The tornado that touched down in Cranberry Township was considered the weakest on the scale, an EF0. However, it still did a good deal of damage.
Fortunately no one was hurt when a tornado touched down Saturday in Cranberry, but residents did spend Sunday cleaning up the mess.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection hosted a public hearing Tuesday evening for people in Darlington Township, Beaver County.
It’s one of the largest nuclear waste dumps in the country – and the federal government is spending more than $400 million to clean it up.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers estimates it will spend at least $350 million more over the next 10 years to dig up and haul away nuclear waste from a dump site about 35 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.
Fire crews were busy in Marshall Township overnight cleaning up after a water main break.
A water main break created quite a wet, muddy mess in the Strip District this afternoon.
Tens of thousands of people came to Point State Park waiting until dark for the skies to light up in one of the greatest fireworks shows ever over the skies of downtown Pittsburgh.
Crews were back out Thursday morning trying to cleanup a train derailment and fire in Sewickley.
Emergency crews have been called to the scene of a train fire in Sewickley.
More than 300 volunteers got their hands dirty this weekend, cleaning up the banks of the Ohio River.
The surging creek roared through Sutersville Wednesday night like a freight train.
Part of McArdle Roadway is closed after a mudslide.
A landslide sent mud and rock spilling across McArdle Roadway this morning in Mount Washington.
Stanley Benovitch’s dog Trixie likes to catch rats.