City council will vote Wednesday on a $25,000 settlement it will have to pay out to the strip club Blush.
The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found problems with a safety drill earlier this year meant to simulate a terrorist attack against a western Pennsylvania nuclear power plant.
As the students return to class in the Pittsburgh Public Schools, they arrive amidst a school-wide effort to improve attendance numbers – and security.
Security changes are in the works at the landmark Original Hot Dog Shop in Pittsburgh’s Oakland section after a man was shot and killed near the restaurant earlier this month.
It’s hard to believe football season is almost here. The Steelers’ first preseason game is Saturday and there are new, tougher security rules at Heinz Field.
They came to City Hall see the mayor, and when he declined to meet with them, they went to his house in the middle of the night and planted protest signs.
An unwanted intruder – a deer – is forcing a western Pennsylvania school district to take a second look at security at its high school.
It is a sure sign of summer time. Country music star Kenny Chesney is returning to Heinz Field this weekend for his No Shoes Nation Tour. And when Kenny comes to town, it’s always a party.
It was a magical night at the PNC Park Tuesday as the number one draft pick from 2011 made his big league debut with the Pirates.
The Pittsburgh Pirates announced additional security measures for fans visiting PNC Park.
An explosives expert team was called to Allegheny General Hospital for a suspicious package early Monday morning.
The Indiana Senior High Prom this evening will feature a new twist that’s a sign of the times.
When it comes to security, the most obvious change for runners – was having to use clear plastic bags to check any items.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl vowed that the Pittsburgh Marathon will not go bankrupt in the future despite any increased cost of additional security.
There will be more attention on security at Pittsburgh’s upcoming marathon after the tragedy in Boston. But, who will pay for all that extra security?