A black Labrador that was stranded and swimming to survive in a Lawrence County Lake is back at home with his family.
It was back to work on Wednesday for Cpl. Dan Hahn at the Cranberry Township Police Department.
A man died after falling off of a third-story balcony on the South Side early Sunday morning.
In light of the bad weather expected with Hurricane Sandy early this week, many municipalities are changing their Trick-or-Treat days from Oct. 31.
It’s the time of year when the leaves that looked so beautiful on your trees are now cluttering up your yard. So, KDKA’s Jennifer Antkowiak put two leaf clean-up products to the test to see if they can help get the job done more quickly and easily.
A man from Lincoln Borough was taken to the hospital after he was hurt in a hunting accident Tuesday.
This is a bad time of year for 11-year-old Connor Duran. “Really hard to breathe, and run, and move,” Duran, of Robinson, describes. “I usually take my inhaler before practice. Last year at this time, I actually wasn’t able to play football.
Use the fall to take preventative steps to ensure your house will weather the winter.
KDKA Radio’s Rob Pratte along with Andy Amrhein from the True Value Home Improvement hour talk with Andy Baechle, director of Allegheny County Parks.
A toddler is being checked out at the hospital after falling 15 feet from a window. This happened just after 9 p.m. Monday in the 200 block of Perry Highway in West View.
Emergency officials were called toe McConnells Mill State Park after someone fell about 20 feet Thursday afternoon.
Western Pennsylvania has plenty of great places for a perfect day of pumpkin picking; but these are a few favorites!
Cooler weather arrives for the weekend as a powerful cold front moves in to the Pittsburgh area during the second half of our Friday.
It’s the first day of fall and people are starting to think about scaring up some Halloween fun. Scarehouse is one of this area’s most popular haunted attractions and it’s getting ready to open its doors for the spooky season. This year though, you’ll find some hauntingly familiar scenes behind those doors.
Sure, Pittsburgh has plenty of apple orchards where you can get the freshest and tastiest apples around; but we found a few that let visitors actually pick their own (which is half the fun)!