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Pittsburgh police looking for missing young siblings

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh police are looking for two missing siblings. Siblings Rosie and Bayjai Germany were last seen at their home in Hazelwood, police said Friday.Rosie, 11, is 4-foot-6 with black hair and brown eyes. Bayjai, 13, is 5-foot-4 with black hair and brown eyes.Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 412-323-7141.
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Police seize guns, drugs, and cash after shots were fired at a home in Homewood

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Pittsburgh Police arrested one person on a list of charges after they responded to a shot-spotter alert. The arrest was made after the response to the shot-spotter alert near the intersection of Monticello Street and Brushton Avenue in Homewood, near Westinghouse Academy.Police were investigating a home on Monticello Street that was hit by gunfire. Inside, officers found several illegal drugs and ammunition inside the home. After getting a search warrant, police confiscated crack cocaine, more than $400 in cash, and an AR-15 rifle, and several magazines. A 24-year-old woman was arrested and police are continuing their investigation.

One Person Dies In Tractor Trailer Crash On Rt. 19

One person died in a crash involving a tractor trailer yesterday afternoon on Route 19 in Slippery Rock Township. The two vehicle accident happened just north of the intersection with Route 422 just after 3 p.m. Details on the crash are still unclear, but a car and tractor trailer collided,...

Pittsburgh Weather: Severe weather possible on Thursday

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - There's a chance for severe weather today with large hail probably the most concerning potential impact for our area throughout the day. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Closings & Delays | Submit Your Weather PhotosIf you go over to the storm prediction center they have an equal chance for strong straight-line wind along with hail. Each individual storm cell with have the potential for strong gusty winds on its leading edge, but we are not expecting to see a line of destructive winds. The threat of hail arrives as early as noon with cingular cells moving...

Sewickley man charged in Pittsburgh teen's homicide

A Sewickley man is charged in connection with the killing of a teenage boy this month in Pittsburgh, according to police, who said the man sent video of the teen’s last moments to at least one other person. In addition to homicide, Joseph Koller, 20, faces charges of aggravated...

Colorado company and local stores embrace gear buyback programs

If it ain't broke, sell it. That's the new mantra in the sporting and outdoor industry, where used-gear sales are going mainstream.Driving the news: Mega-retailer Dicks' Sporting Goods recently launched a gear-buyback program at stores locally in Lakewood and beyond in Pittsburgh.Dick's will purchase goods from tents to fleece jackets, offering cash on the spot, as part of a pilot program with Denver-based Out&Back Outdoors, an online platform for gear buying and selling.Why it matters: The pre-owned gear market is expected to reach $75 billion by 2025, according to Outside Business Journal.The reuse is environmentally minded and lowers the price point for newcomers to often-expensive pursuits.Of note: The Dick's program is just the latest for the local market.REI — with its flagship shop in Denver — offers gift cards for its members' trade-in gear through its Re/Supply initiative.Feral on Tennyson in the Sunnyside neighborhood also is taking pre-owned gear, offering cash and gift cards.What they're saying: "It lowers the barrier to entry to getting outside, and we see our trade-in offering as a way [for customers] to stay engaged with REI," Ken Voeller, the retailer's director of circular commerce and new business development, told the Journal.

Police Searching For Man Passing Counterfeit Bills

State police in Butler are searching for a man who allegedly has been passing counterfeit bills at local businesses. Police say the man has been suspected of passing the fake money at different businesses, but specifically appears to be targeting Dollar General stores. He’s described as a white male, with...

NHL Rumors: Five Teams That Should Sign Evgeni Malkin

The Pittsburgh Penguins might not be able to re-sign Evgeni Malkin. Today let’s go over a few teams that should sign him. The Pittsburgh Penguins and Evgeni Malkin have been a match made in heaven since the team drafted him second overall in 2004. Malkin won three championships with the Penguins and the Calder trophy in 2007.

20-year-old arrested in connection to killing in Allentown

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - A suspect is in custody in connection to a May 9 homicide in Allentown. 20-year-old Joseph Koller of Sewickley turned himself in to police on Wednesday. He is now facing multiple charges, including criminal homicide, aggravated assault, recklessly endangering another person, and hindering apprehension. A 17-year-old was killed and two others were injured in that shooting on May 9 on E. Warrington Avenue. Police told KDKA on that day that nearly 30 rounds were fired outside of the Dollar General.