A fire forced crews to completely shut down part of Route 51 on Saturday night.
A water main break in Overbrook caused some delays for commuters Monday morning.
A local woman is accused of preying on bank customers at ATM machines. Police are trying to track her down, and they say this isn’t the first time she’s used a bogus story to get some quick cash.
Stranded and frustrated – that was the story for many after a winter storm left local roadways across the area snow-covered and dangerous. Now, work continues to plow and salt them. From the City of Pittsburgh to areas north, east and south – it was the same everywhere.
A diesel spill sent emergency crews to Elizabeth Wednesday afternoon.
An elderly man was hit and killed by a truck while he was trying to cross Route 51 Monday night in Pleasant Hills.
Hazmat crews are at the scene of a propane tanker truck accident in Beaver County.
A second person has died following a two-vehicle crash along Interstate 70.
State police in Belle Vernon are investigating a violent two-vehicle accident on Interstate 70 that left one person dead and sent four others, including a child, to hospital Wednesday morning in Westmoreland County.
Downed trees and flooded roadways made for some hazardous conditions Sunday when strong storms battered the area. The storms were particularly bad just south and east of Pittsburgh.
The Sunday rain had been predicted, but even when it arrived, it seemed to come from out of nowhere. The storm brought lightning, thunder, heavy and fast rains and another round of flash flooding, trapping at least two people in a vehicle in East Carnegie.
A major construction project is coming to a busy intersection in the South Hills. The intersection of Routes 88 and 51 is getting a makeover.
Hours after the flood waters receded in Pittsburgh’s South Hills neighborhoods, it was all about washing away the mess it had left behind.
Constant, steady and heavy rains throughout the day caused flash flooding that paralyzed some of the busiest roads in the South Hills Friday afternoon. Now, cleanup is underway as local residents and business try and pick up the pieces after a very big mess.
If you’re an aggressive driver, you better listen up as PennDOT and police are cracking down all across the area.