The Plum School Board met Tuesday evening for its first regular meeting since sex allegations surfaced against two high school teachers.
Julie Cerrone never planned on being a health coach, but her battle with a long list of medical ailments, including an auto-immune disorder called psoriatic arthritis, led her down a new path that started in her kitchen.
Nearly 400 people in Fayette County were left without gas Monday night after a pipeline was damaged in Uniontown, Fayette County.
The start of Lent means hundreds of Pittsburgh-area churches are also starting the long-time tradition of the Lenten Fish Fry.
Carnegie Mellon University is apologizing after mistakenly telling about 800 applicants they got into a graduate computer science program.
The bitter cold lingers over Pittsburgh, and now road crews are getting ready as we’re expecting another dusting of snow.
It wasn’t the typical first day on the job that newly-trained clerk Danielle Thorton had expected.
There was standing room only at the Mount Lebanon Commissioners meeting Tuesday evening as residents opposed to a controversial deer kill plan tried to get officials to change their minds.
Firefighters from several departments want to know why the Borough of Swissvale terminated its assistant fire chief.
About 70 businesses along Route 51 in Brentwood were without water service Tuesday night after a tractor trailer crashed a fire hydrant.
Authorities have been called to a home in Ross Township where two bodies have reportedly been found.
A report by the USDA has ordered changes to the way the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium uses dogs to help control its elephants and protect human handlers.
A blowing snowstorm that sweeps in just before the rush hour is getting to be a bad habit around here.
One man is dead and another man, believed to be his father, is injured after a shooting and standoff Wednesday evening in Pleasant Hills.
The Allegheny County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference Friday to defend an employee who’s come under fire recently.