The Pittsburgh region is experiencing some persistent rain associated with the so-called Superstorm Sandy, and the soggy ground is likely what caused a hillside to give way in Bridgeville Monday morning.
A Bridgeville neighborhood was evacuated after authorities learned of a man’s plan to commit suicide Tuesday morning.
A Washington County man was killed when his vehicle crashed into the back of a tractor trailer hauling gasoline late Thursday night along Interstate 79.
Police are investigating after a 5-year-old boy was hit by a car in Bridgeville Tuesday afternoon.
With the good comes the bad and so it goes with weather and construction. We’ve enjoyed a milder than normal winter so we get to pay for it with earlier than normal road construction.
The police chief in Bridgeville is hoping the arrest of a woman in a nearby community means the end of a series of car burglaries. Chief Chad King says there were 24 smash-and-grab burglaries in January where cars windows were shattered and items stolen.
Several people are homeless after intense flames swept through an apartment building in Bridgeville overnight.
A body that was pulled from the Allegheny River has been identified as that of a man who has been missing for over a month.
The fire marshal is investigating a school bus fire. The bus caught fire outside the Chartiers Valley Bus garage on Thoms Run Road in Bridgeville.
A man is being checked out at the hospital this morning after his vehicle went crashing through the front of a local K-Mart store.
Several hundred people showed up at Bethany Presbyterian Church Thursday night. They prayed that someone comes forward with information about Jimmy Slack’s disappearance.
Pittsburgh police are now taking over the investigation into the disappearance of a Bridgeville man who was last seen at a concert at Stage AE one week ago.
Police in Bridgeville are asking for help in finding a missing man. James Slack II, 25, went to a concert Tuesday night at Stage AE on the North Shore, but has been missing ever since.
Neighbors are lending a helping hand after a fire Saturday night in Bridgeville left two families homeless and killed a dog. The blaze began at about 7:30 p.m. at the side of one home and spread quickly to another.
Fire crews were on the scene for hours Saturday night in Bridgeville, trying to put out a fire that sparked at a home.