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Local t-shirt shop raises more than $4K for Tree of Life victims

Local t-shirt shop raises more than $4K for Tree of Life victims

January 2, 2019


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News

JOHNSTOWN (RMU SENTRY MEDIA/CNN) -- T-shirts traveled as far south as Hawaii and as far west as California. "They went all over," said Jody Altemus an American Eagle Screen Print and Embroidery employee. "We may have hit every state but I didn't keep track of that." A small town fundraiser, raising...

Police vehicles get ‘Stronger Than Hate’ decals

Police vehicles get ‘Stronger Than Hate’ decals

Gage Goulding, News Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News

PITTSBURGH -- Some police vehicles in the City of Pittsburgh has received a new addition to their decals, a remembrance of the worst anti-Semitic shooting in U.S. history. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police announced on Tuesday that they have placed "Stronger Than Hate" decals on all of the police vehicles...

Pittsburgh Police investigate anti-Semitic messages in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Police investigate anti-Semitic messages in Pittsburgh

Gage Goulding, News Editor

December 9, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Police department is investigating anti-Semitic messages that are being distributed around the city. Police issued a statement today saying that they are aware and are investigating the hate speech. Pamphlets are being delivered in several Pittsburgh neighborhoods including...

City creates Public Safety Support Trust Fund

City creates Public Safety Support Trust Fund

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

November 7, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News

PITTSBURGH -- The City of Pittsburgh announced on Wednesday that it has created the Public Safety Support Trust Fund. With the authorization of the city controller, the City Council of Pittsburgh created the fund that will hold monetary donations in support of the Public Safety Department, said the...

Rally for peace scheduled at Point State Park

Rally for peace scheduled at Point State Park

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

November 7, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH -- Mayor Bill Peduto announced a citywide rally for peace that will be held on Friday. In a statement to media, the Pittsburgh mayor invited all Pittsburgh residents to join him at a public event Friday at 12 p.m. The rally, which will be held at Point State Park, will honor the victims...

City of Pittsburgh issues statement on presidential visit

City of Pittsburgh issues statement on presidential visit

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH -- With President Donald Trump visiting Pittsburgh, the city's Department of Public Safety urged Pittsburgh to be patient. "We ask residents and commuters to plan ahead and avoid the East End of the city, and to exercise patience when encountering traffic delays this afternoon due to temporary...

Names of officers injured in synagogue shooting released

Names of officers injured in synagogue shooting released

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Manager

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH - The names of the six officers injured during the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue has been released. Police say that 46-year-old Robert Bowers entered the place of worship Saturday morning where he opened fire killing 11 people and injuring another six people, including four...

Mayor Bill Peduto: Social media carries the city

Mayor Bill Peduto: Social media carries the city

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Pittsburgh News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH - Following the murder of 11 people at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto took to Twitter to console the entire community. A timeline of posts to Twitter from Peduto are listed below, starting with his first about the incident. The posts are listed...

Statement from Pittsburgh Public Safety on synagogue shooting

Statement from Pittsburgh Public Safety on synagogue shooting

Gage Goulding, Assistant News Editor

October 30, 2018


Filed under Moon Twp. News, News, Pittsburgh News, RMU News, Top Stories

PITTSBURGH - The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety released a statement on the Tree of Life Synagogue mass shooting. 46-year-old Robert Bowers entered the synagogue Saturday morning where he killed 11 people and injured 6 more, 4 of which are police officers. RELATED STORIES: Names...

Vigil held for victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Vigil held for victims of Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Gage Goulding, News Editor

October 27, 2018


Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, Pittsburgh News, Video

SQUIRREL HILL - During the worst anti-Semitic shooting in U.S. history, 11 people were killed and 6 more were injured at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh when 46-year-old gunman Robert Bowers opened fire inside the place of worship.