City Of Orlando Releases Call Audio Of Pulse Nightclub GunmanPolice negotiators talking to the Orlando nightclub gunman at first weren't sure if the person they had on the phone was actually in the Pulse nightclub.
Flight From Orlando To Latrobe DivertedA Spirit Airlines flight was diverted while heading from Orlando, Florida to Latrobe, Pennsylvania on Friday.
Father Of Orlando Shooter Spotted At Hillary Clinton EventThe father of the Orlando gay nightclub shooter was spotted at a campaign event for Hillary Clinton in central Florida.
Islamic Group: Muslim Man Beaten Outside Florida MosqueAuthorities said they have arrested a suspect in the early Saturday beating of a man outside a Florida mosque.
Pope Francis: Gays Deserve An ApologyPope Francis says gays - and all the other people the church has marginalized, such as the poor and the exploited - deserve an apology.
Local Jewish Community Organizes Event Honoring Orlando VictimsPeople across the country continue to come to grips with what happened at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.
Bishop Zubik Calls For More Gun ControlA massacre at a nightclub in Orlando has reignited the gun control debate nationally, as well as within the Pittsburgh community.
911 Transcript: Orlando Gunman Said He Was Islamic SoldierOrlando gunman Omar Mateen spoke in Arabic to a 911 dispatcher and identified himself an Islamic soldier.
Local Church Calls For Love And Tolerance In Wake Of Orlando ShootingA Pittsburgh church is calling for love and tolerance one week after the Orlando mass shooting.
Funerals, Fear And Uncertainty Loom As Orlando GrievesPeople marched down Orlando streets with rainbow flags and others lined up to wait hours for a "One Pulse" tattoo on Saturday as supporters tried to boost the somber city's spirits while more victims of last weekend's nightclub shooting were buried.
Car Dealer Offers Free AR-15 With Purchase Of A CarA New Hampshire car dealer is offering each buyer a free AR-15 assault rifle.
AG Kane Issues Warning About Orlando Donation ScamsPennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane has issued a warning for people to be on the lookout for potential scams following the mass shooting in Orlando.