A Plum High School teacher accused of having sex with a student had his bond revoked during a hearing Wednesday morning
There may be some good news for a little boy in desperate need of a liver transplant.
A 107-year-old western Pennsylvania bridge was imploded Wednesday morning.
University of Pittsburgh wide receiver Tyler Boyd will stand trial on DUI charges.
A man has been arrested for robbing a woman in Cranberry Township, and then shoving her into the trunk of her car.
State police are conducting a full investigation into a pursuit that ended with a deadly crash in Oakland.
A PennDOT computer glitch left one local man in quite a predicament.
What was supposed to be a dream birthday vacation in paradise turned into life and death struggle for a Pittsburgh boy.
Police are investigating a body found in a burned out car near Slippery Rock Township.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday he will veto the Republican-crafted spending plan that the GOP’s huge majorities in the state Legislature sent to him just hours before the state government’s fiscal year ended.
An investigation has started after a newborn baby slipped out of a nurse’s hands at Uniontown Hospital.
A 17-hour stand off in Latrobe on July 19, 2013 ended with the suspect dead. Today the findings from a corner’s inquest into the incident were released.
A Pittsburgh Public Works supervisor was suspended for sending a racially-charged text message to one of his employees.
The message was sent last month after the employee called in sick.
Looking for an affordable way to buy that new refrigerator or living room set? Shopping at a rent-to-own store may seem like the best option if you’re short on cash. But, Consumer Reports warns that some of those so-called deals could end up busting your budget.
Emergency crews are on the scene of a fatal car accident in Westmoreland County.
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!