New details are emerging about an arson suspect, one day after his arrest following a fire that destroyed nearly an entire city block in Homestead.
A judge has awarded $508,000 to the attorneys who represented the parents of a therapist fatally shot at a Pittsburgh psychiatric hospital.
Victims of a shooting rampage at a University of Pittsburgh psychiatric clinic will share a $500,000 settlement from the deceased gunman’s estate.
A Facebook photo of the Wolfe family from several years ago shows the whole clan — eight in all — smiling.
Two sisters of an Iowa state representative have been found dead of gunshot wounds to the head in the Pittsburgh home they shared, and police are investigating the case as a double homicide.
The mother of the Western Psych shooter is being sued by several victims after they say she failed to commit her son.
An active shooter inside a busy place like a mall or a school is a nightmare scenario for police.
For the second time this month, Pittsburgh Police are investigating a reported sexual assault that allegedly took place at Western Psych.
Prosecutors are now charging a teenage boy who is accused of sexually assaulting a young female patient at Western Psych.
A disturbing case of sexual assault is under investigation at Western Psych Hospital in Oakland.
It’s been one year since terror struck at Pittsburgh’s Western Psychiatric Institute when a gunman opened fire. Out of that tragedy, many questions arose. Why did this happen? And could it be prevented from happening again?
The tragic shootings at Western Psych spawned calls for tighter security, and a government-contracted report says the institution has not done enough to protect the 2,000 employees who work there.
The University of Pittsburgh will hire 20 new police officers immediately in an effort to ramp up security after the District Attorney’s review of March’s Western Psych shooting rampage.
Now, sources indicate UPMC will make major changes in security here and on all UPMC campuses. Employees like Katie Bottoms who has worked here for decades call the changes necessary.
A brother and sister, both recently lost to gun violence, were remembered this weekend during a memorial softball tournament in Penn Township.