Amid Parent Concerns, School Shooting Training Is Part Of Pittsburgh Public SchoolsStudents in Pennsylvania are required to learn how to protect themselves in case of a school shooting, but some parents are having their kids skip the training.
Lawsuit: Former Pittsburgh Penguin Among Players Suing Pittsburgh Over Illegal Athlete TaxThe players' associations for the NFL, NHL, and MLB are suing Pittsburgh over its 3 percent tax on wages earned by visiting athletes.
Pittsburgh Voters Approve Raising Property Taxes To Fund ParksPittsburgh voters approved raising property taxes to fund parks in the city.
'Their Condition Was Near-Death': Armstrong County Man Accused Of Abusing, Torturing And Neglecting 9 HorsesAn Armstrong County man is accused of abusing, torturing and neglecting nine horses.
More Than 200 Animals Rescued From Washington, Westmoreland Counties In 'Large-Scale' Alleged NeglectMore than 200 animals were seized from Washington and Westmoreland counties in what the Humane Society is calling a "large-scale" case of alleged neglect.
Police File Homicide, Abuse Of Corpse Charges Against Woman Accused In Nalani Johnson's DisappearanceAllegheny County Police say they have filed additional charges against the woman accused in the disappearance of a 2-year-old girl earlier this year.
Pittsburgh School Officials Respond After Man Flashes Weapon At Westinghouse StudentsPittsburgh school officials are taking steps to make Westinghouse High safer after a man with a gun threatened students outside the school.
Father And Mother Charged After 2-Month-Old Son Suffered Skull, Rib Fractures Appear In CourtA Scott Township man charged with abusing his 2-month-old son, causing skull and rib fractures, appeared in court.
Judge Dismisses Push By Gun Rights Advocates To Have DA Zappala Review Private Criminal Complaints Against CityGun rights advocates who wanted charges filed against Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and members of city council got their day in court.
Unhappy Protesters Ask Parade Organizers To Rename Columbus Day Parade In BloomfieldAfter a one-year hiatus, the popular Columbus Day Parade will roll down Liberty Avenue here at 11 a.m. tomorrow.
High School's Student-Led Club Stirs Controversy With Pro-Life CupcakesA student-led, pro-life club is stirring controversy with the baked goods they handed out at Norwin High School in Westmoreland County.