Landslide Shuts Down Road In Mount WashingtonA landslide on Mount Washington is having an impact on the morning commute.
Police Arrest Convicted Felon Wanted In Connection With 3-Year-Old’s DeathA convicted felon wanted in connection with the death of a 3-year-old girl has been apprehended by police.
Police Issue Warrant For Convicted Felon In Connection With 3-Year-Old’s DeathPittsburgh Police say when 3-year-old Yasha Ross accidentally shot herself in a Mount Washington home last Sunday, her mother and two other men were in the basement smoking marijuana.
DA: 3-Year-Old Accidentally Shot Herself In Chest In Mt. WashingtonYasha Ross, 3, had her whole life ahead of her.
Babysitter Of 3-Year-Old Killed By Gunshot Recalls ‘Lovable, Passionate’ ChildOne day after a toddler was killed at a home in Mount Washington, Pittsburgh Police would say only that the investigation into the tragic shooting was ongoing.
Medical Examiner Identifies Girl, 3, Killed In Mt. Washington ShootingA little girl who was shot and killed in Mount Washington over the weekend has been identified.
Port Authority Riders Deal With Delays While Crews Repair Break In Rail Port Authority commuters dealt with delays Tuesday morning.
Allegheny Co. Republican Committee Official Charged With Assaulting GirlfriendThe executive director of a local political party is facing assault charges in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident involving his girlfriend.
Man Accused Of Trying To Flush Baby Down Toilet Faces Additional ChargesA man arrested after allegedly attempting to flush an infant down a toilet in Mount Washington is facing additional charges.
Powerboat Racing Returns To EQT Three Rivers Regatta With A FuryYou could hear the engines roaring all the way in Mount Washington, Formula One boats gliding on the Allegheny River at speeds well over a hundred miles an hour.
Officials: Boy, 4, Severs Several Toes In Lawnmower MishapOfficials say a 4-year-old boy has lost several toes in a lawnmower mishap in Pittsburgh.
PWSA Lead Letter Causes Concerns, Customers Get Busy SignalsA letter from the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority warns of high levels of lead in the drinking water of some homes.