It should come as no surprise that there are fines coming out of the latest Steelers-Ravens matchup.
They’re the size of a football field, holding millions of gallons of drilling water, and recently they’ve attracted the unwanted attention of state environmental regulators.
The Allegheny County Health Department has fined a Pittsburgh restaurant $800 for hiding a yellow health alert notice posted on a front window behind two large potted plants.
People who live in Bellevue and Avalon have long complained about pollution from the Shenango Coke Plant on Neville Island.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will not lose a draft pick for an incident involving Mike Tomlin interfering with a play this season.
It’s the largest criminal penalty ever assessed against an auto manufacturer — $1.2 billion — announced Wednesday morning by Attorney General Eric Holder.
The government announced a $1.2 billion settlement with Toyota Motor Corp. on Wednesday and filed a criminal charge alleging the company defrauded consumers by issuing misleading statements about safety issues in Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
Fraternities at the University of Pittsburgh have no intention of becoming Delta House in the classic film Animal House.
The NFL will reportedly fine Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin $100,000 and will consider taking away or downgrading a draft pick from the team.
It’s video that’s been played over and over again. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin appears to step toward the field during Thursday’s game as a Ravens player races down the sideline.
The NFL is reviewing whether Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin tried to interfere with a kick return in Baltimore.
Steelers cornerback William Gay was slapped with a fine for a hit in last weekend’s game against the Cleveland Browns.9
The break in a filtration system was just the start of the problems for the Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County last month.
How do you define noise? It could be a train or maybe even a motorcycle. All of them could be considered noise under a new ordinance in one Allegheny County town.
A Delmont man has won his fight to keep his beloved ducks.