Attorney General Jeff Sessions says federal prosecutors in Pennsylvania and seven other states will pursue even seemingly small synthetic opioid cases in hopes of reducing the supply of the drugs in areas with high overdose death rates.
It’s a Pittsburgh tradition – fireworks near Point State Park on the Fourth of July. For the second year in a row, the fireworks display was created by Starfire Corporation.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has signed two executive orders concerning city construction projects and the makeup of the workforce for those projects.
One person was taken to a hospital after gunfire early Friday morning in Pittsburgh’s Larimer neighborhood.
About 100 locked out workers from Canada protested outside of the Alcoa shareholders’ meeting in Pittsburgh on Wednesday.
A late night water main break created a lot of problems for residents along a Castle Shannon street.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority added new data to its interactive online map showing lead service lines.
Researchers at Pitt are teaming up with UPMC as part of a national study, to learn more about precision medicine, by collecting data from a diverse population.
Police are investigating a reported shooting in the City of Duquesne.
Bittersweet is the word crew members and retirees used to describe the final flight of the C-130 airplane leaving the 911th Airlift Wing of the Air Force Reserve in Pittsburgh.
In her report to the board, Port Authority CEO Katharine Kelleman said the fare compliance policy will remain as-is.
One man was able to finish the Boston Marathon thanks to the kindness of a woman from Slippery Rock.
A medical marijuana dispensary in Butler County made their first sale Thursday morning.
Two police officers and another person were hospitalized late Thursday night following a crash in Aliquippa.
Some residents in Scott Township were without water service for hours after a main broke early Monday morning.
A threat of violence made in an online video game prompted a modified lockdown at several Pittsburgh-area schools on Monday.
Police say it appears a male was fatally shot before he was run over by a vehicle in Pittsburgh’s Knoxville neighborhood Wednesday night.
The 10th Street Bypass in Pittsburgh remains closed as crews work to remove an icy mess.
Pittsburgh Police say two officers shot a man who pointed a handgun and a shotgun at them.
Water service has been restored for all customers impacted by a water main break in Beaver County, but residents are still being urged to boil their water for the next 48 hours as a precaution.
Pittsburgh Police are investigating an overnight robbery at Primanti Brothers in the Strip District.
The Pennsylvania State Police spend a lot of time training and conditioning their troopers, especially when it comes to the use of force.
The Department of Public Safety is requesting that City Council approve an expansion of ShotSpotter, from 3 miles to 14.5.
Gas service was restored early Thanksgiving morning for residents in Rostraver after an overnight outage left 400 homes without power.
The ACLU has issued an ultimatum to Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Darlene Harris.
Firefighters were called to a two-alarm apartment building fire on the North Side early Monday morning.
Pulse Point pinpoints the patient’s location and those who have the app are notified to go to the person and administer aid.
Downtown Pittsburgh for the Holidays begins Nov. 17 with the Comcast Light Up Night.
It’s sign-up season for the Affordable Care Act, but the Trump administration isn’t making it easy.
A crossing guard is recovering after being attacked in Brighton Heights.
The stolen bike that belongs to Steelers rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster has been located.
Firefighters were called to a house fire in Westmoreland County early Tuesday morning.
Police arrested a Penn Hills man accused of assaulting a restaurant owner on the South Side in September.
More than 200 members of a teachers’ union in the Ringgold School District have gone on strike.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration is blaming President Donald Trump for a sharp increase in the cost of health insurance that’ll take effect next year for residents who buy individual plans.
A lawsuit has now been filed in Beaver County against 14 drug companies, claiming they have played a role in the number of local overdoses.
Classes in the Bethel Park School District will be canceled Monday because of additional threats.
Two people were shot early Tuesday morning in Midland, Beaver County.
West Mifflin Police believe a pair of convenience store holdups that happened late Sunday night into early Monday morning are connected.
Firefighters were called to a house on Mount Washington early Thursday morning.