Thousands showed up to take part in the first ever Pittsburgh 10 Miler race Sunday.
Gas stations are easy to find to fill up your car or truck, but public places to refuel vehicles that run on compressed natural gas — or CNG — are often hard to locate.
What if someone told you that you could fuel up your car for less than $2 a gallon? You could if you were driving a car powered by natural gas.
Republican County Executive Candidate D. Raja says it’s time to convert the county’s bus system to natural gas.