A baby bear playing with the flagstick on a British Columbia golf course has gone viral.
The bear nicknamed “The Bucket Bear” has been rescued in Clarion County.
Officials are trying to capture a black bear that was spotted in Aspinwall Wednesday morning.
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.
A black bear got up close and personal with some neighbors in Lawrence County.
Officials are investigating after a black bear was spotted in Moon Township over the last two days.
Multiple people reported seeing a black bear roaming around several areas, including Moon Plaza.
A black bear was spotted in a tree outside of a restaurant in Cranberry Township Thursday night.
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.
It was a drive home unlike any other for a couple from Indiana County Sunday night. They were headed home along Route 422 when their vehicle was suddenly struck by a black bear. The animal ran right into the car’s driver-side door.
Crews have been on the lookout for a bear near the Pittsburgh Mills Mall, but it may have been temporarily hiding on a man’s porch in Frazer Township.
As of 9 p.m. Monday, the bear trap near Pittsburgh Mills Mall in Frazer remained empty. The Pennsylvania Game Commission has not revealed the exact location of that trap because they want people to stay away.
Two bear sightings this weekend in or around a local shopping mall have some shoppers on edge, but game officials are ready. Frazer Police are continuing to push the second bear out of public places while the Game Commission is taking charge of the situation and is hoping to safely capture the bear.