Heroin is rearing its ugly head in urban, suburban and rural settings.
It’s a common scene around here — deer darting in and out of traffic.
We break down the biggest games of the second week of the 2012 high school football season.
It doesn’t get any bigger than high school football in Western Pennsylvania and we’re committed to bringing you the best team coverage in the region. After the games, you can find all the latest scores right here!
We preview the biggest WPIAL football games from the opening weekend of the 2012 season, including our featured game between two Class AAAA contenders and new conference rivals.
Authorities in Mount Lebanon say a woman who went missing after going out for a walk Sunday morning has been found.
Police are investigating a report of a child luring in the South Hills area. It happened in the Mt. Lebanon and Bethel Park area.
The next time you go to the grocery store, expect to see new labels in the meat department. New government regulations that take effect could help you make better decisions for your family at the supermarket.
The kindness of a stranger led to a heartfelt reunion for a Mt. Lebanon family and their family pet who had been missing for six long months.
Property owners in the southern suburbs of Allegheny County are getting an early look at their 2012 assessment numbers online. So far, many of them are not happy.
A 17-year-old junior at Mt. Lebanon High School has been charged with raping a teenage girl.
Police arrested a pizza shop employee accused of spying on children in the bathroom. Andrew Dahmen, 22, was silent while leaving court. He is facing child porn, illegal use of cell phone, tampering with evidence and invasion of privacy charges.
Lawyers for a Mt. Lebanon teenager who was found guilty of attacking his girlfriend with a hammer back in 2007 wants his conviction overturned.
A judge sentenced a Mount Lebanon man to one to two years in prison and five years of probation for an accident that killed a young mother who was jogging with her children last year.
Nora and Tess Conaway are taking over a labor of love for their grandma. They call her “LaLa” – she was Yvonne to us – and her life was a song that touched so many other lives.