City Of Pittsburgh Reminds Residents Of Holiday Delay In Garbage & Recycling CollectionSome neighborhoods throughout the city are experiencing a delay in garbage pickup.
Officials Urge Thousands Of Pennsylvanians Waiting On Pandemic Federal Aid To Take Advantage Of State ProgramsWhile federal pandemic aid hangs in limbo in the U.S. Congress, state officials are encouraging Pennsylvanians to take advantage of state assistance programs.
FBI Pittsburgh Warns Residents About Potential Signs Of COVID-19 Vaccine ScamsAs COVID-19 vaccines are distributed across the country and in Pennsylvania, the FBI is trying to warn residents about potential scams surrounding the vaccine.
City Of Pittsburgh Offering Christmas Tree Recycling Program At 5 LocationsThe City of Pittsburgh is opening five locations for people to drop off their Christmas trees for recycling this year.
Parents Of Boy Who Died At Zoo Create Fund To Give Kids GlassesIn 2012, Jason and Liz Derkosh suffered an unimaginable loss when their 2-year-old son Maddox fell into the African painted dog exhibit at The Pittsburgh Zoo and died.
State Police In Need Of Horses For Their Mounted Patrol UnitState police are asking for help and support from Pennsylvanians for their mounted patrol unit.
City Of Pittsburgh Seeking Feedback On Public Art ProcessThe City of Pittsburgh is surveying artists about its public art process.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pregnant And Nursing Health Care Workers Explain Decision To Get VaccineAccording to the CDC, pregnant people are at an increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19.
Allegheny County Again Offering Christmas Tree Recycling ProgramAllegheny County is again holding its annual Christmas tree recycling program this year.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Rite Aid Expands Free Drive-Thru Coronavirus TestingRite Aid is expanding its COVID-19 drive-thru testing in multiple states, including Pennsylvania.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Coronavirus Vaccine Administration Set To Begin At Pa. Long-Term Care FacilitiesThe administration of COVID-19 vaccines at long-term care facilities in Pennsylvania is set to begin next week.
Gold Coin Worth Nearly $1,800 Donated In Salvation Army KettleThe Salvation Army is thanking the person who dropped a gold coin worth nearly $1,800 into one of its kettles in South Dakota.
Honda Recalls 1.4 Million Cars Due To Various IssuesHonda is recalling 1.4 million vehicles.
Boyce Park Ski Slopes Open For The Season This WeekendTalk about perfect timing - this weekend the Boyce Parks slopes for skiing and snow tubing will open.
Pittsburgh Symphony Hosting Annual Sensory-Friendly Holiday Concert OnlineThe Pittsburgh Symphony is hosting its annual sensory-friendly holiday concert Friday.