A second witness to an alleged case of police brutality is speaking to investigators about the incident, which happened during Saint Patrick’s Day weekend at Station Square.
Two alleged cases of police brutality are now under review by the Pittsburgh Office of Municipal Investigation. And, at least one of them has also caught the attention of the FBI.
Eddie Lojak, his face scarred by a weekend incident with police officers, turned himself in at Pittsburgh Police headquarters on Wednesday.
A video shows Eddie Lojak this past Saturday — his nose is broken, he has a concussion, a broken rib, chipped teeth, stitches across his face and a chunk of skin ripped from his tongue.
Police are investigating after finding a body in the Monongahela River.
The Pittsburgh Riverhounds’ new stadium was full of beautiful green turf just one week ago, getting ready for soccer action. Now though, the stadium is actually being prepped for the opening of the Penguins Pond, a professional hockey-sized ice rink.
Perhaps nowhere are people more proud of Charlie Batch’s performance with the Steelers on Sunday than in his hometown of Homestead.
Soccer has tried before in Pittsburgh, but the Riverhounds hope to change that, and the team is starting with a new soccer stadium in Station Square. Move over Steelers, Pirates and Penguins, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds are moving to the South Side.
A stretch of East Carson Street near Station Square will soon look a lot different. A bike lane is in the works, but not everyone is on board with the plan.
For years, Pittsburgh has worried that many young people were moving away. Now a California company says this is really an attractive city for millennials, those under 30 years of age.
With free “T” service in downtown Pittsburgh and coming soon to the North Shore, the next logical extension of the city’s free fare zone is Station Square.
(93-7 The FAN) — The Pittsburgh Riverhounds soccer team announced plans Tuesday to build a stadium at Station Square.
Over the last decade or so, the Steelers, Pirates and Penguins have all moved into new buildings; now another Pittsburgh sports team is getting a new home.
Someone took a flying leap off Mt. Washington, landed on a garage in Station Square and lived. That’s because the person was wearing a parachute.