During its annual education conference, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Southwestern Pennsylvania is reaching out to the Franklin Regional School District.
Even though the Kiski Valley Titans had to play without teammate Nick Snyder, he was on everyone’s mind. In fact, the team dedicated Friday night’s game in South Park to Snyder.
There’s been an outpouring of support in the Murrysville community for Franklin Regional High School and its students since Wednesday stabbing attack that left several with severe injuries.
The long road to recover continues for the victims of the stabbing rampage earlier this week at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville.
One of the many heroes to emerge from Wednesday’s tragedy at Franklin Regional High School is a school security guard who was the first adult to encounter the stabbing suspect.
Investigators continue to search for clues as to what may have provoked a 16-year-old Franklin Regional High School student allegedly to go on a violent rampage early Wednesday morning.
Much has been said about the emergency response to Wednesday’s stabbings – how effectively everyone worked together to not only contain the situation, but get help to the victims.
Twenty-four people were injured during Wednesday’s stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, but less than half remain in the hospital.
Alex Hribal, the 16-year-old suspect in Wednesday’s stabbing rampage at Franklin Regional High School, is being held in the Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center.
It’s not a question of who did it. It’s a question of why?
The Wednesday morning stabbings at Franklin Regional High School left the entire community shaken. But people in Murrysville vow to come back, stronger than ever.
Brett Hurt says it all happened so fast. He doesn’t recall a heroic move; instead, he remembers it as a playful push.
After Wednesday’s tragic knife attack at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, a number of local churches have organized vigils and brought in counseling services to help the victims, their families and the community as a whole.
Churches in Murrysville opened their doors for prayer services and vigils Wednesday evening following the stabbing rampage at Franklin Regional High School that left more than 20 people hurt.
Flailing away with two knives, a 16-year-old boy with a “blank expression” stabbed and slashed 19 students and a police officer in the crowded halls of Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville Wednesday before an assistant principal tackled him.