At the Onala Club in Pittsburgh’s West End, alcoholics and drug addicts meet about their common problem of addiction and strive to overcome it.
Unlike other parts of the country, homicides in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County actually decreased in 2016. However, some local communities are struggling more with gun violence than others.
Nearly one year ago, she was an emaciated dog rescued from death’s door, but this Christmas, Effie is thriving.
At the Western Pennsylvania Humane Society, there are dogs, cats and even parakeets awaiting adoption.
Kevin Sousa is a rock star among Pittsburgh chefs, but after playing a pivotal role in launching the local restaurant scene into national prominence, he abruptly left the stage.
It’s been a tough year for about four dozen families in Connellsville, many of whom have lost their homes. But now at Christmastime, they say their lives are starting to come back together.
The criminal history of a local home health care aid is raising questions and concerns.
Citing declining enrollment, the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School laid off several teachers last year.
Pick up the phone these days and chances are it’s a scammer on the other end.
High-speed police chases: are they worth it — especially when the stakes are so high and the risk to innocent human life is so great?
Thanksgiving Day is special at the Jubilee Kitchen, where the needy are treated to a full turkey dinner and the dignity they deserve.
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.