Allegheny River

Allegheny River Reopens Near Hulton Bridge Implosion SiteIt only took a few seconds for the 107-year-old Hulton Bridge to fall into the Allegheny River. However, getting the sections of the bridge out of the river is a much longer process.
Dozens Gather To Witness Hulton Bridge's Final MomentsDozens of spectators lined a temporarily shut down road to watch the implosion of the Hulton Bridge this morning.
Implosion Marks End Of 107-Year-Old Hulton BridgeThe century-old Hulton Bridge that connects Freeport Road to Oakmont was demolished Tuesday morning.
Pittsburgh Dealing With Bridges Showing Their AgeIn a city of many bridges, some are over-the-hill.
Surprised Family Captures Swimming Bear On Video In Armstrong Co.A family in Armstrong County had a close encounter with a bear over the weekend.
Warhol, Carson Bridges To Close For InspectionsTwo bridges over the Allegheny River will be closing for inspections this month.
Regatta Thriving Despite Cancellation Of Boat ActivitiesSunday is the last day of the annual EQT Three Rivers Regatta.
State Law Making It A Challenge To Clean Geese Droppings From The RiverwalkThe Riverwalk by Pittsburgh's sports stadiums is a beautiful place to walk, run and bike, but not so much lately.
River Rescue Quick To Action After Boat Takes On WaterA day on the water turned into a nightmare for one man.
Dutch Artist's Giant Rubber Duck Coming Back To PennsylvaniaIt’s been almost two years since a giant, yellow rubber duck was docked at The Point. Now, a similar duck is coming to Pennsylvania.
Pedro Alvarez Hits Boat With Long Home Run, Boat Owner Wants Ball BackThe Pittsburgh Pirates lost 8-5 to the Minnesota Twins last night, but fans are still buzzing about a spectacular homer by Pedro Alvarez. The boat's owner wants the ball back.
House Spotted Floating Down The Allegheny RiverMany people in the downtown area were surprised to see a house floating on the Allegheny River.

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