Police have arrested a man in conjunction with a West End bank robbery that happened a month ago.
Four people suffered serious injuries in an early Thursday morning crash in Sheraden, but two police officers are being credited with potentially saving their lives.
One of Pittsburgh’s most visited attractions is the West End Overlook in the city’s Elliott section. And it was that attraction that caught the eye of an Ohio-based development company.
Police are investigating after a person was robbed at gunpoint in the West End early Thursday morning.
Crews were out for much of the day cleaning up a mudslide on Noblestown Road.
A search is underway for a suspect who investigators say demanded money from two tellers at a bank on Pittsburgh’s West End Tuesday morning before getting away on foot.
Anyone who has ever had the displeasure of sitting in their car on Green Tree Hill trying to get to the Fort Pitt Tunnel certain can understand why some drivers look for escape routes.
It was a horrific scene. Now, the mother of one of the children involved in Friday’s massive West End crash is speaking out.
Friday morning’s spectacular accident involved 2 school buses, 6 cars and a tractor trailer. The accident put 3 people in the hospital but despite that police are thankful that the accident didn’t turn out worse.
The safety record of the company that owns the truck that caused a nine-vehicle crash Friday morning, shows higher-than-average rates of turnover.
Emergency crews were called to the scene of a crash involving a motorcycle and pickup truck on Pittsburgh’s West End this morning.
Police have released new details in a drug investigation where nearly two dozen people have been arrested. The investigation began back in January after a number of resident complaints.
Three arrests have been made in connection with a drug bust in the West End.
A woman was hospitalized and another man suffered minor injuries after allegedly losing his brakes and going over a hillside in the West End Thursday morning.
Matt Hogue’s arrest in May was of particular concern to the Rev. Christopher Mays of New Life Church in the West End who had purchased a vacant lot from Hogue only two weeks before.