Report: Coyote Attacks Pa. Woman, Officials Believe It May Be RabidAuthorities in Clarion and Jefferson counties are warning residents to be vigilant when they go outside after a coyote attacked a woman over the weekend.
Health Department: Woman Scratched By Rabid Cat In WilmerdingThe Allegheny County Health Department is advising residents in Wilmerding to be cautious around wildlife after a rabid cat was found in the area.
Dead Cat Found Near Mount Oliver Playground Tests Positive For RabiesHealth officials say that a dead cat that was found near a playground in Mount Oliver has tested positive for rabies.
Officials: Strange-Acting Raccoons In Ross Twp. Test Positive For VirusOfficials say that strange-acting raccoons in Ross Township have tested positive for canine distemper virus.
Dog Kills Rabid Raccoon In East HillsHealth department officials want to warn East Hills residents after a dog killed a rabid raccoon in the area.
Rabid Raccoon Found In Scott Township, Near CarnegieThe Allegheny County Health Department says a rabid raccoon was found in Scott Township.
Mysterious Illness Affecting Wildlife Forcing Police To Shoot, Kill Animals; Neighbors Worried For Their PetsSome people who live in Ross Township say something strange is going on with wildlife in the area.
Health Dept. Issues Warning After Rabid Skunk Killed In CarrickThe Allegheny County Health Department is issuing a warning to Carrick residents after a rabid skunk was killed by a dog.
Man Kills Raccoon With Hammer After It Bites Him On HeadA Westmoreland County man says he was attacked by a raccoon as he worked on his car outside his home, and killed the animal with the only weapon he had: a hammer.
Rabid Cat Reported In Liberty BoroughThe Allegheny County Health Department wants to warn Liberty Borough residents about a report of a rabid cat in the area.
Warning Issued After Rabid Raccoon Attacks Dog In SewickleyThe Allegheny County Health Department has issued a warning for people in Sewickley after a dog was attacked by a rabid raccoon.
Rabies Precaution Issued In EtnaThe Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) issued a rabies warning for Etna residents Friday.