After years of blight and decline, Braddock is coming back in big and stunning ways.
Plans are in the works to build a tiny house village for veterans who have had a tough time transitioning back to society.
The developers of the old Westinghouse research property in Churchill were called before a county health department hearing officer Monday, accused of illegally removing tons of asbestos materials from the building.
A tenant in a new luxury apartment building in Bloomfield says when it rains, it pours… inside his apartment.
What once was a 62-acre lake at Ryerson Park in Greene County is now just a dried up lake bed.
Pittsburghers are known for their warmth and hospitality, but some new home buyers may have their doubts.
Friday, in an emotion-choked session, the House of Representatives took a giant step towards making the Global War on Terror Memorial a reality.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner is calling high blood lead levels in Pittsburgh’s children a public health crisis, but the health department disputes her claims.
For 37 years, the murder of Saxonburg Police Chief Gregory Adams was shrouded in mystery until the body of fugitive Donald Eugene Webb was unearthed last week in the backyard of his wife’s home in Massachusetts.
Thousands of people in the City of Pittsburgh may be drinking water with elevated levels of lead and not even know it.
Beaver County stands to lose millions in federal funding because of the alleged actions of one of its lawyers.
Andrew Brennan was a junior at Central Catholic High School when the planes hit the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001. Now a veteran, he’s spearheading the effort to get a Global War on Terror Memorial built.
The DEP and Allegheny County Health Department are looking into a smoky haze that’s lingering over part of Clairton.
Tearing down walls and building bridges between police and the community, that’s the motto of new initiatives for Pittsburgh Police Bureau zone five.
PETA has fired another salvo at Pitt claiming 50 incidents of abuse on research mice.