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POLICE BLOTTER in white lettering over top of a black background. There are two baby blue circles and a red circle behind the end of BLOTTER

Police Blotter: 1/31/23-2/02/23

Evelyn Luthringer
February 10, 2023

1/31/23: Departmental Information: RMU Police ran a criminal history on new police hire. The case is closed. 1/31/23: Motor Vehicle Accident without Injury: RMU staff reported a minor vehicle accident outside Lexington Hall. Both drivers denied medical treatment. All pertinent...

Officials Begin Controlled Release of Chemicals in East Palestines Derailed Train

Officials Begin Controlled Release of Chemicals in East Palestine’s Derailed Train

Ellie Whittington
February 6, 2023

On Friday, a train derailed in East Palestine, OH which caused a fire that burned for days. It has been closely monitored since the derailment, and the governors of Pennsylvania and Ohio have decided to take action. The train is carrying vinyl chloride in several train cars...

Charles Anderson Memorial Bridge to Close Immediately

Charles Anderson Memorial Bridge to Close Immediately

Evelyn Luthringer
February 1, 2023

City of Pittsburgh officials have announced the immediate closure of the Charles Anderson Memorial Bridge. The closure is necessary to be able to complete the necessary repairs to the bridge. Although it is closed to cars, the bridge will remain open to pedestrians and bicycles,...

Armstrong Tunnel to close Saturday morning

Armstrong Tunnel to close Saturday morning

Evelyn Luthringer
January 26, 2023

Over the weekend there will be some changes in routes many use to get around Pittsburgh. The Armstrong Tunnels will be closing during the morning on Saturday. The tunnel for those traveling inbound will be closed beginning at 6 a.m. and ending at 9 a.m. The outbound tunnel will...

Pittsburgh reviewing tax-exempt properties owned by charities

Pittsburgh reviewing tax-exempt properties owned by charities

Cole Brennan
January 25, 2023

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey issued an executive order directing the Finance and Law Departments to review tax-exempt properties owned by charities. The move was made to ensure it is appropriate under Pennsylvania law. The mayor released a statement Wednesday. "In the...

Photo Credits: Ellie Whittington

Bring Me the Horizon Tour Stops at the UPMC Events Center

Ellie Whittington, Contributor
October 20, 2022

Bring Me the Horizon brought their 2022 tour to the UPMC Events Center on Sunday. The tour started on Sept. 24 in New York. This is the ninth stop on their Post Human Tour. Siiickbrain, from Los Angeles, California, kicked off the show. This was the band's first time performing...

Kenny Kangaroo, Parker the Arrow, Iceburgh, and Archie the Owl pose for a photo at the 34th annual Schenley Park Mascot Skate.

(Photo Gallery) Schenley Park Mascot Skate

Bailey Noel, Chief Photographer
January 19, 2022

Schenley Park Skating Rink Hosts 34th Annual Mascot Skate

Melanie Hulse, Editor-in-Chief
January 19, 2022

On Saturday, Jan. 15 CitiParks hosted their annual Mascot Skate at Schenley Park. This year marks the 34th year of the event. The event brings together locally known Pittsburgh mascots such as the Pittsburgh Penguins "Iceburgh" or the Pittsburgh Pirates "Pirate Parrot." About...

POLICE BLOTTER in white lettering over top of a black background. There are two baby blue circles and a red circle behind the end of BLOTTER

Police Blotter: 11/23/21-11/29/21

Evelyn Luthringer
December 3, 2021

11/23/21: Fire Alarm-Smoke Detector Activated: A fire alarm was active in Salem Hall. Guardian Protection reported the alarm and officers responded. The case of the alarm was burnt garlic bread. The fire department was canceled. RMU maintenance was informed and the panel was...

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