Investigators face big challenges now as they probe deeper into the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, they want to know why it happened and if others were involved.
Local runners, preparing for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon, are offering prayers and support for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev lay hospitalized under heavy guard Saturday as people across the Boston area breathed easier and investigators tried to piece together the who and why of the deadly plot.
Events and games at CONSOL Energy Center and PNC Park will now have tighter security following the bombings earlier this week at the Boston Marathon.
The bombings at the Boston Marathon are still fresh on everyone’s mind.
A law enforcement official briefed on the investigation says a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings is about to be arrested.
Pittsburgh police and the Allegheny County bomb squad have been called to the Cardello Building in downtown Pittsburgh after a suspicious package, allegedly containing a pressure cooker was discovered.
The Knicks should have their size back in time for their playoff opener, with Tyson Chandler and Kenyon Martin both on the mend.
Boylston Street and the marathon finish line have become Boston’s Ground Zero. Bostonians spent the day on Tuesday visiting the site that has changed their city forever.
For every runner the story is personal.
Blisters, cramps, dehydration, maybe a heart attack, but an explosion is generally not the first thing first responders prepare for when working a marathon.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Shakespeare said it well: “April is the cruelest month.” April 15 – an unforgettable tragedy Monday in Boston. April19, 1995 – Timothy McVeigh sets off a truck bomb in Oklahoma City. April […]
Following Wednesday’s game against Montreal, the Pens will play in Boston on Friday. It will likely be the first major sporting event in that city since the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge about the Boston Marathon bombings.
KDKA-TV’s Andy Sheehan had crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon just minutes before the blasts.