The last visible feature of a suburban Pittsburgh mall that appeared in George Romero’s 1978 zombie classic “Dawn of the Dead” is being given new life.
Monroeville Mall officials have announced new security procedures after several recent incidents.
Grab your favorite lawn chair, blanket and fireworks watching gear and head out to the Pittsburgh neighborhoods for a fun-filled evening. Be sure to check out the weather forecast and change of dates and time. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Zambelli extravaganza or another entity, the family will enjoy the memories of a dazzling and inspiring night time view.
A renovation at Monroeville Mall has sparked an online petition.
After a large party turned into a brawl last weekend and a shooting that wounded three people at the Monroeville Mall, the Allegheny County District Attorney met with local officials Thursday.
The management of a restaurant where a brawl broke out Saturday night in Monroeville is pointing fingers at organizers of the event.
Police responded to reports of a riot at the Monroeville Mall overnight.
A man charged with shooting three people at the Monroeville Mall has been ordered to stand trial on attempted homicide, aggravated assault and other charges.
Police officers will now be walking the beat inside Monroeville Mall.
Friday evening was the first night for Monroeville Mall’s new security policy instituted after a shooting earlier this month.
The mall experience by its nature tends to be a strolling, casual affair.
Stores were on lockdown, and people ran for their lives. An ordinary trip to the Monroeville Mall turned violent for people earlier this month when a gunman opened fire.
A week after the shooting at Monroeville Mall on a busy Saturday night, one victim has been released from the hospital.
After a 17-year-old shot three people at the Monroeville Mall, CBL and Associates, the mall owner, said it will card and eject unaccompanied minors from the mall on Fridays and Saturdays after 6 p.m. beginning on Feb. 27.
KDKA-TV has learned the shooting at the Monroeville Mall wasn’t suspect 17-year-old Tarod Thornhill’s first brush with the law.