Friends And Family Say Postal Worker Louis Vignone Sold His Home To Get Away From Accused Killer Eric KortzIn May 2018, Louis Vignone sold this house and moved to get away from Eric Kortz, friends and neighbors say.
Oakland Community Group Says Walnut Capital's Development Plans On Halket Street Are 'Wholesale Destruction'Battle lines are forming over a proposed development that would transform part of Oakland — for better or worse.
Allegheny Health Network And UPMC Say They're Constantly Reviewing Security Measures To Guard Workplace From ThreatsThe health care systems said they’re constantly reviewing their security measures.
'Armed And Dangerous' Suspect Barricaded Inside Hill District Home Dead After Firing At PoliceThe homicide suspect barricaded inside a Hill District home in a lengthy standoff with law enforcement is dead, Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert says.
Across America And In Pittsburgh, A Large Percentage Of Law Enforcement Officers Are Not VaccinatedAcross America, a high percentage of law enforcement officers refuse to be vaccinated despite the pleas from their bosses.
Baby Girl Found Unresponsive In Ambridge Revived With Narcan; Mother ArrestedA ten-month-old baby had to be revived with Narcan after getting into a bundle of heroin.
Haunted Hills Hayride Reopens Friday Night With New Security MeasuresHaunted Hills Hayride is reopening Friday night two weeks after a shooting killed one teen and wounded another.
New Developments Involving Bethel Park McDonald's Manager Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old EmployeeThere are new developments involving a Bethel Park McDonald's manager who is accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old employee.
Pittsburgh-Area Families Can Contribute Mementos Of Loved Ones For Gun Violence Memorial Project In Washington, D.C.The scourge of gun violence has claimed the lives of 21 teenagers in Allegheny County this year.
Lawsuit: 14-Year-Old Girl Was Sexually Assaulted By McDonald's Manager Who Was Convicted Sex Offender
South Side Violence Pits Bar Owners Against Residents With Police In The MiddleBar-hopping crowds and some violent incidents have pitted bar owners against residents on the South Side this summer with the police in the middle.