A 12-year-old girl is home from the hospital after being swept several hundred yards through a flooded drainpipe is Schuylkill County.
Some Pittsburgh suburbs hit by flash floods during a brief but intense weekend thunderstorm are blaming overloaded sewers for the mess.
Homes along the Connoquenessing Creek in Beaver County were surrounded by water following the heavy rains of the last two days.
Some strong storms ripped through the area late Monday night into Tuesday morning.
It’s an active day for weather in the Pittsburgh area. Showers and thunderstorms have been moving through Wednesday morning.
Days of heavy rain continue to cause flash flooding problems across the area.
People living on Millers Lane in Lower Burrell are still cleaning up Friday morning due to some severe flooding.
In a cemetery just outside of Cheswick, where hundreds are laid to rest, there is one family visiting loved ones who are both sad and angry.
The surging creek roared through Sutersville Wednesday night like a freight train.
As homeowners continue to dry out after Tuesday night’s storms caused flash flooding in parts of the area, they are hoping that we don’t get more rain tonight.
Rain is expected to fall throughout the day and has prompted a Flood Watch.
A South Side bar owner says he may lose his business over flood damage he blames on the on Pittsburgh’s Water and Sewer Authority.
There are new concerns about the ice jams on the Allegheny River in Armstrong County.
An ice jam near Parker is causing concern, because it could be devastating if it melts too quickly.
Despite flooding concerns in many areas, the Mon Wharf will be open Monday.