Friends, family, and Steelers Nation will say a final goodbye today to legendary head coach and Hall of Famer Chuck Noll.
The Steelers and the Pittsburgh community are honoring the life and legacy of former coach, Chuck Noll.
A Pittsburgh Police car captured a number of images on its dash cam when it arrived at the place where Paul Parrish’s white car stopped on Route 65 in Brighton Heights back in July 2012.
The National Weather Service is surveying the damage after last night’s strong storms.
The search for a missing man in Washington County resumed Wednesday morning.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with last month’s shooting in Duquesne that injured a pregnant teenager and killed her unborn baby.
As the investigation into why an off-duty state trooper fatally shot a neighbor, an application for a search warrant serves as guide to what police are looking for.
A woman was seriously injured in an accident involving a Port Authority bus this afternoon in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Attorneys in the case involving former Washington County Judge Paul Pozonsky argued before a specially appointed judge from Bedford County about whether current Washington County President Judge Debbie O’Dell-Seneca should be compelled to testify about an order she issued to seize evidence from Pozonsky’s chambers.
The Westmoreland County husband about to go on trial in the strangulation death of his school teacher wife is now also facing a lawsuit.
The Allegheny County District Attorney has ruled the shooting death of a suspect after a chase that reached 100 MPH last April was justified.
One local tubular steel plant is shutting down, and another is halting production.
A Russian computer hacker is accused of leading a worldwide conspiracy that targeted hundreds of thousands of computers with malware that enabled his group to steal more than $100 million from business and other bank accounts.
Two congressmen are criticizing the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System for keeping nearly 700 veterans on a list for medical care, some for more than a year.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI were set to announce dozens of arrests in what they’re calling a series of “overlapping and interrelated heroin distribution networks” in southwestern Pennsylvania.