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1 Bedroom - Brentwood
Newly updated 1 bedroom apartment with tons of natural light and spacious living areas!

1 Bedroom - Friendship
Huge one bedroom with parking and heat included. Fantastic location in Friendship!

Remodeled 2 Bedroom
Remodeled and spacious 2 bedroom in the heart of Brentwood. Heat included!

Beautiful Townhouse For Rent
Large end unit Townhouse in a fantastic community.

North Shore Studio
Clean studio available in Allegheny West neighborhood!

Brentwood 1 Bedroom
Large, updated 1 bedroom apartment in Brentwood available June 1st. Heat Included!

1 Bedroom - Brentwood
completely updated 1 bedroom with hardwood floors and stainless appliances!

Studio in Dormont Available May 1. All Utilities Included!

Brentwood 2 Bedroom
Bright and clean 2 bedroom in a fantastic Brentwood location!

Friendship 1 Bedroom
Remodeled and clean 1 bedroom available in Friendship. All utilities included!

Spacious 3 Bedroom House
Beautifully updated home with spacious living areas and stainless appliances!

Large 2 Bedroom - Brentwood
Bright open and spacious 2 bedroom available 4/1. Heat included!

3 Bedroom Remodeled Home
Remodeled 3 bedroom in a fantastic Castle Shannon neighborhood!

Brookline 2 Bedroom House
Updated 2 bedroom house with refinished wood floors and off street parking!

Updated Two Bedroom
Updated and bright two bedroom with central AC and Off Street parking in Mt. Washington!

Allegheny West Studio
Large studio with upgrades available March 1st in Allegheny West!

North Shore Studio
Bright and spacious studio apartment available in Allegheny West!

Friendship Studio
Remodeled Studio with high ceilings in Friendship. All Utilities Included!

Remodeled Studio!
Great Studio apartment close to PNC Park, Heinz field and downtown!

North Shore Studio
Nicely updated Studio in beautiful Allegheny West!

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Police Corral Cows That Wander Onto Ohio Highway
COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (AP) — Police early Wednesday had to corral three cows that wandered onto a highway in southern Ohio. The bovines were spotted around 3 a.m. and officers from Green and Colerain townships had to close the ramp from westbound Inter

Plans For Downtown Target Store On Pittsburgh Planning Commission’s Agenda
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Discussions about Target moving into the old Macy’s and Kaufmann’s building downtown are on the agenda for the Pittsburgh Planning Commission’s upcoming meeting. Target confirmed in July it had plans to come to

Report: Former Jeannette Football Coach Joe Mucci Passes Away From COVID-19
By: KDKA-TV News Staff JEANNETTE, Pa. (KDKA) — Former long-time Jeannette City School District football coach Joe Mucci has died from complications of coronavirus. According to the Trib, Mucci was able to attend the WPIAL championship game just last mont

CDC Urges Americans To Stay Home For The Holidays Or Get Tested Twice
PITTSBURGH (AP/KDKA) – Health officials on Wednesday urged Americans to stay home over the upcoming holiday season and consider getting tested for coronavirus before and after if they do decide to travel. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Preve

COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: With 10% Of Its Workforce In Quarantine, City Working To Ensure Uninterrupted Service
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The City of Pittsburgh says about 10% of its workforce is currently in quarantine. The city said in a release Wednesday that numbers are constantly changing, but about 10% of its 3,300-person workforce is quara

3 Women With Disabilities Sue Allegheny County Jail Alleging Brutal Assault By Sergeant
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Three formerly incarcerated women with disabilities filed a lawsuit against the Allegheny County Jail claiming a sergeant there brutally assaulted them. The lawsuit was filed on Tuesday in federal court. The suit claims this sergeant,

COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Dept. Announces 8,291 New Cases, 194 More Deaths
By: KDKA-TV News StaffHARRISBURG (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 8,291 new cases of Coronavirus and 194 additional deaths. The statewide total number of cases has risen to 375,431 since Tuesday’s report, according to the state’

Pittsburgh Steelers Put Maurkice Pouncey On Reserve/COVID-19 List; Game Against Baltimore Ravens Reportedly Officially ‘A Go’
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Steelers are putting Maurkice Pouncey on the reserve/COVID-19 list before Wednesday afternoon’s game against the Ravens, which is reportedly officially on.The game, which Adam Schefter reports a source says is officially

CDC Decreasing COVID-19 Quarantine Time From 14 To 7-10 Days
(CNN) — The Director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, informed Vice President Mike Pence and White House Coronavirus Task Force members on Tuesday that the CDC will soon issue new guidelines reducing the number o

Pittsburgh Police Chief Joins In On Friendly Snowball Fight With Kids
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Pittsburgh police Chief Scott Schubert joined kids for a friendly snowball fight in the park Tuesday. Pittsburgh police said on Twitter Chief Schubert was “walking the beat” in Regent Square after the first big

‘Tennis Is Booming’: USTA’s Leah Friedman On The Rise Of Tennis Racquet Sales During COVID-19
(CBS Local)– Sports around the country and around the world have been impacted by the COVID-19 global pandemic, but one sport that has seen a jolt in popularity this year is tennis. The socially distanced nature of the sport has provided people of all ag


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 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): "Pictures of perfection, as you know, make me sick and wicked," observed Sagittarian author Jane Austen. She wrote this confession in a letter to her niece, Fanny, whose boyfri

COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 508 New Cases, 10 Additional Deaths
By: KDKA-TV News StaffPITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 508 new Coronavirus cases and 10 additional deaths. Of today’s newly reported cases, 449 are confirmed from 1,270 PCR tests. There are 59 probable cases. “New ca

PennDOT Wants Feedback On Winter Weather Road Conditions
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Now that we’ve had our first taste of wintry weather, PennDOT is looking for your feedback. If you live or drive through Armstrong, Butler, Clarion, Indiana or Jefferson counties, they want to hear from you. PennDOT put out a survey o

Stimulus Package Update: Lawmakers Announce Bipartisan Coronavirus Relief Plan
(CBS Detroit) — Centrist lawmakers from both parties have announced a $908 billion plan to address COVID relief, even as Democrats and Republicans remain far apart on a second stimulus package. The plan, revealed Monday, would help state and local governm

PTL Links: December 2, 2020
Mercer County Is The Perfect Place For Holiday ShoppingThe holiday shopping season in Mercer County is already underway, drawing scores of people who are searching for great holiday gifts and hoping to pick up some fantastic items for themselves, too.

PennDOT Extends Expiration Date Of Commercial Driver Licenses And Learner’s Permits
By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) – On Wednesday, PennDOT announced that the expiration dates for commercial driver licenses and commercial learner’s permits will be extended in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Commercial learner’s p

Driver Dies In Head-On Collision In Indiana County
By: KDKA-TV News Staff INDIANA COUNTY (KDKA) – The driver of a truck is dead following a head-on collision in Indiana County. The county coroner identified the driver as Joel Bundy. Bundy was driving his truck on Route 56 near United Schools on Tuesday

Moon Township Office Building Without Power Due To Transformer Issues
By: KDKA-TV News Staff MOON TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Firefighters were called to a commercial building in Moon Township early on Wednesday morning. According to the property manager of the building on Rouser Road, smoke was seen inside, coming from the buildin

Pittsburgh Weather: Snow Wraps Up, Cold Start To The Day
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – While the snow is wrapping up on Wednesday morning, some flurries can’t be ruled out, most accumulating snow is over. What a snow day Tuesday was, many areas recorded more than six inches of snow for the day. Photo Credit: KDKA Weat

Seven Days in Pittsburgh: Dec. 3-9

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 Photo: Gregory Halpern (left), Kraken Apothecary (right)
 Left: Ta-Nehisi Coates, see Mon., Dec. 7 Right: Herbal body care by Kraken Apothecary, part of Craftivist 2020, see Sat.

Black-led Community Spotlight: Cultivating Resilient Youth

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 CP Photo: Lake Lewis
 Nikkia Ingram, founder and executive director of Cultivating Resilient Youth
 Since the beginning of the pandemic, Nikkia Ingram has been on call 24

Pittsburgh’s Latino immigrant community reacts to Biden’s win with optimism, realism

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 CP Photo: Lake Lewis
 Monica Ruiz, executive director of Casa San Jose
 Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, which saw many people in Pittsburgh take to

Restaurant Review: Mediterra Café in Mt. Lebanon

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 CP Photo: Maggie Weaver
 In mid-August, Fairlane in Mt. Lebanon became another restaurant casualty of the pandemic. But soon after the modern American restaurant officially closed it

Alexis Johnson’s lawsuit against the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette could set precedent for media being immune against race-based discrimination

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 CP Photo Illustration: Abbie Adams. CP Photo Source: Lisa Cunningham.
 According to her lawsuit, former Pittsburgh Post-Gazette journalist Alexis Johnson met with then-managing edito

City Theatre debuts first filmed stage production with "Claws Out: A Holiday Drag Musical"

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 Shua Potter and Monteze Freeland in Claws Out: A Holiday Drag Musical
 The holidays are all about peace and togetherness, showing family a

Family Fun At Home: Do-It-Yourself Projects To Keep Kids And Parents Entertained
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – So we are captive in our homes with the four walls closing in and nowhere to find separation, even from those we love. So how do you bring down the heat on the pressure? How about a little creativity? Amanda Mushro is a mother of thre

Steelers And Ravens Wednesday Afternoon Matchup Set To Make History
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – So many want this game to be played, from the fans to the players. But we know there are no guarantees, especially when the game has been rescheduled so many times already. Exclusive video from KDKA shows the Baltimore Ravens Tuesday

Pennsylvania Fishing Licenses For 2021 Season On Sale
By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) – Looking for activities to get you out of the house? Good news – Pennsylvania fishing licenses for the 2021 season are now on sale. Each license costs just under $23 and can be purchased in-person or online. A

Wilkinsburg Police Offering Gift Cards At Gun Buyback Event
By: KDKA-TV News Staff WILKINSBURG (KDKA) – Wilkinsburg Police are trading gift cards for guns. This Saturday at a gun buyback event a the Wilkinsburg Borough Building, residents can trade in their guns for Giant Eagle gift cards and others. Trading in

Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro Warns Of Online Holiday Scams
By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG (KDKA) – It’s the wonderful time of year where people give back to others and celebrate the season through charity. However, that also means scammers trying to take advantage of those good deeds. Pennsylvania Attorney

WQED-FM Goes Off-Air Due To Transmission Line Damage
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – It has been radio silence for WQED-FM for the past couple of days. According to the station, its transmission line was damaged about 350 feet up at their tower in Oakland. The transmission line will likely not

COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: In-Person Classes Resume At Serra Catholic High School
By: KDKA-TV News Staff MCKEESPORT (KDKA) – In-person classes will resume today at Serra Catholic High School but winter sports are currently on hold. According to the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh, all practices, games, and extracurricular activities a

Three People Injured In Ambulance Crash In Fayette County
By: KDKA-TV News Staff LUZERNE TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – An ambulance crashed into a car on Craftmore Road in Luzerne Township, Fayette County. Medics were responding to a call at the time of the collision. Three people suffered minor injuries. The crash was

W. Va. Police Officer Hospitalized After Being Shot
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A police officer in West Virginia was shot Tuesday while responding to a parking complaint, and a suspect also was wounded, police said. Charleston Police Chief Tyke Smith identified the patrol officer as Cassie Johnson. Both Joh

COVID-19 In Butler County: ‘Strike Team’ Testing Center Delay Frustrates County Leaders
By: KDKA-TV’s Jennifer BorrassoBUTLER, Pa. (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is sending “strike teams” to set up coronavirus testing centers throughout the state. RELATED STORY: Health Department Deploying 5 ‘Regional Testing Strike Teams’ Th

Officials Respond After Vehicle Plunges 100 Feet Over Hillside In Jefferson Hills
By: KDKA-TV News Staff JEFFERSON HILLS, Pa. (KDKA) — Officials are on the scene after a vehicle went approximately 100 feet over a hillside in Jefferson Hills. Allegheny County said the crash happened on Tuesday night on the 1400 block of state Route 885

Former Steelers QB Charlie Batch And MSA Team Up For Toy Drive
By: KDKA-TV News Staff Cranberry, Pa. (KDKA) — MSA teamed up with former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch and his foundation to host a holiday toy drive. (Photo Credit: KDKA) The event took place Tuesday at MSA’s corporate center in Cranberry. The goal

Police: West Virginia Man Shoots Wife In Back Of Head After Accusing Her Of Cheating
LENORE, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia man has been accused of shooting his wife in the back of her head after accusing her of cheating on him during an argument. Jason Gillman’s wife told Mingo County Sheriff’s deputies that the argument had turned into a

Hussey Copper Charged With Illegally Polluting Ohio River
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Federal prosecutors have charged Hussey Copper with illegally polluting the Ohio River. The Leetsdale copper company is facing felony charges under the Clean Water Act. U.S. Attorney Scott Brady said Hussey Copp

Report: 2 More Baltimore Ravens Test Positive For COVID-19 Ahead Of Pittsburgh Steelers Game
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Ahead of their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens reportedly had two more positive coronavirus tests Tuesday. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports per sources that Baltimore’s flight to Pittsburgh is leaving and the gam

How To Help Others In Need On Giving Tuesday
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is known as Giving Tuesday.Launched back in 2012, hundreds of millions of people are encouraged to dig deep into their hearts and wallets to do something good for somebody else. In 2020, this day of givin

Failure To Shovel Snow Off Your Sidewalk Risks Fines And Lawsuits
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The first snow of the season also means it’s time to pull out the shovels and snowblowers.And it’s not just about making it easier to get your car out or walk your dog. In most areas, cleaning your sidewalks is the law. “Within 24 hour

10-Vehicle Crash In Hill District Closes Portion Of Bigelow Boulevard
By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A 10-vehicle crash has closed a portion of Bigelow Boulevard. Officials say the crash happened Tuesday in front of Frank Curto Park in the Hill District’s Crawford-Roberts neighborhood. There are minor injuries

CDC’s Advisory Committee On Immunization Practices Holds Emergency Meeting About Coronavirus Vaccine
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices met Tuesday on an emergency basis because emergency use authorization for a COVID-19 vaccine could be coming soon.“We now have two different vaccines — one from Pfizer and one from

New report shows how disproportionately Black people in Pittsburgh are incarcerated, arrested, and confronted by police

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 Allegheny County Jail
 The Abolitionist Law Center (ALC) released a report today outlining their findings that show stark imbalances in how disp

Shop from a variety of Black-owned small businesses at latest Downtown Pittsburgh holiday pop-up

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 This year has driven a lot of holiday shoppers online in an effort to avoid crowds as the coronavirus sees yet another spike. But for those who still want that in-person experience, and want to support local

Monongahela Restaurant That Went Viral For Halloween Decorations Unveils This Year’s Christmas Display
By: KDKA-TV News Staff MONONGAHELA, Pa. (KDKA) – A Mon City restaurant is bringing the Christmas cheer with its famous holiday decorations. Angelo’s II is back at it again. They went viral last year for their Halloween decorations, and they’ve just put u

State Human Services Dept. Offering Mental Health Services To Active Duty Military And Veterans
By: KDKA-TV News Staff HARRISBURG, Pa. (KDKA) — This year has been difficult one for many people, and the holidays can bring on even more unwanted stress. The Wolf Administration says active duty military members, veterans and their loved ones may experi

Crews Concerned Wind And Dropping Temps Could Lead To Icy Roads
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – For the first time this season, public works crews around the area hit the roads early to clean the snow Old Man Winter left behind. Crews were well-supplied for the task.“With the winter that we had last year, we actually didn’t use a
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