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    2 men shot outside Duquesne bar
    Two men were shot near a bar in Duquesne late Wednesday night. The victims were taken to separate hospitals by ambulance. Their conditions were not immediately available. Allegheny County Homicide … -- By Michael Divittorio
    Roberto Clemente story hits Pittsburgh stage in performance
    “Clemente: The Legend of 21” puts the Pirates Hall of Famer’s story onstage in his adopted hometown. The drama with music will have three performances Sept. 19 to 21 at … -- By Alice T. Carter
    Pennsylvania trooper killed in ambush to be laid to rest
    SCRANTON — Hundreds of law enforcement officers from around the country waited silently outside a northeastern Pennsylvania cathedral Thursday ahead of a funeral for a state trooper killed in an … -- By The Associated Press
    Chevron gets first OK from Pa. sustainable drilling group
    A collaborative effort between energy companies and environmental groups to audit and promote sustainable activities among shale drillers awarded its first certification. The Downtown-based Center for Sustainable Shale Development said … -- By David Conti
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    Strong rip currents kill 2 men in Ocean City
    OCEAN CITY, Md. — Strong rip currents have killed two men in Ocean City, Maryland. The first man to die was a 52-year-old from Huntington, Pennsylvania. He was among five … -- By The Associated Press
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    McKeesport gardeners enjoy fruits of their labors
    Grow Pittsburgh community garden coordinator Rayden Sorock summed things up pretty succinctly in the Kiwanis Community Garden in McKeesport on Wednesday. “It’s getting to be that time of season when … -- By Eric Slagle
    10 years ago, Hurricane Ivan brought record rain to region
    On this day 10 years ago, the Mon-Yough area joined others in cleanup activities when the remnants of Hurricane Ivan dumped 5.9 inches of rain on the Pittsburgh region. Allegheny … -- By Patrick Cloonan
    150 attend East Allegheny teachers union forum
    Past and present public officials, including one East Allegheny school board member, joined homeowners and a few younger residents for a Wednesday night forum in East McKeesport sponsored by striking … -- By Patrick Cloonan
    South Allegheny adds robotics course
    South Allegheny High School is adding a robotics course to its curriculum. The school board unanimously approved the addition of a Bots IQ elective on Wednesday. Director Russell Geary was … -- By Jennifer R. Vertullo
    West Mifflin solicitor reveals proposed assessment deals
    West Mifflin Solicitor Greg Evashavik told borough council at Tuesday’s meeting that tentative property assessment settlements have been reached on 11 properties. Evashavik said the settled valuations range from $150,000 … -- By Patrick Cloonan
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    New Kensington-Arnold teachers accept 3-year contract
    New Kensington-Arnold teachers have a new contract that offers annual average raises of 1 percent. New Kensington-Arnold Education Association President Connie Vita said a majority of the union’s 174 teachers … -- By Liz Hayes
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    Thursday's scouting report: Red Sox at Pirates
    • SS/3B Xander Bogaerts had a .304 average in early June, then hit just .147 with an ugly .405 OPS in 63 games through the end of August. Over the … -- By Tribune-Review
    Western Pennsylvania detailers refurbish original Air Force One
    Two Western Pennsylvania auto detailers recently got the chance to clean up history. Evan Jankowski of Tarentum and Doug Parfitt of Whitehall used their skills to refurbish the exterior of … -- By R.A. Monti
    West Virginia cornerback Worley facing battery charges
    West Virginia sophomore cornerback Daryl Worley turned himself in to police in Morgantown, W.Va., on Wednesday after an arrest warrant was issued charging him with battery. According police, a surveillance … -- By Bob Cohn
    Wednesday - Sept. 17, 2014
    Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers. … -- By Tribune-Review
    Connellsville sets trick-or-treat
    Connellsville is changing its trick-or- treat night. For years, the city has held trick-or- treat on a Sunday afternoon. This week, city council agreed to change that. Trick- or-treat 2014 … -- By Mark Hofmann
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    Bicyclist injured in collision with construction vehicle
    An adult bicyclist was taken by emergency helicopter to a Pittsburgh hospital Tuesday afternoon after a collision with a construction vehicle. The accident occurred about 3:15 p.m. near a soccer … -- By Tribune-Review
    No burning garbage in Connellsville
    Connellsville City Council will vote in October on a new burning ordinance. Council this week introduced the ordinance. Council took action due to troubles the city has been having with … -- By Mark Hofmann
    Much has changed in 55 years for Cranberry VFC
    Andy Hack recalled going door to door to ask farmers in Cranberry Township for $1 or $2, whatever they could spare, to help start a volunteer fire department. About 20 … -- By Shawn Annarelli
    Blairsville district judge placed on leave
    Blairsville District Judge Jennifer Rega will be placed on paid administrative leave on Monday as state police at the Indiana County barracks continue to investigate her alleged involvement in a … -- By Rich Cholodofsky
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