Young Man Found Guilty On Several Charges In Brashear H.S. ShootingA young man has been convicted of attempted homicide and other counts in a shooting outside of Brashear High School in 2013.
Bomb Squad Called To West Liberty K-5 For Suspicious DeviceThe Bomb Squad was called to West Liberty K-5 in Brookline for a suspicious item Thursday morning.
Bitter Cold And Slick Driving Conditions Cause Problems During Morning CommutePeople are facing bitter wind chills and slick driving conditions across Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh Student Cuts Face When School Van Skids On Snow, Hits BarrierA 7-year-old Pittsburgh Public Schools student has been taken to a hospital with a facial cut after the school van she was in slid on snow into a barrier on a ramp from the Liberty Bridge to the Veterans Bridge.
Retired Marine Receives High School Diploma After 40 YearsHe left high school as a sophomore to go fight for his country, but more than 40 years later, a local marine is finally getting his high school diploma.
School Bus Fire In East Hills Under InvestigationFire crews had to rush to a parking lot in Homewood for a school bus that was completely engulfed in flames.
Pittsburgh Teacher Terminated After Long, Public BattleThe Pittsburgh Public School Board has voted to fire teacher Joe Giansante.
Bidding War Over Closed Hazelwood School Sparks ControversySince its closing 14 years ago, Gladstone Middle School in Hazelwood has sat vacant garnering little interest.
Wilkinsburg High School Students Play Final Football GameIt was a bittersweet afternoon in Wilkinsburg when the high school football team took the field for the final time on Senior Day.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Approves Cross-District Partnership With WilkinsburgA final vote is being held tonight to determine if students in the Wilkinsburg School District will go to Westinghouse Academy.
Wilkinsburg School Board Approves Plan To Send Students To Westinghouse AcademyThe Wilkinsburg School Board has voted to approve a plan that will send its students to Westinghouse Academy in the Pittsburgh Public School District.
Former Teacher Pleads No Contest In Student Custody CaseA former Pittsburgh elementary school teacher who police say was obsessed with one of her 11-year-old students has pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of corruption of minors.