It’s dangerous, potentially deadly and not to mention, illegal. Yet, some teens are still texting behind the wheel.
Hopefully drivers in western Pennsylvania won’t have to cringe as much at the gas pump, as the price of gasoline is going down.
It’s spring — yes spring — but the weather forecast overnight looks like anything but.
Mild temperatures are on tap for the weekend and road crews will be taking full advantage of the weather.
It doesn’t feel like spring, but there was a sure sign of it Monday.
Snow showers are moving into the area, and there could be up to an inch or two of snow before it’s all over.
The snow has stopped falling, but that doesn’t mean the work is over for roads crews.
Reduced speeds have been imposed on nearly 300 miles of the Pennsylvania Turnpike due to the approaching winter storm.
PennDOT crews say they will monitor the weather situation throughout the night and then act accordingly.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that parts of Wood Street will be closed to traffic downtown. As a result, the Port Authority will re-route buses starting Thursday night.
Speak directly to experts from Ford, Westfield Insurance and the Pennsylvania State Police about new driving laws, texting ban, teen driving laws, etc.
Holiday drivers should be extra cautious on the road this year.
A new traffic pattern is in place on route 28.
State police in Westmoreland and Indiana counties are cracking down on drunk drivers, with a new program called “Spear.”
Five-and-a-half months ago, Dan Yablonsky was riding his bike down Liberty Avenue when a jeep barreling through the intersection ran him over, shattering his body body from head to toe.