Nelson Mandela made one visit to Pittsburgh back in 1991. But one local man has a very special connection to Mandela.
With lots of weather changes predicted in the forecast, Pittsburghers are gearing up.
There’s something rotten in Christmas tree country. And that has some farmers looking overseas for a solution.
It can be a blessing or a curse. That’s how some people describe technology when it comes to online banking.
When shots rang out in a Westmoreland County neighborhood, one woman was wounded.
A former personal trainer at a local gym is filing a lawsuit.
A 2-year-old Clearfield County girl is being called simply, “Baby Sophia.”
A logger was killed Wednesday afternoon by a falling tree in Washington County.
One person was sickened by Legionella found in the water of a senior high rise building in Sharpsburg.
The pilot of a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on Route 43 in August when a piece of the propeller came off. Now the pilot says he is being charged thousands of dollars to pay the cost of those who responded to the incident.
Three teenagers are recovering in local hospitals after being injured in a shooting near Brashear High School Wednesday afternoon.
You don’t expect to send your child off to school and have her return home with injuries.
The third suspect wanted in connection with the murder of a man at the East Busway was taken into custody Friday.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) – A local Roman Catholic priest removed from public ministry in 2009 after an allegation of past child sex abuse later deemed “credible” by his bishop has pleaded guilty to a federal charge […]
The public steps that line the hillsides are the identity of the South Side Slopes.