Emergency crews pulled a body from the Ohio River in Beaver County Saturday morning.
A man whose body was found in the Ohio River on Memorial Day has been identified. The Beaver County Coroner says 63-year-old Gregory Smith, of Sewickley, apparently drowned.
Crews in Beaver County have recovered a body. Boaters told authorities they saw it near the old J&L Plant in Aliquippa.
The Coast Guard has a message for boaters on Pittsburgh’s three rivers this Memorial Day weekend.
A local bridge that was hit by runaway barges on Wednesday is reopened after hours of inspection.
There is concern about the potential for a chemical spill in the Ohio River after several barges broke loose and struck a local bridge Wednesday morning.
Heavy rains over the weekend have forced rivers around the area to swell. As a result, the Monday morning commute will be impacted.
Officials have been called to the area of the Neville Island Bridge after a body may have been spotted in the water.
The recent storms that moved through the area this week are having an impact on the rivers around Pittsburgh.
It’s a trip usually reserved for big steamboats, like the Mississippi Queen, but a young man from Squirrel Hill is set to travel all the way from the Mon River to the Gulf of Mexico in a kayak. He’s hoping to make a statement with his journey.
Environmental contractors have quite a mess on their hands in Shippingport, Beaver County. An unknown amount of diesel fuel spilled from a pipeline on a hillside that burst around 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
Could the discovery of a body in the Ohio River solve the mystery of a man missing from Beaver County since December? Police in Beaver are looking into it but stress no positive identification has been made.
Police are investigating the discovery of a body in the Ohio River. The body was found near Wabash Street in Industry, Beaver County.
PennDOT closed the 10th Street Bypass Sunday night due to flooding. The road was reopened Tuesday morning after the river had receded.
Flooding is continuing to have an impact on the morning commute in downtown Pittsburgh. Rain and snow over the weekend caused the rivers to swell and overflow their banks.