With all the cold, snow and ice lately, people are looking for salt.
But how do you know which kind to get?
An icy mix of weather made for a slick morning commute Monday.
It might not be as cold today, but a light coating of snow overnight could affect your morning commute.
People who live in Pittsburgh will soon have a new way to find out if their street has been plowed or salted.
In Beaver County, some crews are going without their trucks, plows and salt.
With 6 inches to a foot of snow possibly heading our way Sunday night, city crews are preparing.
Much of the country is dealing with the coldest temperatures in decades. With another snow storm headed this way this weekend, Pittsburghers will have to suffer through yet another deep freeze.
If you’re sick of snow, you might want to avoid looking outside this weekend.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is sending commercial haulers to Delaware to pick up 20,000 tons of recently purchased road salt – a commodity in high demand after a series of winter storms.
As Pittsburgh hunkers down for another round of snow, steps are being taken to stretch dwindling supplies of rock salt.
Walk into the Sewickley Heights salt dome and the problem is obvious: what’s left won’t last long.
Salt supplies are dwindling in many municipalities. Just this weekend, the City of Pittsburgh unveiled that its supplies are now dangerously low.
A salt shortage in the City of Pittsburgh may leave some roads untreated Sunday night.
For Hempfield Township’s director of Public Works, this morning’s road salt supply numbers were scary.
The unrelenting winter weather has led to emergency declarations.