Fire consumed a two-story wooden frame home in Charleston early Saturday morning. Nine people died, including Sharday Mcgee’s two daughters, 3-year-old McKenzie and 5-year-old Gabrielle Seals.
The Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus in Oakland has reopened after students and staff evacuated the building this morning over a reported bomb threat.
People in Beaver County are welcoming plans for the Shell Oil refinery. Longtime residents who remember the job losses from steel plants and US Airways are finally seeing some positive economic news.
When a gunman killed one man and wounded several others in the lobby of Western Psychiatric Clinic and Institute in Oakland, 16-year-old Dustin Grey had just rode the elevator to the lobby. When the doors opened, the shooter was right in front of him.
The grieving father of the man who was killed during the shooting at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic in Oakland earlier this week says the loss of his son has left a hole in his heart.
The borough told the Wilkinsburg FOP that any new contract must contain a provision that would allow the borough to subcontract police protection.
The winter weather created some hazardous driving conditions Saturday along roadways north of Pittsburgh.
A local college is the latest to sue the federal government over the mandate that requires employers to pay for contraceptives, including morning after pills.
In light of the tragic death of a newborn who was mauled to death by his family’s pet Husky in McKeesport, animal experts say there are ways to prepare your pet before bringing home a new baby.
Two local organizations offer classes to help families with dogs to prepare for a new baby. For more information, visit the following links: Animal Friends Aunt Penny’s Pet Sitting and Dog Training
It’s some of the coldest weather of the year so far, but that didn’t stop some Pittsburghers from braving the elements on a busy Saturday evening. With wind chills at times below zero, people bundled up against the cold and howling wind.
Crews knocked down a fire at a vacant house on Caldwell Street in Wilmerding.
People who live in suburbs east of Pittsburgh began to receive their 2012 assessment notices. Anyone whose home is up more than 30 percent will likely see their taxes increase.
Tenants in a local apartment have been given a month to move out after the building was declared unfit to live in. The water is about to be shut off and residents don’t know where they’ll go. Some have lived there more than 20 years.
Prosecutors said a police officer should have known better than to leave a loaded gun where a child could reach it. Now, the man is on trial for manslaughter in the death of his 5-year-old son.
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