Police say they know who made the phone threats that caused three Pittsburgh Public Schools to evacuate earlier this month.
Three Pittsburgh Public Schools were back on a modified lockdown Monday.
There was heightened security at three Pittsburgh Public Schools Thursday morning, after threats prompted evacuations earlier this week.
Three schools in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District are being evacuated due to a voicemail threat.
A Beaver County father pulled his 6-year-old son out of school this week after he says the boy was threatened by a fellow student who brought a knife to school.
A threatening phone call prompted a lockdown at a local hospital.
The Central Valley High School was placed under lockdown after a threat was found inside the school Thursday afternoon.
A 15-year-old boy was taken into police custody after a knife was found in his backpack today while police were conducting a search of Ambridge High School in Beaver County.
Police are investigating after a threat was written on a wall in the girls’ bathroom at Mt. Lebanon High School.
Parents and guardians of students at Gateway Middle School were alerted to a possible threat after a student was found with a list of students he allegedly wanted to harm.
An Ellwood City high school student is in custody after allegedly making a threatening comment on Facebook.
A man is being questioned by police in connection with threats being made against a Walmart in Washington County.
The pastor of a local church is calling red graffiti a “threat.”
“The pilot came on, said we can’t land,” said Veina Lofton of Slippery Rock.
A plane from Ireland has made an emergency landing in Philadelphia because of an unspecified threat.