Police are responding to a crash involving a school bus in Sewickley.
A man is accused of leading police on a high-speed chase and assaulting several officers in Sewickley Saturday night.
On Tuesday night, the region’s newest member of Congress celebrated at a victory party. The next day, Keith Rothfus was back at his campaign headquarters thanking volunteers.
Authorities have identified a woman killed in a car crash Sunday morning.
More than 1,000 people turned out at St. James Roman Catholic Church in Sewickley for a farewell mass for Rev. Daniel Valentine. He’s resigning after six years as the pastor of that church. Bishop David Zubik attended the service.
Vandals struck in Sewickley, Sewickley Heights, Leet and Leetsdale. Police say it all happened between 11 p.m. Sunday and 5 a.m. Monday. They believe all of the incidents are connected.
In a flash, dancers rush into a choreographed routine. Spectators click pictures on their cell phones. The object of Joey’s affection, Alex DeLoia, of Robinson, thought it was supposed to be a dinner date with friends.
The timeless folk songs of Peter, Paul and Mary have been handed down from one generation to another. Someday, the same might be said of Peter Yarrow’s children’s books.
Sixty-eight years ago today, Warren Goss was thinking one thing. “‘Lord get me out of this mess,’” he said. From the moment the gate on his Higgins boat went down, it was all about survival.
Four people were flown to the hospital after a crash in Westmoreland County early Sunday morning.
Built about 1900, a pale pink stucco three-story colonial revival mansion sits on its wooded lot on Beaver Street in Sewickley – faded glory like Miss Havisham, but with no “Great Expectations.”
The closure of the Ambridge-Aliquippa Bridge caused major delays in Sewickley during rush hour Monday.
The humanitarian organization is gearing up for a Wednesday shipment of thousands of New England Patriots items that read “2012 Super Bowl Champs!”
Crews used a backhoe to dig through what was left of a house destroyed by fire. In the basement, they found the body of an elderly woman who had become trapped inside.
African-Americans were barred from flying for the U.S. military until 1941, but pilots trained at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama broke the color barrier in World War II.