Running into smoke-filled houses and burning buildings is just another day on the job for area firefighters, but the city of Jeannette, Westmoreland County, has had more than its share of risks and dangers lately.
The case of a local college student who was murdered last fall remains unsolved. But, the Steelers joined with students and the staff of Washington & Jefferson College on Wednesday evening to create a lasting tribute to 21-year-old Tim McNerney of Butler.
Lisa Quijada of Ambridge says it’s always been in her nature to reach out and help people.
Police are investigating the discovery of possible human remains in a wooded area of Cranberry Township.
The first official Mass of the renewed Saint Mary of the Mount Parish on Mount Washington was held on Saturday evening.
Pittsburgh has been named the most livable city, the best city to raise a family and the best place to watch a football game. However, it’s also the worst at something. Several publications have pegged Pittsburgh as the worst city for singles.
The driver in a deadly hit-and-run crash was sentenced Tuesday to two-and-a-half to five years in prison and it’s not the news the victim’s family was hoping for.
It’s a budget battle with parents on one side, administrators on the other and several hundred elementary students in the middle. The North Allegheny School District wants to close their school to save money.
Charges against a man accused of making threats at a local nursing home have been dropped.
A Bridgeport, Ohio woman ousted as the Den Mother of her son’s Boy Scout group is reacting to the national organization’s possible shift in policy regarding gays and lesbians as leaders.
Slick roads, snow and bitter cold. It’s a rough night out there even for the salt trucks trying to keep the roads clear.
The owner of a Westmoreland County pharmacy has released surveillance video of an attempted burglary at the business hoping it’ll help police catch the suspect.
Water gushing into the lobby of a Downtown hotel kept Pittsburgh firefighters busy Thursday night.
The familiar battle cries had fallen silent for much too long. But on Wednesday night, the shouts of “Let’s Go Pens!” could be heard all around CONSOL Energy Center as the Pittsburgh Penguins hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs in their home opener.
People who live in a 10-story apartment building in Dormont were forced out of their homes after a natural gas leak Tuesday night and they had no idea they were in danger.
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