Pennsylvania Extend Security Grants To Fight Hate CrimesPennsylvania will provide millions of dollars in grants to protect houses of worship and other potentially targeted community organizations from hate crimes.
Pennsylvania Rep. Wants To Introduce Bills To Address Hate CrimesPennsylvania Rep. Dan Frankel plans to introduce a package of bills to address hate crimes in Pennsylvania.
KDKA Investigates: Are Dark Web Forums Breeding Grounds For The Next Racist Mass Murders?Websites that offer anonymity to those with hateful views are becoming a topic of discussion among law enforcement agencies.
Pittsburgh Leaders Say Hate Crimes Aren't Happening In The City As Much As People ThinkPittsburgh city leaders educated residents on how to recognize and report hate groups and extremism in their neighborhoods Wednesday night.
Robert Bowers, Suspect In Synagogue Shooting, Enters Not Guilty Plea During Arraignment On Hate Crimes ChargesRobert Bowers, accused of killing 11 people and wounding seven during the attack on Squirrel Hill's Tree of Life Synagogue in October, has pleaded not guilty during his arraignment Monday morning on additional charges.
Hate Crimes On Rise In Lawrenceville, Prompting FBI ResponseIn Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville community, neighbors are on alert, many of them concerned for their families and businesses.
Pre-Trial Meeting Held In Federal Case Against Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Suspect Robert BowersNew developments are expected Tuesday morning in the case against the man charged in the mass shooting at a Squirrel Hill synagogue.
Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Suspect Robert Bowers Pleads Not Guilty At Federal ArraignmentThe man accused of shooting and killing 11 people inside a synagogue in Pittsburgh was arraigned on federal charges today.
Federal Grand Jury Indicts Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting Suspect Robert Bowers On 44 CountsA federal grand jury has indicted the man accused of killing 11 people inside a synagogue in Squirrel Hill on 44 counts.
Allegheny County Senator: 'I'm Gay, Get Over It'A Pennsylvania state lawmaker made it public that he's gay while at a news conference with other Democrats to urge passage of legislation that adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the state's hate crime law.