The Allegheny County Health Department announced the number of Lyme Disease cases has nearly doubled over the last decade.
For many people, trying to hear a cell-phone conversation can be challenging. In Consumer Reports’ tests, no cell phone has received an excellent or even a very good rating for voice quality.
A bill to allow private licensees to take over the state-controlled sale of wine and liquor in Pennsylvania is under construction by House and Senate Republicans.
State Police in Westmoreland County are investigating after a string of recent vehicle break-ins in a number of local communities.
While pollen allergies have subsided, a different allergy has kicked up.
Pittsburgh Police are investigating a possible child luring in Lawrenceville.
The Riverwalk by Pittsburgh’s sports stadiums is a beautiful place to walk, run and bike, but not so much lately.
Thousands are expected to participate in another Open Streets event this weekend.
The time capsule which has been at the center of a custody battle in Pittsburgh has now been opened.
Lots of people around the country have showed their support for the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage Friday.
A federal grand jury has indicted a foreign citizen in a conspiracy to file more than 900 phony federal tax returns seeking $2.2 million in refunds by using employee information stolen from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Supreme Court says same-sex couples have right to marry in all 50 states.
A water main break in West Mifflin caused some problems Friday morning.
Pittsburgh Police are investigating after a reported home invasion in the city’s Spring Garden neighborhood Thursday night.
The mayor calls it “bikelash” — a resistance to change for a healthier, more vibrant city.
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.
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!