Police Chief Says He's Not Aware Of Beyoncé Concert BoycottAn upcoming Beyoncé concert is causing controversy in Pittsburgh.
EXCLUSIVE: Former Sergeant Accused Of Assault Speaks OutA former Pittsburgh Police sergeant, accused of using excessive force, has been ordered by a judge to stand trial on charges of simple assault and official oppression.
NFL Releases Steelers’ 2016 Regular Season ScheduleThe NFL has released their 2016 regular season schedule, and the Pittsburgh Steelers will be kicking off the season on the road against the Washington Redskins.
North Shore Development Leaving Few Available ParcelsThe focus of a Monday meeting between Steelers executives and local officials at Heinz Field was development on the North Shore.
Former Police Sgt. Accused In Scuffle Indicted By Federal Grand JuryA former Pittsburgh Police sergeant, accused of using excessive force, has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of deprivation of civil rights and falsification of a record.
Shady Side Academy Hosts World Debate ChampionshipsThe prestigious World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championship, now in its 28th year, brings together talented students from 11 countries.
Guns ‘N Roses Coming To Heinz Field In JulyGuns ‘N Roses is bringing its reunion tour to Heinz Field this summer.
Hundreds Of Vets Turn Out For Job Fair At Heinz FieldHundreds of veterans turned out Thursday for a special job fair at Heinz Field focused on this region's vets and the special skills they offer.
Heinz Field Hosting Job Fair For Veterans, Military MembersA job fair is being held Thursday for veterans, military members and spouses.
Date Announced For Game Between Penguins & Flyers At Heinz FieldThe date for the first of two outdoor matchups between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers has been announced.
March For Babies To Benefit Premature InfantsPeople gathered Friday to gear up for an event that benefits babies born prematurely.
Public Safety Director Upholds Firing Of Sgt. Accused In ScufflePittsburgh’s Public Safety director has upheld the firing of a police officer accused of roughing up a young man outside Heinz Field last fall.

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