The tanker train that derailed in West Virginia resulting in a fiery explosion was carrying the same Bakken crude that travels through our region and the City of Pittsburgh every day.
On New Year’s Eve, authorities say D’anne Olivis drove her car through the historic gates of the Allegheny Cemetery, shattering the wrought-iron into dozens of scattered fragments.
They’ve become a national phenomenon — the answer for people who want to live simply, cheaply and environmentally-friendly — they’ve even spawned their own cable television show.
It’s tax refund season and Raymond Grey was expecting a $2,000-plus check from the IRS, but now it’s unclear if that check will ever arrive in the mail.
It was by all accounts a justified shooting.
Authorities are taking a closer look at a U.S. Marshal-involved shooting last month in the city after sources say an officer tested positive for cocaine.
On a recent overnight stay at the Microtel in Robinson, Deondra Tillar was jolted from her sleep.
Former State Rep. Jesse White of Washington County is in hot water again.
What may be the most dangerous nuclear waste dump in the nation sits just 40 miles north of Pittsburgh, in Armstrong County.
It’s filling sports arenas throughout the world. Competitors square off for multi-million dollar prizes. But is it a sport?
It’s one of the largest nuclear waste dumps in the country – and the federal government is spending more than $400 million to clean it up.
A week before his apartment house went up in flames –arson suspect Edward McDonald called 911 asking for help.
Falling natural gas prices have been a boon to consumers, especially here in western Pennsylvania where Marcellus natural gas is plentiful and cheap.
It’s a national historic landmark and the crowning achievement of famed architect Henry Hobson Richardson who died before its dedication in 1888.
In September, thousands from this area are expected to travel to Philadelphia to attend what some call a once-in-a-lifetime event.