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Pa. Law Very Restrictive On Fireworks, Task Force Conducting Checks « CBS Pittsburgh
The Fourth of July means fireworks and tents are springing up throughout the region, begging the question: are they legal?
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Fourth of July: Independence, fireworks, beer - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Although more beer is sold on the Fourth of July than any other holiday weekend in the U.S., including St. Patrick’s Day and New Year’s Eve, according to the Beer Institute, Uncle Sam’s birthday is all about the fireworks. Many millions of pounds of fireworks are sold each year to celebrate Independence Day, according to American Family Care, a chain of walk-in medical clinics that calls the Fourth “the most dangerous American holiday weekend of ...
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Authorities warn of possible July 4 terrorist threats | Politics - WTAE Home
Authorities are warning of possible terrorist threats around the July 4 holiday, several law enforcement officials told CNN on Friday.
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Digital Trends: This six-lensed camera ball can give police a glimpse into dangerous situations.
A startup is releasing its first line of tactical camera spheres, which can be tossed into dangerous areas to send photos back to a smartphone.
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Reason: SCOTUS Overturns L.A. Law Allowing Police to Conduct Warrantless Searches of Hotel Guest Registries.
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Pennsylvania DUI Association: Car accidents in Pennsylvania.
Driving a car is not always very easy. Probably, you are a good driver but what makes things complicated is the fact that many drivers aren't as responsible. So, while driving your vehicle through the streets of Pennsylvania, you should always keep an eye on what the other drivers are going to ...
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Where can you park for Pittsburgh's July 4th fireworks? | Entertainment - WTAE Home
While familiar parking lots fill up, there are plenty of others that could have empty spaces -- but several streets in Mt. Washington will be closed.
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Pennsylvania fireworks: What's legal, what's not | Local News - WTAE Home
Some Pennsylvania lawmakers are proposing to change state law and allow consumers to buy certain types of fireworks that are currently illegal in the state.  But for now, the current strict rules still stand.
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Pittsburgh police solve fewer homicides | TribLIVE Mobile
Christopher Richardson died in a burst of gunfire Easter Sunday, not far from the Baptist church he attended that morning with his mother. Someone unloaded ...
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St. Vincent professor, students use interviews for drug addiction data
Eric Kocian is looking for answers. With the backdrop of people dying from drug overdoses in record numbers throughout Westmoreland County, he wants those answers ...
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Bigelow Boulevard Construction To Bring Congestion « CBS Pittsburgh
One of the biggest and potentially most disruptive road construction projects of the year gets under way Tuesday morning.
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Post-Gazette: A Ferris wheel comes to the Point for the Regatta.
At the World’s Fair of 1893, the original Ferris wheel thrilled visitors with a breathtaking, bird’s-eye view of a glistening white city made up of more than 200 buildings along Chicago’s lakefront. For its inventor, a brilliant, dashingly handsome engineer named George Washington Gale Ferris Jr., fame arrived 122 years ago when his 264-foot-high steel wheel was unveiled before a cheering public.  His invention’s enduring popularity is one reason...
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Good people can make bad choices. When bad choices result in criminal or injury problems, you must have a solution. Joseph A. Paletta, Esq. is a veteran trial lawyer having represented more than 10,000 clients in almost 25 years of practicing law. For reliable assistance, contact his office in Pittsburgh today.
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Jess RH
4 weeks ago
Joe was an incredible help when I needed it the most. He guided me through the entire process, answered all my millions of questions, kept me calm when I needed it, and was overall very patient and understanding. When you find yourself in a less-than-ideal situation that's scary and traumatizing, it's important to have someone by your side that will not just guide you, but offer you comfort as well. Joe and Aimee did just that. Thank you so much for all your help!
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Evan Ruby
8 months ago
Attorney Paletta helped me tremendously during one of the most difficult times in my life. From the first meeting to the last hearing, he and his staff helped me to understand each step of the court process and relieved me of a lot of stress that comes with any court proceeding. His paralegal, Aimee, was great to work with, knowledgeable, and extremely helpful with any questions I had between hearings. Before each important event, I was given all the details I needed on where to go, what I would need to bring, and what to wear so that I was as prepared as I could be and it made everything much less stressful and more manageable. I do not know what I would have done without their help and am very happy I decided to hire them for my case.
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