Police are investigating after at least two males were shot late Monday night in East Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh is hosting a Stanley Cup victory parade in the heart of downtown Wednesday for the Penguins, and as many as a half a million people are expected to attend.
Call it a mission in the kitchen. It’s a program that’s getting kids off the streets and into the kitchen in order to give them a purpose and new hope to communities.
“The Fearless Female Safety Seminar” offers mothers and daughters a unique bonding experience.
State regulators have outlined steps a western Pennsylvania amusement park must take after a child fell from a wooden roller coaster last summer.
A local mother is on a mission to find the person she calls a “killer.”
Prosecutors in Butler County will seek the death penalty in the case of a 20-year-old man accused of raping and killing his girlfriend’s 4-year-old son.
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.