KDKA Investigates: Homes Hang Precariously From Cliff, Owners Blame Construction Of Nearby Luxury Development
First the decks fell, then the foundations began to slip, and now all five homes along a stretch of Beechwood Boulevard are threatening to topple over.
KDKA Investigates: Convicted Murderer’s Daughters Concerned Over State’s Paroling Of Violent Criminals
They witnessed the murder of their mother and grandmother by their estranged father more than 25 years ago, but now the state parole board is letting him out of prison.
If you picked up the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday morning, you might have noticed that something was missing.
Two woman are fighting to keep their estranged father in jail, more than 25 years after he shot and killed their mother and grandmother.
A former state lawmaker who has also been disbarred is now facing criminal charges.
KDKA’s investigation has sparked a debate about travel expenses in the Pittsburgh Public School District.
A KDKA investigation finds that in 2017, through the month of November, the Pittsburgh Public District spent $306,000 on travel expenses.
KDKA has learned that many plow operators just didn’t come to work this weekend, leaving the city shorthanded during last week’s snow and ice storm.
A Pittsburgh Public Schools administration official is on paid leave.
A few weeks back we told you the sad tale of Don Cameron an aging U.S. Army vet who seems to have misplaced his trust in a home health aide named Melissa Miller.
There are new developments in an investigation into a Clairton kennel after complaints about pets contracting the deadly parvovirus.
A woman says her newly-adopted dog got sick and died from the Parvovirus after going to the Gaydos-Behanna Kennel to be microchipped.
State fire commissioner Tim Solobay stepped down Sunday with the resurfacing of a sexual harassment claim filed six years ago by an aide who worked for Solobay when he was still a state senator.
Some people were waiting hours in Strip District on Friday to get what they needed for Christmas, but despite the chaos, there was still a festive atmosphere.
Some coal miners say they didn’t get the opportunities they were promised through a job training program.