Two separate fires kept City of Pittsburgh crews busy late Monday night.
Police are looking for the driver of an SUV who crashed into a utility pole in Brighton Heights.
Police are looking for the driver of an SUV that crashed into a utility pole in Brighton Heights and burst into flames Tuesday evening.
A section of Route 65 is closed in both directions after a four-car accident. The accident happened at the intersection of Route 65 and Millerton Avenue in Brighton Heights – north of the McKees Rocks Bridge.
One person was injured when a car slammed into a utility pole overnight in Brighton Heights.
A Tuesday night standoff on the North Side ended peacefully thanks in large part to the suspect’s mother.
Pittsburgh Police say 76-year-old Harold Mudd, of Brighton Heights, tried to get a 15-year-old girl into his silver Chevy pickup truck twice recently, but both times she went to police to report the luring attempts.
A couple from Brighton Heights says the door to their bedroom flew open and home invaders walked in. Larry Hopkins says he asked who was there, and no one answered. He asked again and someone turned on the lights and pointed a gun at him and told him to stay in bed.
Part of a busy highway is closed because of a chemical spill. Ohio River Boulevard is closed between the McKees Rocks Bridge and Millerton Avenue after a tractor-trailer and a truck collided.
Police found a cache of weapons inside of a Brighton Heights home. A man described by neighbors as a recluse and a hoarder hasn’t been seen for several weeks.
There’s new information about a shooting in Brighton Heights. A 35-year-old man was shot during a drug deal inside a home near the corner of Termon and Elmhurst Avenues Friday evening.
Pittsburgh Police say three men wearing black hoodies were seen shooting at a second floor back porch of an apartment complex in the 3400-block of Fleming Avenue.
Members of a church in Brighton Heights have one more reason to celebrate this holiday season. A visitor showed up at their Sunday morning service this weekend and it was a welcome surprise for a congregation missing their assistant pastor.
A local Vietnam veteran found himself unable to get around after someone stole his van with his motorized scooter inside over the weekend. However, a special delivery Monday morning has made Matvey mobile once again.
Andrew Matvey thinks someone is out to get him. When he came downstairs to get in his van parked on Geyer Avenue in Brighton Heights, his vehicle was gone. The thief drove away with Matvey’s motorized scooter inside the van.