One Man Dead in Washington County Apartment Complex Fire
A fire last night in a nine-story apartment building on North College Street in Washinton County resulted in the death of one resident.
Pittsburgh Police Break Up Several Fights Outside Shoe Store
Police intervened between shoppers reportedly fighting over the Air Jordan 11 shoes available at a downtown sports shop, according to the PG.
Fatal Tractor Trailer Accident on Route 79
Icy conditions are noted as the reason why a tractor trailer crashed into a median on Interstate 79, killing one man.
North Huntingdon Police Warn Residents of Car Burglary Spree
North Huntingdon Township Police are asking residents to make sure they lock up their vehicles and remove valuables and garage door openers when parking their cars.
MADD Issues Challenge to Decrease DUI Deaths
Pennsylvania's chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is joining the call to reduce the number of DUI related fatalities, espeically at this time of year.
Bike Sharing Receives Federal Funding in Pittsburgh
500 bicycles will be available for rent this Spring thanks to a five hundred thousand dollar grant for Pittsburgh's bike sharing program.
Funeral Held Today for Perryopolis Police Officer
A Perryopolis Police Officer who was killed in an accident was laid to rest today. Hundreds of police officers showed up for a final salute to 34-year-old Richard Champion.
Operation Safety Net Holds Annual Memorial Service
Those homeless who've died while living on the streets of Pittsburgh will be remembered on the Winter solstice.
Northside Development Grants
Three neighbors on the Northside have renewed funding for community development.
Congressman Murphy Proposes Health Care Legislation
When a former Marine went on a killing spree near Philadelphia earlier this week, it resparked a conversation about Mental Health Care in the Commonwealth.
Annual Tree of Hope Event
Children who've lost a parent or other close relative to violence this year are being treated to a special celebration at the Eastminster Presbyterian Church this evening.
Toys for Tots Urgently Needs Donations
Several hundred needy children could be without gifts this holiday season due to an apparent paperwork mishap at Toys for Tots.
According to results of a national poll by the Robert Morris University Polling Institute and Trib Total Media, nearly half of Americans support a ban on youth playing contact football prior to entering high school. In addition to encouraging children to ban football prior to high school and middle school, nearly 47-percent of respondents would be very or somewhat likely to encourage their own child or another child to avoid playing contact football altogether.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Do you think the 346-million dollar cut of the IRS' budget was warranted, in retaliation for past misdeeds or both?