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Neighbors, Friends Build Makeshift Memorial For Marshall-Shadeland Fire Victims

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A small, makeshift memorial of stuffed animals and flowers sat outside a Marshall-Shadeland home Monday evening, hours after a fast-moving fire ripped through the duplex, killing two children. 198 more words


From The Vault: Chicago Baseball - Where Should Our Loyalties Lie?

Originally published in May 2013

Ed. note — I believe in transparency, so I’ll admit right away that this is a rabble-rousing post (rabble, rabble… 1,423 more words

2 Children Dead, 3 Injured In Marshall-Shadeland Fire

NORTH SIDE (KDKA) – A massive fire in the city’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood has left two children dead and three other people injured.

According to officials at the scene, the fire broke out in a row house in the 2400 block of Sorrell Street just after 10 a.m. 289 more words


Alien Landscapes: Color Run Cleanup

You’ve seen them–heck, maybe you’ve been them. (Generally) young people in sunglasses and jogging outfits with wild random splashes of color criss-crossing the full lengths of their persons. 404 more words

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Bellevue Hoping Art Will Lure Business Back To Town

BELLEVUE (KDKA) — Lincoln Avenue in Bellevue is a stroll through years past. The Lincoln Barbershop just turned fifty. Fred Dietz Florist has been selling bouquets for 57 years. 276 more words


Then and Now, Division-Crosby

Our location is just east of Halsted Street.  In 1953 Ogden Avenue crossed through the area on a viaduct.  The neighborhood was mostly industrial then.  Low-rise public housing was already in place to the south, and construction of high-rises was about to begin to the north—the result would be the Cabrini-Green Homes. 34 more words


Escaped Vulture Returns To National Aviary

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The hooded vulture that flew away from the National Aviary this week returned to its home Saturday afternoon.

Officials with the National Aviary say the hooded vulture voluntarily flew to his trainers around 12:30 p.m. 65 more words