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Manhunt Underway After Pa. State Trooper Killed in Ambush

Manhunt Underway After Pa. State Trooper Killed in Ambush

A second Pennsylvania State Trooper was wounded in the shooting late Friday night.
Aliquippa Surgeon Lays Off Cancer-Stricken Employee

Aliquippa Surgeon Lays Off Cancer-Stricken Employee

Dr. George Visnich's attorney says he hoped she could collect unemployment benefits and not worry about performance at work.
Poll Finds Wolf Has Commanding Lead Over Corbett

Poll Finds Wolf Has Commanding Lead Over Corbett

With eight weeks to Election Day, Tom Wolf is leading Gov. Tom Corbett, 59 to 35 percent, a Quinnipiac University poll found.
Our Clubhouse Sends 60 People will Rappelling Down Oliver Building

Our Clubhouse Sends 60 People will Rappelling Down Oliver Building

Cancer survivors, those touched by cancer as well as celebrities and other supporters, will rappel down the Oliver Building.
Corbett Marks 9/11 With Visit To Flight 93 Memorial

Corbett Marks 9/11 With Visit To Flight 93 Memorial

Share your story: Where were you on Sept. 11, 2001?
Nighttime Restrictions on Interstate 70

Nighttime Restrictions on Interstate 70

Starting on Monday, Sept. 22 motorists will encounter nighttime road closures between 8 pm and 6 am between Rt. 136 and Interstate 79.
Peter Township Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

Peter Township Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

Congratulations to Matthew Gummersbach, Daniel Krajovic, Mary Kate Pritz, Nicholas Roberts, Roy Wang, and Delaney Wehn!
New Streaming Video Gives 511PA Users Better Traffic Information

New Streaming Video Gives 511PA Users Better Traffic Information

PennDOT recently upgraded its 511PA website and mobile application to allow for the continuously streaming footage.
PennDOT, State Farm Partner in Roving Safety Patrols

PennDOT, State Farm Partner in Roving Safety Patrols

The sponsorship will offset about 11 percent of annual cost of the $4 million service, which will now be called the State Farm Safety Patrol
Coming Up: 44th Annual Peters Valley Fine Craft Fair

Coming Up: 44th Annual Peters Valley Fine Craft Fair

The Fair will be held Sept. 27 and 28 at the Sussex County Fairgrounds from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and from 10am to 5 pm on Sunday.
PennDOT Plans Bridge and Culvert Replacements in Washington County

PennDOT Plans Bridge and Culvert Replacements in Washington County

The public is invited to a planning discussion on September 23 at the Union Township Municipal Building.
Work to Begin on Andy Warhol Bridge (Seventh Street) on Thursday, September 4

Work to Begin on Andy Warhol Bridge (Seventh Street) on Thursday, September 4

Flaggers will be on hand to direct vehicular traffic around the work which is expected to be complete by the end of that same day.
Health Meetings Open to the Public Across Allegheny County

Health Meetings Open to the Public Across Allegheny County

The Allegheny County Health Department has scheduled public meetings to share info on the current health of the County and discuss issues.
Missing Person: Donald Champion

Missing Person: Donald Champion

Allegheny County Police are requesting assistance in trying to locate a missing person: Donald Champion, age 77. He was last seen on June 2.
East Allegheny Teachers Strike for Salary Concerns

East Allegheny Teachers Strike for Salary Concerns

On what would have been the second day of school, East Allegheny teachers are beginning their second day of picketing.
Troy Hill Man Arrested for Pantsing US Marshal

Troy Hill Man Arrested for Pantsing US Marshal

Robert Flynn, 19, got more than he bargained for when he pulled down a female jogger's shorts on the Allegheny River Trail.
Flu Shots Available at Giant Food Stores

Flu Shots Available at Giant Food Stores

Help yourself and also a neighbor in need this flu season with new Unilever partnership.
New Marcellus Pipelines On Their Way

New Marcellus Pipelines On Their Way

Two major pipelines from Marcellus and Utica are in the works.
Mt. Lebanon Residents Want Brick Roads; Commissioners Consider Costs

Mt. Lebanon Residents Want Brick Roads; Commissioners Consider Costs

Ten miles of brick roads in Mount Lebanon might soon be repaved with asphalt.
State Police: 686 Crashes in Pa. Over Holiday Weekend

State Police: 686 Crashes in Pa. Over Holiday Weekend

Thirteen people were killed and 211 injured, police said.