Pittsburgh has a long history of generosity when it comes to helping out our fellow man in times of dire need all over the world.
Haiti is marking the fifth anniversary of a devastating earthquake, and a Pittsburgh based hospital in that country is being honored.
They are pretty rare in our area, but every few years the Pittsburgh area will feel an earthquake that will shake the ground enough to give us a scare.
It’s been two years since the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti. Hundreds of orphans there were left with nothing. Dozens of those children were brought here to Pittsburgh for a new life, and today, the last three adoptions were finalized.
Authorities say a minor earthquake has hit in northeast Ohio.
PennDOT crews have been inspecting local bridges after tremors from an earthquake in Virginia were felt around the area Tuesday afternoon.
Caution tape surrounds the apartment building in Pittsburgh’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood after bricks fell from a chimney during Tuesday afternoon’s earthquake. The bricks smashed onto a picnic table a short distance from a 6-year-old boy.
A moderate earthquake hit Virginia Tuesday afternoon and the tremors were felt hundreds of miles away.
There were no reports of injuries or damage in Westmoreland County, but people were shaken up by the quake. Inside the Westmoreland County Courthouse, workers on the third floor didn’t know what was going on.
In the aftermath of the 5.8 magnitude earthquake felt in the Pittsburgh area, there have been reports of minor damage. Large chunks of rock fell from a chimney on top of an apartment building on North Harrison Avenue in Bellevue.
Tassy Filsaime survived the earthquake of Haiti, but his life was threatened by a tumor in his cheek. That’s where Ian Rosenberger came in and he founded Team Tassy. The organization helped raise money to […]
A Japanese surgeon, who works in Pittsburgh as a transplant researcher, was called on as part of a Japanese medical disaster team.
A new list from Nuclear Regulatory Commission puts the nuclear power plant in Beaver County in the top five of those most at risk of being damaged during an earthquake. But are we really at risk?
The kindness of strangers and Facebook helped easy the worries of parents who son is still living in Japan’s quake zone.
Pittsburgh’s small Japanese community is continuing to closely monitor the events back in their native country following last week’s destructive earthquake and tsunami.