Synagogue Shooting

‘Darkest day in Pittsburgh’s history’: Officials discuss new details in Squirrel Hill massacre

Thousands attend vigil to support, foster healing after Pittsburgh synagogue shooting

‘We will not be broken:’ Emotional vigil held for victims of Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting

Harrowing tales emerge from synagogue; suspect due in court

‘Assaults against humanity’: Ex-Gov. Ridge, other leaders react to Pittsburgh synagogue shootings

Remembering the Victims: A look at the 11 lives taken during Saturday’s massacre

Here are the names of the 11 victims of the Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting

Brothers killed in synagogue attack had ‘a love for life and for those around them’

Synagogue shooting victim Jerry Rabinowitz remembered as ‘one of the finest people’

Shooting victim Joyce Fienberg, longtime Pitt researcher, embraced grad students

Richard Gottfried, synagogue shooting victim, worked to help refugees and immigrants

Synagogue victim Melvin Wax was leading shabbat services during shooting

Bernice and Sylvan Simon, a married couple, were victims of synagogue shooting

‘He would never walk away from anybody’: Shooting victim Irving Younger remembered for friendly spirit

Friends: Daniel Stein made even the toughest tasks enjoyable

Synagogue victim Rose Mallinger was a young 97; her daughter Andrea Wedner expected to recover from wounds

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald: ‘Proud to call Squirrel Hill my home’

Berks leaders lament escalation of hate

Israeli general consul stops in Pittsburgh for ‘heartbreaking’ visit

In Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill, anger, unity, and grief-stricken calls to ‘vote’

Interfaith crowd packs a Philadelphia temple to show solidarity with Pittsburgh

‘Peace, Unity, Prayer’ vigil in Monroeville stresses importance of community

Federal prosecutors seek death penalty for Robert Bowers

A vibrant, welcoming neighborhood is infused with anguish after shooting

$515,000 raised for synagogue shooting; other ways to help

Vigil at JCC tonight for Pittsburgh shooting victims

What is Gab, the social media network frequented by the Pittsburgh shooter?

The Squirrel Hill mass shooting spotlights HIAS’s history of aiding refugees

Why the Pittsburgh shooter raged about immigration before attacking a synagogue

After the Squirrel Hill massacre, synagogues across the U.S. weigh adding more security

Jewish leaders, law enforcement ramping up security after Pittsburgh attack

Many Orthodox Jews turned their phones on at the Sabbath’s end — then learned of a massacre

Empire State Building goes dark to honor Squirrel Hill synagogue victims


If Pa. state government won’t help working families, it’s up to Philly and Pittsburgh | Opinion

Want to scare Pennsylvania’s legislature? Show them you’re paying attention and vote | Editorial

Why these criminal justice reforms should be a no-brainer for Pa., no matter what party you’re in | Opinion


SPECIAL REPORT: As costs skyrocket, Pennsylvania’s share of special education funding has fallen

Hearing tonight on W-B Area consolidation


In state House, challenger Emily Skopov may represent Dems’ best chance to defeat Mike Turzai

Bob Casey Jr. for new term in U.S. Senate

Where Gov. Tom Wolf, Scott Wagner clash on school funding

Education advocates share their thoughts on gubernatorial politics

Davis, Tomlinson focus on property taxes, gambling revenue in 6th District Senate race

Fields faces Mensch in 24th Dist. Senate race

Historic number of women candidates, open seats, in state campaigns

Dems eye infrastructure to deliver early win if they take the House

The battle for control of Congress will be joined in Pennsylvania

Democratic wave faces GOP gerrymandering in US House races

Even if a blue wave hits, GOP favored to keep control at the Pa. Capitol

Pennsylvania incumbents for governor, Senate in four-way contests

Both state Senate seats on ballot in Berks are contested

In Reading, as Election Day nears, it’s a street-by-street fight for every vote | John L. Micek

Something to think about days before Election Day | John Baer

Deadline to apply for absentee ballot looms

Polling places that have moved since November 2016

Local News

Tour of Hollenback Cemetery raises funds for Florence Foster Jenkins marker

Flood protection search ongoing in West Pittston

Luzerne County Controller seeking $5,000 for outside legal counsel in 2019 budget

Tab for assessment appeal refunds frustrates Luzerne County officials

Lackawanna County Land Bank highlighted as example of success

Scranton hears chamber pitch for 10-year tax abatements on improvements

MONDAY UPDATE: Carbondale broken meters issue mostly resolved

National News

A Colorado lawsuit over marijuana and property values may have broad impacts

Wait times for citizenship applications stretch to 2 years


Food truck entrepreneurs work to rescue a South Philly park

Philly wants to teach retiring business owners how to sell — to their workers


Pittsburgh pushes back public hearing on sprinkler proposal

Flawed approach: Voters should reject children’s fund referendum

State News

How much does it cost — or save — workers to commute across state lines?