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UPMC threatens to cut off Medicare Advantage access beginning next year
Pennsylvania
UPMC is threatening to lock Highmark’s Medicare Advantage customers out of its hospitals and clinics starting Jan. 1, a move Pennsylvania’s governor calls an “unacceptable” violation of UPMC’s commitment to keep senior citizens out of the crossfire between the two Pittsburgh health rivals.
April 14 2015
Conviction upheld for mom who drowned son, 2, at hotel
Sharon, Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has upheld the conviction of a West Virginia woman serving a life sentence for drowning her 2-year-old son in a Pittsburgh-area hotel bathtub.
April 07 2015
Best hospital in Pittsburgh? Depends on which ranking is used
Pennsylvania
You’ve seen the placard on the side of Port Authority buses: UPMC makes U.S. News and World Report’s honor roll of best hospitals. In the South Hills, a billboard on Banksville Road proclaims St. Clair Hospital in Mt. Lebanon among America’s top 100 hospitals.
April 02 2015
UPMC joins in hospice, home-care consolidation
Pennsylvania
The cost and regulatory pressures that are forcing consolidation within the larger health care industry are also causing consolidation in the highly fragmented hospice and home-care industries — a phenomenon now playing out in Pittsburgh.
April 02 2015
Mumia Abu-Jamal ailing, supporters say
Philadelphia, pennsylvania
A lawyer representing Mumia Abu-Jamal said the former death-row inmate was hospitalized Monday for an undisclosed reason. Bret Grote, legal director for the Pittsburgh-based Abolitionist Law Center, said he and a small group of supporters were told by staff at Schuylkill Medical Center that Abu-Jamal was a patient there.
March 31 2015
Man convicted of 3rd-degree murder in 2013 slaying
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A man has been convicted of third-degree murder in a retrial in the shooting death of a man pulled off a western Pennsylvania party bus two years ago.
March 30 2015
Suspect Acquitted In 2005 Murder Of Man Playing Dice Game
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
A western Pennsylvania man has been acquitted of all charges in the shooting death of a man gunned down while playing dice games in the street in a Pittsburgh-area borough a decade ago.
March 30 2015
Man acquitted in 2005 murder of man playing dice game
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man has been acquitted of all charges in the shooting death of a man gunned down while playing dice games in the street in a Pittsburgh-area borough a decade ago.
March 28 2015
Weathersfield police officer fires shots after cruiser is struck
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 26 2015
New trial underway in murder of Pittsburgh woman found dead in 2004
Pennsylvania
A Pittsburgh man is on trial again in the murder of a woman whose body was found in the basement of a vacant Spring Garden home more than a decade ago.
March 26 2015
Retrial begins in murder of woman found in basement in 2004
Farrell, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man is on trial again in the murder of a woman whose body was found in the basement of a vacant Pittsburgh house more than a decade ago.
March 25 2015
Federal marshals shoot Arnold man in shoulder as he tries to flee Uniontown home
Pennsylvania
A Westmoreland County man was taken to a Pittsburgh hospital with a shoulder wound Monday morning as a result of being shot by a federal ...
March 24 2015
Under Health Care Act, Tax Filers Find Costly Complications
Pennsylvania
© Jeff Swensen for The New York Times J.C. Ciesielski, 34, prepared his taxes with Richard Matthews, an accountant at Just Harvest Tax Center, in Pittsburgh this month. Mr. Ciesielski had to repay part of his health care subsidy after not adjusting his income.
March 24 2015
Authorities ID man, 82, dead after Lawrence County fire
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 24 2015
Arlene M. Sidlovsky
Virginia
Arlene M. Sidlovsky (nee Yaremko), 76, of Lorain, passed away on the morning of Friday, March 20, 2015 while a resident of the Avon Place Care Center. Mrs. Sidlovsky was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 4, 1938 and had been a resident of Lorain since 1963, she had previously resided in Amherst. Arlene was Read More... The post Arlene M. Sidlovsky appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram ...
March 23 2015
Vincent van Gogh painting on display in Youngstown
Youngstown, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 23 2015
New $100,000 Salvation Army Disaster Response Unit, Donated By UnitedHealthcare To Be Unveiled Duri
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, March 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On Saturday, March 14th, The Salvation Army of Western Pennsylvania will be unveiling its new custom $100,000 Disaster Response Unit (DRU) to the public during ...
March 23 2015
Pennsylvania mall shooting suspect ordered to stand trial
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A 17-year-old charged with shooting three people at a crowded mall in suburban Pittsburgh was ordered Wednesday to stand trial on attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other charges.
March 23 2015
Western Pennsylvania's First Robotic-Assisted Hip and Knee Surgeries Performed at Allegheny Hea
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- via PRWEB - Orthopaedic surgeons at Allegheny Health Network have performed the region's first robotic-assisted total-hip and partial-knee replacements using a state-of-the- art interactive ...
March 23 2015
One person dead after Mahoning Township fire
Home, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 23 2015
Ted Cruz Tweets that he's running for president
Home, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 23 2015
Authorities seek Youngstown man accused of severely punishing children
Home, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 23 2015
Wildlife researcher: Ohio bald eagle population is thriving
Home, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 22 2015
Compromise close on Lake Erie algae legislation
Home, Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two western Pennsylvania police officers dispatched to investigate a traffic accident ended up helping to deliver a baby girl. Alan Freeman said he was driving his wife, Laurie, from their home in suburban Bethel Park to West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh early Saturday.
March 22 2015
Appeals court upholds new trial in firefighters' 1995 deaths
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH (AP) - An appeals court has upheld a western Pennsylvania judge's decision to grant a new trial to a man in the deaths of three Pittsburgh firefighters two decades ago.
March 21 2015
Court agrees to new trial in 1995 fire that killed three firefighters
Pennsylvania
The state Superior Court on Friday affirmed a lower-court decision last year awarding a new trial to the man convicted of killing three Pittsburgh firefighters in a 1995 Valentine’s Day fire.
March 21 2015
Sharon murder suspect jailed on $500,000 bond
Mercer, Pennsylvania
HERMITAGE, Pa. - The suspect in a weekend murder in Sharon is being held in the Mercer County jail on $500,000 bond. Michael Bagnall was arraigned before a district magistrate after U.S. Marshals picked him up in Pittsburgh on Monday.
March 17 2015
Inmate admits sending Obama letter threat to wrong address
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH — A man convicted of child molestation has admitted mailing a threatening letter from a western Pennsylvania prison to President Barack Obama — albeit to the wrong address. Joseph Savage pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to counts of threatening the president and threatening the president's family. Prosecutors say Savage was awaiting trial in Fayette County Prison in October ...
March 11 2015
2 to learn whether they'll stand trial in group home death
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh police say two teens are responsible for killing a third at a group home for troubled boys last month, and now a district judge must decide whether there's enough evidence to send those charges to adult court for trial.
March 09 2015
Cops: Baby apparently starves after mom's suspected overdose
Home, Pennsylvania
A 9-month-old boy found dead in a Pittsburgh-area apartment is believed to have starved after his mother died of an apparent overdose, leaving no one to care for him, authorities said Friday.
March 07 2015
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