Livability Ranks Pittsburgh In Top 100 Best Places To Live 2018Livability.com has named Pittsburgh one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live 2018.
Overnight Storm Topples Tree Onto Marshall Township HouseOvernight storms caused a large tree to fall onto a house in Marshall Township.
Police: Woman Assaults Nurse & Officer After Faking Ailment To Obtain Ambulance Ride To HospitalA woman is facing charges for attacking both a nurse in a hospital and the officer called to arrest her.
Westmoreland Co. Man Pleads Guilty To Causing Wife's 2016 SuicideAn elderly western Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of causing the suicide of his wife.
Solar Panels, Washing Machines Hit With Trump's TariffsPresident Donald Trump is approving tariffs on imported solar-energy components and large washing machines in a bid to help U.S. manufacturers.
Woman Facing Homicide Charges After Attacking Husband With HatchetA woman accused of using a hatchet to kill her husband is now facing homicide charges.
Ohio Man Wanted For Climbing Into Window, Assaulting VictimPolice in Ohio need your help tracking down a man wanted for burglary and assault charges.
Gov. Wolf Backs Court's Decision To Strike Down Congressional MapDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is backing the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision striking down the boundaries of the state's 18 congressional districts.
State Police Searching For Missing Teen From UniontownState police are hoping the public can help them find a missing teenage girl from Fayette County.
Shooting Victim Found Dead In Lincoln-Lemington ApartmentPolice are looking for a gunman after a man was found fatally shot Monday night inside an apartment building in the city's Lincoln-Lemington neighborhood.
Man Critically Injured In Shooting Inside Wendy's At Edgewood Towne Centre Police are investigating after a man was shot Monday evening inside the Wendy’s at the Edgewood Towne Centre shopping plaza.
Pa. Attorney General Stands Up For State’s Medical Marijuana LawMedical marijuana is now legal in Pennsylvania under state law, says state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, even if U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions claims it's illegal under federal law.