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Jeannie Heltion of Washington Township was driving southbound on Route 66 when she crossed the center lane and was hit by an oncoming
John Longo, 58, of Hempfield pleaded guilty last year.
Melissa Guiddy of the law firm King and Guiddy is taking over the post, replacing the retired R. Mark Gesalman.
The proposal is in response to an increasing number of drug overdoses in recent years.
Omali McKay, 28, had been set to go to trial today in U.S. District Court.
According to Director of Finance Jon Perry, the district projects approximately $1.9 million in expenditures above 2014 -2015 budget.
Michael Kramer admitted to preparing a fake court order and forging a federal judge's signature to try to get himself released from lockup.
The New Kensington fire department responded to the fire, which was reported just before 8:30 a.m. in a house on Ferry Street.
Police and prosecutors said Michael Martin lured his father-in-law to a restaurant parking lot and stabbed him nine times in August 2013.
Harold Rice, 55, was found in North Versailles during a traffic stop late this morning.
The manager says he was fired because he's black and refused to include more whites on shifts at his store to placate his supervisors.
“Cold snap” worked fine until “polar vortex” came along.
The Olup brothers, Tom and Ed, applied for the state Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program in June.
Judson Shiffler, 18, died in UPMC Presbyterian at 10:29 a.m., according to the Allegheny County medical examiner's office.