Retiring Old Glory
The Insect Hotel
Kevin Reisch from Boy Scout Troop 205 talks about creating an “insect hotel” at the Morosini Reserve in Murrysville.
“American Idol” Gabby Barrett Fans
Some “Team Gabby” fans from Pittsburgh traveled to Hollywood, Calif. to cheer on “American Idol” contestant Gabby Barrett on April 23, 2018.
Thomas G. Stanko bond reduction
The attorney for an acquaintance of a missing woman discusses a bond reduction in a receiving stolen property case. Attorney David J. Shrager said his client has spoke with the police about the disappearance of Cassandra Gross, 51, of Unity and denies involvement.
Bruno Sammartino viewing
Hundreds of mourners paid final respects Saturday and Sunday to Pittsburgh wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino, who died April 18 at age 82.
Alabama defensive tackle talks about impact Karl Dunbar made on his career.
A Very Special Prom
Special Needs adults enjoy a very special prom, Saturday April 21, 2018 at St. Mary’s Dome in Latrobe.
Organizers held two proms back to back so that roughly 600 adults could enjoy catered food, a DJ and have a professional photographer take their photo.
Earth Day Cleanup
Friends of Harrison Hills Park hosted an Earth Day cleanup event at their learning center and outdoor classroom on April 21.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
About 1,000 people attended the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event hosted by the Blackburn Center in Greensburg on Saturday, April 21, 2018, to raise awareness about gender-based violence.
Penn Hills student walkout
Penn Hills and Woodland Hills students gathered at the Penn Hills YMCA April 20, 2018, to participate in the National School Walkout in support of ending gun violence and improving school safety.
Sidney Crosby postgame after a 4-2 loss to Philadelphia in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series.
Cindy Adams Dunn
Dunn, who is secretary of the Department Of Conservation and Natural Resources, discussed the impact of climate change in Pennsylvania during a visit to Saint Vincent College.
Davitt Woodwell, Pa. Environmental Council
Woodwell spoke outside a conference at Saint Vincent College where Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn spoke about the impact of climate change.
Transforming a prison to a veterans center
Bob Wright project manager for the Greensburg Sunrise Veterans Center talks about plans for transforming the site "from a place of incarceration to one of liberation" for returning veterans.
Katie Rostek, the Sewickley Herald's Emerging Citizen of the Year.
Pitt cornerback talks about his experience at the NFL Combine. Coach Pat Narduzzi also talks about Maddox's NFL prospects.
Burrell baseball wants more
Burrell senior Nick Hwostow and junior Luke Virag talk about the Bucs’ play this season and their section title aspirations.
Residents Return to Burned Apartments
Former residents of 1300 Alabama Ave. in Harrison return to their apartments to retrieve any personal belongings before a demolition crew starts Thursday, April 19, 2018
State police seek witness
State police are seeking help identifying a man who may have witnessed a fatal fire in Jeannette on April 10, 2018.
Steelers cornerback talks about his offseason workout program.
Wagner walk-off HR
Seton LaSalle's Lexi Wagner hits a walk-off home run in a game against Serra Catholic on April 18, 2018.
Robert Briestensky heads back at to jail Wednesday after jurors in his double murder case are unable to render a verdict and a mistrial was declared.
Trout In The Classroom
Apollo Ridge Science Teacher Mike Saxion, works with his First and Second grade student on releasing trout as part of the Trout In The Classroom Program
Ed "Hutch" Hutchinson Funeral Procession
Greensburg firefighters and residents pay their respects as long serving fire chief Ed "Hutch" Hutchinson's funeral procession makes its way to the cemetery in Greensburg, on Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
A Macy’s Thanksgiving Surprise
Franklin Regional students were surprised Tuesday, April 17, 2018, with the news that they’ll be marching in the 2019 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
State Police Chase Injures 2 In Rostraver Township
Trooper Robert Broadwater gives details of six-mile chase that resulted in overturned vehicle on Indian Hill Road and sent two, including 3-year-old girl, to Pittsburgh hospitals with non-life threatening injuries on Wednesday.