A river of runners — 7,700 strong — woke up early to wind their way through the North Shore and downtown on Thanksgiving morning.
A new report flags 38 people as high-volume senders of inappropriate emails, and says 13 senders were judges or senior government officials.
It’s called a “virtual kidnapping” and scammers are targeting people across the country.
State investigators say lax oversight at a Butler County residential treatment facility for children with autism and other developmental disabilities continues to jeopardize the safety of those who live there.
The tragedy in Canonsburg is part of a terrifying and disturbing national trend of the ambush shootings of police officers.
It’s a crisis that is gripping the nation, and spreading. Lawmakers across the country are trying to fight the growing problem of opioid addiction and overdose.
The Better Business Bureau is looking into claims that a Pittsburgh makeup artist is scamming brides out of hundreds of dollars.
The attorney general’s office has filed a consumer protection lawsuit alleging a company with 12 skilled nursing homes.
In the parking lot of the University Center Quality Inn in Oakland, the tow truck driver is a busy man.
The flood waters in August rushed through the low-lying neighborhoods of Connellsville.
Pittsburgh is full of old houses and between 20 and 30 percent of the housing stock has lead service lines.
A new biography is giving an inside look into Chuck Noll’s life, legacy and personal battle.
Since hopping a shipment into the United States six years ago, the Emerald Ash Borer has been eating its way through thousands of trees in our city’s parks.
Donald Trump and his key advisors have raised doubts not just about Hillary Clinton but about the integrity of the election itself.
Surveillance cameras have proved invaluable to law enforcement across the country.