Police are investigating after finding a body in the Monongahela River.
The Pittsburgh area hasn’t seen anything close to the devastation Hurricane Sandy caused along the East Coast. In fact, most of the fears of local officials were never realized.
A large oil sheen formed on the Monongahela River Tuesday afternoon and river traffic was halted when a tugboat transporting several barges became stuck on the water.
Emergency crews are at the 10th Street Bridge where a body was discovered in the Monongahela River. A kayaker spotted the body along the shoreline on the city side of the river Thursday.
Dive teams determined that no one was inside a vehicle that plunged into the Mon River Tuesday morning.
It was supposed to be a peaceful, scenic place to spend their later years. But it has turned out to be anything but for a local retired couple who say they wake up every morning to the sight and smell of garbage.
Crews searched for a missing canoeist on the Monongahela River. The canoeist, described as inexperienced, has been overdue to return which prompted the search.
Two people were flown to a Pittsburgh hospital after a Wave Runner and a boat collided on the Monongahela River Saturday night.
The 22nd Annual “River Sweep” is this Saturday and organizers need your help. They need volunteers of all ages to help with the sweep.
Thanks to a variety of street entertainers, including magicians, jugglers, magicans and more, Pittsburgh has rightly earned its recognition as one of the country’s best cities for busking.
This weekend’s fatal jet ski accident on the Ohio River raises concerns about boating safety as we head into summer and more people spend time on the area’s rivers.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl was flanked by developers as he cut the ribbon, officially opening South Shore Riverfront Park.
Crews called off the search for a woman in the Monongahela River. They were looking for the woman near the Aquatorium off Railroad Street in Monongahela.
A Washington County bridge that has been closed for more than two years will now be torn down.
The Mon River is the water source for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvania American Water customers. Next month, that water will be undergoing a new treatment process involving chloramine, a mixture of chlorine and a smaller amount of ammonia.