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Police & Fire
Numerous police departments from across the South Hills are planning to participate in roving DUI patrols this weekend.
The Sewickley man allegedly took donation jars meant for cancer patients and area volunteer fire departments. One of the alleged thefts took place at the Panera Bread on Green Tree Road.
Laurie "Larry" McDonald, the Bridgeville man who went missing Thursday night, has been found dead in Edgewood.
Bridgeville police are searching for an 81-year-old Larry McDonald after he went missing Thursday.
Collier Township police are warning vendors at Trader Jack’s Flea Market to keep a close eye on their merchandise after two jewelry thefts in four weekends.
A new movie is being released Saturday night in Bethel Park to raise awareness about police officers in this area, including Brookline, who have died in the line of the duty.
A tractor-trailer barreled through the concrete median on I-376 near Carnegie before crashing into cars and causing major traffic back-ups in both directions Friday morning.
Numerous first responders, medics, 911 dispatchers and other organizations will be at the fair.
The nearly six-hour hostage standoff at Three Gateway Center in Pittsburgh has ended peacefully. The hostage is safe and suspect in police custody.
The scam artists targeted the Eat’n Park restaurant in Kirwan Heights and stole $100.
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