Pentagon: U.S. Dropped Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb In AfghanistanThe Pentagon says U.S. forces in Afghanistan dropped the military's largest non-nuclear bomb on an Islamic State target in Afghanistan.
US Military: Blast At Afghan Air Base Kills 4 AmericansAn explosion at a U.S. airfield in Afghanistan early Saturday morning killed four people, the U.S. military said.
Westmoreland Co. Native Killed In AfghanistanA Westmoreland County native was one of the two Americans killed this week in Afghanistan.
Obama To Leave About 8,400 Troops In Afghanistan At Year-EndPresident Barack Obama said Wednesday the U.S. will leave 8,400 troops in Afghanistan when he completes his term, down slightly from the current number but well up from the 5,500 he announced previously, arguing America's interests depend on helping Afghanistan's struggling government fight continuing threats from the Taliban and others.
Ford City Holds Annual 5K, Includes Troops In AfghanistanFor nearly three decades the town of Ford City has marked Independence Day Weekend with a family tradition.
Police Investigating After Marine Vet Killed In AliquippaPolice have been trying to figure out who shot a decorated Marine veteran along the street in his western Pennsylvania hometown.
KDKA Investigates: Local Wounded Warrior Project's Effectiveness QuestionedA recent investigation determined that the Wounded Warrior Project spent less than 60 percent of its donations on vet programs.
Punishments But No Criminal Charges In US Attack On HospitalA U.S. gunship attack on a hospital in Afghanistan that killed 42 people occurred because of human errors, process errors and equipment failures and none of the crew knew they were striking a trauma center.
WV Native Reportedly Among 6 Airmen Killed In Afghan Plane CrashA U.S. Air Force C-130J military transport plane crashed overnight at an air base in eastern Afghanistan, killing six American airmen and five civilians on the aircraft, the U.S. military said Friday.
Utility Companies Change Stance, Will Allow Banners To Honor Fallen HeroesLocal utility companies have changed their policy, and say they will now allow a Butler County town to honor their fallen military members.
Utility Companies Change Stance, Will Allow Banners To Honor Fallen HeroesA controversy is brewing in Butler County where residents want to honor fallen military members like other communities do.
Threatening Letter Prompts Temporary Closure Of Controversial RestaurantA takeout restaurant in Pittsburgh's Oakland section that serves food from countries at odds with the United States has temporarily closed following a threatening letter.