A Purple Heart. A burglary. A flood. A World War I veteran. All of these elements came together as a complete stranger reached out to KDKA’S Marty Griffin.
Ross Township Fire Marshal John Reubi showed us the paperwork sent to Bernard and Evelyn Sobol Friday because of water leaking all over Amanda Loscar and Dave Rennebeck’s Waldorf Park apartment.
A Ross Township couple says they were forced to leave their apartment after it was flooded.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Pam Wheat, owner of PJ’s Deli, Catering, and Bakery in Bridgeville, about how her restaurant is offering a free meal to flood victims in one of the hardest hit areas of the July 10 flood.
Many people around the area are dealing with the effects of widespread damage and flooding from Wednesday powerful storms.
Find out if your car has been in a flood.
Surviving relatives of four people killed in flash flooding in Pittsburgh in August 2011 are suing several government and private entities claiming the deaths could have been prevented, attorneys for the two affected families announced Friday.
A flood advisory is in effect for the Ohio River.
A string of stores were damaged after a pipe ruptured and sent water gushing into a local strip mall.
Hours after the flood waters receded in Pittsburgh’s South Hills neighborhoods, it was all about washing away the mess it had left behind.
Constant, steady and heavy rains throughout the day caused flash flooding that paralyzed some of the busiest roads in the South Hills Friday afternoon. Now, cleanup is underway as local residents and business try and pick up the pieces after a very big mess.
It’s not the way they were planning to spend the day before Thanksgiving. The Fayette County Food Bank was closed today after heavy rains caused at least three-feet of water to accumulate inside.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino, spoke with Councilman Patrick Dowd about last Friday’s flood.
A water main break flooded a home in West Elizabeth overnight and the homeowner claims that the water company actually made matters even worse.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Councilman Doug Shields and Public Safety Director Michael Huss about the fatal flooding on Friday.