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Eviction Freeze is Up and Renters are Worried
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Eviction Freeze is Up and Renters are Worried

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Pennsylvania's eviction freeze ends tomorrow, July 10th. The temporary delay allowed residents suffering from the financial impact of COVID-19 to remain in their homes. Once the ban is lifted, landlords…

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Police Chief Kneels With Beechview Protesters

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“It felt like the right thing to do,” says Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert. Schubert and his police force kneeled in solidarity with protesters on Friday June 5th. The protests…

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Governor Wolf Announces Plan To Reopen State

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“Working together, we Pennsylvanians have flattened the curve,” said Governor Wolf at the opening of his Friday address. During the delivery of his statement, he announced the easing of stay…

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Nellie Bly Statue Coming To Pittsburgh International Airport
ca. 1900 --- Here is a formal portrait of Nellie Bly (1867-1922), an American journalist and around the world traveler. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Nellie Bly Statue Coming To Pittsburgh International Airport

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On the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage, famed 19th-century journalist Nellie Bly receives a statue honoring her legacy in Pittsburgh International Airport. Her likeness will appear alongside the airport's two…

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Algorithms In Policing Examined By Special Task Force

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Pitt's Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security created a task force charged with human review of algorithms used in criminal justice and human services. Increasingly, governments turn to algorithms…

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Pittsburgh Most Prone to Holiday Scams

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PITTSBURGH, PA – Holiday scams are more common in Pittsburgh than anywhere else. According to the FBI, the city boasts an older population, who are more susceptible to scams.  …

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