PITTSBURGH – A water main break has closed Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh.
Crews are working on a section between 13th and 14th streets
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Another tree fell in Pittsburgh’s Banksville neighborhood, this time landing on a car on Kirsopp Avenue. No one was in the car at the time.
The winds even ripped a sign off the Bruegger’s Bagels on South Aiken Avenue in Shadyside.
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PENN HILLS, Pa. —
A landslide pulled down trees and power lines, knocking out power to at least six homes and one business Wednesday. The slide closed Verona Road at Sandy Creek and Lincoln roads.
“The residents are in disbelief because they’ve never seen anything like that,” said Penn Hills Fire Marshal Chuck Miller.
A Pennsylvania man was arrested and found with two guns on him at the Rivers Casino on Saturday, according to police.
Police said security guards approached Charles Mitchell, of New Kensington, because he was acting erratically and incoherently near the valet area. Police said Mitchell kept pacing back and forth and kept putting his hand in his pocket.After multiple requests to stay calm and not walk away, police attempted to arrest him. Mitchell resisted arrest and continued trying to reach into his front pocket. The officer then felt a firearm in his pocket that Mitchell was reaching for.
Police found two loaded revolvers in man’s pocket
PITTSBURGH – McArdle Roadway in Pittsburgh will be closed Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure announced.
The closure is happening so that contractors can remove debris along the road between the Liberty Bridge and Grandview Avenue.
The work is being done as preventative maintenance on erosion of the hillside, officials said.
All vehicles must be removed by 7 p.m. Thursday