Investigators are trying to untangle the series of events leading up to the murder of 33-year old teacher Rachel DelTondo of Aliquippa.
Dogged by rumors, speculation and innuendo, on Wednesday, Rachael DelTondo’s former fiancé and his attorney tried to clear the air.
Investigators say the murder of a former teacher who was gunned down in her mother’s driveway in Aliquippa over the weekend was “a crime of passion.”
The death of a young woman, who was gunned down overnight in her family’s driveway in Aliquippa, Beaver County, has been ruled a homicide.
Pittsburgh International Airport’s new solicitations policy is ruffling some charity’s feathers.
Nowhere have changes to Pittsburgh been more dramatic than in East Liberty, where luxury apartments and stores and restaurants cater to a new class of urban professionals.
The shortage of seasonal workers will have a ripple effect on the entire economy, severely impacting some businesses and delivering a death blow to others.
Workers to fill jobs that don’t require a college education are in high demand.
Mount Washington sits atop abandoned coal mines, deep rock fissures and layers of red clay, all of which make it prone to the rockfalls and slides.
The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is set to reveal a massive top-to-bottom reorganization of parishes and clergy this weekend.
He suffered cardiac arrest two years ago during the Pittsburgh Marathon, and now the man is changing his life and home.
Throughout the region — public works and road crews are playing whack a mole — no sooner do they clear a street of a landslide than they are called to another.
After years of trying to regulate towing in the city, the Peduto administration will be forwarding new legislation balancing the rights of citizens and the property owners.
A local lawyer is going to bat for people who say they’ve become the victims of predatory towing in the Pittsburgh area.
It’s the new trend in student housing. Upscale, luxury apartments are sprouting up in Oakland, changing the college experience from what many are used to.