It’s been only three months since a local man was killed in a violent crash when a school bus landed on his vehicle in Hampton Township.
Police were called to Gibsonia this morning where a man reportedly barricaded himself inside of a home.
Police are looking for a car involved in a hit and run accident in Gibsonia.
You probably haven’t heard of these local pups, but you should know they’ve recently received some big honors.
Police were on the scene of a crash where a school bus drove over a car, smashing it and killing the driver.
On the coldest night of the year, a Good Samaritan from Wexford couldn’t believe what she saw, right in front of her eyes, someone decided to abandon six animals.
Stuck in near the top of a very tall tree, a cold, hungry cat hasn’t had much to be thankful for. Squirrel Hill homeowner Daniel Weisleder says the cat has been up in that tree for a week.
At least one is injured in a two vehicle crash in Gibsonia.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Frank Perman of Perman Funeral Home about a meet and greet open house that will help end the mystery behind planning a funeral.
Police have taken a man into custody in connection with the fatal stabbing of his 76-year-old grandmother while she sat at her kitchen table during breakfast. The incident happened at a home in Richland Township on Gibsonia Road.
A blast of snow came down last night on Interstate 79 on Tuesday evening. It left about an inch in parts of Allegheny and Beaver counties, but this was not your ordinary snow. It was really man-made snow – a freak storm caused by the nuclear power plant in Shippingport.
Some parents and children of the Pine Richland school district are upset, after classes were not canceled in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Emergency crews were called to an accident involving two motorcycles along the Pennsylvania Turnpike this afternoon.
The house in Pine Township where police say they found drugs and explosive materials last weekend was cleaned and sanitized Friday morning.
Residents in a community in Gibsonia woke up Saturday morning to police, canine units, fire crews, ATF officials, the bomb squad and Hazmat teams outside of a neighboring home.