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Man accused of shooting McKeesport officer outside police station pleads guilty
The man accused of shooting a McKeesport officer outside the police station has pleaded guilty to several charges in connection to the 2020 shooting.
Man to spend decades in prison for shooting Pa. police officer: reports
A man accused of shooting a McKeesport police officer in front of the department’s station in 2020 pleaded guilty to the crime on Tuesday and was sentenced to 20 to 40 years in prison, according to reports from KDKA and WTAE. Koby Lee Francis pleaded guilty to a number...
Former Pittsburgh police officer fired, sued over Jim Rogers tasing death facing new lawsuit
A former Pittsburgh police officer who was fired and then sued in federal court after tasing a suspect accused of stealing a bicycle is being sued again for another incident involving a taser.
Sources: Person stabbed in Pittsburgh’s North Side
Multiple sources tell Channel 11 that police are investigating a stabbing in Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Evidence gives first glimpse inside of synagogue
PITTSBURGH — A prayer book with bullet holes and a second-floor bathroom are among the photos introduced as evidence in the first days of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting trial. On Tuesday, the courtroom heard testimony from Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, the rabbi for the Tree of Life congregation. He testified,...
Several townhomes catch fire in Cecil Township
CECIL TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) — Several townhomes caught on fire in Cecil Township.Crews were called to the scene Wednesday on Farm Road near Valley Brook Country Club. The call came in around 3:45 p.m.There are no reports of any injuries.Stay with KDKA-TV and KDKA.com for updates to this developing story as they become available.
Tom Sandoval Pissed Off Pittsburgh Officials by Trashing the City
Tom Sandoval may want to choose his words more wisely, because some of the folks who run the City of Pittsburgh are not happy he trashed their fair city ... something Tom denies.
Maintenance company says it's not responsible for woman's escalator injuries at Pittsburgh Zoo
PITTSBURGH – A Pittsburgh elevator maintenance company has denied liability for injuries a Maryland woman allegedly suffered, when a faulty escalator at the Pittsburgh Zoo which stopped working suddenly and caused her to fall forward. Janet DiMatteo of Charlotte Hall, Md. first filed suit in the Allegheny County Court...
150-ton superload moving from Allegheny County to Ohio to slow traffic Thursday
A superload being transported from Allegheny County to Ohio will cause traffic stoppages and delays Thursday.
I learned how to pull a trigger, and the same lessons are crucial to addressing gun violence
Kalilah Stein, 14, on Thursday, May 18, 2023, in her neighborhood of Carrick. Kalilah learned to shoot at a young age from her grandfather. Now she lives in a neighborhood that has seen two young people shot fatally this year. (Photo by Stephanie Strasburg/PublicSource) As a high school student, I...
Man in critical condition after being found shot in Wilkinsburg
Pittsburgh police are investigating after a man was found shot in Wilkinsburg.
16 awesome June events in Pittsburgh to kick off summer right
Photo above courtesy of Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. June is one of Pittsburgh’s busiest months of the year. Not only do we have the Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh Pride, and Juneteenth running days-long celebrations, there are tons of other recurring family nights, festivals, and activities to keep kids entertained (and wear them out for bedtime). Check out this list of June events in Pittsburgh and the surrounding region, and start marking your calendars:
Local bar & grill hit with health violation, sewage issues
Mo’s Bar & Grill on Nobles Lane in Carrick was hit after an inspection by the Allegheny County Health Department on Friday showed there was a sewage back up in the basemen to the establishment.
Pittsburgh Public Schools announce new protocol for buildings without air conditioning
According to a news release, 41 facilities in the school district lack air conditioning.
Medical examiner IDs man killed in Wilkinsburg shooting
The Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a man who was shot to death Saturday night in Wilkinsburg. Michael Anthony Tomlin, 32, of Verona, was found with a gunshot wound around midnight Saturday in the 1300 block of Franklin Avenue, according to Allegheny County Police. Authorities pronounced Tomlin dead at the scene.
Guns N’ Roses bringing upcoming tour to Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WTAJ)– Legendary band Guns N’ Roses will be coming to “‘Paradise City” later this year when they bring their tour to Pennsylvania. The band announced it is bringing its North America 2023 tour to Pittsburgh after they make their stop in Hershey, according to their website. Guns N’ Roses will play at PNC […]
Lawsuit: Homeowners say neighbors' parking pad caused their finished basement to flood
PITTSBURGH – A pair of Western Pennsylvania homeowners have sued their next-door neighbors, claiming that the defendants’ illegally-constructed parking area has resulted in groundwater runoff flooding their finished basement. James Florida and Alexis Florida filed suit in the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas on May 24 versus...
Allegheny County finds over 100 beds for those staying at Smithfield Shelter
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Allegheny County said it has found more beds for people who have been using the Smithfield Shelter, which closes in June. Allegheny County's Department of Human Services said about 100 to 125 people stay at the shelter on Smithfield Street for more than a few days per month. The shelter opens for the winter and usually closes in March. The county decided to keep it open for longer, though it's closing because the county said it's not equipped for summer weather. So far, over 100 beds have been found in existing facilities that can expand their capacity, the Department of...
Mom Asks Legislators: When Will It Be Our Turn?
Op-Ed by Nancy Murray, M.S. President of The Arc of Greater Pittsburgh and Senior Vice President of Achieva. People With Intellectual Disabilities and Autism (ID/A) and Their Families Desperately Need Help Now. I am the mother of three adults with intellectual disabilities. Personally, and professionally, I have advocated for people...
Pittsburgh leaders officially announce June as Pride month
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Pittsburgh is less than a day away from the start of Pride month and across the nation and here at home, there are some big celebrations planned to honor the L.G.B.T.Q.I.A.+ community. June isn't just a time to get out and about and enjoy the nice weather, it's a time to get out and celebrate and show your Pride. On Wednesday morning, at Pittsburgh's City-County building, members of the Gainey administration and the Pittsburgh City Council, gathered to officially proclaim June Pride month in the city. Pittsburgh City Councilmen, Bruce Kraus, who has been openly gay...
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