When President-elect Donald Trump gets sworn into office this month, representatives of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police will be on hand in Washington DC.
Tuesday was the first official work day for commuters using the Port Authority since new changes went into effect on Jan. 1, and the results were mixed.
A former nursing home administrator, who was previously convicted in the death of one of her patients, was back in court to face new charges of stealing from an elderly man.
The owner of Three Rivers Transit is accused of allowing employees with criminal records to transport charter students in vehicles that were not properly insured.
One person was shot Monday during a home invasion in the East Hills.
The Better Business Bureau is warning that what you see on Facebook may not be as it seems.
The world according to Troy Maxon, lead character in the upcoming movie “Fences,” is simple: “A man is supposed to take care of his family.”
A man who police say yelled ethnic slurs and assaulted another man he believed to be a Muslim was in court Thursday.
Attorneys for 51-year-old Ricky Lee Olds are asking a local judge to reconsider his sentence.
Three immigrant students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools District reported being harassed last week.
The Friday before Thanksgiving is Comcast Light Up Night in the City of Pittsburgh, officially kicking off the holiday shopping season.
Stowe Township Police are investigating after a Stanley Cup ring was stolen from a Pittsburgh Penguins front office staff member.
Emergency crews rescued a man who reportedly fell while doing work inside a water tower Monday morning.
Allegheny County officials confirm a resident at the Kane Regional Center in McKeesport has tested positive for Legionella.
Michael Cinefra was the third teacher involved in a sex scandal in the Plum School District.