Rough Rivers, Muddy Waters Can't Stop Record-Setting Polar PlungeRough rivers and muddy waters didn't stop the Pittsburgh Polar Plunge on Saturday. Instead they went with Plan B -- jumping into pools outside Heinz Field.
Suspect In Pitt Student's Murder Appears In Court For Unrelated Rape ChargesA man who is already headed to trial for the murder of a Pitt student was back in court on rape charges Friday.
Officer Rescued From Roof Of Cruiser Trapped In FloodwatersA police officer was rescued from the roof of his cruiser after it became trapped in floodwaters.
Burn Victims, Caregivers Reunite For Annual UPMC Mercy Burn Center EventNearly 100 burn victims and caregivers reunited Sunday to celebrate the victims' recovery.
Franklin Regional School District Closed Due To Potential ThreatA 17-year-old boy was apprehended Friday after posting some ominous pictures on Snapchat, but police later said they didn't believe it was a serious threat.
Pittsburgh Federation Of Teachers Votes To Authorize Strike If NecessaryThe Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers has unanimously authorized a strike for Pittsburgh Public Schools' teachers if necessary.
Officials ID Suspect In Florida School Shooting As 19-Year-Old Former StudentA shooting at a Florida high school Wednesday sent students rushing out into the streets as SWAT team members swarmed in and locked down the building, and police warned the shooter was still at large.
West Virginia Murder Suspect Found Dead In Washington Co.A suspect wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in West Virginia was found dead in Washington County Friday morning.
Mother Of Pirates Catcher Elias Diaz Kidnapped In VenezuelaThe mother of Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Elias Diaz has been kidnapped in Venezuela.
Commuters, Road Crews Battle Tough Driving Conditions Due To Winter StormThe latest round of winter weather to hit western Pennsylvania had a big impact on the morning commute.
Pence Visits Pennsylvania To Lend Hand In House RaceVice President Mike Pence was in the Pittsburgh area Friday to appear at a campaign rally and speak at the Heinz History Center.
Gov. Wolf Hears Input From Pittsburgh Voters On Redrawing Of State’s Congressional MapA battle over Pennsylvania’s Congressional map has gone all the way to the United States Supreme Court, and Gov. Tom Wolf is weighing in.