Brentwood council is looking at ways to cut costs.
Emergency crews in Plum will soon have a new place to call their own, but they need help furnishing their new building — and that’s where the public comes in.
Investigators continue to look into the cause of a house explosion in Brentwood.
Police are on the scene of a car crash in West Deer Township.
An art installation in downtown Pittsburgh is shut down indefinitely after visitors were having seizures.
At one point, Kathleen McGinnis’ knee pain was so bad that every movement was excruciating.
Blisters, cramps, dehydration, maybe a heart attack, but an explosion is generally not the first thing first responders prepare for when working a marathon.
A new contract proposal was shot down by city paramedics Friday.
It was an emotional and joyful reunion Saturday for a Steelers fan from Indiana who suffered a heart attack while visiting the city last year. Jay Gebhardt and his family returned to Pittsburgh this weekend to say thank you to the paramedics who helped to save his life.
A Pittsburgh city councilman is calling for new rules to put an end to the unruly behavior at Mellon Park. Two fights – a small one involving two young men, then one that involved dozens of young women, happened at a church-sponsored picnic at the park this summer.
ROSS TOWNSHIIP (KDKA) — The winter weather makes certain types of calls more likely for paramedics. “Lots of traffic accidents, lots of slips and falls,” says Greg Porter, the assistant director of Ross/West View EMS. […]
Would you know if you are having a heat stoke? When is the heat too much? Larry and John talk to Pittsburgh EMS Chief Robert McCaughan about the signs of serious health issues from the […]