'We Were Speechless': Anonymous Donor Gives Murrysville Medic One An Overwhelming Amount Of Protective GearSometimes the greatest things start out with the smallest of measures.
'A Lot Of The Interaction Is Now Happening Through The Technology': As Coronavirus Keeps Families Separated, Grandparenting Goes DigitalSome senior citizens may be having an especially tough time right now.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Health Network Creating Thousands Of Test KitsAllegheny Health Network is creating thousands of coronavirus test kits in preparation for a possible surge of coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Should Everyone Be Wearing Face Masks?Should everyone be wearing face masks?
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Orders Leading To Uptick In Pet AdoptionsIn today's edition of "Checking in with Susan Koeppen," she is checking in with a family that decided now was the best time to get a family dog.
'It’s Vital That We Supply Food For People At This Time': Local Truck Drivers Are keeping Food On Shelves During Coronavirus PandemicThey are the unsung heroes. One truck driver said, "if we slow down, America stops."
Coronavirus In Beaver County: Shell Asks For Waiver To Resume Construction At Cracker Plant, Wants 400-800 Workers On SiteShell's construction company has petitioned for a waiver to resume construction at the Beaver County cracker plant.
Coronavirus In Butler County: Concordia Personal Care Home Resident Tests Positive For COVID-19A 96-year-old resident at a Butler County personal care home has tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Idlewild And SoakZone, Sandcastle Postpone Summer OpeningsIn addition to Kennywood delaying their season, Sandcastle and Idlewild and SoakZone are also putting their openings on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Changes: Giant Eagle To Close On Easter SundayGiant Eagle will be closed on Easter to give their employees -- who the company says has been working around the clock during the pandemic -- a break.
Heinz History Center Looking For Materials To Record Western Pa.'s Response To The Coronavirus PandemicThe Heinz History Center is collecting materials to document how Western Pennsylvanians have responded to the coronavirus pandemic.
PAART Buys Thousands Of Pounds Of Pet Food, Donates It All To Shelters And Food BanksThousands of pounds of pet food is on its way to shelters and homes in Western Pennsylvania, thanks to the efforts of the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: City Skyline Lit Up Red And Blue In Support Of First Responders On The FrontlinesSeveral buildings in downtown Pittsburgh are showing support for first responders.
Coronavirus In Beaver County: Healthcare Workers Who Walked Off The Job Citing Unsafe Conditions Reach Deal With OwnersWorkers at a nursing home in Beaver County that was hit hard by coronavirus have reached a deal for better protection.
Murder Suspect In Custody Following High-Speed Police Chase Ending On Route 51Two people are reportedly in custody after allegedly leading police on a chase that ended on Route 51.