Monroeville Mayor: 'We're Still In The Dark About Gateway School Police Authority'A month after being sworn in, it's become apparent that there's still some confusion about the Gateway School District's new, armed security force and what it can and can't do.
Police Investigate Shooting Incident In MonroevillePolice are investigating after a man showed up at UPMC East hospital in Monroeville with gunshot wounds Friday afternoon.
Good Taste Pittsburgh Hosting Food Truck-A-PaloozaYou can find some good food at the Monroeville Convention Center this weekend.
Anonymous Donor Gives 1,000 Pounds Of Ham In Monroeville Nun's NameA local business owner reached out to Get Marty to make an amazing Christmas gesture in the name of a local Catholic nun.
Judge Permits Gateway School District To Arm GuardsA western Pennsylvania judge has agreed to allow an Allegheny County school district to arm its 13-officer security team.
Pittsburgh-Area Restaurant Owner Charged With Immigration ViolationsAuthorities say a western Pennsylvania businessman has been charged with harboring and transporting people who weren't legally in the country.
Holiday Deals Draw People To Stores On ThanksgivingWhile some slept in Thanksgiving morning, others were shopping, trying to snap up "Brown Thursday" deals.
Three Arrested After Armed Robbery In MonroevillePolice arrested three people in connection to an armed robbery in Monroeville on Friday night.
Police Find Bank Robber Hiding In Sewer PipelinePolice say a local man robbed a bank, claiming he had a bomb, but it's how he tried to hide from officers that really surprised them.
Monroeville Mall Shooting Suspect Found Not Guilty Of Attempted HomicideThe verdict is in for the suspect accused in the shooting that left three people wounded at the Monroeville Mall last year.
State Files Consumer Protection Lawsuit Against Nursing HomesThe attorney general's office has filed a consumer protection lawsuit alleging a company with 12 skilled nursing homes.
Monroeville Mall Shooting Suspect Opts For Judge Instead Of Jury TrialAn 18-year-old accused of wounding three people- including two bystanders - at a Pittsburgh-area mall last year has decided to have a judge, not a jury, decide his guilt.

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