'I Was Willing To Take What They Could Give Me': Pittsburgh Teen Explains How He Was Recruited By TerroristsParents try to steer kids away from pitfalls and guide them toward a positive circle of friends, never thinking that circle could include terrorists.
PETA Calls For End Of Animal Acts In Shrine Circus After 7 People Injured By Spooked CamelAnimal rights groups are calling on the Shrine Circus to stop using animals in its shows.
6 Children, 1 Adult Injured After Camel Is Spooked At Shrine CircusSix children and one adult were injured when a camel got spooked at the Shrine Circus during a performance at PPG Paints Arena on Sunday afternoon.
Chiefs Hold Off Steelers 42-37The Kansas City Chiefs put on an impressive offensive display in a 42-37 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.
Service On Blue Line Library T Reopens After Crews Clear Tree From TracksThe Library portion of the Port Authority's Blue Line service was restored Sunday morning but closed shortly after.
Police: 4-Year-Old Found Wandering Alone After Grandmother Left To Get HighA grandmother is facing charges for allegedly leaving her 4-year-old granddaughter home alone while she went to get high and meet a friend.
Breathtakingly Beautiful Blue Lagoon Planned For Pittsburgh's North SideA beach, a blue lagoon, and an ice skating rink – that’s what is reportedly coming to Pittsburgh's North Side.
Huge Fire Destroys Businesses, Apartments In New KensingtonThe Red Cross says six people are homeless tonight after a fire ripped through several buildings in New Kensington.
Landslide In Elliott Brings Down More Than Just MudA section of Noblestown Road in Elliott will remain closed at least until Monday because of a landslide.
Slow Moving Hurricane Florence To Bring More Rain To Pittsburgh AreaHurricane Florence has made landfall and has quickly weakened now that most of the storm is over land.
Point State Park Manager 'Hopeful' Flooding Didn't Damage Fountain AgainCrews in Point State Park were busy Wednesday pushing and spraying away several inches of mud left by flood waters that have now receded.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl To Meet With Pope Francis On Potential RetirementCardinal Donald Wuerl, leader of the Archdiocese of Washington D.C., has recently come under criticism after the release of the grand jury report on sexual abuse in six Pennsylvania diocese.