People living in Chartiers Township were ordered to “Shelter in Place” when fire broke out inside a metal manufacturing plant on Thursday evening.
Pine-Richland Middle School was closed Thursday after a gas leak late Wednesday night.
Dozens of barges broke free and ended up getting stuck at a lock and dam along the Ohio River over the weekend.
Some roadways in downtown Pittsburgh may still be closed Sunday due to flooding, so PennDOT is suggesting some alternate ways to get to the Steelers game at Heinz Field.
Former Leechburg Police Chief Michael Diebold was released from jail Thursday, almost one week after he was arrested and charged with underage solicitation.
Police are looking for a gunman after a shooting in East Pittsburgh this morning prompted a lockdown in the Woodland Hills School District.
Ticks were a big problem over the summer especially in Western Pennsylvania, but if you thought the cold weather killed them off — think again.
A woman was flown to the hospital after a shooting early Thursday morning in Clairton.
Crews have completed repairs on an icy road in Lawrenceville and hope to have it re-opened to traffic by Wednesday afternoon.
A family was forced from their home by an intense fire Tuesday morning.
These temperatures are not to be taken lightly, as long stretches of prolonged cold can take a toll on your home, your health and your car.
The Dollar Bank Children’s Fireworks show lit up the night sky by the Highmark Stage downtown, kicking off Highmark First Night Pittsburgh!
A man who was shot while in the passenger seat of a car traveling through the city earlier this month has died.
A chiropractor who was helping some patients inside his Shaler office jumped into action to help a woman who was in labor in a car in his parking lot Friday.
A mother is suing the McGuffey School District after she says three teachers could be heard making fun of her daughter, who is a special needs student, in a voicemail that was left on her phone in 2015.