Allegheny County Controller: PWSA Restructuring is a 'Distraction'Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner says real work must begin to address Pittsburgh's lead problem. This comes after Mayor Peduto's announcement that the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority would be restructured.
New Treatment Helping More Women Survive Ovarian CancerEvery year, nearly 22,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and more than 14,000 die from it.
Ten Commandments Monument Moved From High SchoolA Ten Commandments monument has been moved from a western Pennsylvania high school as part of an agreement to settle a lawsuit.
CCAC Issues Alert After Banning Student From CampusCCAC officials have issued an alert about an Allegheny Campus student who they’ve had to ban from school grounds.
Butterbeer Ice Cream Hitting Shelves For Harry Potter FansA Pennsylvania ice cream maker is courting Harry Potter fans with a new flavor based on Hogwarts' favorite drink, "butterbeer."
Wife Of WWE Legend Jim Ross Suffers ‘Catastrophic’ Brain Injury In AccidentRoss says his wife Jan, who is originally from Pittsburgh, suffered a “catastrophic” brain injury when the Vespa she was riding was struck from behind by another car.
Ex-Penn State Official: 'I Should Have Done More' In Abuse CaseTim Curley testified Wednesday at the trial of former Penn State president Graham Spanier.
Report: 'Yinzers' To Buy Mike Feinberg Co. Building In Strip DistrictA Strip District store is closing after 60 years in business, but another Pittsburgh-owned business will be taking its place.
Teen Pleads Guilty In 2014 Fatal Group Home BeatingA teenager has pleaded guilty in the fatal assault of a resident at a group home in Carrick.
Study: Drivers Less Likely To Brake For African-American PedestriansA new study says drivers are less likely to brake for African-American pedestrians trying to cross the street.
Costco To Start Home DeliveryHauling those bulk items home from Costco could soon be a thing of the past.
Police Warn Pitt Students & Faculty About ATM Skimming SchemeUniversity of Pittsburgh Police are warning students and faculty to check their bank accounts following reports of unauthorized withdrawals.