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.
The Fan’s Jim Colony stopped by McKechnie Field before heading to Lakeland for the Grapefruit League game against the Tigers to check out the new and improved McKechnie Field.
There have been a number of police-involved shootings in our area lately. Officers say it’s never an easy decision and they only use that type of force when absolutely necessary.
If you’re trying to get fit in 2013, you may want to proceed with caution if you plan to hire a trainer. Here’s the reality – anyone can call themselves a personal trainer.
There’s no such thing as a typical day at the office for K9 police officers. That’s why nearly three dozen officers and their K9 partners train at an industrial facility in Allegheny County.
A new law has gone into effect that requires 16- and 17-year-olds who are seeking a license to drive a motorcycle to first complete Pennsylvania’s motorcycle safety training.
How do you get good at something you have never done before? Practice, of course. The same goes for birds. KDKA is helping the National Aviary prepare some of its feathered friends for upcoming appearances on national television.
West Penn Allegheny’s STAR Center is providing free CPR and AED training in honor of Heart Health Month, which is next month.
The City of Pittsburgh is now ready to go with rescue equipment along Washington Boulevard, which was the scene of deadly flooding just weeks ago. For the first time, police officers will have immediate access to water rescue equipment.
Come train for the half marathon that will help a great cause and build up your endurance!