Police are trying to figure out if weather played a role in an accident Friday afternoon in South Fayette Township that sent a car careening into a townhouse.
University of Pittsburgh Professor Brenda Berrian said Thursday night that Nelson Mandela’s legacy is “wanting peace, justice and wanting all races to get along with each other.”
Hundreds of people showed up Wednesday night to the Baldwin-Whitehall school board meeting after the resignation of one of its members.
Todd Twiss, 38, of Morningside was charged with DUI and reckless driving by Pittsburgh Police Tuesday night.
How would you react if a business, next door to where you live, decided to install a big, flashing LED sign?
Police looking for the person who robbed an East Pittsburgh Post Office Friday.
A two-story house in the 700-block of Bouquet Street in McKees Rocks was destroyed in a two-alarm fire Thursday night.
A few hundred Verizon residential and business customers who rely on landlines are without service.
A Mount Lebanon father was shaken up during a mix-up involving Allegheny County Sheriff’s deputies who showed up at his apartment with a search warrant looking for a suspect wanted on felony charges.
Mariah Anderson, 22, was eulogized Friday night by friends, relatives and co-workers outside the Walmart store in Union Township, Lawrence County.
Explaining that she doesn’t want her son to be labeled as a bully, Amber Carey says she hopes her boy is learning a lesson.
A 70-year-old man, out looking Native American arrowheads in a wooded area of Slippery Rock Township in Lawrence County, had to be rescued Wednesday evening from a swamp.
Police are investigating after a woman was stabbed this afternoon in Carrick.
A three-alarm house fire sent crews to Squirrel Hill this afternoon.
A Christmas controversy has surfaced at the Unity Shopping Plaza in Latrobe, Westmoreland County.