Over 40,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Products Recalled Due To Possible E.coli ContaminationLakeside Refrigerated Services and the FSIS have recalled over 40,000 pounds of ground beef due to possible E.coli contamination.
Mon-Fayette Expressway Goes Cashless Starting This WeekThe Mon-Fayette Expressway is going cashless starting on Tuesday.
'This Is Like Having A Veteran With Me': Organization That Trains Service Dogs Delivers One To Local VetMorgan is an English lab specifically trained to be at the side of former Marine and Afghanistan war vet Brandon Rumbaugh at all times to help make his life better in mind and body.
5 Black Seneca Valley High School Graduates Start Petition Calling For Mandatory African American History Class In Grades K-12
Local Restaurant Owners Accuse Grubhub and Microsites Of Hijacking Their Online IdentitiesLocal restaurant owners are running into new issues with Grubhub and other third-party delivery apps.
'Very Difficult': Future Remains Unclear For Performing Arts In Pittsburgh Our region has gone into the "green" phase, but that doesn’t mean go for the performing arts.
Pittsburgh Expanding Food Distribution SitesThe City of Pittsburgh is expanding its food distribution services for kids and seniors in need.
CitiParks Offering At-Home Summer Camp Resources For FamiliesThe City of Pittsburgh is launching a program that brings summer camp right to your home.
Kennywood, Sandcastle And Idlewild Announce Opening Date Of July 11Kennywood is opening! The park announced on Wednesday that beginning on July 11 they will open to the public.
City Planning Commission Unanimously Adopts Homewood Comprehensive Community PlanThe City of Pittsburgh Planning Commission unanimously adopted the Homewood Comprehensive Community Plan last week.
UPMC Releases Guidelines For A Safe Return To Sports Sports are starting to return, including leagues for kids and teenagers.
Legislation To Be Introduced To Allegheny County Council Proposing Ban Of Police Crowd Control MeasuresTwo Allegheny Councilwomen will introduce an ordinance to ban police from using certain measures during nonviolent protests.
United States Postal Service Hiring Mail Carriers In Western PennsylvaniaThe United States Postal Service is hiring in western Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Health Department Working To Hire More Coronavirus Contact TracersThe state said it's working to hire additional contact tracers soon.
Heinz History Center To Reopen To The Public On July 1The Senator John Heinz History Center is set to reopen to the public Wednesday, July 1.