Since the death of big steel three decades ago, the towns of the Mon Valley have struggled just to keep their heads above water.
A woman in California has ignited an Internet firestorm with a photo she posted of herself and her three children.
The Springdale Police Department is investigating one of its own. He’s accused of having a sexual relationship with a young woman in his police car.
Parents are upset after Carrick High School approved a plan to have a Trayvon Martin theme day during the school’s homecoming.
Is it an optical illusion or a rare sighting of the legendary Bigfoot?
New concrete posts installed in Scott Township are designed for safety, but that’s not what is causing a controversy.
The ‘smart meter’ attached to the pipes in Connie Fleck’s basement is a high tech way to measure her water usage digitally, it then transmits that data wirelessly to the utility.
This year’s Boy Scouts of America’s national Jamboree is being billed as the most physically demanding in its history, but if your BMI is too high, you’re not invited.
Some flyers have been posted on utility poles in a Swissvale neighborhood, and not everyone is happy with them.
There is a political storm brewing here at the Westmoreland County courthouse.
A new ad for Kraft Zesty Italian dressing is causing quite the controversy with some moms.
A local police chief in Somerset County has been suspended without pay after a controversial picture of him surfaced on the Internet.
Taking private problems and disputes and playing them out in the national spotlight is not the style of the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, that’s what’s happening this off-season, and another key player is now talking about the recent LaMarr Woodley incident.
Jason Grilli talked with the Fan’s Dan Zangrilli today in Bradenton, Fla. after a story came out that the Pirates closer was critical of team management at last year’s trade deadline.
The historic painting may be called “Innocence”, but the controversy surrounding a picture of it, is getting all the attention.