There was an all-out blitz Friday morning as police officers were busy rounding up known drug dealers in several local communities.
An Allegheny County Police official said Wednesday night that nothing has been ruled out, but it appears a possible murder-attempted suicide was involved when police found a woman dead inside of a Stowe Township home.
Neighbors helped contain a fire at an apartment building in Stowe Township early this morning. The fire started around 1:15 a.m. along the 300-block of Hemlock Way.
A pedestrian was killed after being struck by a freight train Saturday evening in Stowe Township.
Authorities have arrested two people in connection with a shooting early Thursday in Stowe Township.
Police are searching for suspects after a man was found with a gunshot wound overnight in Stowe Township.
Neighbors say over a half-dozen cars parked along Frazier Avenue in Stowe Township were recently vandalized.
Fire heavily damaged a business in Stowe Township overnight and crews had to take extra precautions because of chemicals inside the facility.
A house fire sent emergency crews to Stowe Township late this morning. According to emergency officials, the blaze broke out in the 1100-block of 12th Street near Woodward Avenue.
When fire crews arrived at an apartment building in Stowe Township, they found more than just flames.
Stowe Township has cut five of its eight crossing guards. Since school started last week, Kelly Cropper-Hall, vice president of the school board, says she’s been unfairly inundated calls and visits to her home by angry parents.
Police are searching for those responsible for a vandalism spree though two local communities this week. According to authorities, someone has been shooting a BB gun at vehicles — shattering the windows of dozens of cars and trucks.
It was the first day of school in the Sto-Rox school district, but parents of young children in Stowe say they had a rude awakening when their kids needed to cross busy streets to get the school bus — no crossing guards.
The abandoned P&LE Railroad site up river from the McKees Rocks Bridge is another area brownfield that is about to get a new life.
The man killed in an accident involving a car and a dump truck in Stowe Township has been identified.