Today marked the first morning where drivers were forced to deal with the closure of the inbound Liberty Tunnel.
Beginning Tuesday at 8 p.m., the inbound – or northbound – Liberty Tunnel will be closed.
It’s known as the fastest race in Pittsburgh. Hundreds of runners will pack downtown Friday night for the GNC Live Well Liberty Mile.
A Pittsburgh-based charity is helping out people in need all around the world. Brother’s Brother is sending medical supplies and equipment to three different continents.
From shootings to stabbings, high schools around the country have experienced many tragedies. Now, community leaders are taking a stand against the violence.
Two vehicles were destroyed and a nearby garage and apartment were damaged by an early Monday morning fire in Tarentum.
Emergency crews in Plum will soon have a new place to call their own, but they need help furnishing their new building — and that’s where the public comes in.
A Port Authority bus caught on fire on I-79 Wednesday morning.
He clearly knows his way around the kitchen.
A man convicted of brutally attacking a bicyclist on the South Side is headed to prison.
Mayor Bill Peduto proudly announced Tuesday that Pittsburgh was selected as one of only eight cities in the country to receive funding to reduce the number of uninsured children.
If you have a pet, you know visits to the vet can be costly, especially if you’re there for an emergency.
A dump truck crashed into a church Monday morning in Butler County and caused some significant damage.
It’s pretty typical to see goats on a farm, but not necessarily in the middle of the city.
It is one of the oldest and largest Fourth of July parades in the area. Once again, Brentwood did not disappoint.