A herd of goats and a donkey are under assault in South Side Park.
The owner of a local masonry restoration company is fixing the Carlow University’s Jesus statue, which was vandalized last month.
A child was killed in Spring Garden after he crashed into a dump truck while riding his bicycle Thursday afternoon.
Ground will be broken Thursday on one of the area’s first medical marijuana growing facilities.
The Environmental Protection Agency is planning a public hearing next week on plans to inject fracking wastewater into a gas well in Plum.
Anxious brides and bridesmaids rushed to the Alfred Angelo store after the company called and said the stores are closing.
Pittsburgh City Council held a hearing today on formally adopting “Sanctuary City” status.
The Allegheny County Health Department is making no apologies for its crackdown on restaurant safety.
The site of a deadly shooting on the South Side reopened Friday after closing its doors for six weeks.
Heavy rains led to flash flooding throughout the area Thursday night, and many spots are still cleaning up from the last round of storms.
Pennsylvania State Police say a man wearing a bullet-proof vest and driving with carful of weapons shot himself after first goading two local officers into chasing his vehicle.
Smoke billowed from Nicholas Coffee for the second time this year as a stubborn fire broke out around noon Friday.
Police are searching for a suspect after two sexual assaults were reported in Homewood this month.
A police chase suspect was injured after crashing into a utility pole in Ross Township Friday morning.
For the second time in the past two months, vandals struck a church in Turtle Creek.