Man Facing DUI Charges After Crash Sends 3 To HospitalA man is facing multiple charges, including DUI, after he crashed into a car in Shaler on Sunday morning.
Unresponsive Man, 18 Cats Found In West Mifflin Home During Welfare CheckPolice officers conducting a welfare check in West Mifflin found an unresponsive man and more than a dozen cats.
7 Children Found Living In Larimer House Of Filth, Mother ChargedA Larimer mother is facing charges after her seven children were found living in deplorable conditions.
Officials: Woman Dead, 3 Firefighters Hurt In Shaler Twp. House FireOne person is dead and three firefighters were injured battling a house fire in Shaler Township on Monday night.
Peduto: Pittsburgh & Uber In 'A Family Fight' Over Autonomous Vehicle TestingMayor Peduto wanted to participate in a meeting with the PennDOT secretary and autonomous vehicle companies on Thursday, but the meeting was canceled.
Cashless Tolling Along Findlay Connector Begins SundayMotorists using the Findlay Connector will notice a big change this weekend – cashless tolling.
Supporters Take Petition To City Hall To Try To Keep Downtown YMCA OpenThe YMCA in Downtown Pittsburgh is set to close next week after filing for bankruptcy earlier this month, but now there’s a last-minute push to try and save it.
Memorial Day Parade Abruptly Canceled Due To Lack Of Participating VetsHopewell's annual Memorial Day parade was canceled at the last minute. VFW members say the public supports them, but getting veterans out is a challenge.
Propel School Parents Upset Over 'Graphic' Sex Ed Lesson In 7th Grade Science ClassParents of some seventh grade students at Propel Charter School's Hazelwood site say a science teacher has crossed the line between what's appropriate and what's not.
Does It Really Do That? EgglettesEgglettes claim to cut down on the hassle and mess associated with hard-boiled eggs. But, does it really do that?
Cab Driver Who Jumped Curb, Fatally Struck Pedestrian Pleads GuiltyA cab driver whose taxi jumped a Pittsburgh curb on St. Patrick's Day last year, killing one pedestrian and injuring another person, has been sentenced to four to eight years in prison.
'They Have Names, They Had Hearts': Opioid Addiction Memorial Makes Sure Victims Aren't Just StatisticsStories about opioid use and abuse are everywhere, but for people who have lost a loved one -- these stories are personal.