Police are looking for the person who shot a pellet gun at a school bus in Braddock Thursday, injuring the driver.
A fire sent emergency crews to a home in Braddock Thursday evening.
The mayor of Braddock went going door to door on Wednesday making certain residents with no gas service have some sort of heat.
In two years’ time, former Borough Manager Ella Jones paid back only $50 and Tuesday the judge threw the book at her.
A worker at a the Edgar Thomson Plant in Braddock was flown to the hospital overnight.
The borough of Braddock has struggled to regain its footing after years of hard times — but got another body blow last year when it’s former borough manager Ella Jones was convicted of embezzling $180,000 of borough funds.
A teenager was taken to the hospital overnight after a stabbing in Braddock.
Authorities are investigating the cause of an overnight fire that damaged two homes in Braddock.
Crews searched for a missing canoeist on the Monongahela River. The canoeist, described as inexperienced, has been overdue to return which prompted the search.
The Carrie furnace is roaring again, but this time, it’s a movie. The rusted reminder of Pittsburgh’s steel heritage is the backdrop for a fight scene in a film called “Out of the Furnace.”
Friday afternoon, crews worked to turn an empty building into a daycare which will be used when stars like Christian Bale, Forest Whitaker, Woody Harrelson, Casey Affleck and Zoe Saldana begin shooting.
Firefighters in Braddock were battling two fires Friday night. The first started at about 10 p.m. at a house on Elm Way.
So you want to be in pictures? Well, if you’re in Braddock, it’s not that farfetched. In fact, right now, all you have to do is show up and take a number because there are open casting calls going on.
Looking for your chance to be star? The new Christian Bale movie being filmed in Braddock is holding a casting call today for extras for “Out Of the Furnace.”
Declining enrollment and high operating costs are forcing the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh to make more tough decisions.