Conflict Kitchen Reopens Following Death Threat The Conflict Kitchen reopened Wednesday after a death threat forced them to close last week.
Patrons Support Conflict Kitchen After Closure Following Death ThreatThe Conflict Kitchen has been serving up the cuisine of countries often at odds with U.S. policy, including North Korea, Afghanistan, Cuba, Iran and Venezuela.
1 Little Girl Killed, Another Injured In Dresser AccidentTwo little girls were found unresponsive after a dresser fell on top of them Friday morning.
Woman Rescued From Burning Greensburg ApartmentA Greensburg woman had to be pulled from her burning apartment by firefighters.
Local Runners Gear Up For Upcoming Pittsburgh MarathonLet the countdown begin--- we’re just 10 days away from the Pittsburgh marathon.
Review Board: 911 Should Play Bigger Part In How Police RespondAn abbreviated meeting of the Pittsburgh Citizens Police Review Board took place Tuesday night.
New Year's Eve Snow Wreaks Havoc For DriversFor some motorists in the Pittsburgh area Monday night, winter driving was put to the test, especially before salt trucks began making their rounds.
Clairton Still Basking In The Glow Of WinningA day after the Clairton High School football team shutout Dunmore in Hershey, Pa. to clinch its fourth-straight PIAA Class A championship title, the city continues to bask in the glow of the team’s amazing success story.
Driver Sought In Downtown Hit-And-Run IncidentPolice continue to investigate a hit-and-run accident that left a woman injured during rush hour on Tuesday evening in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Bicyclist Struck By Hit And Run Driver It's been a difficult summer for cyclists in Pittsburgh. Just last month, two bikers were killed in separate accidents along Penn Avenue.
Utility Truck Slams Into Penn Hills Home A Duquesne Light Company truck, also known as a winch, rolled through a yard, down a hillside, and into the side of a house adjacent to a cul-de-sac on Hazel Road in Penn Hills late Monday afternoon.
Concerns Over Lack of School Bus TransportationThe new school year is bringing new frustrations for some parents in Pittsburgh city schools. Parents are concerned because their children have to walk through rough areas to get to school.