Mary Robb Jackson
A Fayette County man and his dog are recovering after they were attacked and threatened while out for a walk earlier this week.
A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday.
Officials say they’ve figured out how several patients at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital came down with a superbug.
The death of Thomas Eric Duncan, from the Ebola virus he contracted in West Africa, has now led to the first transmitted case of Ebola in the United States, in a nurse who cared for Duncan at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.
A Washington County woman is facing a list of charges related to the alleged disturbing abuse of her adopted daughter.
A judge has reversed his own ruling and ordered a teenage boy awaiting trial in a Pennsylvania high school stabbing rampage to remain in a juvenile detention center and receive mental health treatment there.
A teenager is being credited with pulling a woman from her burning home Tuesday morning.
Police arrested a man accused of burglarizing several homes on the North Side.
Officials at a western Pennsylvania state park have identified a woman who fell to her death trying to retrieve a camera she had dropped near a rocky ledge.
One of Pittsburgh’s green spaces has earned a new distinction by the American Planning Association (APA).
A local substitute teacher accused of having sex with two students will go to trial.
Police get calls almost daily from construction sites where new houses are being built or remodeled.
State police say they are investigating a homicide, after a young man was found dead near an alley Sunday afternoon in Lawrence County.
State police are investigating after a baby was reportedly grazed by a bullet and injured Thursday night in Indiana County.
At least six cases of influenza have been confirmed in the Pittsburgh region.