Superstorm Sandy’s effects continue to be felt throughout western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland.
At the height of the storm, the Allegheny County Emergency Operations Center took about 400 calls about downed wires, flooded basements and water on roadways.
Superstorm Sandy made landfall Monday evening in New Jersey, and as the storm tears across the northeast, Pennsylvania remains under a statewide disaster emergency.
With a slow, steady rainfall throughout the day, City of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County officials say they are preparing for whatever the storm might bring our way.
Plane, train and bus transportation all along the east coast was brought to a grinding halt as Hurricane Sandy closed in on the United States.
Hurricane Sandy continues on a course to make landfall in southern New Jersey late tonight or early Tuesday.
Local leaders are talking about some of their concerns when Hurricane Sandy is felt here in our area.
A rumbling freight train accents a moment many thought might never come. A one-mile stretch of Allegheny Passage, sandwiched between the tracks and Sandcastle Park, will soon be completed.
A judge issued a ruling on Pennsylvania’s controversial voter ID law Tuesday morning and some Democrats are calling it a victory.
With upbeat music from the Moon Area marching band and a ceremonial slicing of an anniversary cake, Pittsburgh International Airport celebrated its 20th birthday with some reminiscences.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to Rich Fitzgerald live at the Spaghetti Breakfast.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says he has an easy and accessible plan to allow every registered voter in the county to obtain voter identification.
A little sticker testifying to proper weights and measurements by Allegheny County continues to stir the political waters. After former County Controller Mark Patrick Flaherty posted stickers with his name on gas pumps and scales, the new controller Chelsa Wagner tried to do the same.
The Allegheny County Health Department is getting involved to spread the word about the flu shot.
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner says the 2011 property reassessment by Tyler Technologies technically complied with the contract — but that was because there was such a low standard of accountability.
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