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Allegheny Health Network reports $17.8 million loss

Allegheny Health Network reported an operating loss of $17.8 million for the first three months of 2016, about $12.5 million more than the health system ...

Pittsburgh police chief apologizes to officers for lack of marathon planning

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto on Tuesday said he has full confidence in his police chief despite department gaffes that triggered grousing among the ranks. ...

Police name second suspect in Wilkinsburg massacre

A motion filed by county prosecutors Monday indicates police have developed a second suspect in the March massacre that killed five adults and an unborn ...

'Hamilton' gets record 16 Tony nods; 7 CMU alumni nominated

NEW YORK — The megahit musical "Hamilton" has grabbed a record-breaking 16 Tony Award nominations, the biggest haul in Broadway history and another notch in ...

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Millions of antibiotic prescriptions each year are unnecessary, CDC says

At least 30 percent of antibiotics are unnecessarily prescribed, contributing to the rise of debilitating and sometimes deadly bacteria-resistant superbugs, according to a new study ...

Homicide detective sets scene for start of East Liberty double murder trial

The first homicide detective at the scene of Susan and Sarah Wolfe's murders spent nine hours in their Chislett Street basement, he testified Tuesday. Det. Harry ...

Police seek burglar caught by security camera at Slickville bar

State police in Greensburg are looking for a burglary suspect who was caught on a ...

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Answers elusive in Salem Township natural gas pipeline explosion

As crews from Spectra Energy Corp. and federal investigators searched for clues Monday to the cause of a natural gas pipeline explosion Friday that rocked ...

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Cruz fights for survival in Indiana

OSCEOLA, Ind. — Ted Cruz's conservative crusade for the presidency fought for life Monday before a vote in Indiana that could effectively end the GOP's ...

Valley News Dispatch
Police work with Leechburg Area School District to update weapons policies

Police departments serving the Leechburg Area School District's communities will work with the district to update its policies and procedures in the wake of a ...

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Penguins' Letang suspended 1 game for Johansson hit 

Penguins defenseman Kris Letang has been suspended for one game for a check to the head of Washington Capitals forward Marcus Johansson in Game 3 ...

Rossi: To be fair, NHL must suspend Letang 

Kris Letang didn't take the high road. He also forced the Penguins to surrender the high ground. If he's around for Game 4 of a contentious, ...

Penguins, Capitals get chippy in Game 3 

The series began as a battle between this generation's greatest superstars: Sidney Crosby and Alex ...

Murray, Penguins withstand Capitals' late barrage for Game 3 victory

Shortly before he left the ice for the second intermission of the Penguins' 3-2 win ...

Cole roughed up by Cubs in 7-2 loss 

There was plenty of sizzle between the Pirates and Chicago Cubs on Monday, which was expected. There was lots of fizzle, too, which is why the ...

Arrieta, Cubs embrace National League target

Jake Arrieta never has had a problem wearing a target. Prior to last season's National League wild-card game at PNC Park, the Chicago Cubs pitcher went ...

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Pittsburgh-based Jazz helps small businesses find right people

Recruiting the right employees is a key to success in the business world, a fact not lost on Pittsburgh technology company Jazz. The Strip District-based company, ...

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Five foreign policy pointers for the next president

When it comes to voting in elections, Americans weigh domestic and foreign affairs differently. On domestic issues, they side with candidates who share their views. ...

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