Sarah Schneider comes to Pittsburgh by way of the prairie state of Illinois. She spent the summer of 2014 getting to know Pittsburgh as a reporting and photography intern with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She now collaborates on special projects including the Life of Learning Initiative as the station’s PULSE - Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience - fellow. Sarah graduated from Southern Illinois University’s Journalism School in May. During her four years there she worked as a reporter and editor at the school newspaper, the Daily Egyptian. She has previously interned at newspapers in eastern Idaho and central Illinois. You can often find Sarah behind a camera documenting people she meets and discovering new places. She also enjoys reading, crocheting and National Geographic documentaries.
A deadly shooting unfolded at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh on Saturday. Six people were also injured in the attack, which authorities said was being investigated as a hate crime.
Some parents and administrators don't feel it's their place to discuss a recent report on clergy sex abuse with young children. But are providing a space for students to voice their concerns.
Residents of Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C., have taken a special interest in eagle cams this month. Eaglets have hatched in nests in both cities. Outside Pittsburgh, the nest is drawing a crowd.