State authorities are now investigating after the death of an elderly nun who died from injuries after being burned by hot water at a Bellevue personal care home.
A new way of grading restaurants could be coming to Allegheny County.
Several members of Pittsburgh City Council spoke out in support of workers and former employees at UPMC today.
Some drivers in the HOV lanes of the Parkway North got a rude awakening, when officers pulled them over Wednesday morning.
Follow the rules or risk paying the price. That’s especially true when planning a home improvement project.
The federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found problems with a safety drill earlier this year meant to simulate a terrorist attack against a western Pennsylvania nuclear power plant.
Police know how she died, but question why it took so long for anyone to find out and whether her death could have been prevented in the first place.
Munhall Council on Wednesday night shut down a controversial strip club following at least two shootings there and numerous complaints. But this may not be the final dance for Club Pink.
Surprise inspections can catch truck drivers off-guard and result in some hefty fines. Commercial truckers traveling down Route 30 in North Fayette found out why it is always best to be in compliance with federal and state trucking laws Tuesday morning.
Before you know it students will be heading back to school, but every bus in Pennsylvania has to be inspected before it can hit the road.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Health Department inspects school cafeterias just like they inspect restaurants for health violations. While many school cafeterias are safe and sanitary, KDKA’s Paul Martino found others with critical health code violations […]