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Vieng Samay, 55, shot a man Monday in the back of the head through the back window of the vehicle the man was sitting in on Woodlow Street, Pittsburgh police said in a press release. The shooting happened after what police described as a drug deal on
The stretch of Noblestown between Weaver and Obey streets, spanning the Crafton Heights and Elliott neighborhoods, was closed because of a landslide.
Authorities are trying to determine how an 8-month-old Pittsburgh boy ended up with burns to his lower body. Police say officers went to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center 's Mercy Hospital around 10:30 a.m. Saturday after learning the baby
Under state statute, each judicial district in Pennsylvania must review operations every 10 years to determine if court resources are being used appropriately...The proposed plan, to be submitted by President Judge Donna Jo McDaniel, calls for the
University of Pittsburgh economist Chrisotpher Briem who earlier this month the new assessments would reduce property taxes for two out of three homeowners...The new assessments, which so far have been released only for the city and Mount Oliver,
Police said they searched a home in the 1500 block of Crucible Street after residents complained that they were seeing drug sales in the area...Arrested were Ryan Wade, 21, of the North Side; Deondre Debold, 20, of the West End; Jamie Smith, 22, of
Pittsburgh Public Works Director Rob Kaczorowski said a demolition contractor closed the lane without a permit. He ordered the lane reopened, but the closure, at the height of rush hour, caused traffic to back up at the West End Circle, through the
Joyce Since 1982, Judge Joyce has served Carnegie, Crafton, Ingram, Pennsbury Village, Rosslyn Farms and Thornburg. "I have enjoyed serving these communities for 30 years and am looking forward to doing so in the future," Mr. Joyce said. His office
It was a fairly dim, cool morning when I stepped outside Tuesday on my way to the bus stop. I detected the smell of burning wood, but wood is all I could smell and so I didn't think anything of it - it's still winter, people do burn things to stay
Wednesday in a home in the city's Crafton Heights neighborhood has claimed the life of a man who lived there.