Pittsburgh Police Ask Community To Donate Food To Others, Not PolicePittsburgh Public Safety officials want to express their gratitude for the generous donations from the community in the wake of the Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting, but they're asking food donations to be sent elsewhere.
Public Safety Dept.: 'Zero Tolerance' Policy In Effect For Pitt-PSU GameThe Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety's "zero-tolerance" policy is once again in effect for a big event at Heinz Field -- the Pitt Panthers' game against the Penn State Nittany Lions.
New Guidelines Prohibit Protesters From Blocking Certain Intersections, RoadwaysNew guidelines released Thursday prohibit protesters from blocking certain intersections and roadways in the Pittsburgh area.
More Than 2 Dozen Hospitalized After Luke Bryan Tailgating, ConcertMore than two dozen people ended up in the hospital throughout the day Saturday as crowds tailgated and attended the Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field.
Pittsburgh Police To Work 12-Hour Shifts While Monitoring Protests Over Fatal Shooting Of Antwon RosePittsburgh Police say all their officers will work 12-hour shifts while they continue to monitor protests over the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Antwon Rose by an East Pittsburgh Police officer.
Man Arrested For Taunting Police Horse, Other Pens Celebration IncidentsDespite enormous enthusiasm surrounding the Pittsburgh Penguins win Sunday night, officials said Monday the celebrations were responsible, with few exceptions.
Police: Man Responsible For Peace Sign Graffiti ArrestedPittsburgh Police believe they have caught the man responsible for spraying blue peace signs all over Downtown.