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Police & Fire
The 22-year-old Dormont woman was killed in 1989 on her way home from a party in Mt. Lebanon—her mutilated body found in the backyard of a house on Voelkel Avenue near the light rail transit tracks.
The Upper St. Clair Police Department is participating in National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday.
A man who apparently used the fumes from a charcoal grill burning inside his home's bathroom to commit suicide forced police to evacuate an entire neighborhood next to Upper St. Clair.
The latest from the office of Magisterial District Judge Robert Wyda.
A federal judge sentenced Oliver Wynn Herndon to more than 11 years in prison Monday morning.
Do you know where any of these endangered runaways are today?
The nearly six-hour hostage standoff at Three Gateway Center in Pittsburgh has ended peacefully. The hostage is safe and suspect in police custody.
Follow Patch for a timeline of events as the hostage situation unfolds at the Gateway Center complex, Downtown.
A quick-change scam artist hit the Collier Township Giant Eagle last week and stole $150 from the clerk.
Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Fourth annual breakfast held Thursday at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh pays tribute to everyday people who have performed extraordinary deeds.
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