Rare Penny Is Worth Thousands Of DollarsA rare coin, minted in 1943, is made entirely of copper and could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
U.S. Steel Set To Cut A Quarter Of Non-Union WorkforceU.S. Steel plans on laying off 25 percent of its non-union workforce.
Local Tubular Steel Plant To Close, Another Halting ProductionOne local tubular steel plant is shutting down, and another is halting production.
Fate Of Historic Charles Schwab Mansion UnknownIt’s a mansion that evokes the elegance of a bygone era.
Man Severely Injured By Large PipeA man was rushed to the hospital after an industrial accident in Duquesne.
3 Caught Taking Steel From Venango Co. CompanyPolice say a couple of thieves took to the water to steal supplies from a company in Franklin, Venango County.
Steel Plant Worker Injured After ExplosionA worker at a the Edgar Thomson Plant in Braddock was flown to the hospital overnight.
Sewer Grate Thefts in Jefferson Twp. Present Danger For DriversState police in Butler County say they are investigating the theft of dozens of steel sewer grates in Jefferson Township. The grates have been disappearing in recent weeks with four more vanishing just on Wednesday.
Steel Statues Symbolize Pittsburgh's Past, FutureThe LTV mill in Hazelwood doesn't make steel any more. But steel sculptures? That's another story. Wednesday morning, iron workers prepared to transport two 20-foot sculptures to a new home on the South Side.
20-Foot Steel Sculptor Rises From South SideKDKA-AM's Larry and John talk to one of the sculptors who spent 15 years building a monument to steel.
Gov. Corbett Tours US Steel's Clairton Coke WorksGovernor Tom Corbett toured US Steel's Clairton Coke Works Monday where construction continues on the modernization of its coke batteries. Its work, company officials say, guarantees the presence of US Steel in the Mon Valley for years to come.