Saturday’s beautiful weather brought out about 60 bikers for the sixth annual Ride 4 Peace Unity Ride.
Escorted by Pittsburgh Police officers, a group of more than 100 people marched through the streets of Pittsburgh’s Sheraden neighborhood Saturday night.
Taniyah Thomas was remembered Wednesday by hundreds of people who packed the street in front of the Washington County Courthouse, urging an end to violence that has impacted so many communities.
Gun violence is spreading throughout Allegheny County’s suburbs.
A group of local parents honored the victims of that tragedy at a ceremony Downtown Saturday night.
Police are hoping to make an arrest soon in a shooting last weekend at a club in Homewood. Two people were killed there Sunday.
Lawmakers and Homewood residents came together Wednesday night for a community meeting to try and find a way to stop the violence.
School districts across the country are being forced to find new ways to protect students.
The stop the violence efforts of local community leaders continued this weekend in Clairton where dozens came together for an anti-violence rally and march.
Some flyers have been posted on utility poles in a Swissvale neighborhood, and not everyone is happy with them.
One man is in police custody after opening fire on another man on a street in Duquesne.
Over 70 percent of the time a minor is killed by a gun, the gun used was housed in that minor’s own home.
The city of Aliquippa is taking a stand against gun violence and they’re starting with legislators who make the laws to the people in the community.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey took to the floor of the Senate Wednesday afternoon to defend his scaled back bill to require background checks of some, but not all, gun purchases.
Local representatives of Mayors Against Illegal Guns tried to deliver petitions to U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s Pittsburgh office Friday morning, but it turned out to be more difficult than expected.