Chris Moore had on psychiatrist, Dr. Robert Okin to talk about his book, “Silent Voices: People with Mental Disorders on the Street.” He joined us on the phone to help us better empathize with homeless people living with mental disorders.
A man who is believed to be homeless is now behind bars, accused of grabbing a woman, pulling her into a secluded area on the North Side and raping her.
November 2009, the Mon Wharf landing enhancement project was dedicated — another step toward completing the Great Allegheny Passage from Washington D.C. to Pittsburgh.
The man accused of stabbing shoppers, including a 16-year-old girl, at the Target store in East Liberty last year was held for trial during a preliminary hearing today.
Like thousands of others, they have been busy this winter and spring training for the Dick’s Sporting Goods City of Pittsburgh Marathon.
Nine people find themselves without a place to live, after their apartment building was condemned.
It’s not your standard open house, but it’s an open house nonetheless. A couple touched by tragedy and a generous stranger are now joined by kindness and need.
In a house, along Wykes Street in Aliquippa, you can find hope if you look hard enough.
With temperatures dipping into single digits most people stay indoors, but Mike Sallows is not most people.
Two Pitt grad students – Quanisha Miller, of Chester, Pa. and Tyisha Williams, of Greenwood, S.C., were on a mission Monday night.
The “Red Door” on Stanwix Street is the oldest service St. Mary of Mercy Church provides to those in need.
Bitter cold is making its way to Pittsburgh early next week and furnaces will be on full power, and people will be under their blankets trying to keep warm.
For many of us, one of the staples of Christmas Day is getting together with family for a holiday meal.
Thanksgiving day at Light of Life Mission is about more than just a meal.
The holidays came early for nearly 400 Pittsburgh people who are homeless.