Man in custody after killing mother and allegedly spending her moneyThe Quick HistorianNewsBreak Contributor
New Podcast Investigates Cold Case That Rocked Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ CommunityPittsburgh Institute For Nonprofit JournalismNewsBreak Contributor
Dramatic Arrest: Homicide Suspect Nabbed at Pittsburgh Airport After LeapRachel PerkinsNewsBreak Contributor
The Chicago Bears Are Looking To Trade Justin Fields to the Pittsburgh Steelers 👀 #nfl #bears #justinfields #chicagobearsCopiousSportsNewsBreak Contributor
A Pennsylvania Couple Confined a 6-Year-Old Girl in Dog Crate and Shot Her with BB GunElizabeth A. GodwinNewsBreak Contributor
Man charged in shooting death of his child’s mother in Baldwin, police say
A man is behind bars after police say he shot and killed the mother of his child inside her Baldwin apartment.
A Taste of Italy in Elizabeth: Discover Four Exceptional Italian Eateries
In this article, we're exploring four exquisite Italian restaurants in Elizabeth. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Fayette County chiropractor facing additional indecent assault charge
A Fayette County doctor accused of indecent assault is facing more charges.
Inmates escorted to new Fayette County Jail facility
The new jail is located on the former site of the US Army Reserve Center, which sat vacant since the early 2000s.
Austin Traffic Stop Results In Drug Arrest For Uniontown Woman
A Uniontown area woman faces a charge of possession of methamphetamine following a traffic stop in Austin last Tuesday, Feb. 13. Melissa Cox Williamson, 53, of the 1400 block of S County Road 1100 E northwest of Uniontown, was arrested by Austin Police officer Joshua Vires. Vires said he was...
Crash involving FedEx truck shuts down part of I-70 in Washington County
WASHINGTON, Pa. — A crash involving a FedEx truck shut down the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 in Washington County on Wednesday morning. The crash happened a little after 5:30 a.m. between Washington and Taylorstown. Sky 4, Pittsburgh’s only news chopper, spotted a second truck in the woods nearby....
Students take on scheduling for upcoming school year
When considering which classes to take during the next school year, there’s no doubt it can be stressful. From deciding between core classes to electing for fun and relaxing semester courses, having so many options to choose from is overwhelming. Fortunately, The Hiller staff is here to provide their best tips and tricks when it comes to scheduling for the up-and-coming school year!
These Eighty Four, PA based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around eighty four.
Multigenerational 'Snow White' performance set at Geyer Performing Arts Center
A fairy tale favorite is coming to the Geyer Performing Arts Center in Scottdale this month, with a cast that connects multiple generations. The musical production of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” will run at the theater from Friday to Sunday. The show is a twist on...
Westmoreland County gun shop owner accused of stealing more than $100,000 from customers
GREENSBURG, Pa. — A Westmoreland County gun store owner, accused of stealing thousands from her customers, is now heading to trial. Tracey McMahan, the owner of Hi-Grade Shooters Supply in Youngwood, is facing numerous felony theft charges stemming over the course of several years starting in 2021. State police...
Couple accused of locking up daughter ordered to stand trial
The Fayette County couple accused of locking their 6-year-old daughter in a cage was ordered to stand trial Tuesday. During a hearing, DA Michael Aubele said it’s a miracle the girl survived.
'Something's not right to me,' UPS worker says of cuts at New Stanton hub
A United Parcel Service employee said she felt betrayed this week after receiving news the company plans to shed about 200 jobs from its New Stanton delivery hub. “In the end, we got screwed. It’s rough. Something’s not right to me,” said Lindsey Kramer, 37, of Mt. Pleasant.
Students have concerns about grab-and-go food
Even with expanded hours at Hogan, Chick-fil-A and Cinco Cantina this semester, students are still turning to more convenient grab-and-go options. The problem, however, is those options can have their own flaws including being expired, spoiled and mispriced. Duquesne students reported to The Duke experiencing all of those scenarios in...
Defensive effort lifts Aliquippa girls' basketball to 35-34 win over Clairton
The Aliquippa girls’ basketball team is living the dream right now. The Lady Quips punched their ticket – for the second-straight season – to the WPIAL Class 2A semifinals. A tough task stood in their way on Wednesday night, and a certain player who was capturing the WPIAL by storm: Iyanna Wade.
Man sentenced to just under 2 years in prison after deadly 2021 beating at Baldwin bar
The victim's family called this sentencing an insult.
Union surges past Monessen to set up another meeting with Imani Christian
The No. 4 Monessen boys basketball team played solid defense in the first 16 minutes of action in its WPIAL Class A quarterfinal matchup with No. 5 Union on Wednesday night. But the Scotties’ two-headed scoring monster is hard to stop for a full 32 minutes. The duo of...
Unknown odor causing concern in South Hills, Mon Valley
An unknown strong odor is causing concern throughout many communities in the South Hills and Mon Valley.
North Versailles police officer, K9 return to work after being shot in the line of duty
A North Versailles police officer and his K9 partner are back to work after being shot in November.
1 hurt in crash involving train, vehicle in Fayette County
At least one person was injured in an accident involving a train and vehicle in Fayette County on Monday morning.
Herminie family surprised with new puppy after New Year's Day fire destroyed their home
HERMINIE, Pa. (KDKA) - A family who lost everything in a fire on New Year's Day has been leaning on the community in their time of need, and recently they got an enormous gift to give them hope. The Riles Family lived in Hermine with their dog Ozzy and cat Maggie when the flames ripped through their homes. Neither Ozzy nor Maggie survived. RELATED: Pittsburgh-area family leans on community after fire destroys home, kills 2 petsNow, the breeder who sold them Ozzy said she's helped them get a new dog. Kim Alamo told KDKA she learned of a litter of Bernedoodle puppies just like Ozzy and reached out to John Riles to let him know. They then worked together to surprise John's wife, Nannette, with the puppy they're now calling Axel. They said while Axel doesn't replace Ozzy, he picks up where Ozzy left off.