Volunteers and search crews are still looking for the body of a man who plunged into a western Pennsylvania river and over a waterfall last week.
Rescue crews have called off their search for the night after working for hours at Ohiopyle State Park where a man fell into the raging Yough River Wednesday afternoon and went over the falls.
The latest round of snow and rain is causing flooding problems along local rivers, and dramatic time lapse video shows just how fast the rivers can rise.
Rescue boats were called to the scene in Ligonier Township after ice jams led to some flooding.
Prosecutors are urging a judge to allow them to present evidence that a woman whose body was recovered in a western Pennsylvania river last year was kidnapped and tortured prior to her death.
This summer, experience the thrill of one of these top rivers for whitewater rafting.
Emergency crews have been called to the scene of a possible drowning in Fayette County.
A Fayette County woman was killed for the thrill of it; that was the word from a Fayette County prosecutor at a hearing for the men accused of killing her.
Officials say they’ve found the body of a rafter who went missing in Ohiopyle over the weekend.
A woman whose body was found in the Youghiogheny River Saturday has been identified.
Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in Ohiopyle State Park Saturday night.
The Pittsburgh area hasn’t seen anything close to the devastation Hurricane Sandy caused along the East Coast. In fact, most of the fears of local officials were never realized.
Rock snot sounds pretty disgusting, but one local river now has it. Also called didymo, it grows to blanket the bottom of the river like brown soggy toilet paper, snuffing out the organisms that fish feed on.
The 22nd Annual “River Sweep” is this Saturday and organizers need your help. They need volunteers of all ages to help with the sweep.
This weekend’s fatal jet ski accident on the Ohio River raises concerns about boating safety as we head into summer and more people spend time on the area’s rivers.