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 At the 14th Annual Sen. John Heinz Law Enforcement Awards Day, held at the Sheraton Hotel at Station Square, from left to right: Allegheny county Common Pleas Court Judge Kathleen Durkin, members of the Allegheny County Sheriff's Non-Support Warrant Squad: Sgt Michael Scherbanic , Detective Mark Zimmerman , Sgt. James Klingensmith, Detectives Vincent Longo and Jay Stegena and Chairman Larry Dunn during the "Amen Corner's" .
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At the 14th Annual Sen. John Heinz Law Enforcement Awards Day, held at the Sheraton Hotel at Station Square, from left to right: Allegheny county Common Pleas Court Judge Kathleen Durkin, members of the Allegheny County Sheriff's Non-Support Warrant Squad: Sgt Michael Scherbanic , Detective Mark Zimmerman , Sgt. James Klingensmith, Detectives Vincent Longo and Jay Stegena and Chairman Larry Dunn during the "Amen Corner's" .

Allegheny County law enforcement officials honored at awards luncheon

Fourteen law enforcement officials were honored Friday.


Pennsylvania website seeks public feedback on what students should learn

The website cost $249,559 to build, with Team Pennsylvania Foundation paying $215,000.



 Richard Mellon Scaife in 1997.

Scaife-related foundations poised to take bigger stage

Foundations once run by Richard Mellon Scaife will get huge infusions to spend on conservative groups, local charities.



 Amesh A. Adalja

Pittsburgh Ebola expert in demand all over the world

Amesh Adalja has become the go-to expert for international media to talk about Ebola.


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Teenager to stand trial in Hill District killing

A teenager was ordered Friday to stand trial on charges that he killed a man in the Hill District this summer.



Section of East Busway to be closed today

A section of the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway will be closed today for construction near East Liberty Station, detouring the P1 East


 
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Robert Ferrante trial

Robert Ferrante is escorted to the courtroom.
Follow one of the most scandalous trials in the history of Allegheny County: Robert Ferrante, a University of Pittsburgh researcher is accused of poisoning his wife, Dr. Autumn Marie Klein, a rising star in the field of neurology and obstetrics.

Mr. Ferrante denies any involvement.

Our reporter Paula Ward provides a day-by-day breakdown, latest findings and more.

Examine the background and people involved right here.



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