Year Up Program Offering Pittsburgh Housing Authority Residents Skills Training, InternshipsPittsburgh's Housing Authority is teaming up to help its residents further their careers.
How To Wake Up And Stay Alert Without The Help Of CoffeeIf you're not a fan of coffee, or are looking to cut out your coffee consumption, John Shumway has some great advice for you.
Pine-Richland Students, Parents Expected To Rally For Coach Eric KasperowiczStudents and parents in the Pine-Richland School District are expected to rally and show their support for Eric Kasperowicz, the former football coach who was abruptly let go from his position.
Pittsburgh Police Investigating Hill District, Knoxville, East Hills Shootings Within 12 Hours Of One AnotherIt was a violent night in the city of Pittsburgh, with officers dealing with three shootings, all within 12 hours -- with one of these turning deadly.
City Of McKeesport Begins Using 'ShotSpotter' Gunshot Detection SystemThe City of McKeesport has implemented new technology to detect gunfire.
Police Arrest Man Suspected Of Slashing Car Tires In LawrencevillePittsburgh Police have arrested a man suspected of slashing dozens of car tires in Lawrenceville.
Man Shot Near Lady Di's Bar In Pittsburgh's East HillsPolice are investigating a shooting that took place near a bar in Pittsburgh's East Hills neighborhood.
Lit Cigarette To Blame For Fire That Spread Through Shaler HomeA cigarette sparked a house fire in Shaler on Sunday evening.
Dan + Shay Win Duo Of The Year At 56th Academy Of Country Music AwardsDan + Shay took home the award for Duo of the Year for the third straight year at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
'We've Noticed An Increase In Shootings:' Police Investigate House Party Shooting That Left One DeadThree people were shot and one of them was killed at a party in Pittsburgh's Knoxville neighborhood.
Crews Spend Hours Recovering Car Found In The Allegheny RiverFor about four hours Sunday morning, several crews, including the Murrysville Medical and Dive team, worked to get a car out of the Allegheny River.
Man Seriously Injured When Using Heavy Machinery, Flown To Pittsburgh HospitalA man was seriously injured and flown to a Pittsburgh hospital after he fell off of his Brush Hog and was run over by it.
Bill Calling For Expansion Of Supreme Court Slammed As 'Court Packing' By Republicans -- But What Does That Mean?The Judiciary Act of 2021, introduced by a group of House and Senate Democrats on Thursday, calls for an expansion of the Court from nine to 13 justices.
Lawmakers Seek Long-Term Limit On Governors’ Emergency PowerAs governors loosen long-lasting coronavirus restrictions, state lawmakers across the U.S., including in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are taking actions to significantly limit the power they could wield in future emergencies.
President Joe Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan In PittsburghPresident Joe Biden unveiled a $2 trillion infrastructure plan during a visit to the Pittsburgh area this afternoon.
President Biden To Make Stop In Pittsburgh On 'Help Is Here' TourPresident Joe Biden will be in Pittsburgh next week for his first visit to the Steel City since taking office.
Former Congressman Lou Barletta To Decide Soon On Whether To Run For Pennsylvania GovernorLou Barletta said Friday that he will make a decision in the next few weeks on whether to seek the Republican nomination for governor of Pennsylvania in 2022.
Sens. Casey And Toomey Introduce Legislation Aimed At Nursing Home ReformPennsylvania's senators have introduced legislation aimed at nursing home reform.
Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is coming.
'The Sky's The Limit For The U.S. Economy,' Says Economic AnalystWith vaccinations accelerating and stimulus checks mostly distributed, a growing number of people are venturing out and spending more money.
Stimulus Check Update: Are You Eligible For A Plus-Up Payment?Millions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
State College Construction Firm Charged, Accused Of Stealing Millions From Workers And Defrauding TaxpayersA major Pennsylvania construction contractor was charged with theft Thursday for flouting state and federal laws that set minimum pay rates for public projects by failing to pay workers' required benefits.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
Stimulus Check Update: Social Security Recipients Left Waiting Could Receive Relief Payments SoonThe IRS is preparing to send stimulus checks to millions of Social Security recipients still awaiting payments because they don't file taxes.
Mister Rogers Former Home In Squirrel Hill Goes Up For SaleThe former home of Mister Rogers' in Squirrel Hill is up for sale.
Schenley Plaza PNC Carousel Reopens With Safety And Aesthetic UpgradesThe PNC Carousel at Schenley Plaza has reopened.
Ahoy Mateys! Pittsburgh’s First Touring Pirate Ship Takes Maiden VoyageShiver me timbers, Pittsburgh! There’s a new way to sightsee the city skyline this spring and summer.
Roger Waters Kicks Off Rescheduled Tour In PittsburghPink Floyd's Roger Waters has rescheduled his tour, including a stop in Pittsburgh.
Kane Brown Bringing 'Blessed And Free Tour' To PPG Paints Arena Next JanuaryAnother country music star has announced a show in Pittsburgh.
Former Columbus Zoo Director Jack Hanna Diagnosed With Dementia, Will Leave Public LifeCelebrity zookeeper and animal TV show host Jack Hanna has been diagnosed with dementia and will retire from public life, his family said.
COVID-19 Vaccinations In Pittsburgh: AHN Administers Thousands Of Shots On SaturdayAs more and more Pennsylvanians get vaccinated against COVID-19, Pfizer's CEO believes a booster will be necessary.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 5,114 New Cases, 39 New DeathsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 5,114 new COVID-19 cases and 39 additional deaths.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 405 New Coronavirus Cases, Increasing County Total To 93,684The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 405 new coronavirus cases and two additional deaths.
Doctors Say Side Effects Are Not Uncommon With Pfizer And Moderna VaccinesDoctors say while side effects can be uncomfortable, nothing is wrong with you. Your body was primed by the first dose and is recognizing the second one.
Hundreds Of People Set To Participate In PurpleStride Pittsburgh WalkSaturday is PurpleStride Pittsburgh, the walk to end pancreatic cancer.
Gov. Tom Wolf To Receive His First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine Next WeekGov. Tom Wolf says he will get his first COVID-19 vaccination shot on Monday.
Manhunt underway in Austin after 3 killed in shootingPolice said they believe the shooting was a "domestic situation" and an isolated incident.
Visit U.S. national parks with "CBS This Morning" Facebook LiveOn Thursday we kick off our first-ever Facebook Live series with a tour of Yellowstone National Park, featuring award-winning National Geographic photographer Erika Larsen. From the Grand Canyon to Glacier National Park, check out our summer-long coverage of 100 years of the National Park Service.
Noah's Ark exhibit sparks debate of biblical proportionsNoah's Ark is standing tall again, this time in central Kentucky. What some call the greatest story ever told is now shared in a massive replica. But after two years of construction, it is both a Christian theme park and a lightning rod for critics. Mark Strassmann reports from the ark in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Ex-Fox News host sues network boss for sexual harassmentThe parent company of Fox News has launched an internal review following a sexual harassment lawsuit against the network's powerful boss, Roger Ailes. Former anchor Gretchen Carlson alleges she was fired after turning down sexual advances from the Fox News chairman and CEO. Vinita Nair reports.
Charges likely after Navy SEAL trainee dies during drillSources tell CBS News that Navy officials expect charges will be brought against at least one Navy SEAL over the death of a trainee in May. James Derek Lovelace drowned in a swimming drill at the SEAL training center in Coronado, California. The autopsy report finds "the manner of death is best classified as homicide." David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
Aftermath of Minnesota police shooting streamed live on FacebookPhilando Castile was shot several times Wednesday night during a traffic stop outside Minneapolis. His girlfriend broadcast the immediate aftermath in a Facebook Live post, showing tense moments with police officers at the scene. Castile later died at a hospital. Ashley Roberts of CBS Minneapolis station WCCO reports from Falcon Heights.
Pistorius sentenced to six years for girlfriend's murderSouth African Olympian Oscar Pistorius, known as the "Blade Runner" because of his prosthetic limbs, was sentenced to six years of jail time for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013. Debora Patta has more.
British inquiry finds Iraq War intervention wasn't worth itA British inquiry that began seven years ago has found that following the United States into the Iraq War was not necessary. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair takes most of the blame in the report. Mark Phillips has more.
U.S. and China agree to cooperate to "tackle the climate crisis"But as Biden prepares to host a summit of world leaders, seeking pledges to carbon emissions, China warns more ambitious goals are "not very realistic."
U.K. inquiry blasts Blair for following Bush into Iraq WarLong-awaited report from independent inquiry says Tony Blair "chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options had been exhausted" based on a deeply flawed presentation of the evidence available on Saddam Hussein's weapons stockpiles. CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips reports from London.
Oscar Pistorius sentenced for murder of girlfriend Reeva SteenkampA South African judge sentenced former Olympian Oscar Pistorius to six years in prison for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Pistorius had completed a one-year sentence for a lesser charge of manslaughter before that conviction was upgraded to murder.
NASA spacecraft Juno makes its way to JupiterThe biggest planet in Earth's neighborhood is also the most mysterious. NASA sent the Juno spacecraft to find out what's beneath the gas and clouds of Jupiter's atmosphere. Juno arrived on schedule Monday night. Don Dahler reports.