Kenny Chesney Returning To Heinz Field In 2018Kenny Chesney is hitting the road in 2018 and will be bringing his tour back to Pittsburgh.
Crash Closes Inbound Route 65 Near McKees Rocks BridgeA crash along Route 65 is having a major impact on the Wednesday morning commute.
Sandusky To Learn If He'll Get New Trial Or Charges TossedA Pennsylvania judge is expected to rule on Jerry Sandusky's request for a new trial on Wednesday.
Police Investigating After Car Crashes Through A Fence, Over EmbankmentPittsburgh Police are investigating after a car went off West Carson Street, landing in a parking lot below.
Chimney Fire Spreads, Damaging West Homestead HomeA fire believed to have started in a chimney quickly spread, damaging a family's home Tuesday night.
Woman Fighting Charges, Says Ex-Boyfriend Left Kittens To Die In Extreme HeatA Westmoreland County couple is facing animal cruelty charges after police say they put six kittens in a box and left them to die in extremely hot temperatures.
Big Pharma Donates Millions To Congress, Including Pa. MembersHow did the pharmaceutical industry get Congress to relax oversight of opioid distribution? Follow the money, says the non-partisan Center for Responsive Politics.
Pa. Congressman Withdraws Nomination As Drug Czar After '60 Minutes' ReportThe word first came in a tweet from President Donald Trump: “Rep. Tom Marino has informed me that he is withdrawing his name from consideration as drug czar.”
Newlywed Couple’s Pet Pig Gets Another Reprieve From LeechburgThe Leechburg Borough Council has once again postponed a decision on the fate of a newlywed couple’s pet pot-bellied pig, named Finley.
Butler Co. Woman Celebrates 112th Birthday, Is 8th Oldest Person In U.S.ucy Treccasse has seen it all. She was born in 1905, and now she’s celebrating her 112th birthday.
Classes Canceled In Ringgold School District Due To Teachers’ StrikeLast-minute negotiations broke down Tuesday in the Ringgold School District, which means a teachers’ strike will begin on Wednesday morning.
Controversial App Offers Birth Control Delivery Without Parental ConsentThere's a new app available in more than a dozen states, including Pennsylvania, that offers birth control delivered right to your door without a visit to the doctor or insurance.