Fire-Damaged Pittsburgh High-Rise Won't Reopen Until 2019A downtown Pittsburgh high-rise building damaged by a fire that killed a woman and left dozens homeless won't be reopening until next year.
2017 Pittsburgh News Year In ReviewBefore we turn the calendar to 2018, let’s take a look back at some of the biggest stories in Pittsburgh over the past year.
KDKA Investigates: Fire Officials Making Push To Have All Buildings Retrofitted With Sprinkler SystemsAfter last spring's fatal fire at Midtown Towers downtown, fire officials are making a push to have all buildings retrofitted with sprinkler systems.
Midtown Towers Residents Endure A Year Of Hardships After Devastating FireIt's been nearly four months since a fire destroyed a Downtown apartment building, and many of its residents are still looking for a place to live.
Investigators: Smoking Caused Fatal Fire At Midtown TowersInvestigators say smoking caused the fatal fire at the Midtown Towers in Downtown Pittsburgh earlier this month.
City Fire Officials Considering Sprinkler Requirements In All BuildingsThe Pittsburgh Fire Bureau is now considering requiring all residential and office buildings to have full sprinkler systems.
Midtown Towers Fire Victims Depending On Donations, Red CrossSeveral residents of Midtown Towers were sitting outside the Quality Inn in Oakland Wednesday evening.
Fire Chief Would Like Change After Fatal Fire In Older Building With No Sprinkler SystemOfficials say the Midtown Towers fatal fire Downtown all could have been doused immediately if the building had a sprinkler system.
Red Cross Assisting Dozens Displaced By Downtown High-Rise FireThe Red Cross has opened a shelter at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center to help people who were evacuated from a high-rise fire in Downtown Pittsburgh.
75-Year-Old Woman Killed, Firefighters Injured In Midtown Towers Fire DowntownOne person is dead and several others were injured in a fire inside the Midtown Towers in Downtown Pittsburgh early Monday morning.