A man suspected of shoplifting was taken into police custody Monday evening after leading police on a high speed chase that ended when he drove the wrong way onto the Highland Park Bridge.
Some riders on the North Shore Connector wound up making an unplanned walk through the tunnel Thursday morning. And while they were walking, other riders were waiting on T platforms wondering what was going on.
Part of the 31st Street Bridge was brought down Thursday morning. A span of the bridge over the Allegheny River’s back channel was brought down with explosives around 10 a.m.
Authorities are investigating after a body was pulled from the Allegheny River this afternoon.
The search for a man who fell from a boat into the Allegheny River has ended. Crews found the body of 31-year-old Michael Schultz, of Lower Burrell, Thursday.
Water rescue crews are expected to be back out on the Allegheny River this morning searching the water for a missing person.
On a picture perfect summer day in Pittsburgh, Gov. Corbett, his wife Sue, and some staff took advantage of the beautiful day to kayak down the Allegheny River from Blawnox to just below Heinz Field where he moored his kayak with a little help.
Police are investigating after a body was pulled from the Allegheny River Friday morning.
With the Fourth of July holiday coming up next week, these are the busiest two weeks of summer on Pittsburgh’s three rivers.
A man was pulled unresponsive from the Allegheny River near the David L. Lawrence Convention Center on Wednesday morning.
The 22nd Annual “River Sweep” is this Saturday and organizers need your help. They need volunteers of all ages to help with the sweep.
The holiday weekend warm-up is being welcomed by some, but the arrival of the hot temperatures is bringing with it a warning from doctors and other experts.
This weekend’s fatal jet ski accident on the Ohio River raises concerns about boating safety as we head into summer and more people spend time on the area’s rivers.
Authorities are investigating after a woman’s body was pulled from the Allegheny River.
Washington Boulevard is a bowl or a basin and unsuspecting motorists were tragically trapped when it suddenly filled up August 19, 2011.