Misty Copeland made a stop in Pittsburgh this week where she talked to young girls about her career and accomplishments.
A Swissvale woman says her daughter suffered a concussion after she was attacked by two classmates after getting off her school bus Friday.
One out of every eight women will develop breast cancer in the course of her lifetime. But what if you could take a test in the privacy of your home that would tell you the likelihood of YOU being that one?
The On Mission Commission, a group of priests and lay leaders, has recommended the 188 parishes in the Pittsburgh area be reduced to 48, which means mergers, and even name changes.
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala announced the addition of 13 new surveillance cameras on the South Side.
Fans are familiar with his skills as a running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers; but on Tuesday, Le’Veon Bell tried his hand at something new.
Duquesne Light employees are heading to Florida, where millions have lost power because of Hurricane Irma.
Credit monitoring company Equifax says a breach exposed social security numbers and other data from about 143 million Americans.
Police say two children were found scared and in their bare feet in a local park after their father passed out from an overdosed in their Overbrook home.
When classes begin next Tuesday at the East Allegheny School District, things will look very different in the classrooms and the hallways because there is a new dress code in place.
A street in Brookline has potholes so deep, you can see the rebar sticking out of the concrete and a little boy was injured because of it.
Police say a 6-year-old child has died after being shot in the head by his older brother while the two were home alone in West Mifflin Wednesday morning.
After being closed for more than a week, Sandcastle is open again.
Steelers fans flocked to Heinz Field for full team practice at the stadium Sunday.
A large stone fell overnight from the corner of one of downtown Pittsburgh’s most iconic buildings, closing the street below.