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'Underwear Bike Ride' Kicks Off In Lawrenceville Thursday

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With new bike lanes everywhere, it was inevitable this event was coming to Pittsburgh: the Underwear Bike Ride.

You heard right.

“The Underwear Bike Ride is a monthly ride starting in May, and it goes through October in Pittsburgh,” Scott Kowalski of Deutschtown told KDKA money editor Jon Delano on Monday. 304 more words

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'Underwear Bike Ride' Kicks Off In Lawrenceville Thursday

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — With new bike lanes everywhere, it was inevitable this event was coming to Pittsburgh: the Underwear Bike Ride.

You heard right.

“The Underwear Bike Ride is a monthly ride starting in May, and it goes through October in Pittsburgh,” Scott Kowalski of Deutschtown told KDKA money editor Jon Delano on Monday. 319 more words

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Uber's Self-Driving Technology To Get 'Real World' Test

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Uber is stepping up their efforts in Pittsburgh to develop self-driving technology.

According to Uber’s blog, a futuristic-looking test car will be hitting the streets with two missions in mind. 264 more words

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Pat Toomey Calls For An End To Sanctuary Cities

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Whether you call them illegal aliens, undocumented immigrants, illegals, or refugees, U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey says some of those unlawfully in this country can pose a danger especially when arrested and released by local law enforcement. 329 more words

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Sign Dedication Held To Honor 3 Legends Of South Oakland

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Cathedral of Learning is certainly one of the iconic landmarks in and around Oakland, but a few blocks away is a neighborhood in South Oakland, where three people certainly started to make their mark on the world. 306 more words

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Local Group Working To Bring Awareness To Homeless LGBT Youth Issue

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There is a national effort to address teen homelessness among the LGBT population.

One organization in Pittsburgh is doing its part.

Their chant of 40 to none is quite simple. 326 more words

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Extra Police For Protests And Presidential Candidate Visits Cost Local Taxpayers

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — These days, any time a presidential candidate comes to town, expect a protest of some sort.

That certainly was the case when city officials called in additional police to keep protesters from disrupting lines of Trump supporters waiting to get into Soldiers & Sailors in Oakland and the Convention Center downtown. 294 more words

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