84 Lumber Cashing In On "Tiny House" CrazeTiny houses have been popping up all over the place. But 84 Lumber, in Washington County, is the first major retailer enter the market.
Snapchat Video Shows Victim Moments Before Deadly Shooting20-year-old Isha Tyree posted a video on Snapchat just moments before she was shot and killed Sunday night in Perry South.
KDKA Investigates: Former Pastors, Member Call Bridgeville Church Cult-LikeThe pastors and the congregation say they are an ordinary Bible-believing, non-denominational Christian Church consistent with widely-held Protestant professions of faith.
Men Accused Of Selling Heroin In Burger King Play AreaTwo men have been arrested in North Versailles, accused of selling heroin in the play area of a Burger King.
Can Billboards Spy On You Via Your Smartphone?Smart phones are everywhere and they can track our whereabouts, but how about a billboard that can track us when we are nearby with that same phone?
Eye Of The Storm: Jeff Verszyla Visits National Storm Prediction CenterThere's a group of people in Norman, Oklahoma who know before any of us when severe weather is going to happen.
Man Accused Of Trying To Strangle 16-Year-Old With BeltA Uniontown man is facing charges, accused of attempting to strangle a 16-year-old girl with a belt.
Pa. Turnpike, PennDOT Give Green Light To 70 MPH Speed Limit ExpansionOfficials announced Monday new stretches of the interstate network that will be posted with 70 mile per hour speed limits.
Police: Man Responsible For Peace Sign Graffiti ArrestedPittsburgh Police believe they have caught the man responsible for spraying blue peace signs all over Downtown.
Immigration Rally Held In BeechviewFor centuries, America has been called a great melting pot, where people of all ethnicities blend into one population.
Hundreds Take Part In 'Comcast Cares' Improvement EventVolunteers stationed at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA on Bennett Street weren't afraid to get their hands dirty this weekend.
Sandusky Appears In Court, Seeks New Trial & Overturned ConvictionFormer Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is back in the courtroom this afternoon.