A fire truck rolls into a parking lot on the CCAC Allegheny campus, to join police officers and North Side youngsters in a summer camp called “Cops and Kids.”
There’s a new officer on the Pittsburgh Police force. He’s a K-9 and he’s ready to begin training.
Almost every day, first responders put their lives on the line. Their K-9 partners do the same. Now, a new class is training emergency workers to treat injured working dogs.
“Rocco’s Law” is closer to becoming reality.
Four people are in custody after a brazen hold up at a local convenience store.
The death of a Pittsburgh Police K-9 officer last month has raised the issue of why those dogs don’t have protective vests.
Mayor Bill Peduto’s office announced Friday that the Pittsburgh Foundation is taking donations for The Officer Rocco K-9 Memorial Fund, which will be used to benefit police K-9 units.
Two men are behind bars Friday morning, after an overnight chase from McKees Rocks to the Fairywood section of Pittsburgh.
North Huntingdon’s three K-9 officers now have bulletproof and stab-resistant vests.
Snieper, Mt. Lebanon’s officer, is trained to stop a bad guy, but for his handler he’s more than just a police dog.
A Pittsburgh police K-9 that was injured in line of duty is continuing to recover at the Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty Emergency Center.
A green blanket comforts Rocco as a team of veterinarians tend to him in the ICU at the Pittsburgh Veterinary and Specialty Emergency Center.
Three Pittsburgh police officers and a K-9 were injured Tuesday night while police tried to arrest a wanted man.
The alleged suspects in a Jeannete home invasion probably thought it would be an easy hit.