'The Jewish Community Is Routinely Targeted': Pittsburgh Jewish Communities Discuss Security Measures Amid Constant ThreatsLocal Pittsburgh Jewish communities have security measures in place as they deal with the many threats they receive.
Governor's Office Still Reviewing Case Of Man Convicted Of 1976 Killing In Pittsburgh Parking GarageGov. Tom Wolf has not yet commuted the life sentence of Charles Goldblum.
4 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods To Get Speed Humps Installed This WeekFour Pittsburgh neighborhoods will be getting speed humps installed this week.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Employee In Crisis Prompts Temporary Lockdown At Allderdice, ConcordA Pittsburgh Public Schools employee undergoing a crisis prompting a temporary lockdown at Allderdice and Concord Thursday morning.
PWSA Will Perform Another Test Shut On Water Main In Squirrel HillPWSA announced that it will be shutting off a 20-inch water main in Squirrel Hill.
Hundreds Of People Gather In Pittsburgh To Honor And Remember The Lives Lost At Tree Of Life One Year LaterDuring an emotionally-filled day in Pittsburgh, hundreds gathered to remember the victims of the Tree of Life shooting one year later.
Steelers, Penguins and Pirates Issue Statements To Honor Tree Of Life VictimsPittsburgh's sports teams are among those paying tribute on social media to the victims of the Tree of Life tragedy.
Tree Of Life Anniversary Being Commemorated Around The WorldThe first anniversary of the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history is being marked around the world.
Healing Process Continues As Pittsburghers Gather To Remember Tree Of Life VictimsPittsburgh community gathers at multiple events to remember the 11 innocent lives lost one year ago at Tree of Life Synagogue.
Pittsburgh Remains "Stronger Than Hate" As Tree Of Life Anniversary ApproachesAs we approach one year since the tragedy at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburghers are still mourning.
Armed Guards, Panic Buttons, Mantraps: Local Synagogues Increase Security After Tree Of LifeAs the Pittsburgh community gathers at multiple events this weekend to remember the 11 innocent lives lost nearly a year ago, Pittsburgh Public Safety says there are security plans in place.