Police Misconduct Activists Champion County Police Review Board, But Pittsburgh Board Shows The Idea Could Have Limits By An-Li Herring • Jul 24, 2018 An-Li Herring / 90.5 WESA An effort to create a countywide civilian police review board has gained momentum since a police officer shot and killed 17-year-old Antwon Rose last month. Two weeks ago, a closely divided Allegheny County Council voted to hold up to four public meetings on how to form such a board. But as the city of Pittsburgh has learned, establishing such a board may be the easy part. High Hopes: PA's First Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Serve As Salve For Patients In Chronic Pain By Megan Harris • Feb 16, 2018 Keith Srakocic / AP It's been nearly two years since Pennsylvania legalized medical marijuana, and this week, a handful of dispensaries began selling it. Police Misconduct Costs Chicago So Much The City Has To Borrow To Pay For It By Megan Harris • Oct 3, 2017 Chicago Police Department / AP Police misconduct can do a lot of damage -- inciting fear or upsetting the public trust that officers need to do their jobs, especially when their actions affect primarily people of color.