Unaccompanied Children From Border Arrive In ErieAbout 150 unaccompanied children found at the southern border of the U.S. have arrived in northwestern Pennsylvania and will be housed at a dormitory at the Pennsylvania International Academy.
'Hello Neighbor' Helping Local Refugees And ImmigrantsThe local nonprofit "Hello Neighbor" provided the immigrant and refugee community with essentials such as food, clothing, and cash assistance.
14 People Become U.S. Citizens During Naturalization Ceremony In PittsburghMore than a dozen people became United States citizens during a naturalization ceremony at the YWCA downtown.
New Procedure Prohibits Police From Questioning Immigration Status Of Passengers In Traffic StopsPennsylvania state police are adopting a new policy to govern troopers' interactions with foreign nationals.
HIV-Positive Shelter Worker Sexually Abused 8 Immigrant Boys, Authorities SayFederal authorities allege that a former youth care worker at a Phoenix-area facility for immigrant youths sexually abused eight teenage boys, one of several cases brought to light in recent weeks as thousands of immigrant children remain detained around the country.
Trump Weighs Mobilizing National Guard For Immigration RoundupsThe Trump administration is considering mobilizing as many as 100,000 National Guard troops to round up unauthorized immigrants.
Rally Showing Solidarity With Immigrants, Muslims, Refugees Held In OaklandA rally will be held in Oakland on Saturday afternoon so Pittsburghers can show their solidarity with immigrants, Muslims and refugees.
3 PPS Immigrant Students File Harassment ClaimsThree immigrant students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District reported being harassed last week.
Border Patrol Council: Illegal Immigrants Bring More Problems Than We NeedIllegal immigrants are streaming into our country through the border with Mexico. The Border Patrol Union has a few concerns about these people coming into our home, but mainly they need help to stop it.
Locals React To Proposed Immigration Reform Saul Franco-Jimenez came to the U.S. in 1990, became a citizen, married a girl from Lawrenceville and has four sons. Over the past decade he's built his grocery business stocking everything from Spanish spices to Rosary beads.