Severe thunderstorms are hitting the Pittsburgh region.
A man in a wheelchair and his sister were rescued from a smoky house fire in East Carnegie on Wednesday evening.
The man accused of killing his stepfather after an argument over a TV set was held for trial Friday.
Police are investigating after one person was shot and killed in East Carnegie early Sunday morning.
The rain Tuesday in the South Hills created safety issues ranging from creating a fire hazard to a basement full of feces filled water.
Police are looking for a 35-year-old man wanted for allegedly threatening the life his probation officer.
Downed trees and flooded roadways made for some hazardous conditions Sunday when strong storms battered the area. The storms were particularly bad just south and east of Pittsburgh.
The Sunday rain had been predicted, but even when it arrived, it seemed to come from out of nowhere. The storm brought lightning, thunder, heavy and fast rains and another round of flash flooding, trapping at least two people in a vehicle in East Carnegie.
A man in East Carnegie was shot and killed Sunday afternoon, but police made an arrest within minutes and the search was caught on surveillance cameras.
A Tuesday morning fire destroyed a local flooring company’s offices. According to officials at the scene, the fire broke out in the 200-block of Noblestown Road around 6 a.m.
People in East Carnegie say a guardrail is needed along Noblestown Road where a priest lost control and went over a hillside.
EAST CARNEGIE (KDKA) – Authorities continue to investigate after an apparent accidental shooting in East Carnegie left one man dead early Sunday. According to police, the shooting happened in the 1500-block of Baldwick Road shortly […]