Two employees were burned in an apparent explosion in Lawrenceville. This happened at McConway & Torley Corp., a foundry, in the 100-block of 48th Street.
A man accused of attacking bar patrons with a meat cleaver in Sharpsburg was held for trial Wednesday afternoon.
A woman was detained after she walked into a bar in Sharpsburg and fired a single shot Monday night.
A man was arrested in Sharpsburg after pulling a knife on a customer in a convenience store early Tuesday morning.
A man is in jail and is charged with attacking bar patrons with an eight-inch meat cleaver.
With the help of an anonymous tip, investigators have located a 4,000-pound safe and the vehicle used to steal it from a local business overnight; but they’re still looking for those responsible for the heavyweight heist.
Police are looking for the person who stole a 4,000-pound safe from a local business — using a forklift and pickup truck belonging to the company.
Vandals caused widespread damage in Sharpsburg overnight. The vandals spray painted homes, vehicles and even a boat.
More than 100 post offices in western Pennsylvania could be closed over the next year. That’s the word from the U.S. Postal Service.
There is disturbing new evidence of animal abuse in Sharpsburg. Investigators tell the KDKA Investigators there is new evidence of animal abuse.
Animal Friends Humane Officer Kathy Hecker went to the same Sharpsburg neighborhood where two decapitated cats were found. This time, Hecker made a grisly discovery near railroad tracks under the 62nd Street Bridge.
A $200 reward has been put up by Animal Friends for information leading to an arrest in the mutilations of two cats in Sharpsburg. The felines were found in separate plastic bags. Authorities know the owner of one of the cats.
Two people were killed in an early Saturday morning fire on Tenth Street in Sharpsburg.
A family of five lost their home in a Christmas Eve fire in Sharpsburg. The Sharpsburg Family Worship Center is accepting donations to help out the family. If you would like to donate, call (412)-799-0701 […]
SHARPSBURG (KDKA) – A Sharpsburg family was devastated by a fire that destroyed their home overnight. However, in a matter of hours, their neighbors and community came together to make sure their Christmas wasn’t ruined. […]