The incident happened in a parking lot behind the 400 block of Larimer Avenue.
Police said the man ended up going to a location on nearby Mayflower Street seeking help after he was shot.
“There were multiple calls for gunshot victims. when we got here we found a woman, and a male a couple blocks away with a gunshot wound to the face,” Pittsburgh Police Spokesman Chris Togneri said.
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PITTSBURGH – A man was in critical condition Monday after being stabbed on Federal Street.
Investigators said a man was stabbed in the stomach. The stabbing scene was about three blocks from Allegheny General Hospital.
Police said there have not been any arrests in the case.
— Gabriella DeLuca (@GabriellaDeLuca) June 3, 2019
When the 31-year-old got wind of the concession stand switch up earlier this week, he started a petition on Change.org to bring the city’s much-loved Heinz ketchup back to the park for its 121st season.
“THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE!” he wrote in his online plea to supporters on May 25. “Blasphemy!”
we must keep Pittsburgh’s best Ketchup at Kennywood! https://t.co/oVbdb3gYxj
— Heart of Pittsburgh (@HeartofPgh) May 30, 2019
With Heinz and Kennywood being such huge staples in Pittsburgh, Mr. Koz said he found it odd that the two entities had parted ways.
Willie Hayes, 46, of Sharpsburg has been charged with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and ethnic intimidation for what Port Authority police allege was a racially motivated attack inside the Wood Street T subway station Downtown, Saturday evening.
The victim was rescued from the tracks and not hit by any light rail vehicle. Port Authority security cameras captured what happened but it was images from cameras on the North Shore that helped identify the suspect.
Huge traffic tie-ups were reported in the affected areas.
FRANKLIN PARK, PA -Downed power lines from this afternoon’s storms forced the closure of the Parkway North northbound at the Mt. Nebo Road exit and I-79 at the Route 910 interchange. I-279 also was closed northbound at the Camp Horne Road exit.
PITTSBURGH (AP) —
A series of shootings in Pittsburgh have left four people wounded.
The first occurred just before 3 a.m. Friday. Police responding to reports of shots fired in the Cultural District found a man shot in the back. He was taken to a hospital and was in stable condition.A short time later, police responding to reports of shots fired at the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Center found at least two bullet holes in the building. They soon learned a woman who apparently had been shot there was driven to a hospital in a private car riddled with bullet holes.
The third shooting occurred in the Allentown section. Officers responding to an alert from the city’s gunfire detection system found two wounded men, one who was struck in the arm and the other was hit in the leg.
PITTSBURGH – The 2019 Pennsylvania May primary election was Tuesday. We’re following the latest developments as results come in from across the state.
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UPDATE: 10:35 p.m.: Bethany Hallam has defeated incumbent John DeFazio for Allegheny County Council. Hallam is a 29-year-old office manager who struggled with addiction to prescription opioids and spent time in jail.
UPDATE: 10:24 p.m.: Turahn Jenkins has conceded the Democratic primary for Allegheny County District Attorney to incumbent Stephen Zappala.
UPDATE: 9:33 p.m.: A source tells Channel 11 that Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Darlene Harris has conceded to Bobby Wilson for their North Side district.
Hepatitis A is a liver infection, caused by the virus and it spreads from person-to-person after someone puts something in their mouth that has been contaminated with the fecal matter of a person infected with the virus.
People at risk for contracting the virus are:
- A person that has encountered a person with hepatitis A
- People who use intravenous drugs
- Men that have sex with other men
Symptoms are mild and can last several weeks. More severe infections could last several months and many people infected do not experience any symptoms.
The alleged gunman, identified as Brandon Noel, 21, of McKeesport, was arrested on charges that include attempted homicide and aggravated assault, District Attorney Stephen Zappala said Thursday morning.
Other suspects were identified as Treysaun Lockett-Tillman and Jared Ogrosky, both 21 and of McKeesport; Jamaal Abdul-Rabb, 22, of Turtle Creek; Fordery Andre Morris IV, 20, of McKeesport; and Brandon Murphy, 23, of McKeesport. Dockets indicate all five are charged with felony riot and misdemeanor simple assault and disorderly conduct. All except Murphy were in custody.
The man who died was found inside the car, police said. He was identified by the Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office as 30-year-old Joshua Wine, of Zelienople.
Investigators said the car was coming from Reedsdale Street before the driver lost control and crashed on the ramp.
The onramp and Allegheny Avenue were closed while investigators processed the scene.
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The incline has been out of service since Feb. 4 to repair damage caused by flooding. On Jan. 19, a Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority water main that runs along Grandview Avenue in Mt. Washington broke, flooding the upper station and forcing it to close for five days.
Two weeks later, that same water main broke in two separate locations causing extensive damage.
“I want to thank the residents and businesses in the Hilltop communities, especially those in Mt. Washington, who have been extremely patient over the last three months,” Port Authority of Allegheny County Development Officer David Huffaker said in a news release. “Closing the incline for an extended period of time certainly was difficult, but for safety reasons had to be done.”
Inspectors from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry authorized the reopening of the incline Thursday afternoon
PITTSBURGH – A car was left mangled after it crashed off Route 51 and slammed into a building early Thursday morning in Pittsburgh.
Two people have been hospitalized as a result of the crash, which was reported about 3:30 a.m. on Route 51 in the area of Woodruff Street.
Emergency responders had to extricate the car’s driver and passenger, both of whom were last listed in critical condition at a Pittsburgh hospital, officials said.