Gathering in the cold, community leaders and parents called on the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers to adopt high standards of evaluation — saying lower standards hurt teachers, parents.
Just in time for Super Bowl weekend, some people volunteered to get drunk, so police officers could have a better idea of what to look for when they’re identifying drunk drivers.
When a police officer and his K-9 partner work together, they develop an extremely close relationship.
The winter weather has delayed the return of a fallen U.S. Airman killed earlier this month in a helicopter crash in England.
Kennedy Township is planning to honor the local U.S. Airman killed earlier this month in a helicopter crash in England.
An England military helicopter crash killed four U.S. Air Force crewmembers, including a man from Kennedy Township.
The incident detailed in the lawsuit happened at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill within the last year.
CONSOL Energy is preparing to train a new generation of coal miners.
Seals, polar bears and sharks won’t be the only ones swimming at Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium this weekend.
One security guard has been fired and another guard and a nurse suspended.
When it comes to computers and smartphones, are you up to date or are you on your way to becoming a “technology dinosaur?”
Activists, politicians, and top law enforcement spent three-hours behind closed doors talking about improving relationships between residents and Pittsburgh police, primarily in the city’s zone 5 neighborhoods.
A woman says she was fired when she refused to get a Brazilian wax, or perform a Brazilian wax on co-workers.
An active-duty member of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard is suing Target after he was allegedly fired for not showing up to work due to mandatory military training.
You probably never think of them, until you need them. An elite team of rescuers is training in our area and what they do could end up saving your life.