• Pittsburgh Steelers bought dinner for election workers in Allegheny County

    With election results still coming in, all eyes are on Pennsylvania. And one of the state’s professional football teams is making sure its election workers are well fed. The Pittsburgh Steelers bought dinner for election workers on Wednesday night, Allegheny County said. In a video shared on Twitter, the county thanked the Steelers for “chicken, rigatoni, veggies, […]

  • Women in viral Pittsburgh Marathon photo encouraged each other to finish the race

    A heartwarming photo capturing the moment that the final two runners crossed the finish line of the Pittsburgh Marathon hand-in-hand, has gone viral and sparked conversations about sportsmanship and camaraderie. Laura Mazur and Jessica Robertson had never met before they reached the mile 14 marker at the Pittsburgh Marathon on May 5. Mazur, 37, of New Bremen, Ohio, was […]

  • Joe Biden to announce his 2020 presidential bid on Thursday

    Joe Biden will announce his presidential campaign on Thursday with an online video, sources familiar with the plans confirm to CNN. The former vice president’s team has been laying the campaign groundwork for months. Biden will hold his first campaign event in Pittsburgh on Monday, a source said. The Delaware Democrat also is making plans […]

  • Father Charged After Infant Son Suffocates While Sleeping on Him

    A Pennsylvania father who said he fell asleep with his month-old son on his chest is facing charges after the infant suffocated and died. Owen Labrenn Copney, 26, told police that on Sept. 17 he dozed off with his son on his chest and when he woke he noticed that the baby “had shifted from his […]

  • Mourning and protests as Pittsburgh’s Jewish community begins burying their dead

    As thousands in Pittsburgh’s Jewish community began burying their dead, President Donald Trump encountered hundreds of protesters when he quietly paid his respects. Funerals were held Tuesday for a beloved family doctor, a pillar of the congregation, and two 50-something brothers known as the Rosenthal “boys.” Thousands of mourners jammed a synagogue, a Jewish community […]

  • Muslim Americans raise more than $120,000 for those affected by Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

    A Muslim American group has raised more than $125,000 through an online crowdfunding campaign to help families affected by Saturday’s mass shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, which killed at least 11. CelebrateMercy, one of the organizers of the campaign, told NBC News that the money will assist families with medical bills, funeral expenses and other immediate […]

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