Traffic is stopped along Route 30 in Westmoreland County where a tractor trailer has overturned.
A man is in the hospital after rescuers dug him out of a hole in his backyard.
Emergency crews are responding to two people who may be trapped on a hillside near Mount Washington.
A motorcycle lost control early Friday morning and crashed along Butler Street in Lawenceville.
A horse was rescued from a ravine off a rural road in Murrysville today.
A special bicycle ride has been planned for this evening in Point Breeze in a show of support for a boy who was critically injured Monday when he was stuck by an SUV while riding bikes with his family.
An 8-year-old boy is listed in critical condition at Children’s’ Hospital of UPMC after he was struck by an SUV while riding his bike in Point Breeze.
Police are on the scene of an accident in Duquesne, where several people were trapped inside a car.
Firefighters pulled a man from an intense house fire in Pittsburgh’s Perry South neighborhood late Thursday night.
Officials with the company that manages the apartment complex where a woman was trapped after a staircase collapsed is investigating what happened.
Emergency responders in Montgomery County are on the scene of a water tank in Lower Providence Township where two workers fell inside Wednesday morning.
Their cats are gone and where they went has remained a mystery for more than a month. On Monday night, angry residents in North Charleroi went to Borough Council demanding answers about their pets.
Feral cats are a nuisance in towns throughout the region and North Charleroi is no exception. The borough recently hired an Animal Control officer to round them up. The problem is they allegedly didn’t alert the residents, who now claim their pet cats are gone.
An Amish teen has died after being overcome by a lack of oxygen inside of a silo on a farm in South Mahoning Township. The 18-year-old climbed an interior chute in an 80-foot silo and lowered himself onto the silage. The silo was filled with decomposing grass and alfalfa.
A PennDOT worker who became trapped following a trench collapsed at a construction site in Westmoreland County has been freed.