People living in a Belle Vernon neighborhood can’t “bear” the thought of having a bear in their community.
Four central Pennsylvania residents say they rescued a young bear whose head had been stuck in a plastic jar for at least 11 days.
There’s a bear cub on the loose in Butler County. At least two people have seen it first hand and because they live so close to each other, neighbors believe it’s likely the same bear looking for food.
A couple of residents in Cranberry Township got a big surprise in the form of a black bear Saturday night.
Check out this awesome footage of a bear trying to eat a video camera in the wild!
Multiple people reported seeing a black bear roaming around several areas, including Moon Plaza.
You could call it a real-life story of man versus beast. An Elizabeth Township man says he killed the first black bear to be shot in southern Allegheny County.
A 300 pound black bear was shot and killed in Elizabeth Township.
A woman from Evans City paid a hefty fine for doing what she thought was a good deed. It all started when the baby bear, weighing just ten pounds, was picked up by the scruff by a dog and taken from the woods.
Friday, a 100-pound bear was caught and taken to the gamelands in Marshall Township to be processed.
The Sheriff of Muskingum County no longer believes any animals are running at large.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Mayor Henry Zwelling about wild animals that are running loose near his town.