Monessen Man Arrested in Washington County Shooting
A Monessen man has been arrested in connection with a shooting that wounded two people in Charleroi, Washington County last night.
Protests Continue After Police-Involved Shooting in North Carolina
Nightly protests have shaken the city of Charlotte since the shooting death of a black man by police last week, but Sunday's NFL game between the Carolina Panthers and the Minnesota Vikings...
Syrian Cease-Fire Broken
It came as no surprise to veteran Middle East journalist Mark Lavie that Syria's cease-fire has been broken.
Keystone Oaks Teacher Suspended
A Keystone Oaks High School teacher is on paid administrative leave while the district investigates allegations of inappropriate behavior. Mount Lebanon Police are also investigating.
Actor, Pittsburgh Native Bill Nun Passes Away
Actor Bill Nunn, a native of the hill district and a graduate of Schenley High School, died at his home here Saturday after a battle with cancer he was 63.
Rabies Warning in Etna
The Allegheny County Health Department has a precaution for Etna residents, regarding rabies.
Three Injured in Oakland Accident
Authorities say a two-vehicle crash sent a sport utility vehicle into the University of Pittsburgh bookstore, injuring three people.
Port Authority Red Line Service Resumes
Good news for South Hills T-riders. The Red Line between the Fallowfield and Potomac Avenue stations has reopened.
Phase Two of Liberty Bridge Repairs Begins
Engineers will test their theory this weekend for straightening the fire-damaged Liberty Bridge.
Family Safely Escapes Bentleyville House Fire
Three people were rescued from the roof of a burning home in Washington County early this morning. The fire was reported shortly before 4 a.m. at a house on Johnston Road in Bentleyville.
Weekend Movie Reviews With David Blaustein
Storks and The Magnificent Seven open nationwide this weekend.
Police Investigating Downtown Triple Stabbing
Three people were injured in a stabbing Downtown late last night. It happened around 11:20 p.m. in the 400 block of Wood Street.
Last week a coalition of 21 states sued U.S. department of labor over a new rule mandating employers pay overtime to their white collar workers performing administrative and professional duties while doubling the salary threshold to $47,500 for eligibility. The Obama administration hails it as a meaningful boost to many workers' wallets ensuring fairer compensation. While states claim the regulation will burden private and public sectors by straining budgets, forcing layoffs, and cutting work hours.
Should the Charlotte police release to the public the video footage from the police shooting earlier this week?