’s most popular swimming spots. Sunday’s powerful storms caused a huge mudslide at the Schenley Park Pool. Madeline Bain was among those who showed up Monday and were turned away. “I was so...
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Western Pennsylvania well-represented at Sunnehanna Amateur

It’s great when talented, young golfers get the opportunity to play in one of the great amateur events in history. What makes that experience even better is when that event is held at a championship club that’s virtually in their backyard. Such is the case for three of Western Pennsylvania’s...
Pittsburgh, PAaudacy.com

Over 4,600 Duquesne Light customers experiencing power outage

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 100.1 FM and AM 1020) – Duquesne Light announced that they are working on a power outage that is impacting over 4,600 customers. The majority of the outages are occurring in McKeesport, McCandless, Brookline, Hill District, Oakland, Point Breeze, Squirrel Hill, Pine Township, Ross, Shaler, and West View. For the full list, click here.
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Another chance for rain, isolated storms on Tuesday

PITTSBURGH — Another disturbance of storms will pass on Tuesday but not expecting a severe threat, just a few showers and possibly an isolated thunderstorm. Cooler and less humid by mid-week with another chance for rain Friday night into early Saturday morning. Tonight: Rain ending, partly cloudy Low: 58. Tuesday:...
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Penn lifts nearly all indoor mask-wearing requirements for vaccinated individuals

Penn community members who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are no longer required to wear a mask on campus in nearly all circumstances. The policy took effect on June 11, in accordance with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health's updated guidance on mask wearing for vaccinated citizens. Vaccinated community members must continue to wear masks indoors only if they live with someone in quarantine or isolation, are with children under the age of 12, are using public transportation, or are in a health care setting.

DISGUSTING: Fauci-Celebrated Agency Experiments With ABORTED FETAL SKIN On Mice!!

In an almost-satanic turn of events, it has been revealed that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, which the supposedly infallible Dr. Fauci enthusiastically runs, has directed over $400,000 towards funding a string of experiments that saw fit to transplant FETAL SKIN unto mice to supposedly study how prone the human skin is to developing infections.
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Penn State Blue Band announces 2021-22 drum major

The Penn State Blue Band announced junior Ryan Frist as its 2021-22 drum major on June 9, via its Instagram account. Frist will be a third-year member of the Blue Band. His primary instrument is the trumpet, which he spent his first two years of Blue Band playing, according to a Blue Band spokesperson.
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3 dead after car crashes into plasma clinic in Pittsburgh: Officials

Three people were killed after a car crashed into a building in Pittsburgh on Saturday, the city’s public safety department said. The building — a plasma clinic — caught on fire, and the two-alarm blaze has since been extinguished, according to officials. The three people were found dead after the fire was extinguished.