A strong line of storms moved through western Pennsylvania Sunday afternoon.
Construction crews are getting a jump on some major weekend road construction projects Thursday night.
One person suffered minor injuries after crashing into a building in Ross Township Friday afternoon.
It is summer and orange construction barrels are up all over the area. It is especially true in the North Hills where several construction projects are going on right now.
Road construction and lane closures will continue on Route 50 in the South Hills as well as McKnight Road in the North Hills.
The weather has played havoc with plans to begin a few major road projects, but PennDOT says it’s now a go for work on two main roads in our area.
Two major construction projects get underway today; and regardless of whether you live in the South or North Hills, your commute could soon get a big trickier.
Police are investigating a string of recent incidents involved a woman impersonating a police officer.
ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Four employees are facing charges after they allegedly staged a burglary at a restaurant in the North Hills. Ross Township police say they got a report of a burglary at Qdoba […]
ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Emergency crews are on the scene of a multi-vehicle accident in Ross Township. The collision happened in the 4600-block of McKnight Road near the Shell gas station. Three vehicles, including a […]
ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Crews worked non-stop Friday to clean up after a messy water main break on a busy local roadway, one day before one of the busiest shopping days of the year. The […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A water main break caused a major disruption for commuters in the North Hills after crews had to shut down McKnight Road for hours this morning; but part of the busy thoroughfare […]
ROSS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Several major water main breaks have been causing problems in the North Hills this morning — closing a busy highway, shutting down businesses and affecting school bus pickups. The problem started […]
There is a trend across the retail industry to move away from large enclosed malls and towards so-called outdoor “lifestyle centers,” like The Waterfront in Homestead. Now, a major development underway in the North Hills […]