Pittsburgh has been named the most livable city, the best city to raise a family and the best place to watch a football game. However, it’s also the worst at something. Several publications have pegged Pittsburgh as the worst city for singles.
The driver in a deadly hit-and-run crash was sentenced Tuesday to two-and-a-half to five years in prison and it’s not the news the victim’s family was hoping for.
For Range Resources and other companies, gas drilling is a booming business in several Washington County towns.
It’s a budget battle with parents on one side, administrators on the other and several hundred elementary students in the middle. The North Allegheny School District wants to close their school to save money.
Charges against a man accused of making threats at a local nursing home have been dropped.
A Bridgeport, Ohio woman ousted as the Den Mother of her son’s Boy Scout group is reacting to the national organization’s possible shift in policy regarding gays and lesbians as leaders.
Slick roads, snow and bitter cold. It’s a rough night out there even for the salt trucks trying to keep the roads clear.
Water gushing into the lobby of a Downtown hotel kept Pittsburgh firefighters busy Thursday night.
The familiar battle cries had fallen silent for much too long. But on Wednesday night, the shouts of “Let’s Go Pens!” could be heard all around CONSOL Energy Center as the Pittsburgh Penguins hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs in their home opener.
People who live in a 10-story apartment building in Dormont were forced out of their homes after a natural gas leak Tuesday night and they had no idea they were in danger.
More than 100 people packed a school board meeting Monday night, pleading with members to reconsider controversial staff cuts.
The search continues for three suspects who authorities say bailed from a stolen van in Westmoreland County on Friday afternoon.
There are two contentious sides to an unusual case in Westmoreland County. Supporters of former Monessen High School quarterback Chazus Rawlins urged school board to reverse a controversial decision.
The investigation into what caused a three-vehicle crash that left four dead in Greene County has revealed that inhalants played a part.
What started as a Christmas promotion has turned into a year-round trend, helping the consumer get the best deals. Target is taking aim at online rivals, offering price-matching all year round; and other stores could follow.
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