Stanton Heights. April 4, 2009. Three Pittsburgh police officers were gunned down, in a final act of heroism. But their names live on.
A college lacrosse player who was injured when her team’s bus veered off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and crashed is suing the bus company.
Many on the Seton Hill University campus mourned the loss of the women’s lacrosse coach who died Saturday in a bus crash.
An Indiana County community is in mourning this weekend following a devastating fire that claimed the lives of a child and woman and sent two others to the hospital with severe burns.
As the nation mourns, people in our area are left reeling by the tragedy in Connecticut.
The family of a Marine from Emsworth, who was killed in Iraq, is establishing a 5K run in his memory.
The zoo reopened to the public Tuesday, but the area where 2-year-old Maddox Derkosh fell into the African painted dogs exhibit has been cordoned off and the dogs are in quarantine for 30 days.
It’s been exactly one year since a deadly road rage incident in New Castle. On Thursday night, the victim was remembered by his family and friends.
Emotions ran high Sunday in Pittsburgh’s Hill District during a memorial for hundreds of victims of gun violence. The Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network set up 500 crosses on an empty lawn along Centre Avenue in remembrance of all the victims of violence in Allegheny County over the past decade.
Tears flowed as family, friends and community members gathered in Westmoreland County Tuesday to remember three teenagers who were killed two years ago in a car crash.
From near and far, mourners are gathering at Penn State for the first day of viewing for Joe Paterno. Two of Paterno’s five children appeared on “CBS This Morning” ahead of the viewing and memorial services to talk about their father’s legacy.
To say Joe Paterno was a legend to Penn State fans is an understatement. Even with the end of his career embroiled in such controversy, Paterno will always hold a special place in the hearts of many Penn State alumni.
Reaction over Joe Paterno’s death continues to pour in and the calls were non-stop Monday morning on 93-7 The Fan.
Thousands of people gathered to honor beloved former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in a candlelight vigil Sunday night; and the Nittany Lion community will have several more opportunities to show their love and respect for the man they affectionately called, “JoePa.”
Veterans from World War II gathered on the North Shore today to mark the solemn 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.