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Medical Marijuana Conference Brings People From All Over The World To Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — An artificial marijuana plant is the closest thing to pot you’ll get under the David L. Lawrence Convention Center roof this weekend. There’s not a joint in site. 345 more words


Unique Home In Squirrel Hill Aims To Lower Your Utility Bills

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — If high utility bills irritate you, you may want to check out a new home in Squirrel Hill.

Passive House building is pretty rare around here. 406 more words


Landslide Closes Hazelwood Road, Threatens Power Lines

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A landslide is threatening a home in Hazelwood.

The steady buzz of power saws is music to the ears of T.J. Spina. It means progress is being made clearing the trees and dirt piled up behind his house on Imogene Road. 232 more words


Attorney On O’Reilly’s Ouster: ‘What's Unusual… Is That It Took Them As Long As It Did’

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The biggest name in cable news Bill O’Reilly has been forced out at Fox after growing accusations of sexual harassment.

Fox put out a statement saying that after a careful review of the allegations, both he and the company have agreed that he will not return. 478 more words


Connellsville Library Overhauling Protocol After Man ODs In Bathroom

CONNELLSVILLE (KDKA) — An overhaul is underway at a library in Fayette County after a man overdosed in the bathroom.

The Carnegie Free Library in Connellsville is a place for reading and resources, so it was a shock to officials when a man reportedly overdosed on heroin in one of the bathrooms. 244 more words


Public Viewing Held At Heinz Field For Dan Rooney

PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – A public viewing was held at Heinz Field Monday afternoon for Pittsburgh Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney.

The event was held from 2 p.m. 596 more words


2 Women Caught Up In 'Sweetheart Scam' Share Story To Help Others

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As more people go online looking for love, scammers are taking advantage of them.

In fact, the FBI says in 2015, Americans lost nearly $200 million to so-called “sweetheart scams.” 489 more words