Carnegie Police say they are concerned about what they call an alarming increase in the firepower they are seeing on the streets. In the most recent case, officials say they discovered a cache of assault weapons on a man who was allegedly threatening his girlfriend.
When the soldiers and sailors shipped out for World War II, many women enlisted, too. Not in the Army or the Navy, but in the WACS and the WAVES. Those were the service organizations that cared for the wounded coming back home. One of those women was Virginia Forsythe-Rye.
What’s Halloween without trick-or-treating? A lot of Pittsburgh-area children found out Wednesday night. With Sandy looming earlier in the week, dozens of local municipalities postponed their trick-or-treating hours until this weekend.
Anytime there’s sustained, potentially heavy rain, it is cause for concern in flood-prone communities. Two such communities in our area have learned valuable lessons the hard way, and have taken steps to prepare for what Sandy could bring.
GREEN TREE (KDKA)- A tractor trailer crash caused some big problems along the Parkway West. It involved three vehicles on Friday morning, in the outbound lanes between Green Tree and Carnegie. We’re told the big […]
Parishioners at Carnegie’s First Christian Church on Anthony Street say they are sick and tired of having to make a mad dash to get to the church from the parking lot across the street.
There are concerns in Carnegie after a leaking tanker forced evacuations and closed a road for hours. “Extremely disruptive,” Carnegie Mayor Jack Kobistek said. “Traffic – there was no easy flow of traffic to get onto 79. Most people didn’t even know what had happened.”
In Congressman Paul Ryan’s first interview in Pennsylvania, Mitt Romney’s vice presidential pick reacted strongly to Congressman Todd Akin’s comment than women who are raped rarely get pregnant.
Republican Candidate Paul Ryan hosts a campaign rally in front of supporters at the Beaver Steel Services in Carnegie
There’s a bit of a mystery in Carnegie as officials are trying to answer the age old question, why did the geese cross the road?
They are already in major cities all across the country, now Pittsburgh is also getting its own botanic garden. Ground was officially broken Wednesday morning on the region’s first major outdoor public garden.
Fire crews were called to a church in Carnegie this afternoon.
Temperatures will be in the 90s for the next couple of days and there are some cooling centers open in the area to assist the elderly.
Commuters on the Parkway West know the morning commute can be rough. However, no one expected that part of Wednesday morning’s rush hour delays would be caused by a pig running loose on the road.
A mother of three is facing charges after leaving her children alone in a hot car. Martina Searcy, 22, of Carnegie, allegedly left the kids in the car with the windows barely cracked on an 84-degree day.