Top Pittsburgh news: Concerns about gun seizures at airport; students fight hair policy; more

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Grow Pittsburgh to keep Wilkinsburg's Garden Dreams alive

Founder Mindy Schwartz hands the reins to education-oriented nonprofit and the land to the Allegheny Land Trust.

Read the full story on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Pittsburgh Pittsburghed in Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh Penguins' Pittsburgh! Night

Sports teams have held themed nights for years in efforts to bring in more ticket sales, and last night at PPG Paints Arena, the Pittsburgh Penguins celebrated the city with its most Pittsburgh-y theme of all time: Pittsburgh! Night. (Yes, the exclamation mark is theirs.)

Read the full story on Pittsburgh City Paper.

Economic development in Pittsburgh must benefit people and neighborhoods, officials say

Mayor Bill Peduto and his administration want to shift the focus of economic development and investment in the city. Instead of relying on the Urban Redevelopment Authority to drive broad growth, city hall and city agencies must work together to ensure all Pittsburghers thrive, said Dan Gilman, the mayor’s chief of staff.

Read the full story on WESA.

Travelers concerned with number of gun seizures at Pittsburgh International Airport

A growing trend at airports has many travelers concerned.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh high school students fighting ‘outdated’ hair policy, claim it’s racially biased

An African American student at Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh was told to change his hair or go home.

Read the full story on Boston 25 News.

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