A man wanted in connection with a murder in Larimer took his own life during a standoff in Point Breeze Wednesday morning.
Pirates legend Roberto Clemente was on a mission of mercy to earthquake victims in Nicaragua, when his plane went down in the Atlantic New Year’s Eve 40 years ago.
One person is in critical condition after being hit by a car Friday night.
“Let’s play ball!” “Referee” Larry Gumberg blows his whistle and the 44th annual Turkey Bowl is underway. Childhood friends test aging knees and aching muscles on the playing fields of Mellon Park in Point Breeze.
A home invasion — right across the street from an elementary school in Point Breeze — what began as a burglary, ended in a confrontation when the victim fought back.
Three months after a bicyclist was struck and killed on Penn Avenue in Point Breeze, a 29-year-old Pitcairn man is behind bars.
A Troy Hill man is facing attempted homicide charges after an early Sunday morning police chase.
Police are searching for two men in connection with an early Tuesday morning home invasion in Point Breeze.
The dangers of riding a bicycle on Penn Avenue have come to the forefront recently. In the past two weeks, two people have been hit and killed while riding their bikes along that stretch of road.
A cyclist has died after being hit by a car in Wilkinsburg Tuesday night. According to police, the accident happened in the 7700-block of Penn Avenue around 10 p.m. Tuesday.
There was a wake in Wilkinsburg for a man who was killed while riding his bike last week. James Price, 46, of Homewood, was the victim of a hit-and-run early last Wednesday morning on Penn Avenue in the city’s Point Breeze section.
Police say they are searching for the driver of a white vehicle allegedly involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident early Wednesday morning in Point Breeze.
Rap star Mac Miller has made it big, but he likes to come back home to Pittsburgh during breaks in his world tour. The former Malcolm McCormick stopped for lunch at Frick Park Market in Point Breeze, which became a YouTube sensation in his first rap video.
A decade ago, retiring Pittsburgh Police commander Gwen Elliott transformed her long support of struggling young women and girls into brick and mortar.
Instead of relaxing at home on this Martin Luther King Day holiday, many gave back in the form of service activities around town.