Boyce Park Opens To Skiers Despite Warmer TemperaturesBoyce Park opened to skiers Friday afternoon.
Teens Accused Of Killing Pizza Delivery Driver To Stand TrialTwo people accused of killing a local pizza delivery driver during an attempted robbery will stand trial.
Pittsburgh Included In Apple's Massive Job ExpansionApple's announcement that its massive expansion will include Pittsburgh is being welcomed by local leaders.
Power Outage Forces Closure Of Mall At Robinson, Firefighters On SceneFiretrucks were seen outside the Mall at Robinson on Friday evening after a power outage.
Pittsburgh Woman Searching For Good Samaritan Who Helped After Car AccidentA Pittsburgh woman has taken to social media to look for the Good Samaritan who helped after a car accident.
2 Killed In Shooting At Ambridge Gas Station, 4 Facing ChargesFour people are facing charges after a shooting at a gas station in Ambridge that left two people dead early Friday morning.
Three 'Common Sense' Gun Safety Bills To Be Introduced In PittsburghState and local leaders gathered in Pittsburgh to announce the details of three “common sense” gun safety bills, which will be introduced next week.
Police Say Man Used Distraction, Sleight Of Hand To Steal Gift CardsState police say a man used deception and sleight of hand to steal gift cards from a Mount Pleasant Dollar General.
Scattered Showers Kick Off Weekend In Western Pa.Rain showers will continue to spread across the area Friday evening, setting us up for scattered showers to kick off the weekend.
PPG Working With Penguins, NHL To Develop Color-Changing Coating For PucksFor hockey players, having to play with a puck that isn’t properly chilled can be frustrating.
Police: Man Exposed Himself To Female Gas Station EmployeeState police say a man exposed himself to a female employee at an Irwin gas station.
19-Year-Old Soldier From Johnstown Dies In AfghanistanA 19-year-old soldier from Johnstown, Pa., has died in Afghanistan.
Democrat Submits Papers In Residency Dispute With Pa. Senate GOPLawyers for a woman newly elected to Pennsylvania's Senate say documents they submitted to the top Republican senator should address any concerns that she doesn't meet residency requirements to serve in the chamber.
Auditor General Urging Crackdown On Pharmacy Benefit ManagersPennsylvania's independently elected fiscal watchdog is urging state lawmakers to rein in pharmacy benefit managers.
Pitt College Republicans And Young America's Foundation Threaten Lawsuit Over 'Security Fee' For Conservative SpeakerWhen conservative lecturer Ben Shapiro was invited by the University of Pittsburgh College Republicans to speak on campus last month, they felt lucky and hundreds lined up outside Alumni Hall in Oakland to hear Shapiro.
Gov. Wolf Orders Flags To Fly Half-Staff To Honor Former President George H.W. BushPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered flags to fly at half-staff to honor former President George H.W. Bush on Saturday.
President Trump, First Lady To Attend Funeral Of George H.W. Bush
Family, Friends, Political Adversaries, Others React To George H.W. Bush's DeathAlmost immediately after former President George H.W. Bush's death was announced late Friday night, family, friends and adversaries alike reacted to the news via social media and other outlets.
Local Analysts Expect Most 401Ks And IRAs To End Year DownThe stock market has been a bit like the Phantom's Revenge roller coaster at Kennywood this year.
Pittsburgh's Astrobotic Technology Among Companies Eligible To Bid On Moon Mission ContractsNASA announced Thursday that nine US companies, including a Pittsburgh company, are eligible to bid on $2.6 billion worth of contracts over the next 10 years to deliver services to the moon.
Marriott Says Reservation System Hacked, 500 Million Accounts CompromisedMarriott says its guest reservation system has been hacked, potentially exposing the personal information of approximately 500 million guests.
Bayer To Layoff 12,000 Employees Worldwide, Impact In Pittsburgh UnclearThere was a time when Bayer, the German company best known for the aspirin it developed in 1899, was a very big presence in Pittsburgh as the multi-national giant's North American headquarters had 2,600 people working off Parkway West.
Deflated Excitement: National Helium Shortage Making Party Balloons Hard To FindNationally, helium is in demand for things more important than balloons right now.
David's Bridal Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionDavid's Bridal is filing for bankruptcy protection but there is no danger for customers who have ordered dresses.
Grammy-Winning Jazz Singer Nancy Wilson Dies At 81Legendary singer Nancy Wilson has died at the age of 81.
Late Pittsburgh Rapper Mac Miller Nominated For First GrammyLate Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller has been nominated for a Grammy.
One Cool Place: Pittsburgh Named To National Geographic’s ‘Cool Places 2019’ ListPittsburgh is one of 19 destinations worldwide, and the only one in the United States, named to the UK’s National Geographic Traveller’s 2019 Cool List.
Hootie & The Blowfish Return With New Album, Tour Coming To PittsburghTwenty-five years after "Cracked Rear View" launched their careers, Grammy-winning rockers Hootie & the Blowfish will release a new album and launch an official tour next year after a decade-long break.
Queen Bringing 'The Rhapsody Tour' To PittsburghIf you loved the movie “Bohemian Rhapsody,” then you’re going to be excited about this concert announcement.
Munhall’s Gabby Barrett To Perform At 'National Christmas Tree Lighting'It has been an exciting year for Pittsburgh’s own Gabby Barrett.
Pa. Gives Away Anti-Overdose Drug During Statewide Distribution DayPennsylvania is expanding efforts to make the anti-overdose medication naloxone available to the public with a statewide distribution day today.
Study: Stethoscopes Loaded With Potentially Harmful BacteriaResearchers analyzed 40 stethoscopes that were being used in the ICU and found that all of them were contaminated with a diverse group of bacteria.
Doctors Looking Into Connection Between Rosacea, CoffeeDoctors are looking into a possible new treatment for rosacea, which doesn’t involve a pill or cream.
New Single-Dose Flu Drug Can Lessen Symptoms By One DayFlu season is ramping up, but there's a new medicine to fight it this year. In fact, it's the first new drug to treat to the flu in 20 years.
Study Finds Breast Cancer Testing Guidelines Are Out Of Date, Missing Genetic ScreeningAccording to a new study, the breast cancer testing guidelines are out of date and limit genetic testing.
Health Officials: 9 Additional Illnesses Tied To Romaine Lettuce E. Coli OutbreakThe CDC continues to warn against eating any romaine lettuce harvested from the central Coastal growing regions of Northern and Central California amid a multistate outbreak of E. coli illnesses linked to romaine lettuce.
Federal judge strikes down Obamacare as unconstitutionalThe move could leave 20 million Americans' health coverage in limbo
CBS News' David Begnaud reveals he has Tourette's syndromeIn a stunning revelation, Begnaud details how he overcame debilitating tics to ascend to the highest levels of journalism
Trump names Mick Mulvaney acting chief of staffPresident Trump has picked Mick Mulvaney, director of the Office of Management and Budget, to serve as acting White House chief of staff. He will replace John Kelly, who is leaving by the end of the year. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.
David Begnaud reveals he has Tourette'sWhen you think of news correspondents, you likely don't think of Tourette's syndrome. But CBS News's David Begnaud just revealed that he struggled with debilitating tics as a child, but he now views his Tourette's as a blessing.
Mick Mulvaney is keeping his day jobHe's going to remain the head of the Office of Management and Budget
Actress Sondra Locke dead at age 74An Oscar-nominee for her debut, "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter," she appeared in several Clint Eastwood films, including "Sudden Impact," "The Gauntlet" and "Bronco Billy"
DHS watchdog investigating death of 7-year-old migrant girlThe watchdog said it would provide a final report to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Congress and the public
Migrant girl's death in custody prompts federal probeA federal investigation has been launched into the death of a 7-year-old girl who was in the custody of U.S. border agents. She was part of a group from Guatemala that surrendered at the border eight days ago. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.
Officials defend actions after migrant girl dies in custody7-year-old Guatemalan girl died two days after she and her father were taken into custody in New Mexico
"Young miracle" baby recovers from Ebola in outbreakBenedicte was admitted to an Ebola treatment center just six days after she was born
U.S. college student stabbed to death in NetherlandsSarah Papenheim, 21, a musician from Minnesota who went to study psychology in Rotterdam, was reportedly killed by her roommate
Ex-Army commando charged with murder of suspected bomb-makerA board of inquiry determined he was guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer and he was discharged