Tuskegee Airmen Honored
Three men from our area were honored yesterday as they were inducted into the Tuskegee Airmen Memorial at Sewickley Cemetery.
Body Found on the North Side
The County Medical Examiner is investigating the discovery of a body this morning on the North Side. Paramedics found the man unresponsive at Timber Way and Perry South.
Hempfield Man Dies in Crash
A Hempfield man died this morning after he crashed his vehicle into a home on Skidmore road. The man has been identified as Aaron James Koring, age 19.
One Person Shot in McKee's Rocks
An unidentified victim was shot before noon today in McKee's Rocks. The Post Gazette reports that the man was shot in the back and was treated at the scene by emergency responders.
Two Arrests in Perry South
Two men found to have been hiding with a stolen handgun have been arrested.
Bloomfield Institution Del's Calls It Quits
Another longtime restaurant in the Pittsburgh area is closing its doors, KQV's Earl Bugaile has the story ...
Comcast Cares Day
Comcast employees will be providing volunteer support Saturday for area non-profits as part of Comcast Cares Day.
Reward Increases Again for Information on Dogs Found Dead in Hopewell
The reward fund has been increased for information leading to the arrest of a person responsible for the deaths of 20 dogs in Beaver County.
Pitt Names New Athletic Director
University of Pittsburgh Chancellor Patrick Gallagher introduces the new Athletic Director Scott Barnes as a man of great warmth, integrity, and sincerity with a proven track record.
CMU Computer Takes on Poker Pros
Over the next two weeks, the latest case of "man versus machine" will be on display at the Rivers Casino. In the past, it was chess with Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov in 1996.
Police Warn Plum Students About Social Media Threats
The current investigation involving Plum High School teachers accused of having inappropriate sexual relationships with students has not only been news in the traditional media, but many...
Weekend Movie Reviews With Jason Nathanson
This week ABC News Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson is reviewing two new movies opening in time for the weekend, The Age of Adaline and Little Boy.
With the 114th Congress now settling into the new realities of the Republican majority, members are apparently discovering what it's like to work together across party lines toward concrete, achievable goals. There was the Medicare doctor payment fix okayed last month, Loretta Lynch confirmation as the next U.S. Attorney General and the Senate Education committee's approval of a rewrite of the No Child Left Behind Act.
KQV/Trib Total Media Listener Poll Should NSA's authorization to collect bulk phone records under the Patriot Act be renewed?