Top Pittsburgh news: Sorority suspended after alleged hazing; homicide charge dropped; more

Top Pittsburgh news: Sorority suspended after alleged hazing; homicide charge dropped; more
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By Hoodline - Published on February 21, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Pittsburgh.

Following Democratic committee snub, Jessica Benham endorsed by local trades union

Disability-rights advocate Jessica Benham (D-South Side) has been running for Pennsylvania state House District 36 for several months and picked up a number of Democratic endorsements along the way, including Pittsburgh City Council President Theresa Kail Smith (D-West End) and state Sen. Lindsey Williams (D-West View).

Read the full story on Pittsburgh City Paper.

For the first time ever, East End Brewing Company's hard cider is available outside its taproom

This weekend, East End Brewing Company's hard cider will be available outside the confines of its taproom for the first time ever. 

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University of Pittsburgh sorority accused of hazing new members

The University of Pittsburgh has suspended one of its sororities, because of alleged hazing.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh Police’s comfort dog, Zane, celebrates first birthday

Pittsburgh’s cutest comfort dog just celebrated a birthday.

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Attempted homicide charge against woman accused of stabbing NFL free agent, Terrelle Pryor, dropped

She was accused of stabbing Terrelle Pryor at the Heinz Lofts apartment complex in the North Side after an argument.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.


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