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 Otilia Golis with her husband, Kevin, and their son Dominik.
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Otilia Golis with her husband, Kevin, and their son Dominik.

Odysseys: Slovak sweetens her new home in Pittsburgh

A Pitt graduate with a degree in applied mathematics, Otilia Golis keeps her heritage alive with things like traditional cookies.


Man impaled by tree branch in Westmoreland County

Washington Township police said the man was alert and conscious when they took him to Forbes Regional Hospital.



 Members of the United Food and Commercial Workers show their support after Pittsburgh City Council voted to approve a paid sick leave ordinance.

Pittsburgh City Council passes paid sick-leave requirement

The law allows workers at businesses that employ 15 or more people to accrue one hour of paid sick leave for every 35 hours.



Homewood man sentenced for involvement in fatal East Busway robbery

Desmond Young, 22, pleaded guilty in April to third-degree murder in the death of Omar Islam, 21.


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This year the Post-Gazette is examining the explosion of surveillance on everyday citizens -- by the government, by private companies and by individuals -- as well as what is being done with the massive amount of private data collected.

Click here to browse stories on surveillance camera regulations in Pittsburgh, student data privacy, data breach methods and more.

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