The cold weather may be gone for now, but it’ll be back again – sooner rather than later since it’s not even mid-January.
Even colder, frigid air is set to arrive for the beginning of next week, and experts warn you should start preparing now.
There’s nothing like coming out on a cold morning and finding your tires slashed.
Fire crews were called to a sewage plant in Westmoreland County this morning where a shed fire spread to some nearby brush.
State police are investigating who illegally dumped hundreds of tires on a Fayette County road.
It’s going to be busy on the roadways for Thanksgiving. Thirty-nine million travelers will be hitting the highway for the holiday. That’s a lot of rubber on the road.
The Greater Latrobe School District in Westmoreland County operated under a two-hour delay this morning after the tires on their school buses were found deflated early this morning.
On Tuesday, one of the largest makers of tires will raise prices across the board. Cooper Tires said this will be the second time this year they have had to raise prices to make up for higher costs on rubber and other raw materials.