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.
If you’ve lived here long enough, chances are you’ve seen just about everything floating down one of the city’s three rivers. Today, it was purple water in the Allegheny River.
Nearly 1,100 people took a plunge in the Allegheny River for a good cause Sunday.
It was the first full day on the Allegheny River for boaters this holiday weekend, but for some an unwelcome sight spoiled the day.
It’s never a good time to have a chemical spill on the Allegheny River, but especially, as we head into a holiday weekend that has boaters and swimmers enjoying the unofficial end to summer. Although the DEP has a warning for the entire holiday weekend, it will only affect a section of the Allegheny.
A body was pulled from the Allegheny River in Verona Friday night. According to police the body was found near Outboard Haven Marina in the 200-block of Arch Street around 6:30 p.m.
Zambelli is putting on a big show this weekend, but it’s not going just going to light up the sky with their trademark fireworks. Crews are getting ready to “Light The River” on fire!
Zambelli is famous for its fireworks, but this weekend they’re adding something different to the mix. The company plans to “Light The River” after Pitt’s game against Buffalo at Heinz Field.
After conducting an intense search of the Washington Boulevard area with cadaver dogs, authorities moved their search for a missing woman who was swept away in Friday’s flash flooding to the Allegheny River.
Crews rescued 18 children and four others from the Allegheny River after their dragon boat capsized near the Ninth Street Bridge.
Everyone from Pittsburgh knows that Mt. Washington is the best place to take in the sights of downtown; but it’s not the only place in town with an amazing view of the city.
There was quite a commotion at the Sharpsburg marina Friday night when a jeep went into the Allegheny River.