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Another violent weekend in Pittsburgh, with police responding to multiple shooting calls throughout the area in just a matter of hours.
The Northside Steelers football players found out that $10,000 worth of equipment had been stolen from their storage unit during their end of season banquet on Saturday.
A McKees Rocks woman is facing multiple charges including child endangerment and aggravated assault after her 11-month-old son was found suffering from an opioid overdose that she attributes to Orajel.
For more than a year, people who live on Pine Drive in Moon Township have been dealing with a landslide that is crumbling a neighborhood road.
Today, a teenager from Elizabeth Forward High School testified against his special education teacher, Nicole Corson, in a preliminary hearing after she was charged with five felonies and two misdemeanor counts relating to inappropriate touching and contact with a student.
Once again, people across the region gathered in support of Ukraine.
Gas prices are hitting near historic highs in southwestern Pennsylvania.
All across Pittsburgh, people are gathering to show support for the people of Ukraine.