Pitt students are not just dealing with the stress of finals these days. While the pressure can be overwhelming for some, man’s best friend is coming to the rescue.
The series of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh have prompted police to impose some new security measures on campus.
The Penn State Beaver campus remains on alert this weekend as authorities continue to investigate a possible threat made on Twitter that allegedly referenced the shootings at Virginia Tech. As police continue to search for the suspect, students are coping with the heightened safety precautions.
Listen to KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek discussing increased airport security with Kip Hawley, former administrator of the Transportation Security Administration.
Police continue to investigate after shots were fired Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot outside of the main entrance to the wave pool at Boyce Park.
On Tuesday’s show, KDKA’s Mike Pintek talked with Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs.
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