"Stronger Than Hate" Continues To Be A Part Of What Keeps Pittsburgh ResilientFrom the first day the "Stronger Than Hate" symbol appeared on signs and t-shirts, it brought the people of Pittsburgh together during a difficult time.
Squirrel Hill Event Recalls Anti-Semitic Attacks With Hope Of A Sweet New Year To ComeSquirrel Hill was one of three communities where people gathered to recall anti-Semitic attacks in our country.
City's Jewish Leaders Beginning Preparations To Commemorate Tree Of Life Victims On 1-Year Commemoration Of AttackJewish leaders are preparing to discuss plans to commemorate the deadly shooting that killed 11 worshippers inside the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill almost a year ago.
Construction Underway On Squirrel Hill Park Improvement ProjectConstruction is underway at a Squirrel Hill park that's in the middle of a massive makeover.
Record-Breaking Rain Fall Devastates Squirrel HillHeavy rain devastated Squirrel Hill and the massive cleanup effort still continues.
Flooding In Bellevue Traps Vehicle, Closes Murray Ave. In Squirrel HillThe flash flooding and heavy rains caused widespread issues overnight.
Police: Man Knocks On Woman's Door, Asks If She Has Any Sugar Before Following Her In UninvitedA man is behind bars after he allegedly asked a woman if she had any sugar, followed her inside her home uninvited and trapped her inside.
Over 3,000 Cyclists Take To The Streets For Pedal PittsburghSunday marks the 26th annual UPMC Health Plan Pedal Pittsburgh and over 3,000 bicyclists are expected to take the ride.
Memorial Service Planned On Anniversary Of Tree Of Life ShootingsThe Pittsburgh Jewish community is planing to hold a public memorial service on the one-year anniversary of the Tree of Life shootings.
Hundreds Gather In Squirrel Hill To Call For Gun Control ReformCommunity groups, citizens and local leaders gathered in Squirrel Hill to call for gun control.
Police Investigating Hit-And-Run Crash Involving AmbulancePolice are investigating a hit-and-run crash of an ambulance in Squirrel Hill.
Celebration Of Mac Miller Set For Sept. 7It's been almost a year since the rapper and Pittsburgh native, Mac Miller, passed away of a sudden overdose.
Thieves Leave Trail Of Evidence After Breaking Into Two CarsTwo thieves thought they made off easy with thousands of dollars, but one mistake foiled their entire plan.
Pirates Pitcher Chris Archer Donates Over $15,000 Of Baseball Equipment To Local Children's Baseball AssociationPittsburgh Pirates pitcher Chris Archer donated over $15,000 in baseball equipment to a local children's baseball association.
New Bill Would Make State-Funded Landslide Insurance AvailableWith record-setting rains saturating unstable hillsides, landslides have become an everyday reality in our region -- blocking and buckling roadways and taking the homes out from under dozens of families.