NAACP Rallies Against Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli In Wake Of Alleged Racist CommentsA rally organized by the NAACP was held downtown to protest Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli, who was recently reassigned for allegedly making racist comments in a closed-door conference.
Mayor Of Wilkinsburg's Facebook Post About Mass Shooting Trial Verdict Receives Pushback From Allegheny Co. OfficialsWilkinsburg Mayor Marita Garrett took to social media to voice her disappointment in the Wilkinsburg mass shooting trial.
Families Of 6 Victims Killed In Wilkinsburg Mass Shooting Looking For Justice After Cheron Shelton's Acquittal“I am Jessica Shelton, I lost three children last night and two nieces.”
New Kensington's 'Pay What You Can Restaurant' Is Filling A Need In The CommunityThere is more than food on the menu here at the Knead Community Cafe.
Woman Struck, Killed By Tractor Trailer Outside Giant EagleAn 81-year-old woman is dead after she got pinned beneath the rear wheels of a tractor trailer outside a Giant Eagle in Crafton.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept., US Steel Finalizing Agreement Setting Up Community FundThe Allegheny County Health Department says it has finalized a settlement with U.S. Steel.
Amazon Pulls Anti-Immigrant Sticker After Pa. Second Lady Gisele Fetterman Says It's OffensiveIt's called an anti-immigrant vinyl window or bumper sticker.
'Bet On Our Kids': Gov. Tom Wolf Proposes $200M In Scholarships To Come From Race Horse Development Trust Fund"I am proposing a historic $200 million investment in scholarships for young Pennsylvanians attending our state system universities."
Shaler Area Teacher Arrested After Stealing Drivers Licenses To Make Fraudulent ReturnsThere are than 400 teachers and other staff at the Shaler Area Middle School, but according to police, one of them may be a bad apple.
Woman Accused In Kidnapping, Murder Of 2-Year-Old Girl Headed To TrialThe woman accused in the kidnapping and murder of a 2-year-old girl is headed to trial.
Pittsburgh Police: Crime Rates In The City Decreased In 2019In 2019, the City of Pittsburgh saw reductions in several key crime categories, particularly in the area of homicides.
Flipping Houses Has Become A Popular Trend In Pittsburgh AreaBuying homes and quickly reselling them for a profit has taken off in the Pittsburgh area.
Delmont Man Charged, Accused Of Break-Ins While Impersonating A FirefighterA Westmoreland County man is facing multiple charges after police say he tried to break into a home while dressed as and impersonating a firefighter.
'We Are All Having A Problem': Volunteer Fire Departments In Pennsylvania Struggling To Attract More VolunteersVolunteer fire departments in Pennsylvania are struggling to attract volunteers.
Iranian Student Studying At CMU On Student Visa: 'I Do Worry About My Family'A 31-year-old CMU doctoral student from Iran is concerned about his family that still lives there.