Jerrell Whitlock is now in a Florida jail after he was arrested at a motel in Gainesville Friday.
Toni Means of Hazelwood says if her son, Dquay, wanted to get a car, “we have cars in our family. A nice, fine car – he could [drive] that.”
Pittsburgh Police have obtained an arrest warrant for a third suspect in the stabbing and attempted carjacking of Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Mike Adams.
Police are looking for a third suspect wanted for the stabbing and attempted carjacking of Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Mike Adams Saturday on the South Side.
Two people are in jail following a SWAT situation in Hazelwood Monday night.
The comedy/horror film “Tales from the Hood” is one of many features written and directed by a man who grew up in the neighborhood of Manchester.
Two of the last, big riverfront sites remaining in the City of Pittsburgh may not be empty for much longer.
Crews were called to the scene of a water main break in Hazelwood Sunday morning.
There’s an old saying that you can’t truly understand what another person is feeling until you walk a mile in their shoes. One lady in Hazelwood has battled breast cancer and today, she is doing something really special for people who are fighting the disease.
New dek hockey court opens in Hazelwood. It’s is the second of four dek hockey courts to be built in Pittsburgh. Eight others will be built around the county and surrounding areas.
One person was taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon following a shooting in Hazelwood.
Police are investigating after the passenger in a vehicle was injured by flying glass during reports of possible gunfire in Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood section early this morning.
A man who has spent 18 years in prison is now free. Terrell Johnson was just released from the Allegheny County Jail.
The family of Terrell Johnson has plans for a big celebration when he comes home after 18 years in prison. His mother says wishes she could hug each of the jurors who found Johnson not guilty.
There’s a verdict in the re-trial of a man who’s been in prison for nearly two decades for murder. On Wednesday, the jury found Terrell Johnson not guilty.