Steelers Fan React To Sunday Game WinA duck can survive in the desert.
Man Goes To His Mailbox, Gets Fatally Hit By Oncoming CarA pedestrian was struck and killed on Perry Highway in Sandy Creek Township, Mercer County, around 6 p.m. on Friday.
Steelers Hang On For 23-17 Victory Over CardinalsDiontae Johnson ran for an 85-yard touchdown on a punt return and caught a pass for another score to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers over the Arizona Cardinals 23-17.
Carnegie Museum Of Natural History Loses Its DirectorThe Carnegie Museum of Natural History is losing its director to The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (NCMNS).
Vance McDonald Pulled From Steelers Game For Possible ConcussionTight end Steelers' player Vance McDonald was pulled from Sunday's game after being injured on the field.
Pitt Panthers Will Face Off Eastern Michigan In Quick Lane BowlThe University of Pittsburgh announced today that the Pitt Panthers are representing the Atlantic Coast Conference in the 2019 Quick Lane Bowl.
City Must Pay Lost Wages To Officer Who Used Racial SlurAn arbitrator has ruled that the city of Cincinnati must pay lost wages to a black police officer who was suspended for using a racial slur.
Pitt Nationality Rooms Celebrate Holiday Season With Community Open HouseThe University of Pittsburgh held a free holiday open house today, showcasing their notable Nationality Rooms decked out in festive decorations just in time for the holiday season.
Investigators Expect Homicide Charges To Be Filed Against John Chapman In Jaime Feden CaseInvestigators from Lincoln County Nevada are headed back Sunday after spending the past few days piecing together the death of 33-year-old Jaime Feden.
Over $3,000 Worth Of Merchandise Ready To Ship Stolen From Butler Business’ MailboxNearly $3,000 worth of merchandise was stolen out of the mailbox of a family-owned business in Butler County.
Petition To Remove Former Steelers Backup QB Michael Vick From Pro Bowl Gets 200,000 SignaturesMichael Vick is going back to the NFL Pro Bowl, this time as one of four NFL Legends Pro Bowl Captains.
'Go Get 'Em Duck': Duck Dynasty's Uncle Si Cheers On Pittsburgh Steelers QB Devlin HodgesPittsburgh Steelers quarterback Devlin Hodges has a new fan: Uncle Si from "Duck Dynasty."
House Judiciary Committee Begins Hearings With Experts On ImpeachmentDo President Trump's alleged actions -- trading American military aid in exchange for a Ukrainian investigation of a political opponent and intervention in the 2020 election -- amount to an impeachable offense?
Michael Bloomberg Senior Advisor Says New York Billionaire Is Not Trying To Buy The Democratic PresidencyFormer New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is already polling better than many candidates, aided by spending $57 million of his own in just ten days.
Local Politicians React To Impeachment Report Released By House DemocratsAs the hearings begin tomorrow, extra focus will be on Republican Guy Reschenthaler since he sits on the House Judiciary Committee.
Gov. Tom Wolf Signs Anti-Child Sexual Abuse Measures Into LawPennsylvania has enacted a law to give future victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue, and to end time limits for authorities to file criminal charges.
Mayor Peduto Pens Letter To State Lawmakers Calling For Decriminalization Of Fentanyl Test StripsMayor Bill Peduto is calling on state lawmakers to decriminalize fentanyl test strips, saying they are “an effective opioid overdose prevention strategy.”
Passionate Protests For And Against Impeachment Also Find Common GroundPresident Trump supporters and pro-impeachment counter-protesters are gathering on the street in front of Congressman Conor Lamb's Mt. Lebanon office.
Founder, CEO Of Ollie's Bargain Outlet Dies At 61The founder and CEO of Ollie's Bargain Outlet has died at the age of 61.
AK Steel Being Bought By Cleveland-Cliffs In $1.1B Stock DealCleveland-Cliffs is buying AK Steel in a stock deal valued at about $1.1 billion.
Dick's Sporting Goods Shares Soar 18% On Strong SalesShares of Dick's Sporting Goods soared 18% in early trading after the company reported strong earnings and raised its guidance for the third time this year.
Five Below Begins Selling Products For More Than $5Five Below, a popular store focusing on products for $5 and under, is undergoing a colossal change: Its price point is going up for the first time in 17 years.
Last 2 Kmarts Left In W. Va. To Close As Company Cuts 100 StoresThe last two remaining Kmart locations in West Virginia are set to close by early next year as the retailer shutters about 100 stores nationwide.
Sears Secures $250M In New Capital, But Another 96 Stores Put On The Closure ListSears, once the dominant big box retailer with thousands of stores around the United States, continues to see its footprint decimated as its owner fights to bring it back from the brink.
Cultural Trust Ready To Ring In 2020 With Annual First Night CelebrationThe Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is putting the finishing touches on the annual First Night celebration.
Cleveland Company Stirs Controversy With ‘Pittsburgh Started It’ T-ShirtsCleveland is stirring controversy.
Kanye West Performs Surprise Concert For InmatesInmates at the Harris County Jail were moved to tears when rapper Kanye West appeared to perform a surprise concert.
Harry Styles Releases 'Love On Tour 2020' Concert Dates, Pittsburgh Makes The ListClear your calendars, the teen heartthrob is bringing his 2020 tour to Pittsburgh.
Instagram To Begin Tests That Hide U.S. Users' LikesPosting on Instagram can come with a rush of validation when likes from friends and strangers come pouring in. But those likes will soon be hidden for some U.S. users.
Pittsburgh Native Billy Porter To Perform At Macy's Thanksgiving ParadeEmmy-winning "Pose" actor Billy Porter, a Pittsburgh native, will be one of the headlining acts this year in the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Study: Permanent Hair Dye, Chemical Straighteners May Increase Breast Cancer RiskWomen who use permanent hair dye and chemical hair straighteners have a higher risk of developing breast cancer than women who don't use these products, according to a study released on Tuesday.
State Department Of Health Holding Free Whooping Cough Vaccination ClinicNow is your chance to get vaccinated against whooping cough.
New Law Requires Patient Agreements & Mandatory Drug Tests For Chronic PainA new law requires patients to sign an agreement and take a drug test prior to being prescribed opioids.
Study: Cannabis May Cut Headache And Migraine Pain In HalfCannabis could be used to relieve headache pain, a new study from Washington State University suggests.
CDC: Flu Is Getting An Early Start In The U.S. This SeasonThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told doctors on a conference call this week that the United States is seeing more flu than is typical for this time of year.
Pennsylvania To Spend $3M To Study Possible Link Between Fracking And Spike In Childhood CancerPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says his administration will spend $3 million on a pair of studies to explore the potential health impacts of the natural gas industry.
Boeing tries to restore confidence in 737 MaxDocuments obtained by CBS News outline software changes to the MCAS system that were a factor in two 737 Max crashes, leading to the entire fleet being grounded.
Tigers injure woman at Southern California animal sanctuaryPatty Perry, who regularly interacts with the animals, suffered head lacerations and puncture wounds on her neck.
White House "working" on official visit between Trump, Russia's Lavrov"I think there's a possibility that'll happen. We're working on it," O'Brien told CBS News' Margaret Brennan
Journalist says man "violated" her during live TV report at race event"To the man who smacked my butt on live TV this morning: You violated, objectified, and embarrassed me," the reporter tweeted.
Mel Brooks on the love of his life, Anne Bancroft, and comedy that's not PCThe "Producers" director and the Oscar-winning actress were inseparable for 41 years, and had more in common than one might think
Elizabeth Warren made $1.9 million for legal work over 30 yearsWarren released an updated financial disclosure regarding income she earned from legal work while she was a professor.
French government vowing to press ahead with proposed reformThe French government and President Emmanuel Macron is vowing to press ahead with its sweeping reform of the country's pension system. This has sparked outrage and new protests across the country. Elaine Cobbe reports from Paris.
North Korea warns it's looking for new ways to get concessions from the U.S.North Korea says it carried out another important test and warned it's looking for new ways to get concessions from the United States. President Trump tweeted that leader Kim Jong Un has far too much to lose if he acts in a hostile way. Roxana Saberi reports.
Artist eats banana duct-taped to wall that sold for $120,000Two of the three editions have been sold and last one is expected to go for $150,000.
World's oceans are losing oxygen at a dangerous rate, study saysScientists warn that ocean deoxygenation will have widespread global effects on marine ecosystems and the people that rely on them.
Fire kills 43 as relatives ID victims from cellphone photosAuthorities said an electrical short circuit appeared to cause a fire that killed at least 43 people in a factory in central New Delhi early Sunday.
Iran frees Chinese-American scholar in exchange for scientistThe prisoner exchange marked a potential breakthrough between Tehran and Washington after months of tensions.