Pittsburgh sports fans – get ready for another tightening of security going into games.
A shooting at the Monroeville Mall this past weekend is still on the minds of residents and patrons.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala said Monroeville Mall officials failed to follow recommendations from a security consultant back in 2013.
Officials in Monroeville are making changes following a shooting at the mall Saturday night.
It’s something straight out of the TV show CSI.
The photo above may look like a sales display at the army surplus store or a shelf at a hardware store, but it’s not.
A Pittsburgh Steelers fan made headlines with his tweet promising to run onto Heinz Field during the Steelers and Ravens game Saturday night if he was retweeted 400 times.
There is calm tonight at the Monroeville Mall and officials want to keep it that way.
New steps are being taken to tighten security for Pittsburgh’s annual Light Up Night celebration.
They’re an innocent family under cyber attack — threatening phone calls in the middle of the night — bank account, social security and credit cards stolen — even the SWAT team surrounding their house.
Students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools were met with some changes as they returned to the classroom today.
Experts are warning Android phone users about a security issue. It’s called Fake ID, and could allow malicious apps to access the other programs on your phone.
Cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 StubHub customers’ accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events through the online ticket reseller, a law enforcement official and the company said.
A threatening phone call prompted a lockdown at a local hospital.
Police cruisers lined up at a local high school Saturday afternoon to participate in a life-like emergency drill.