A dog has been rescued after it somehow fell down a cliff.
Pieces of the St. Nicholas Church are continuing to come down.
One woman was killed in an early Monday morning accident on the North Shore.
During the height of Wednesday’s snowfall, at least two major roads were closed — Route 28 and the Parkway West. But were those closures really necessary?
A new traffic pattern is in place on route 28.
There are new details on the construction on Route 28. A major hang up for the project has been St. Nicholas Church. On Thursday, demolition plans for the church were revealed, but there are also big changes that drivers will see starting on Friday.
The dismantling of St. Nicholas Church along Route 28 has begun, but preservationists are not pleased at the way the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh is going about it.
One person was rushed to the hospital when a Geek Squad truck got into an accident near the Pittsburgh Mills Mall this afternoon.
Allegheny County sheriff’s deputies arrived at a body shop Monday morning to evict the last remaining business owner along the Route 28 construction zone.
Between the Pirates game and Skyblast Saturday night and the Great Race on Sunday, a lot of people will be traveling into the city this weekend. However, it could be difficult reaching your destination with some big construction projects.
A man from Allison Park faced sentencing today in connection with a 2011 accident that claimed the life of a local man.
Drivers will run into some road projects over the weekend. The inbound lanes of Route 28 will be closed at Millvale until 5 a.m. Monday. Police will be there to help keep traffic moving through the detour; however, expect delays, especially Saturday afternoon when people will be traveling into the city for the Pitt game.
Allegheny County Judge Michael McCarthy ruled that the owner of an auto body shop on Route 28 must vacate the property by Oct. 1.
A local autobody shop owner is fighting for his business after he may be forced to relocate due to plans to expand the busy Route 28.
A routine bus ride for kids heading to school became anything but Tuesday morning. A wheel on a bus transporting students to Pittsburgh Obama Academy came loose on Route 28.