A judge in western Pennsylvania says he won’t grant a new juvenile court trial to a teenager who was 11 when he was charged with fatally shooting his father’s pregnant fiancée.
The president of the Boy Scouts of America, Robert Gates, said Thursday that the organization’s longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable and called for change in order to prevent “the end of us as a national movement.”
A season appeared to go up in smoke the night of Dec. 27.
A new exhibit at the Fort Pitt Museum, in Point State Park, explores a topic which may surprise many visitors.
Cars kill more than 5,000 pedestrians, bicyclists, and joggers each year. A vast majority of those accidents happen after the sun sets.
New home buyers are looking outdoors when house hunting, so having a great deck or patio is important when trying to sell.
Next Wednesday, former Pa. Sen. Rick Santorum is expected to announce he is again running for the Republican presidential nomination.
Allegheny Center Mall initially opened in the 1960s as a destination point — shopping, restaurants, a place to spend the afternoons.
At 1:14 p.m. Wednesday, 911 dispatchers knew something was terribly wrong when they got a call from Harrison Shaffer, 68.
Pittsburgh area high schools are once again showing off their creativity by making unique “lip dubs” featuring hundreds of students from their schools.
A grand jury is hearing testimony on the alleged teacher sex scandal at Plum High School.
One person was hospitalized after three vehicles crashed on Route 65.
A verdict has been reached in the case of a man charged with kidnapping his own daughter and causing a lengthy standoff in Altoona.
Backyard barbeques aren’t the only way to celebrate Memorial Day this year.
Dozens of people joined in a march for peace Wednesday night in honor of a 14-year-old boy who was killed in the East Hills.
Police responded to Shadyside’s busy business district on Friday night, April 10, where vandals shattered the windows on multiple storefronts.
Thousands of green-clad revelers packed Downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday, March 14, for the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade!
Hundreds of students taking part in Penn State’s annual dance marathon over the weekend have raised more than $13 million for pediatric cancer research and care.
Aerial photos of a huge fire in Homestead Friday morning.
It was a scary scene in Uniontown, Fayette County, on Thursday, Jan. 22, when a 7 cars of an 80-car freight train hauling fracking sand derailed near several homes.
The holiday season is in full swing, and soon, it’ll be time to welcome in the New Year! But first, we’re looking back at 2014’s newsmakers.