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Charges officially dropped against Ford, who is recovering from surgery

By Adam Brandolph
A judge on Monday agreed to allow the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office to officially withdraw remaining charges against Leon Ford, who was shot and paralyzed by a Pittsburgh police officer during a traffic stop in November 2012. A jury in ...

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New-look Hampton changes styles but getting similar winning results

Hampton dedicates the first 20 minutes of every practice to shooting drills, with a focus on the most ideal spots. Lately, that could be just about anywhere. Without the roster height of recent years, Hampton has become one of the …
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Defense keeping North Allegheny atop PIHL Class AAA standings

He might not relax on the ice as much as he did two seasons ago, but North Allegheny senior defenseman William Rahenkamp remains at ease …
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Pittsburgh Tribune-Review athletes of the week: North Hills’ Gage Curry, Carlynton’s Conor Richardson

Gage Curry School: North Hills Year: Junior Sport: Wrestling Claim to fame: Curry claimed his third straight Allegheny County Wrestling Championships title Saturday with a 4-2 win over North Allegheny’s Zach Stedford in the 120-pound championship match. Curry has finished …
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Gorman: Not just a no-brainer for Pine-Richland’s DiNucci

Ben DiNucci had to pick between playing football at Pitt or Penn, between the FBS Power 5 and Ivy League. For major-college football fans, that appeared to be a no-brainer. The same for those in academia. Penn’s Wharton School is …
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HS highlight reel: Softball standouts make commitment to Marist

Marist College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., has made quite an impact while recruiting softball players in Western Pennsylvania. Shaler junior first baseman Amanda Sartori and South Side Beaver sophomore infielder Hunter Hand recently made verbal commitments to the Red Foxes, joining …
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HS highlight reel: Vincentian, CWNC to play at North Allegheny

Two of the smallest schools in the WPIAL draw quite a crowd when they face off in boys and girls basketball. So much so that their Section 2-A rivalry games next week will be played in a much larger venue. …
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