The Allegheny County Health Department says 15 people have now died from the flu in the Pittsburgh area, but that this season’s outbreak seems to be slowing down.
About 150 people gathered Friday night on the Chartiers-Houston High School football field in what organizers called a “vigil of hope and love.”
The search continues for a Canonsburg native missing in the huge mudslide in Washington State.
The search for survivors of a deadly Washington state mudslide grew Monday to include scores of people who were still unaccounted for as the death toll from the wall of trees, rocks and debris that swept through a rural community rose to at least 14.
After a recent string of heroin overdose deaths, officials say heroin-related deaths are on the downswing.
Police have made more arrests in relation to a particular kind of heroin, blamed for several overdose deaths.
A Congressional committee is holding a second hearing on a Legionnaire’s disease outbreak at Pittsburgh’s Veterans Affairs hospitals that killed at least five patients and sickened 21 since 2011.
In 2012, more than 1600 work zone crashes occurred across the state.
Two people were killed early Sunday morning when a Lawrence County mobile home caught fire.
Westmoreland County has seen a dramatic jump in heroin overdoses.
Police are investigating after two people were found dead inside a Clairton home Saturday night.
The flu has been deadly this year. Five deaths in Allegheny County, and this could go up.
The flu emergency continues around the country. The latest numbers are out, and the illness continues to spread. In fact, things are worse in Allegheny County than anywhere else in the state.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and four major retailers are announcing a voluntary recall to consumers who own Nap Nanny® recliners made by Baby Matters, LLC of Berwyn, Pa.
New numbers show a record number of people were killed by falling televisions, furniture, and appliances in 2011.