Boulevard of the Allies
At least two people were hurt when a vehicle crashed into a police cruiser Friday night near UPMC Mercy Hospital.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reportedly laying off 136 employees according to the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Severe weather Tuesday afternoon and evening left behind some scattered damage and flooding around the area.
Police are looking for two men who held up a local gas station with a semi-automatic gun.
Emergency officials are on the scene of an accident involving a Port Authority bus in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Thousands of runners participated in this year’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon. If you or someone you know participated in either the half-marathon or the full marathon, you’ll want to check the links below.
The sun is shining over Pittsburgh for more than 27,000 athletes as they hit the streets for the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.
A man and his infant son were hurt in a crash on the Parkway East.
Government, utility and the National Guard are all bracing for Hurricane Sandy’s arrival here in Pennsylvania. In addition, the Red Cross is also preparing by packing up its emergency response vehicles.
Now that October is here, it’s going to be even more challenging to navigate your way through town. On the list of projects is Boulevard of the Allies.
Waiting until after the morning rush hour, crews closed the Crosstown Boulevard Ramp Monday, but the closure is catching drivers by surprise. Drivers coming off the Veterans Bridge must take the Sixth Avenue or Seventh Avenue exit downtown.
There’s some good news for drivers. Officials with PennDOT say they will delay work on the ramp from Crosstown Boulevard to the Boulevard of the Allies until after the morning rush hour.
More than 13,000 drivers use the ramp from the Crosstown Expressway to the Boulevard of the Allies daily, but it will be out of commission for a few months. Drivers who use the ramp will need to detour as soon as they come off the Veterans Bridge onto Sixth or Seventh Avenue exits.
If you plan on driving into the city over the next few days, keep two things in mind, patience and planning.
Inspections will take place on the Liberty Bridge in Pittsburgh Wednesday night.