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Pittsburgh has a great summer filled with events, concerts, festivals and more. Now's the time to plan out your summer -- using our Pittsburgh guide! Read more ➡️
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Lawsuit seeks millions in damages over delays in completing Kaufmann's/Macy's redevelopment
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Review: 'Victoria's Secret' program draws crowd to choir concert
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Man who prompted SWAT standoff in Lincoln taken into custody in McKeesport
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She's walking 2,473 miles to see Ellen DeGeneres and help Best Friend Animal Society
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Six Pittsburgh restaurants recycle oyster shells to help Chesapeake Bay
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Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. easily won the Democratic primary and faces no Republican challenger on the ballot in November's general election.
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In an electoral upset that will surely shock City Hall and give Mayor Bill Peduto a cause to celebrate, Bobby Wilson upset longtime Pittsburgh Councilwoman Darlene Harris, ending her 12-year tenure on council.
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Peters Township school board incumbent William Merrell lost his re-election bid, just days after the Peters Township school board censured him over a racist post on his Facebook page.
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Bethany Hallam, a 29-year-old office administrator from Ross, ran as an outsider promising new ideas, upsetting 78-year-old Allegheny Council president John DeFazio, a fixture on council since it was formed in 2000.
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The Burkholders approached church leaders to share their knowledge -- only to find church leaders weren't interested. They were forced out of the church -- creating great strain on Jim's barn-building business and turning their lives upside-down.
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Diane, suicidal and depressed, eventually read a pamphlet on understanding sexuality -- and had a major breakthrough. The Burkholders completely changed their marriage and began to rediscover each other and their sexuality.
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Diane Snyder married her boyfriend, Jim Burkholder, and for years she never protested when he demanded sex, even when she was pregnant with one child, nursing another. It was her duty to satisfy him, and she couldn’t say no. This was what married women had to do, she believed.
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A week in the life of a Peters Township School District board member: 1. District investigates racist post on his Facebook --> 2. Board censures him --> 3. Tonight, board member loses re-election bid -->
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Stephen Zappala Jr. retains his seat as Allegheny County District Attorney, defeating challenger Turahn Jenkins in the Democratic primary.
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To smash or not to smash, and other burning burger questions
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Fred Rogers considered 143 to be a special number -- because there is one digit in “I,” four in “love” and three in “you." So, Gov. Tom Wolf has declared May 23 -- the 143rd day of the year -- as “143 Day” to honor Mr. Rogers.
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Part of Smallman St. in the Strip District remains closed after a 36-inch water main ruptured last night, flooding area roadways.
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In an electoral upset, Spring Hill's Bobby Wilson beat longtime Pittsburgh Councilwoman Darlene Harris in Tuesday's Democratic primary.
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Field Study: How has the construction of MLB baseballs changed, and does it explain the modern home run boom?
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