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Woman says she was robbed at Carrick ATM; 2nd robbery at shopping center in a week
A woman was at an ATM in Pittsburgh’s Carrick neighborhood Monday morning when she says three people got out of a car and demanded she hand over her cash.
Oakland community calls for changes after woman hit, killed by shuttle bus
Attendees said the Point Park graduate and UPMC employee was compassionate, smart and an animal lover.
Trial continues for 3 people charged in 2022 New Kensington homicide
The trial for three people charged in connection to a July 2022 homicide in New Kensington continued Wednesday in Westmoreland County.
Popular food chain opens another location in Pennsylvania
A fast-growing food chain recently opened another new location in Pennsylvania this week. Read on to learn more. On Tuesday, December 5, 2023, the growing food chain Raising Cane's celebrated the grand opening of its newest Pennsylvania location in North Versailles, according to an opening event announcement posted on the business's Facebook page.
A year later, still no resolution in online theft of nearly $140,000 from Tarentum
Few answers have turned up in the year since Tarentum was robbed of nearly $140,000 in an online phishing scam. The investigation by the borough’s insurance carrier is ongoing. Officers determined the person or group responsible for the crime netted a total of between $800,000 and $900,000 from many...
Ex-con headed to Allegheny County court in fatal Stowe Township shooting
A jitney-driving ex-con who said he was looking to buy drugs is headed to Allegheny County court next month in connection with the fatal Nov. 22 shooting of a Stowe Township man, authorities said. Allegheny County Police had charged Arrmon Hagans, 43, of Wilkinsburg, with criminal homicide; three counts each...
Man shot by Attorney General agents after fight at Pittsburgh Greyhound station, police say
Two people were taken to the hospital after a shooting at the downtown Pittsburgh Greyhound station.
Pittsburgh-area man charged with forging petition signatures
A Pittsburgh-area man is charged with forging signatures on nomination petitions to get his client on the ballot for the 2022 Democratic primary race in Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District.
Man, woman accused of selling parking spaces in lot they didn’t own on North Shore
It happened before Sunday’s Steelers game against the Arizona Cardinals.
These new kensington, PA based Cats are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around new kensington..
Pittsburgh police searching for missing, at-risk 14-year-old boy
Sh’Kia Ross, 14, was last seen downtown on Wednesday in the 1400 block of Forbes Avenue.
Inmates in Allegheny County Jail to receive new uniforms, pay for work
A budget surpassing $1 billion was approved Tuesday by Allegheny County Council, and not all are in favor of funds now set to benefit inmates within the county’s jail.
Pittsburgh-area senior high-rise reopens 2 years after deadly fire
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Two years after a devastating and deadly fire, a Washington County senior high-rise reopened on Wednesday with new fire prevention measures. For those who live and work at the Thomas Campbell Apartments, Wednesday's ribbon cutting symbolized how the building and spirit of its residents have risen from the ashes, but it's not been easy. On, Dec. 23, 2021, the building caught fire, destroying or damaging 30 units. It took a human toll as well."Unfortunately, we did have a fatality, Frances Venen," said Arthur Keys with the board of directors. To keep another tragedy from happening, the building's...
Meet Spirit: Allegheny County police officer takes in, cares for stray cat found at airport
The Allegheny County Police Department shared a heartwarming story of one of its officers stepping up and caring for a stray cat found at the Pittsburgh International Airport last week.
Rising Crime at Carrick Shopping Center: A Microcosm of Urban Safety Challenges
The Carrick Shopping Center in Pittsburgh has recently become a hotbed of criminal activity, casting a shadow of fear over local residents and businesses. The latest in a series of distressing events was a brazen robbery at a PNC ATM, where a woman was held up at gunpoint on a Monday morning. This marked the second similar incident in a week, following a close call where another ATM user was spared due to a lack of funds. Moreover, a juvenile's assault on a Pizza Hut employee for cash has added to the community's anxiety, leading some businesses to lock doors during business hours while Pittsburgh Police intensify their patrols and investigations.
Boyz II Men coming to Pittsburgh's Rivers Casino
PITTSBURGH — The iconic R&B group Boyz II Men will return to Pittsburgh this winter. Fans can expect to hear hits like "End of the Road," "One Sweet Day" and "Motownphilly" at Rivers Casino on Thursday, Feb. 22. Tickets are on sale now. The Grammy-winning group last performed at...
The Psychological Toll of Incarceration: A Case Study in Jefferson County
In a recent confrontation at Jefferson County Jail, inmate Jennifer Lee Vickers, 51, of Pittsburgh, was charged with aggravated harassment and criminal mischief. During the booking procedures on November 1st, Vickers resisted a strip search and, amid the altercation, urinated on two corrections officers. Her actions, which she attributed to uncontrollable stress-induced urination, resulted in a temporary lockdown and a cleanup costing approximately $40. With a preliminary hearing set for January 9, 2024, Vickers faces serious repercussions for her actions within the correctional system.
The Top School District in Pennsylvania Has Been Revealed
In the heart of Pittsburgh, PA, lies a gem of the education system - the North Allegheny School District. Renowned for its high standards and impressive achievements, this district stands out as a beacon of educational excellence.
Rankin police Chief Jeremi Gregory remembered as a champion of the community
Rankin police Chief Jeremi Gregory was the embodiment of a man walking in his purpose, with a magnanimous presence and a genuine soul, according to those who knew him best. He was a cop’s cop, according to those who knew him well. “He wouldn’t ask his cops to do...
Two Cities In Pennsylvania Named Rudest In The Nation
There are 2 cities in Pennsylvania alone that are considered to be the rudest cities across America. Growing up in the New Jersey, New York City, and Philadelphia area, I’ve seen my share of rudeness and bluntness that everyone in our area is just pretty much used to at this point! Business Insider has curated an official list of the rudest cities in America.