Funeral Services Held For Children Lost In Erie Daycare FireFuneral services were held in Erie for the children lost in a daycare fire last week.
Microburst Causes Two Partially Collapsed Buildings In LawrencevilleA microburst ripped through an eight-block radius in Lawrenceville, causing two buildings to partially collapse.
Pittsburgh Police Officer Facing Charges After DUI Hit And RunA Pittsburgh Bureau of Police officer is facing charges in connection to a hit and run that took place in June.
Local Law Firm Holds Backpack Drive In HomewoodFrank Walker Law held a backpack drive before the start of the school year for the third year in a row.
Five-Alarm Fire In Oakland Injures Two FirefightersA five-alarm fire in Oakland sent two firefighters to the hospital.
Police Chase, Apprehend Man With Multiple Arrest WarrantsPolice arrested a man last night wanted for a parole violation related to firearms possession.
Firefighters Respond To Allegheny Co. Apartment Building FireFirefighters responded to a fire at an apartment building in Elizabeth Township.
Duquesne Water Conservation Notice LiftedThe city of Duquesne water conservation notice has been lifted.
Pittsburgh Steelers To Wear Helmet Decal, T-Shirt To Honor Late WR Coach Darryl DrakeThe Pittsburgh Steelers will wear a decal on their helmets this season to honor late wide receivers coach Darryl Drake.
Fire Crews Fight Fire At Whitehall HomeFirefighters were on scene in Whitehall after a house went up in flames.
Oakland Streets Shut Down As More Than 1,500 CMU Students Move InRoads in Oakland are shutting down over the weekend as more than 1,500 students move into Carnegie Mellon University.
Lt. Gov. John Fetterman Agrees To Officiate Woman's Wedding After She Tweets HimA woman who really wanted Lt. Gov. John Fetterman to officiate her wedding got her wish. All it took was a tweet.
White House Reschedules President Trump's Visit To Beaver Co. Cracker PlantA new date has been announced for President Donald Trump’s visit the Shell Chemical cracker plant in Beaver County.
Pittsburgh Weather: Spotty Storms Today, Risk Of Severe Weather ThursdayScattered rain and storms will be possible through the day today.
Mayor Peduto, Moms Demand Action Founder Join Forces To Call For Movement On Gun Safety LegislationPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto welcomed the founder of the gun safety organization, Moms Demand Action, to the City-County Building today.
Pa. Sen. Pat Toomey Joins Other Senators, Calls For Bipartisan Action To Improve Gun Safety LawsPennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey says he is supporting bipartisan congressional action to improve gun safety laws.
President Trump Addresses Nation Following Mass Shootings, 1 Of Which Left Western Pa. Man DeadPresident Donald Trump is calling the recent mass shootings "evil attacks" that are crimes "against all humanity" and says unity must replace hatred in society.
Mayor Peduto Says Death Threats Against Him Are Rising; Increases SecurityMayor Bill Peduto confirmed that he is increasing his personal security 24/7.
Walgreens Announces Plans To Close 200 Stores Across U.S.Walgreens will close about 200 locations across the United States as part of its plan to cut costs.
Gov. Wolf: Amazon To Build Facility In Findlay Twp., Bring 800 Jobs To Allegheny Co.A new Amazon fulfillment center is expected to bring 800 jobs to Allegheny County.
Hacker Gained Access To 100 Million Capital One Credit Card ApplicationsCapital One said a hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customer accounts and credit card applications earlier this year.
Pfizer Buying Canonsburg-Based Mylan, New Company To Run Operations In PittsburghPfizer is buying Mylan in an all-stock deal and combining the $10 billion generic pharmaceutical company with its own off-patent branded and generic business.
Union Leader At Idled Lordstown General Motors Plant To TransferA northeast Ohio union leader once called out on Twitter by President Donald Trump says he is transferring to another General Motors location.
Apple Unveils Disability-Themed Emojis In Push For Greater DiversityApple will introduce disability-themed emojis in a move designed to "bring even more diversity to the keyboard."
'World’s Largest Rubber Duck' Returning To Pa. This SummerThe World’s Largest Rubber Duck is coming back to Pennsylvania this summer.
NFL Super-Fans Visit Kennywood To Ride The Steel CurtainThink you are a big football fan? These guys might have you beat.
Celebration Of Mac Miller Set For Sept. 7It's been almost a year since the rapper and Pittsburgh native, Mac Miller, passed away of a sudden overdose.
Chance The Rapper Bringing Tour To PPG Paints ArenaGrammy Award winning Chance the Rapper is bringing his latest tour to Pittsburgh in the fall.
Actress Viola Davis Returns To Pittsburgh, Takes Ride On The Steel CurtainAcademy, Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Viola Davis is back in Pittsburgh.
First Trailer Released For Mister Rogers’ Movie, ‘A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood’Ready for your first look at Tom Hanks in action as legendary Pittsburgher, Fred Rogers?
Dole Recalls Baby Spinach Due To Possible Salmonella ContaminationDole is voluntarily recalling some cases of baby spinach due to possible salmonella contamination.
FDA Investigating 127 Reports Of Seizures, Neurological Symptoms Related To VapingThe US Food and Drug Administration has received 127 reports of seizures or other neurological symptoms possibly related to e-cigarettes, the agency announced Wednesday.
Study Shows Chipotle Bowls Contain Cancer-Linked 'Forever Chemicals'The bowls at Chipotle have become a staple for the restaurant, but a new report is drawing some big concerns about them.
Health Officials: 14 Young Adults In Two States Hospitalized After Vaping14 teenagers and young adults were hospitalized due to breathing problems potentially linked to vaping.
Ohio Governor: 'No Doubt' Drugmakers Caused Opioid CrisisOhio Gov. Mike DeWine says evidence made public over the past two weeks makes clear that drugmakers were responsible for the U.S. opioid crisis.
Former Steeler Merril Hoge Sues Maker Of Round-Up, Says Weed Killer Caused His CancerFormer Pittsburgh Steelers player Merril Hoge is suing Monsanto, the company which makes the controversial weed killer, Round-Up.
13 arrested in far-right and antifa demonstrations in PortlandAntifa members chanted "Go home, Nazis!", "No Trump, No KKK, no Fascist USA" as the right-wing groups, led by the Proud Boys, marched along the waterfront
New Orleans TV anchor dies in plane crashThe TV news anchor died in a plane crash while working on a story about a pilot
A Marine colonel's widow fights for the truth behind his 2008 deathA Marine colonel is fatally wounded in Iraq; authorities say it was a suicide, but his wife says it was murder and she is determined to prove it
Woman fights for her brother's honor after brutal N.C. murderThe Irish businessman was beaten to death with a brick paver and a baseball bat in 2015 by his American au-pair-turned-wife and her father, a former FBI agent - who claim it was in self-defense
Elizabeth Smart's father reveals he is gay"As an openly gay man, the Church is not a place where I find solace any longer," Smart wrote
Child Victims Act has opened the door to a rush of lawsuits in New YorkIn New York, the Child Victims Act has opened the door to a rush of lawsuits. So far, more than 400 have been filed. The law creates a one-year window for child sex abuse victims to seek justice, no matter how long ago the abuse took place. 45 judges in New York have been assigned to deal with the cases. Nikki Battiste reports.
Explosion rips through wedding hall in AfghanistanA government spokesman said at least 63 people were killed and 182 wounded
Heavy rains flood Istanbul's historic Grand BazaarA car was dragged into a pit caused by a collapsed road but its passengers escaped without injuries
Congresswoman Tlaib speaks out on being barred from visiting IsraelCongresswoman Rashida Tlaib is speaking out for the first time about being barred from visiting Israel. She's upset she won't visit her grandmother in the West Bank. President Trump is also weighing in on the issue. Paula Reid reports.
"More than anything, I'm a granddaughter": Tlaib tells supportersIrael upended diplomatic norms earlier this week by barring her and fellow freshman Congresswoman Ilhan Omar from joining a trip attended by other lawmakers
At least 1 dead in Turkey floodRaging flood waters tore through parts of Turkey. Officials say at least one person was killed. Many shops in Istanbul's historic Grand Bazaar were flooded and some of the merchandise floated away. The heavy rain also disrupted rail and ferry services.
Rescued baby dugong dies of shock with a stomach full of plastic"Her death will remind Thais and people all over the world not to dispose trash into the oceans," a Natural Resources and Environment Minister said