‘Literally Saved My Life’: Allegheny Co. Veterans Court Helps Struggling Veterans Charged With CrimesFor the last ten years, the Fifth Judicial District of the Court of Common Pleas has run a program called the Veterans Court.
Bills In Ohio Would Reduce Punishment For Some Drug CrimesA proposal in the Ohio legislature would reduce punishment and favor treatment over automatic prosecution for drug crimes.
Pittsburgh's Sister Bridges To Remain Yellow After Overwhelming Response To PollAn online poll that drew more than 12,000 votes shows nearly 85 percent of Pittsburghers don't want the city's three "sister bridges" across the Allegheny River to be painted a different color when they're rehabbed.
Pittsburgh Asked To Weigh In On Paint Colors For "Sister Bridges"What color would you pick out for the Clemente, Warhol and Carson bridges?
Pittsburgh Zoo Caring For Sea Turtles Rescued Off Massachusetts CoastThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is providing emergency medical care for several sea turtles that recently became stranded off the coast of Massachusetts.
Pirates’ Hurdle On The Mend After Hip SurgeryOne of the starkest memories many Pirates fans have about this past season is Clint Hurdle limping out to the mound.
Washington Co. Man In Rehab After Fla. Hit-And-Run AccidentA Washington County man is now at a rehabilitation facility in Canonsburg after a nearly two-month stay in a Florida hospital.
5 Animals Rescued In Dogfighting Raid Being Rehabilitated In PittsburghPittsburgh continues to play a big role in the battle to stop dogfighting rings across the country.
Rehabilitated Bald Eagles Released Back Into The WildThere are now two more bald eagles soaring high over the skies of Western Pennsylvania, as two rehabilitated birds have been released in Venango County.
Injured Pirate Pitchers Still On The Mend As Stretch Run ContinuesPITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) -- The Pirates' impressive pitching depth continued to be on display Monday night at PNC Park. They've had to lean on that depth with a number of injured hurlers still working toward a return--whether it's this season or next.
“MyHome” Helping Wounded Vets Transition From Hospital To HomeWorld War II veteran Victor Saftner cuts the ribbon on the porch of a house inside a building. The virtual environment called “MyHome,” on VA Pittsburgh's Heinz campus in Aspinwall, will help wounded vets transition from hospital to home.