The source of our summer pleasure is stilled by winter’s icy grip and quickly becoming a threat.
Winter still has its cold, icy grip on our area and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight.
Pennsylvania residents digging out from as much as 8 inches of snow or more are now being warned about dangerous wind chills expected in many areas.
The bitter cold has put a pinch on some businesses, and Saturday’s snow has them wondering how many people will venture out.
A power outage has left hundreds of people without power on this bitterly cold night in Dormont.
If you park outside, you may be nervous about your car starting on these cold mornings.
Frostnip, frostbite, hypothermia – or just plain cold – when the temperatures drop this low, these are all very real possibilities.
If you enjoyed the brutally cold weather earlier this week, you’re going to love what’s coming for the next few days.
Parents are demanding answers after they say some school children were left out in the cold temperatures this morning waiting for their school bus in the East Hills.
The bitter cold lingers over Pittsburgh, and now road crews are getting ready as we’re expecting another dusting of snow.
With bitter cold temperatures hanging around all weekend, Catholic Charities is opening its warming station for people who need to escape the arctic blast.
If you’re planning on being outside at all for the next few days, you should probably bundle up.
According to the National Weather Service, a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday through noon on Friday.
After a few days of uneventful weather, winter is making its return – first with a bit of snow and then plummeting temperatures.
The bitter cold, school delays and the height of flu season are creating the perfect storm for a severe reduction of available blood supplies to area hospitals, says the region’s primary blood supplier, Central Blood Bank.