A crowd of Bloomfield residents — including Sue Sciullo, mother of slain police officer Paul Sciullo — showed up at a Pittsburgh Zoning Appeal Board hearing Thursday afternoon to object to something, they say, UPMC concealed in their original plans to build a 1,000-space parking garage in their neighborhood.
Lea Industries is recalling its bunk beds with bookcases because the beds can be assembled incorrectly.
Now that warmer weather has arrived, more people will be out doing yard work.
Graco Children’s Products is adding more car seats to last month’s recall.
Officials were called out to a partial building collapse in McKees Rocks Saturday evening.
Ross Township Fire Marshal John Reubi showed us the paperwork sent to Bernard and Evelyn Sobol Friday because of water leaking all over Amanda Loscar and Dave Rennebeck’s Waldorf Park apartment.
A Ross Township couple says they were forced to leave their apartment after it was flooded.
A Pittsburgh Zoo safety committee had concerns about a wild African dogs exhibit but the zoo didn’t make any changes before a 2-year-old boy fell into the pen last year and was mauled to death by the animals, his parents’ lawyers say in court filings that cite committee meeting minutes.
It’s one of the many historic, architectural gems in the city.
After two fatal bicycle accidents, there are calls for major changes along a stretch of Penn Avenue to fix what bike advocates say is an unsafe roadway.
A judge has denied the request of a Pitcairn building owner that would allow tenants back into their apartments after they were ordered out over safety concerns.
Nearly 2,000 students were evacuated early Wednesday morning in the latest round of bomb threats on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
Pitt students are not just dealing with the stress of finals these days. While the pressure can be overwhelming for some, man’s best friend is coming to the rescue.
The series of bomb threats at the University of Pittsburgh have prompted police to impose some new security measures on campus.
The parents of a local teenager are concerned for her safety after the young man accused of attacking her was released from custody. The fears and concerns for Joe and Grace DeIuliis are now becoming a reality.