Pennsylvania’s primary election is Tuesday.
There’s an accident on the North Side.
He still has the voice, and he can still play the guitar. George Benson still loves coming home to the town that shaped his life.
He was only 150 yards away from finishing the Pittsburgh Marathon.
As fellow officers were escorting the body of the fallen Ligonier Township police lieutenant to Carlow University on Tuesday for an autopsy, they hit a bit of a snag.
There is a big problem with the sewers in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. Fixing it could mean $2-3 billion dollars – a cost which could be passed on to taxpayers.
It’s 95 days and counting since this elderly Finleyville couple were forced from their home by a mysterious gas explosion that blew off the planks of their deck.
The Pittsburgh Marathon is giving a hero’s welcome to a group of wounded warriors this weekend.
Every time we have a heavy rain in Monroeville, a foul and mysterious liquid spills out of a culvert and collects in an ominous pool of foam and unnatural blue. Then, it flows into a once pristine stream through Wilkins Township and Turtle Creek and into the Mon River.
The FBI is investigating the leadership of the Boilermakers union local 154, looking at how as much as $1 million in union dues were spent.
After fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq — returning U.S. veterans are committing suicide in astounding numbers.
His son survived the war, but lost the battle at home.
Two former Georgia state prison inmates are jailed in that state on charges that they phoned Pittsburgh-area residents and scammed six into wiring $990 each, supposedly to pay fines for missing jury duty.
Westmoreland County is putting out a warning about a new phone scam.
The Rolling Stones are rolling into town in June and their loyal fans are in a frenzy to get a choice seat for Mick and the boys.