A somber remembrance was held Tuesday night for a young boy who was killed while playing in his front yard over the weekend.
Friends and loved ones of two little boys run down by a suspected drunk driver gathered on the front steps of a New Castle home where the crash happened for a candlelight vigil Tuesday night.
Family, friends and community members gathered Sunday evening for a vigil in Homewood to speak out against gun violence and to remember a man gunned down two years ago in front of his fiancée’s children.
Many communities across the nation marked Saturday as a day of prayer for the Sikh faith following last weekend’s deadly shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
Tears flowed as family, friends and community members gathered in Westmoreland County Tuesday to remember three teenagers who were killed two years ago in a car crash.
Relatives say they are still coming to grips with the reality that he is gone and that a juvenile girl, 17-year-old Destiny Brown is a suspect in the deadly shooting.
Hundreds of students gathered on Penn State’s campus for a candlelight vigil in memory of Joe Paterno Sunday night.
While Pitt and Penn State have a storied rivalry, it did not prevent Joe Paterno and former Panthers coach Johnny Majors from being close off the field.
A Fayette County community came together Sunday evening as they try to cope with the loss of two teenage girls who died in an accident late last week.
A vigil was held Sunday night to remember a teenager who was shot to death one year ago in Wilkinsburg.
About 150 people gathered Monday night to pay tribute to 92 year-old Evelyn Stepko, but two members of the community were missing – the two neighbors now charged with her murder.
A young man was shot and killed Saturday afternoon in the Hill District shortly after a vigil had wrapped for the victim of a homicide last month in the same area.
It’s National Police Week, and tonight in Washington, D.C. a special candlelight vigil is planned for fallen officers, including Pittsburgh’s own Eric Kelly, Stephen Mayhle and Paul Sciullo II. To see the webcast, visit http://www.LawMemorial.org/webcast or http://www.officer.com/.