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KAREN TRAVERS, ABC NEWS, WASHINGTON. OUR TIME 9:16. WE'LL CHECK IN WITH ASHLEY. IT'S BEEN A NICE MILD START TO THE MORNING.
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From left, Eric Wells, Troy Simmons Jr. and Adam Hankins arrive at Washington County Courthouse for a hearing last year.
State authorities are now investigating after an elderly nun died from injuries after being burned by hot water at a Bellevue personal care home.
Joelle Swyka, a guest reader at Jefferson-Morgan Elementary School shows off one of the Braille nameplates she created for students in pre-kindergarten.
Students in the McKeesport Area School District are mourning the death of a 14-year-old girl who died Thursday night after she was hit by a dump truck earlier in the day outside her school.
A Pittsburgh lawyer's online ad showing smiling robbers, drug dealers and prostitutes flashing thumbs up and thanking him for getting them off the hook has garnered tens of thousands of views and drawn fire from a local bar association.
The data spill affecting UPMC employees has grown, snaring 322 workers as of Wednesday, up from 22 employees two weeks ago, the health care system said Friday.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled that an investment management company is responsible for paying more than $71,000 in legal fees to a Pittsburgh firm that defended litigation related to a distressed shopping center, despite the company's contention that its subsidiary should be on the hook for the bills.
Law Enforcement continue to seek answers to find out if anyone else is involved in the death of the two sisters.
They're officers of the law, performing a valuable public service - executing warrants and transporting prisoners, sometimes for little pay.
A 6-year-old Pittsburgh boy died of acute bacterial meningitis on Wednesday evening, the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's office said.
These are file photos of former state senator Jane Orie, right, from Feb. 29, 2012, her sister Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin, center, from May 18, 2012, and their sister Janine Orie, left, from April 7, 2010.
Motorists who take Ice Plant Hill Road have been scrambling for detours since a Jan. 15 landslide shut down the street near the Wilmerding YMCA.
In November, after years of effort on the part of many, we were told that Pennsylvania finally had approved a state transportation bill that would provide sustainable, dedicated funding for our roads, bridges and public-transit systems.
He was "The Daddio of the Raddio," "The Platter Pushin' Papa" and "Pork the Tork," and without legendary Pittsburgh disc jockey Craig "Porky" Chedwick, there might have been no Lou Christie .
Washington & Jefferson College has received a grant from ExxonMobil to serve as a host of the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp.