Pittsburgh-Area Charities Gearing Up To Help Irma VictimsCharities from our area are already preparing to help victims of Hurricane Irma.
Pittsburghers Stand Ready To Help With Hurricane Relief, Some Heading To TexasOperating out of a 22nd-floor office in the Moorehead Federal Building downtown, the Army Corps of Engineers in Pittsburgh is now a Hurricane Harvey Emergency Operations Center.
Red Cross Assisting As Multiple Counties Recover From Overnight FloodingMultiple counties are recovering Saturday after storms caused severe flooding overnight.
Red Cross Offers Assistance Over Weeks Of Severe WeatherSevere weather and flooding has caused a lot of damage across western Pennsylvania, and the Red Cross has been out to assist those in need.
Midtown Towers Fire Victims Depending On Donations, Red CrossSeveral residents of Midtown Towers were sitting outside the Quality Inn in Oakland Wednesday evening.
Red Cross Assisting Dozens Displaced By Downtown High-Rise FireThe Red Cross has opened a shelter at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center to help people who were evacuated from a high-rise fire in Downtown Pittsburgh.
McKees Rocks Apartment Fire Sparked By Tenant Falling Asleep While Cooking French FriesFire forced several people out of a three-story apartment building early Tuesday morning.
Red Cross Assists Nearly 350 Residents After Connellsville FloodingThe American Red Cross says they have provided assistance to nearly 350 residents in Connellsville after this week's unprecedented flooding.
Residents Displaced After Fire At Munhall ApartmentMultiple people have been displaced from their home in Munhall after a fire broke out Tuesday night.
Chinese Tourist Loses Wallet, Ends Up In German Refugee HomeA Chinese tourist who lost his wallet in Germany signed the wrong paperwork and ended up being placed in a refugee home.
Massive Wildfire In Canada More Than 200,000 Acres In SizeA massive wildfire raging in the Canadian province of Alberta has grown to 210,035 acres in size.
FDA Sets Guidelines To Protect US Blood Supply From ZikaThe Food and Drug Administration is recommending U.S. blood banks refuse donations from people who have travelled to countries where the Zika virus is active in the previous four weeks.