When going outside goes from being uncomfortable, to just plain unsafe, it’s up to city governments to put new plans into action.
Ryan Clark can brash.
With extreme cold temperatures expected to hit our region Monday, city officials are urging the public to use caution.
The TSA is making easier for airline passengers to enroll in its pre-check program.
School officials are taking a greater interest in what students are doing on social media after three students were shot at Brashear High School last week.
Just days after a shooting injured three students, changes are coming to Brashear High School.
MONROEVILLE, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — The final whistle of 2012 was supposed to mark the end of an era for the two teams that met in WPIAL Class AAAA First Round action at Antimarino Stadium last Friday. By the end of this game, however, not much had changed.
We changed the clocks this past weekend and firefighters are reminding everyone to also change the batteries in their smoke detectors.
In Westmoreland County a small, razor-like blade was discovered in a package of M&M candies, which was given to 12-year-old Matthew Hernley, when he was out trick-or-treating with some of his friends Sunday afternoon.
The District Attorney’s office says it’s now looking into warnings about the safety of the Pittsburgh Zoo’s African painted dogs exhibit.
Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
The Parkway East from Churchill to Monroeville is a commuter’s dream. But from Churchill to the city, it is one of Pittsburgh’s most frustrating, irritating, aggravating ribbons on asphalt.
Joe Starkey of Starkey, Miller and Mueller conducted an interview with Steelers safety Troy Polamalu about the pursuit of the perfect game prior to the Ravens game.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The winds of change continue to blow through Dick LeBeau’s defense in preparation for their trip to the Meadowlands this weekend.
New concrete posts installed in Scott Township are designed for safety, but that’s not what is causing a controversy.