One man has been arrested in connection with a three-alarm fire in Shadyside that left four firefighters injured early Monday morning.
New Castle officials are hoping to put an end to a string of recent arsons. They believe the same person or persons are behind several recent fires.
A $2,500 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of an alleged fire bug in Lawrence County.
Firefighters were called to the scene of a house fire in Wilkinsburg Monday morning.
Investigators are looking into the third arson in 10 days in New Castle. The latest one happened Sunday night at the now empty Black Whale Bar building and it put a firefighter in danger.
State police say an Armstrong County man is in jail, accused of threatening his wife and then setting fire to their home overnight in Parker City.
Fire investigators are looking into more than two dozen fires that appear to have been intentionally set in Morgantown.
Someone is setting fires in one local community and investigators say whoever’s sparking the blazes is getting bolder and putting residents at risk. The number of suspicions fires in the town of Charleroi is now up to five in the last three weeks.
A popular Westmoreland County play area is closed indefinitely after vandals set a fire that caused extensive damage.
\It was March 28, and Barber had just seconds to get out. She was only able to grab her cat, a lock box and her purse. Of course, she never thought about the equipment from the cable company, but it later became a source of frustration.
Hundreds of people came out to remember a father and his three sons who were killed in a fire in East Liverpool, Ohio.
A fire that killed a father and his three sons in East Liverpool, Ohio, has been ruled arson. On Sunday, authorities identified the victims as 37-year-old Ulrick Estimot and his three sons, 11-year-old Trey, 7-year-old Terrell and 5-year-old Trenton.
State police in Butler County say a deadly house fire that broke out Thursday evening at a home in Worth Township has been ruled arson.
Another fire in Jeannette has been ruled arson. This increases the total to 11 suspicious fires in the last four months and residents are growing concerned.
Jeannette Mayor Robert Carter told Wednesday night’s city council meeting that increased police patrols in certain neighborhoods will hopefully prevent more arson.