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Le’Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount will be cited with marijuana violations after a officer smelled marijuana coming from their vehicle.
The board of Pittsburgh Public Schools took a first look at 2014 state test scores that show some improvement over the prior year.
Work is scheduled to begin in September and take a year to complete.
The shootings occurred in the 400 block of 4th Avenue and were first reported to dispatchers about 8:20 a.m.
At the end of their football careers last summer, Baron Batch and John Malecki are now teammates in Studio A.M.
The full merger will mean that a call from anywhere in the county will go into a consolidated call-taking center.
The school district is facing a shortage of four teachers as of Wednesday night due to recent resignations received in the past week.
The school district already provides free breakfasts for all students.
The St. Louis County prosecutor is preparing for the grand jury as Attorney General Eric Holder arrives in Missouri.
Gone are the days of a "perfect 10" in gymnastics, replaced by a more detailed, accurate system that combines difficulty and execution.
The defensive lineman had four sacks and two fumble recoveries last season.
The financiers behind the would be Lawrence County racetrack and casino have been sued by the project’s longtime consultant.
Eric Soller, 980 Liberty’s attorney, said very little of the information requested by the URA was relevant to the issue at hand.
Alexandre Arrechea, the Cuban-born artist whose sculptures are temporarily installed Downtown, will give an artist talk and tour next week.
Ay carumba! A 552-episode “Simpsons” marathon starts Thursday on FXX.
Pittsburghers need to know what will happen for them regarding charges after the split.
While criminals should not be coddled, solitary confinement is an affront to human rights and to liberties guaranteed by the Constitution.