Two Marine Corps officers killed when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise in the Southern California desert were remembered Sunday as talented pilots.
In 2011 a young Marine just out of boot camp fought a different fight. The 17-year-old North Allegheny student wants to wear her Marine dress blues to her graduation ceremony, but was told she was not permitted to do so.
In Afghanistan, Lance Cpl. Cory Lemasters was asked by his superiors if he liked the Steelers.
Author Peter Savodnik studied in depth the life and experiences that Lee Harvey Oswald had while living in the Soviet Union.
Police have arrested a local veteran who is accused of approaching three middle school students in West Mifflin, claiming to be a police officer.
Alexis Vitale of Peters Township learned that her husband, Marine Corporal Doug Vitale, had stepped on an explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan. The couple has been inseparable since Doug entered a rehabilitation center in Tampa.
Marine Corporal Doug Vitale and wife, Alexis, married in Peters Township, had their lives turned upside down last September when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan.
A United States Marine, scholar, athlete and family man, 40-year-old Lt. Col. Christopher Raible was truly one of the few, the proud.
Volunteer builders told Marine veteran Joshua Caskey they’d make a few minor repairs on his home in Cranberry Township. Then they sent the former Staff Sergeant, and his family on vacation.
A man has been arrested for making a threat against police officers on Facebook. Police issued a BOLO for 26-year-old Kenneth Aquiline, a Marine from Penn Hills.
A Marine from Grove City got a lot of attention when he boldly asked Hollywood star Mila Kunis to be his date to the Marine Corps Ball.
A Marine from Grove City is gaining national attention — and quite possibly, a date with a celebrity, following an online appeal for the star to accompany him to the Marine Corps Ball.
Family, friends and community members are in mourning today as a Marine from Clarion County is being laid to rest.
A local Marine wore a cap and gown instead of her uniform dress blues during her high school graduation ceremony after all.
A 17-year-old Marine will be allowed to wear her Marine dress blues and walk across the stage at her high school graduation.