Police officers conducting a welfare check in West Mifflin found an unresponsive man and more than a dozen cats.
A Larimer mother is facing charges after her seven children were found living in deplorable conditions.
Motorists using the Findlay Connector will notice a big change this weekend – cashless tolling.
Egglettes claim to cut down on the hassle and mess associated with hard-boiled eggs. But, does it really do that?
Flex Tape claims to instantly patch, bond, seal and repair – fixing any leak, anywhere. But, does it really do that?
Newly-hired Pitt men’s basketball coach Jeff Capel III says he is ready to work and sees great possibility for the future of the program.
The Instant Pot claims to be the faster, easier, smarter way to cook just about anything. But, does it really do that?
The Hurricane Fur Wizard claims to clean up every last bit of pet hair without ever needing a refill or replacement, but does it really do that?
The Trump Administration wants to make pooling tips legal again.
The University of Pittsburgh is cracking down on alcohol use at fraternities and sororities after a student had to be hospitalized.
A suspect is now in police custody in connection with last month’s fatal shooting of young man in Baldwin.
A jump in the number of flu cases across the country means you may need to protect yourself from getting sick as you head to your holiday destination.
‘Separation Of Church & State’: Councilwoman’s Nativity Missing, Wonders If It May Be About Politics
Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Darlene Harris may have to put up some missing posters. That’s because her personal Nativity scene has gone missing.
City Council has approved a bill banning handlers from using devices like prods, whips and bull-hooks on any wild or exotic animals.
The Pittsburgh City Council is expected to take up an issue on Tuesday that could change the way the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium operates.