Severe weather is moving through parts of the area and causing some damage and flooding.
Clean up continues in Turtle Creek and Monroeville after major flooding Monday night.
Curtis Woods is cleaning up after flash flooding dumped more than three feet of water in his North 11th Street basement in Apollo on Wednesday.
Frick Park is known for its beautiful sights and sounds. There are 561 acres of nature right outside the hustle and bustle of Downtown. Today, a group of volunteers helped to cleanup the park.
More than a hundred concerned citizens packed the Hookstown fire hall in Beaver County to hear plans by First Energy to close a coal waste disposal site.
The green grass and sculpture garden of Allegheny Landing, between the Clemente and Warhol bridges, are a popular North Shore getaway.
Tamara Delmer’s drive along Boston Hollow Road in Elizabeth Township took her on an unanticipated and unwanted journey Wednesday.
Extreme heat gave way to powerful thunderstorms and rain Tuesday afternoon. In Versailles, the rain and wind cut off roads, power and flooded homes.
A third dumpster was hauled away Friday, loaded with food and brew.
The Montour Trail is looking for volunteers to help in cleanup efforts.
Mud is the word of the day in Oakdale. The flood waters have receded and left behind a huge mess.
Crews have been working hard to clean up the mess left behind by Wednesday’s storms.
It took them months to plan three days of festivities for the EQT Pittsburgh Three Rivers Regatta. After those events pulled hundreds of thousands of people Downtown, now they have to clean up after the fun is done.
An overnight water main break is causing some major problems in Carnegie.
More than 40 volunteers scaled the steep hill on Mount Washington to clean up a year’s worth of trash.