Early Morning Fire Destroys 1 Home In Carnegie, Damages 3 OthersA fire destroyed a home in Carnegie early Tuesday morning and damaged three others nearby.
COVID-19 In Allegheny County: Restaurant Sues Health Department And Carnegie Police Over ShutdownA Pittsburgh-area restaurant has sued the Allegheny County Health Department and a local police department after being shut down for alleged coronavirus violations.
Strong Storms Leave Power Outages, Downed Trees And Wires In Its WakeAs strong storms moved through the region on Thursday night, thousands of customers were left without power.
Prosecutors Asking For Stronger Sentences For Men Convicted Of Stealing, Trafficking Rare Books And ArtifactsProsecutors have asked the court to reconsider the sentences of a former librarian and book dealer.
Dog's Birthday Celebrated With Pet Food Drive For Animal FriendsA local dog's birthday was celebrated with a pet food drive for Animal Friends.
Carnegie Man Sentenced To Life In Prison Plus 11-22 Years Over Homicide, Rape CaseA man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole along with a consecutive 11 to 22 year sentence in the strangulation death of a man and the rape of a woman last year.
Local Politician Leads 'Reopen Pennsylvania' Rally Outside Rep. Anita Kulik's Carnegie Office"Reopen Pennsylvania" was the message of a rally held outside Democrat Anita Kulik's Carnegie office Thursday.
'Our Veterans Did Everything For Us': Military Convoy Travels Through Pittsburgh Honoring Fallen HeroesA Memorial Day military convoy drove from Carnegie to Mount Lebanon to honor fallen military members.
Carnegie Police, VFD, Escort Carlynton School District Teachers During Parade For StudentsSirens, signs, and horns filled the streets of Carnegie as teachers of Carlynton School District held a parade to tell their students they miss them.
Rollover Crash Takes Down Pole In East CarnegieA driver was able to make it out of their car after a rollover crash in Carnegie.
Civil War History On Display At Area Carnegie LibraryIt’s not too hard to find history around the Western Pennsylvania Area, but one area library has a living time capsule in their upstairs.