Police were called to a Pepsi plant in Stowe Township on Monday.
More than 100 people turned out for a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the lead contamination in portions of the city’s water supply.
Parents in the Plum Borough School District showed up to a school board meeting Tuesday evening, demanding answers about a string of bomb threats at schools across the district.
Police in North Versailles have made an arrest in connection with the vicious attack of a store clerk during a robbery attempt last week at the Family Dollar on Route 30.
A man is spearheading a petition campaign to make upgrades to the city of Pittsburgh’s surveillance camera systems.
The ingredients for an all-star charity event? How about some of Pittsburgh’s best chefs, local celebrities, and table after table of delicious food?
Anger, outrage, but also hope were all part of a candlelight vigil in memory of a former student athlete who was gunned down Tuesday night.
It could take up to two months to repair a broken water line in Etna, according to the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
Sani Sticks claim to release natural enzymes in order to to keep your pipes and lines clear. But, does it really do that?
A national organization that helps families find their missing loved ones is now working with the family of Dakota James, the 23-year-old Duquesne University grad student who has been missing for several weeks.
A combat veteran who lost nearly everything during a trip back to Pittsburgh is trying to raise funds to to pay for his dog’s medical bills.
The search for a missing Duquesne University grad student intensified on Tuesday.
A 20-year-old sophomore student at Indiana University Of Pennsylvania was found dead off campus last night.
The old Broad Street Elementary School in the Butler Area School District is reopening.
The Boil Water Advisory, in effect until further notice for thousands in the city, has caused a rush on bottled water and is also worrying some business owners.