Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Tightening Security for the Pittsburgh Marathon

MarathonSafety2.jpg
Deanna Garcia
/
90.5/WESA

  Less than three weeks after the Boston Marathon bombing, Pittsburgh will stage its own annual 26.2 mile event. While Pittsburgh Marathon officials say security has been beefed up since a bomb scare during the 2010 race, Public Safety Director Michael Huss joins us to discuss other plans in the works to secure the event and what racers and spectators can expect on May 5th.

Recent Episodes Of The Confluence