In Squirrel Hill, PWSA contractors replaced a lead service line with copper by using an innovative and less disruptive “pulling” method.
The Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon weekend gets underway at 11 a.m. on Friday.
You wouldn’t stare at the sun for hours on end, but you’re already doing something very similar and it’s likely having a huge impact on your eyes.
Police Probe Additional Cases Against Self-Proclaimed Psychic, Say She ‘Preyed On People’s Weaknesses, Insecurities’
State Police and Center Township Police in Beaver County say they’re investigating five cases against 27-year-old Sophey Mills, who claims to be a third generation psychic, but they believe that number will grow.
A West Mifflin High School employee has been suspended and is being investigated for a possible relationship with a student.
A Beaver County fortune teller is facing charges for allegedly ripping off a customer who asked for the woman’s help during a tarot card reading.
Libertarian candidate Drew Gray Miller is relishing his role as the potential spoiler in the 18th Congressional District special election.
What was once a cornerstone in the heart of Carnegie is now a burned-out shell.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to travel through western Pennsylvania, as they head to their holiday destinations.
Angry Mama claims to be a fast, easy and all-natural way to get your microwave sparkling clean, but does it really do that?
The state Attorney General’s Office has filed nearly 20-misdemeanor charges against the Mercer County District Attorney.
A man is recovering after being shot twice in Sheraden Thursday morning.
A local high school football team will be ineligible for the playoffs this year unless the district suspends its head coach.
WPIAL officials have made a decision regarding a scuffle at a high school football game.
One of five Pittsburgh officers involved in a violent arrest recorded by a bystander and posted to Facebook has been assigned to desk duty while the others are working their usual assignments.