Today is Earth Day and Pittsburgh has made huge strides in becoming more environmentally-conscious over the last few years.
Two teenagers were charged for allegedly driving a stolen vehicle, even though they were both too young to have a driver’s license.
A Plum teacher is facing witness intimidation charges in relation to an ongoing investigation of a former teacher having an inappropriate relationship with a student.
A Connellsville Police officer is facing charges after allegedly accepting sexual favors from a teenager.
A Plum Area School District teacher accused of having sex with a student will stand trial.
Officials are looking into a fire at a Brentwood pet grooming business.
A man accused of burglary and attempted burglary in Pleasant Hills has turned himself into police.
A man linked to four bank robberies in the South Hills by his red beard, who then wore a fake red beard for two more, has pleaded guilty to all six heists.
The mastermind behind the capture of Saddam Hussein is in Pittsburgh this week sharing his incredible story about the capture of one of the world’s most wanted men.
One person has reportedly been killed and another wounded after a shooting at a bar in the Hill District Tuesday evening.
Google – the largest internet search engine in the world – was listing the wrong information for a local, causing the owner to lose money.
Police have charged a Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority worker has been suspended from his job and charged with selling heroin out of one of the authority’s trucks.
It’s hard to imagine an American home without a working water heater, but if your heater fails this month, be prepared.
Huntington Bank in the Grant Building has some very high-priced checks. But their value has more to do with who wrote the checks, than the amounts themselves.
Many assume that visually impaired and blind people do not use their televisions much. But, that is hardly the case. It is also why one company is unveiling a “talking TV guide.”
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.
One person was killed and two others were injured in a rollover crash in Springfield Township, Fayette County, on Dec. 26, 2014.