Man Arrested For Allegedly Setting Multiple North Shore Porta Potties On FireFirefighters put out flames at several porta potties on the North Shore.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Mason Rudolph Diagnosed With Concussion, Will Not Return Against RavensPittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph has been diagnosed with a concussion and will not return to today's game.
Military Aircraft Fly Over Pittsburgh Saturday, Practicing Maneuvers For Sunday's Steelers GameIf you looked up at the Pittsburgh skies Saturday, you may have noticed some military aircraft.
Report: NFL Fines Ben Roethlisberger $5,000 For Wearing Apple Watch On The SidelinesThe NFL fined Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger $5,000 for wearing an Apple Watch on the Steelers' sidelines, according to reports.
Liberty Tunnel Reopens After Emergency Drill Reroutes TrafficDrivers had to deal with parts of the Liberty Tunnel being closed for their Saturday morning commute, but it wasn’t for construction.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman To Visit Pittsburgh Before Re-entry Job FairLieutenant Governor John Fetterman is coming to Pittsburgh next Friday to talk about Pennsylvanians re-entering the job market.
Pittsburgh Man Sentenced To 15 Years For Federal Drug, Firearm ViolationsA man will spend 15 years behind bars after Pittsburgh SWAT officers found a "substantial" amount of drugs and several fully loaded firearms.
Pittsburgh Weather: Fall Temperatures Finally Hit The Pittsburgh AreaThe Summer sizzle is about to fizzle!
KDKA To Begin Each Day With National AnthemKDKA-TV has started broadcasting The Star-Spangled Banner every morning.
'Mr. Yuk' Sticker Creator Honored By City Of PittsburghThe creator of the famous "Mr. Yuk" warning stickers was honored by the City of Pittsburgh.
Duquesne Light Co. Workers Struggling To Reach Fair Contract Agreement Before Monday DeadlineThe Duquesne Light Company union workers are preparing "for all options" as the deadline for a contract comes Monday.
Runners Ready To Hit The Streets For 42nd Annual City Of Pittsburgh Great RaceAbout 15,000 runners are lacing up their sneakers and getting ready to hit the Pittsburgh streets for The Great Race.
Pittsburgh-Area Synagogues To See Heightened Security For High Holy Day ServicesThe Jewish High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah and then Yom Kippur, begin at sundown Sunday.
Fundraiser Participants Rappel 22 Stories Down One Of Pittsburgh's Tallest Building To Fight CancerWhat would possess someone to go to the top of one of the tallest buildings in Pittsburgh, walk to the edge, then rappel down?
ALCOSAN's GROW Program Announces $9.7M In New GrantsAllegheny County Sanitary Authority's GROW program was approved for nearly $10 million in new grants, about $3 million which will go towards green infrastructure in Pittsburgh.