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Man arrested after showing up at hospital with gunshot wounds

By Tribune-Review
Pittsburgh police arrested an East Liberty man on an outstanding warrant early Saturday after he showed up at UPMC Shadyside with three gunshot wounds in his left leg, officials said. Theodore Gore, 26, told police he had been waiting for …

Police seek help finding missing man

By Tribune-Review 4:09 p.m.
Pittsburgh police want the public’s help finding a missing Lawrenceville man. Andre Gray, 34, is dark-skinned, 5 feet, 9 inches tall and about 200 pounds, police said. He wears a full beard. Anyone who has seen Gray is asked to …

Komen acceptance of drilling-linked money raises ire

By Katelyn Ferral 6:40 p.m.
In the race to raise awareness and find a cure for breast cancer, there is division among advocates. Supporters of Breast Cancer Action are protesting …

Public servants honored in Pittsburgh for extraordinary responses

By Margaret Harding 6:40 p.m.
The Port Authority bus mangled the woman when it hit her, nearly taking one of her legs. “There were bystanders trying to control the blood …

Ferrante trial: Cyanide order form in plain sight

By Adam Brandolph  and Bobby Kerlik 6:40 p.m.
Six doctors who called Dr. Autumn Marie Klein their friend and colleague became the neurologist’s last hope as they fought desperately to save her life, …

Curry Hollow Shopping Center has buyer

By Sam Spatter 6:40 p.m.
Paul Property Management of Pittsburgh wants to purchase Curry Hollow Shopping Center in Baldwin Borough and Pleasant Hills for $5.5 million, but needs U.S. Bankruptcy Court permission. The owner of the 28-unit center, New York-based Pleasant Hills Associates, is in …

Project 15206 finds goals for rain

By Sam Spatter 6:40 p.m.
Pittsburgher Gene Kelly made “Singin’ in the Rain” a national treasure, but rain makes some in Pittsburgh do anything but sing. Emily Viehland spent six …

Zappala impersonation suspect arrested; stores offered reimbursement

By Michael Hasch 6:40 p.m.
A Karns City man who authorities say pretended to be Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. to rip off stores in Butler County was arrested Friday. Russell S. Miller, 49, who is accused of impersonating a public servant, …

Hit-run motorist in Mt. Lebanon sought

By Michael Hasch
Police continued Friday to search for the motorist who drove off after hitting a pedestrian in Mt. Lebanon. The crash occurred at 5 p.m. Thursday as the woman was walking in the 900 block of McNeilly Road, police Chief Coleman …

State’s ‘public-private’ transportation deal will replace 53 bridges in Allegheny County

By Megan Harris 6:40 p.m.
A team of Pennsylvania-based subcontractors has three years to replace 558 structurally deficient Pennsylvania bridges, including 53 in Allegheny County. PennDOT Secretary Barry J. Schoch announced Friday that Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners would lead the department’s $899 million Rapid Bridge …

Wilkinsburg couple arrested after baby girl dies following beating

By Chris Togneri
Police arrested a Wilkinsburg couple when they found their 5-week-old daughter beaten and unresponsive at the family home. The girl died Thursday in Children’s Hospital. …

Port Authority steps closer to linking Oakland and Downtown, makes switch from Highmark to Aetna

By Megan Harris 6:40 p.m.
Plans for an express bus system linking Oakland and Downtown took a step forward Friday as city, county and transit leaders agreed who would foot the bill. Port Authority board members also approved last week’s committee recommendation to switch health …

Counterfeit credit card ring falls for failure to remember birth date on fake ID

By Tribune-Review 6:40 p.m.
Latoya Jemerson wouldn’t be in jail if she had memorized the date of birth listed on her fake ID. Neither would Lovell Davis, 34, who …

Howard Hanna family donates $1M for business student scholarships at University of Pittsburgh

By Sam Spatter
The Howard Hanna family has endowed two scholarships with a $1 million gift to the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business …

Penn Avenue site tops group’s preservation list

By Kellie B. Gormly
You may have spotted an aging site around Pittsburgh and found the building, bridge or pool to be charming. “But you may not even realize …

Pennsylvania chips in $2.5M for $38M boutique hotel in Pittsburgh

By Bob Bauder
It took eight years, but Holly Brubach, a Shaler native and former writer turned entrepreneur, is finally realizing her dream of converting a landmark Downtown …

Film Office announces two Downtown road closures Monday

By Tribune-Review
Drivers should expect two Downtown road closures Monday for the Pittsburgh Film Office. William Penn Place between Oliver Avenue and 5th Avenue will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fifth Avenue between Grant Street and Smithfield Street will …

PennDOT warns of delays next week on Butler Street near Highland Park Bridge

By Tribune-Review
Resurfacing along Butler Street in Lawrenceville will likely cause delays near the Highland Park Bridge all next week. PennDOT crews expect intermittent traffic stoppages in the 870 feet between the Highland Park Bridge and Baker Street from 9 a.m. to …

Newsmaker: Stephen J. Bagnato Jr.

By Jason Cato
Noteworthy: The Penn State Alumni Association honored Bagnato as an Alumni Fellow, the highest award the group gives. About 700 out of more than 630,000 …

Nationwide drug ring was centered in Homewood, prosecutor says

By Aaron Aupperlee 6:40 p.m.
Drugs and cash seized in Los Angeles and more than 30 arrests this week in Western Pennsylvania could reduce violence in Homewood and other East …

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Allegheny Neighborhoods
Commuters in ‘transit deserts’ call for renewed Port Authority bus service
Castle Shannon firefighters’ 2nd train event bigger than last year’s
Pennsylvania schools’ ‘hands tied’ on cyberbullying
Social Democrats plan two-day convention in Carnegie
Dormont eatery supports Pittsburgh-area businesses
Your Carlynton
Parkway West off-ramps at Carnegie to close beginning Friday night
Social Democrats plan two-day convention in Carnegie
Parking spaces not keeping up with Carnegie’s business growth
Bridgeville library to display best of Christmas tree festival
Performance at Carnegie library to spotlight silent film legend
Your Cranberry
Cranberry officials salute longtime firefighters
Emergency responders train for the worst at Seneca Valley
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School principal Abbott steps down
Cranberry: Construction restrictions lifted on Route 228
Students evacuated at Mars Area High after electrical fire; no injuries reported
Your Fox Chapel
O’Hara clothing designer earns national recognition
2 Fox Chapel Area teens to hit Byham stage in ‘A Chorus Line’
Glitter and Glow event at Fox Chapel Golf Club to kick off holidays
St. Mary statues restored, returned to Sharpsburg grotto
St. Scholastica Fair Trade Fair to offer unique buys
Your McKeesport
9-month probe leads to major heroin bust in McKeesport
Wolf pays another vist to the Mon Valley as Corbett remains absent
McKeesport Area student leadership group donates Halloween costumes
McKeesport leaders sign pledge to be part of solution to violence
West Mifflin Area adjusts solicitor duties
Your Monroeville
New SRO agreement riles some Monroeville officials
Monroeville may consider outsourcing of animal-control duties
North Huntingdon church shaken by youth pastor’s child porn rap
Your North Hills
New Shaler North Hills Library program makes participants smile
Pine-Richland pushes up final day of classes to June 5
Grandmother’s illness leads Shaler Area student to join cancer fight
Hampton event to look for middle ground, discuss ‘Gun Safety in a Free Society’
‘A Chorus Line’ features Pine-Richland flavor
Your Penn Hills
Students make artwork for lobby of new Penn Hills Elementary School
Hunting on closed-down country club property concerns neighbors in Penn Hills
Penn Hills volunteers step in, clear bus stop for pedestrians
Penn Hills slates Halloween parade, trick-or-treat
Proposal to limit access divides Penn Hills, Homewood neighborhoods
Your Plum
Delay of vote on cell tower in Plum keeps neighbors rattled
Senior housing plan to be considered in Plum
Plum 2015 budget includes wish lists that will be pared
Your Sewickley
Departing Sewickley couple wants to leave seeds of hope behind
Howard Hanna to raze damaged Sewickley office building, rebuild
Bell Acres police investigate attempted child luring
Hoeys Run project holding up Sewickley theater project
Halloween activities scheduled around the Sewickley Valley
Your South Hills
Female mascot makes Baldwin Highlander history
Curry Hollow Shopping Center has buyer
Brentwood considers leasing newly built municipal center
New law requires Baldwin Borough residents to get permits for large containers
Young musical writer’s work to be performed at J.E. Harrison Middle School
Your Twin Boros (Oakmont, Verona)
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