Upwards of 1,000 people filled Ellsworth Avenue in Shadyside for a rally organized by the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh.
When it’s time to get some shut-eye, you already know to darken the room, power down electronics, and turn in at the same time each night. However, could your sleep position undo all your good work?
Your dentist appointment — certainly not the most delightful experience.
Police have named a suspect in connection with a shooting that hospitalized an innocent bystander in Stowe Township Sunday.
A Pittsburgh woman and her young daughter and nephew are being treated for rabies after police say they were attacked by a feral cat.
Sources confirm one person was shot and taken to the hospital after an incident that started in North Braddock and ended in Swissvale.
Doctors have been long concerned about the health risks of tanning beds, and in just a matter of days, many of those concerns will be written in a new state law.
It was a day of remembrance on Pittsburgh’s North Shore Saturday as fallen police officers were honored at the annual Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
After months of dealing with flooding, landslides, mud and debris, property owners in Glassport say the water has stopped running for the first time since January.
Properties covered in mud, muck and debris — a constant stream of water pouring down a hillside, roads buckling from the run-off.
The final Mass was held Saturday afternoon at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Monongahela.
Lawyers for the three men charged in the stabbing of Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive tackle, Mike Adams, continued to try to discredit his story about last summer’s attack as the trial continued Thursday.
A high school student that was found guilty of disorderly conduct for recording his classmates’ verbal abuse appears to be getting help from the district attorney.
Shea Love’s devotion to her son is obvious.
Ron Iorio says he’s heartbroken that the only photo he has of his pet is an image of the animal with an arrow in its back.