More Than 35 Tons Of Trash Collected During Annual Ohio River SweepHundreds of volunteers collected more than 35 tons of trash from the Ohio River on Saturday morning.
Mon Wharf To Close Due To Anticipated FloodingDue to anticipated flooding, the Mon Wharf will be closed on Wednesday and possibly longer.
Milky Substance Seen In Creek Behind Campbell’s Run RoadA milky tone to the water in a creek behind Campbell’s Run Road is causing some concern.
Body Pulled From Ohio River Near McKees Rocks BridgeA body was reportedly pulled from the Ohio River on Friday morning.
Man's Body Found In Ohio River Identified As Missing ManA body found in the Ohio River Monday morning has been identified as a man who went missing from Allegheny General Hospital last week.
City Officials Preparing For Flooding As Heavy Rains Draw CloserPreparations are already underway in Pittsburgh as the potential for significant flooding increases.
Crews Working 12-Hour Shifts To Remove Barges From Emsworth Locks & DamMore than a dozen barges filled with coal and concrete powder remain wrecked on the Ohio River near the Emsworth Locks and Dam.
Crews Begin Removing Breakaway Barges From Emsworth Locks & DamCrews have started to remove the breakaway barges that got lodged against the Emsworth Locks And Dam during last weekend's flooding.
Officials: Warmer Weekend Temperatures, Rain May Cause Flooding As Ice Jams Break UpFlooding caused some major damage in the Pittsburgh area last weekend, and Allegheny County Emergency Services says there may be even more this weekend.
Safety Zone Declared Near Emsworth Locks & Dam After 27 Barges Break FreeDozens of barges broke free and ended up getting stuck at a lock and dam along the Ohio River over the weekend.
Flooding Sends Barges Down Ohio River, Against Emsworth Locks & DamFlooding sent barges down the Ohio River to the Emsworth Locks and Dam on Saturday.
Army Corps Of Engineers Closely Monitoring Frozen Rivers, Water LevelsThe recent cold snap has frozen Pittsburgh's rivers, causing some problems, and with the temperatures rising, the Army Corps of Engineers is closely monitoring the break-up and water levels.