Ringgold Elementary School Teacher Indicted On Drug ChargesAn elementary school teacher in the Ringgold School District is banned from entering school property after she was indicted on federal drug charges.
Fayette Co. Company Has Big Role To Play In NFL DraftHave you ever noticed when NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces a team's number one draft pick on Draft Day how quickly he comes up with the team's jersey with the player's name on the back?
Officials: Pregnant Woman Gives Birth After Being ShotPolice say a pregnant woman who was believed to have been shot in Homewood over the weekend has given birth to her baby.
Man Facing Hundreds Of Charges In Alleged Restoration ScamHomeowners say they were victims of a restoration scam, targeting them at their lowest point.
West Mifflin H.S. Teacher Charged For Inappropriate Relationship With StudentThe West Mifflin High School employee accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student has surrendered to police.
PennDOT Meeting With Residents Displaced By Route 30 CollapseTwo apartment buildings in East Pittsburgh have been demolished after a landslide caused a section of Route 30 to collapse.
Business Owners Worried About Impact Of Long-Term Route 30 ClosureResidents and business owners are wondering why it took a landslide on Route 30 for PennDOT to finally make repairs.
Route 30 Collapses In East Pittsburgh, Emergency Declarations IssuedPart of Route 30 collapsed and fell 30 to 40 feet, damaging an apartment building in East Pittsburgh on Saturday.
'Suspicious Package' In Aspinwall Turns Out To Be Possibly Stolen LaxativesThe bomb squad was called out to Aspinwall to check out a suspicious package in a precarious place Friday afternoon.
DA: Homewood Police-Involved Shooting Was JustifiedThe Allegheny County District Attorney says he has determined that a police-involved shooting in Homewood was justified.
Reserve Twp. Water Tests Show Lead Levels Above Federal ThresholdThere are some new questions about the quality of the water supplied by the PWSA.
Pittsburgh Police, Community Groups Team Up To Stop Violence Against WomenPittsburgh Police have joined religious and community groups in a common cause -- finding ways to stop violence against women and girls.