The WPIAL convened a hearing Wednesday afternoon following a high school football game that got so heated over the weekend that it had to be called off.
Authorities are investigating cell phone video, posted to Facebook, which appears to show a violent confrontation between Pittsburgh Police and two men.
Pittsburgh has started putting its pitch together to land e-commerce giant, Amazon, and their new headquarters.
Jefferson Regional Hospital is being sued by more than a dozen patients who say they didn’t receive much-needed pain medication because a hospital employee was stealing the drugs.
Amazon announced Thursday it’s building a second headquarters, and Pittsburgh already appears to be on the short list in what’s certain to be a tough competition among several major cities.
Rocky, a K-9 officer in Latrobe, is going into retirement after being diagnosed with cancer.
A woman was brought back to life mid-day in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Golden Triangle on Thursday.
A star-studded charity event rocked away a Pine Township neighborhood on Friday night.
A parent is outraged after her daughter allegedly found a provocative picture on a video game at a McDonald’s Play Place.
The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium says that their new baby elephant is gravely ill.
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.