“My car may look small, but it fits my 6-foot-7 frame just fine.” – Ian Rosenberger from Survivor Palau and his Toyota Prius
One man is in prison serving a life sentence for a murder that happened seven years ago. But now, a different man says he is responsible for the killing.
Penn Hills police are investigating a tip on the whereabouts of a missing man. Dominick Brown-Hill, 21, of Penn Hills, was reported missing last month.
Move over Facebook, because a new social networking site is sweeping the nation that aims to increase community awareness and bring neighbors closer together.
Organizers have put together a fundraiser for the Griffith family. Kimberly Griffith and her two daughters, Brenna and Mikaela, were killed in flash flooding in Highland Park back in August.
Enjoy taking your dog for a walk or run? The Pittsburgh area boasts some great public trails to enjoy nature with your best friend!
Some parents of students at Sacred Heart Elementary say their kids won’t be riding the school bus tomorrow after what the kids say happened today.
Pittsburgh may be known as the “Steel City” or the “City of Bridges” but it’s also an awesome place to pull on your boots and take a hike!
This morning’s storm brought with it the area’s first significant rainfall since Friday’s deadly flash flooding; but with resources at the ready, crews kept a close watch on Washington Boulevard.
Days after flash floods claimed the lives of four people in Highland Park, comes a new threat of heavy rain.
A special meeting of engineers will be held Monday in the wake of a fatal flash flood on Washington Boulevard in Highland Park.
In the middle of the chaos on Washington Boulevard, there were stories of survival. Paramedics in boats went to vehicles, plucking people out of nine to 10 feet of water.
A man was critically injured in a shooting in Highland Park. Allegheny County 911 tells KDKA-TV the shooting happened at the corner of Portland Street and Wellesley Avenue at about 8:30 p.m.
Pittsburgh police are asking for help from the public in solving a hit-and-run case that left two local doctors who were out for a bicycle ride back in May injured in Highland Park.
Police say about 50 cars got caught in high water on Washington Boulevard late Monday, and one man had to climb up onto the roof of his car until the water receded.