Monday Feb 24
Years of neglect create potholes aplenty in city
Pittsburgh's pervasive pothole problem has its roots in decades of neglect as financial problems and other priorities caused the city to fall far short of the paving needed to keep the roads in good repair.
New pothole blitz takes aim at crater-filled Pittsburgh roads
While Team USA goes for the gold in Sochi, Pittsburghers have been competing in their own winter event: the pothole slalom.
Postcard collectors keep history alive
Tom Castrodale, Richard Gaetano, Carol Anthony, and Jim Armocida. Tom holds a card picturing the 1911 Brookline U.M. Church, which is still standing, and Jim holds one from Italy.
Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful wins top honors at national conference
Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful received top honors at Keep America Beautiful's 61st National Conference in Charlotte, N.C., where it was recognized for innovative programming and partnerships, excellence in management and administration and volunteer contributions.
Police suspect DUI in fatal Brookline accident
NO MAJOR INJURIES REPORTED. REPORTING LIVE FROM BLAIRSVILLE, SHELDON INGRAM, CHANNEL 4 ACTION NEWS.
Man arrested in fatal Western Pa. hit-run crash
Police said 25-year-old Sean Conroy of Munhall was critically injured when he was struck in the Brookline section of the city at about 2:20 a.m. Sunday.