While snow made traveling by road difficult Wednesday, traveling by air wasn’t much easier, at least if you wanted to go to some East Coast cities.
The Oscars are this Sunday, and Monessen native Frances McDormand is up for best actress for the film “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
Tuesday’s marathon negotiating session has resulted in a tentative agreement to avert a teachers’ strike in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District.
There’s going to be a teacher’s strike on Friday in Pittsburgh Public Schools, if the union and district can’t reach an agreement before then.
What’s your favorite smell? The smell of fresh cut grass may remind you summer. The scent of an evergreen tree may take you back to Christmas when you were growing up. But do you know how to use smell to your advantage?
As wonderful as the warm weather is, do drastic temperature changes in winter make more people sick?
The recent freeze-thaw cycle has really taken a toll on the roads. It seems like potholes are everywhere.
A website that posts obituaries from across the country and around the world is not sitting well with some families whose loved ones have appeared on the site without permission.
We’re just a few hours away from the first legal sale of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
Clairton High School’s basketball game against Monessen was cut short Tuesday night when a brawl broke out, so school officials put some big changes in place for Friday’s game in hopes of avoiding a repeat.
They were strangers, until Wednesday, when an organ donor and recipient met for the first time at UPMC Montefiore Hospital.
How concerned should you be about your retirement money with all the recent ups and downs going on in the stock market?
It turned out it wasn’t false labor after all for a local woman. She realized her baby was about to born right where she was: At home!
A local woman never imagined she’d see her beloved dog from childhood again. But in a twist of fate, she has the dog back and in a very surprising way.
Mother Tells Opioid Summit Of Daughter’s Battle With Addiction: ‘Not Every Story Has To End Like Casey’s’
The number of fatal drug overdoses has gone way up in Western Pennsylvania in recent years, but a mother who has a very personal story to tell is hoping to make a difference.