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.
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.