A massive winter storm is making its way up the East Coast. Our area will avoid the brunt of the storm, but it will have an effect on travel.
Although it might not seem like it, Pittsburgh is a lot better off than many other areas in the North East.
A local man has been named one of three finalists in Dairy Queen’s S’mores Song music video contest.
Wednesday’s snow squalls may have given some of us a sense of déjà vu. But the blizzard that blanketed Pittsburgh back on March 13, 1993, was one of a kind.
Police say a man was high on the synthetic stimulant known as bath salts when he was naked and chased a car down the street in central Pennsylvania.
People from New York to New England are digging out after a nor’easter dropped more than three-feet of snow in some areas.
Even before the snowstorm hit the Northeast, airlines were already cancelling flights.
While the Northeast may be buried under several feet of snow, the weather in Pittsburgh will continue to get milder.
A behemoth storm packing hurricane-force wind gusts and blizzard conditions swept through the Northeast on Saturday, dumping more than 2 feet of snow on New England and knocking out power to 650,000 homes and businesses.
A blizzard of historic proportions is taking aim at the northeast. While people there hunker down, what impact will we feel here?
Snow began to fall around the Northeast on Friday at the start of what’s predicted to be a massive, possibly historic blizzard, and residents scurried to stock up on food and supplies ahead of the storm poised to dump up to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond.
Airlines have cancelled 3,775 flights in preparation for the Northeast storm.
Residents in some parts of Pennsylvania got a bit of a white Christmas, but forecasters are warning that they may be seeing a good deal more snow soon.
While Hurricane Sandy brought flooding to much of the East Coast, the storm brought snow to much of West Virginia. Blizzard conditions left a wintery blanket over much of the state.