Pittsburgh Police have identified two suspects in the weekend murder of Marshall-Shadeland barbershop owner.
Some local kids are going to get a big surprise at the bus stop when they go back to school.
People in Vandergrift are disappointed to hear that a TV show that’s been filming there is coming to end.
Authorities in western Pennsylvania have postponed a nearly three-month closure of an incline that gives sightseers a panoramic view of Pittsburgh.
A local woman is giving her dad a late Father’s Day gift. It won’t be wrapped in fancy paper with a bow, but it will save his life.
One person was injured when a car crashed near the Federal Building in Downtown Pittsburgh Wednesday evening.
Police are investigating after a shooting Wednesday evening on the North Side sent one person to the hospital.
Pittsburgh Police are searching for a missing man who has been without his prescription medication since Monday.
Pittsburgh Police are asking for help from the public locating a missing teenager who they believe has run away from her home.
Kennywood opened “Ice Age: No Time For Nuts” 4-D Theater Wednesday.
For 18 months, Richard Beatty was sent water bills to a home that no longer existed. That’s when he called Get Marty.
Consumer Reports found that while some hospitals have been successful at cutting their infection rates, many have not.
Power has been full restored to UPMC Mercy Hospital after an outage had the facility running on a backup generator for a few hours on Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Thinking of getting some painting done around the house, but hate the idea of investing the time?
On their first full day in pads, the Steelers are concentrating on football.
Check out these Steelers as they show up for training camp at St. Vincent’s College.
It’s the piece de resistance of this pickle party! Crews were hard at work Thursday inflating the giant Heinz Pickle balloon ahead of the weekend Picklesburgh food festival!
Hundreds of furries at the 2015 Anthrocon convention walked outside the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in their first-ever public parade.
It’s been a decade since they last played in Pittsburgh.
Thousands of her biggest fans packed the stadium for her 1989 world tour.
From Lawrenceville to Oakland to Castle Shannon, Pittsburghers around the region marked Memorial Day with observances and ceremonies honoring the great men and women who have served our country.
Dorothy’s first chick was up and moving around the nest, but not without a few stumbles.