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    State jumps in UPMC-Highmark dispute
    Gov. Tom Wolf and Attorney General Kathleen Kane are trying to force rivals Highmark Inc. and UPMC into binding arbitration to solve several disputes, including whether Highmark’s Medicare Advantage customers … -- By Adam Smeltz
    Woman shot in knee in Hazelwood
    Pittsburgh police say a 35-year-old woman was shot Monday in the knee in Hazelwood. The shooting happened about 11:35 a.m. in the 100 block of Flowers Avenue, Pittsburgh Public Safety … -- By Tribune-Review
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    Man found dead in Lower Burrell
    The Westmoreland County Coroner’s office said a man found dead in a pickup truck in Lower Burrell Monday morning had committed suicide. The victim, whose identity has not been released … -- By Valley News Dispatch
    Grand jury presentment: AG Kane lied, attempted to cover up leak
    NORRISTOWN — Attorney General Kathleen Kane lied to a grand jury investigating her and tried to cover up her directive to release secret material to a Philadelphia newspaper last year, … -- By Brad Bumsted
    Springdale family lifted 'from embers to embrace'
    A burned-out shell is all that remains of the Vargus family’s Springdale home. “The only reason it’s still standing is because it’s brick on the outside,” Michael Vargus said. “You … -- By Brian C. Rittmeyer
    Lawyers donate thousands of dollars to Pennsylvania Supreme Court race
    Attorneys are fortifying the high-stakes, multimillion-dollar Pennsylvania Supreme Court race with hundreds of thousands of dollars in direct campaign donations. At least $749,200 of the $2.9 million raised in the … -- By Melissa Daniels
    Mylan rejects Teva's $40 billion takeover bid
    Mylan NV rejected a $40 billion unsolicited takeover bid from larger rival Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., calling the offer “a mere attempt by Teva to frustrate and distract Mylan” as … -- By Alex Nixon
    Reports grim for Pennsylvania's state-run veterans homes
    In one state veterans home, health inspectors declared a state of imminent jeopardy because dementia patients wandered unattended in a dining area with potentially dangerous food and equipment. In another … -- By Walter F. Roche Jr.
    Fire caused $75,000 in damage to Beltzhoover playground
    Pittsburgh fire officials are trying to determine what sparked a fire that caused at least $75,000 in damage to playground equipment in Beltzhoover. The fire broke out just after 3 … -- By Tony Raap
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    Police arrest 2 after shots fired in North Side
    Pittsburgh police arrested two people Sunday after receiving a report of shots fired in the North Side. The shots were fired about 8:20 p.m. near East Jefferson Street in the … -- By Tony Raap
    Mon-Yough Laurels & Lances
    Laurels: To promoters of McKeesport’s future. There were two examples of such interest in the old Tube City this week. First, nine individuals stood up to detail their plans to … -- By Tribune-Review
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