Local Jury Will Hear Cyanide Poisoning Case After All
Jury selection is set for September 22 in the homicide case against the University of Pittsburgh researcher accused of killing his wife by cyanide poisoning.
Obama Departs for European Trip
President Barack Obama is leaving for Europe, where he'll attend a NATO conference with Ukraine and ISIS on the agenda.
Immunization Rates for Children Remain High
Another school year means required vaccinations against childhood diseases.
East Allegheny Teachers on Strike
Teachers are walking the picket lines in the East Allegheny School District.
New Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School Opens
A brand new Catholic high school has opened in Butler County.
New Pittsburgh Police Chief Introduced
A year and a half after Nate Harper resigned in disgrace, Mayor Bill Peduto announced the selection of a new Pittsburgh police chief.
Allegheny County Campaigns for More Foster Parents
Allegheny County's Department of Human Services is developing a marketing and public relations campaign to increase foster care awareness and to recruit potential foster parents for...
Video Released Showing another American Executed by ISIS
An Internet video purports to show the beheading of another American reporter, Steven Sotloff, by the Islamic terrorist group ISIS.
Credit Card Debt Growing in Pittsburgh Area
It's no secret that Americans have a problem with credit card debt and people in Pittsburgh are no exception.
ACLU Presents Challenge to Government Collection of Phone Records
The American Civil Liberties Union presents a new test for the government's controversial collection of Americans' phone records, which critics say violates privacy rights.
Hiring Rangers For County Parks Could Cost County $500,000 to a Million Annually
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald wants to reassign county police officers that currently patrol parks and replace them with park rangers.
Report Finds Disturbing Pattern of Illnesses at State Prison
Abolitionist Law Center and the Human Rights Coalition have released a report entitled, No Escape: Exposure to Toxic Coal Waste at State Correctional Institution Fayette, based on a...
Yesterday an internet video entitled “A Second Message to America” purports to show the beheading of Steven Sotloff, the second American journalist beheaded in less than a month by the terorrist group ISIL. Meanwhile, U.S. Foreign Policy bars paying ransom to terrorist organizations in exchange for captured American hostages. According to a recent Reuters-Ipsos poll, 62-percent of Americans say they agree with the U.S. policy while 22 percent disagreed.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Do you think the United States should commit to airstrikes in Syria where they have captured a military base?