Temporary Memorial Set Up To Remember Mentally Disabled Man Killed In Lincoln-Lemington StabbingA community gathered to remember a man killed in a Lincoln-Lemington stabbing.
WATCH: Bar Owners And Employees In McKeesport Protest Allegheny County's On-Site Alcohol Consumption BanBar owners and employees in McKeesport protested Allegheny County's new alcohol ban.
Police Say They Are On The Verge Of Identifying Remains Of Newborn Baby Girl Found 50 Years Ago In Mercer CountyPolice say they will soon identify the remains of a newborn baby girl found 50 years ago in Mercer County.
Family Of 'Hero-Mom' Who Worked At Brighton Rehab And Wellness Center Files Wrongful Death LawsuitA wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center in Beaver County.
Protesters Gather In Front Of Wilkinsburg Mayor's Home, Demanding Justice For Romir TalleyDemonstrators calling for justice for Romir Talley gathered in front of the home of the mayor of Wilkinsburg.
WATCH: Black Bear Spotted Eating From Bird Feeder In MurrysvilleA black bear was seen eating from a knocked over bird feeder in Murrysville.
Humane Animal Rescue To Host Free Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic And Food Distribution For PetsHumane Animal Rescue will host a free drive-thru vaccine clinic and food distribution next weekend.
Cocktail Server At Rivers Casino Tests Positive For CoronavirusA cocktail server at Rivers Casino has tested positive for coronavirus.
Allegheny County Says On-Site Alcohol Consumption Ban Applies To Businesses Hosting WeddingsUnder the new Allegheny County alcohol restriction, no alcohol can be consumed at any business hosting a wedding.
Leechburg Mayor And Councilman Say A Noose Was Found In Riverfront ParkTwo officials said a resident found a noose in Leechburg's Riverfront Park.
Restaurant And Bar Owners To Meet With Allegheny Co. Executive Over Alcohol BanRestaurant and bar owners across Allegheny County are coming together to find a solution that will allow them to continue doing business.
Local Officials Remain Hopeful That Allegheny County Can Recover From Recent SpikeThe local spike in Coronavirus cases is cause for alarm but not panic. Despite an upward trajectory in new numbers, the county is hopeful recent prohibitions against alcohol sales in bars and restaurants will help flatten the recent curve.
Vice President Pence Visiting Lordstown, Ohio, For Electric Pickup Truck UnveilingVice President Mike Pence is heading to Ohio for the unveiling of a new electric pickup truck.
Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas DrillingA grand jury investigation into Pennsylvania's large natural gas drilling industry released Thursday by state Attorney General Josh Shapiro has found systematic failures in state departments regulating that industry.
Pa. House Votes On New Speaker After Mike Turzai Steps DownThe Pennsylvania House turned to a seven-term Republican member Monday to become its next speaker, elevating him to the chamber’s top job a week after his predecessor stepped down in mid-term.
Mayor Peduto Proposes Creation Of Permanent LGBTQIA+ CommissionMayor Bill Peduto has sent legislation to City Council in order to create a permanent LGBTQIA+ Commission within the city.
Pa. Attorney General Supports Supreme Court's DACA Decision, Saying 'Dreamers Are Americans'The Supreme Court has rejected President Donald Trump's effort to end legal protections for 650,000 young immigrants.
Mayor Peduto Says He Hopes Newly-Formed Police Reform Task Force Creates 'Real, Sustained Change'Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has assembled a Community Task Force on Police Reform.
Chuck E. Cheese's Parent Company Files For BankruptcyChuck E. Cheese's parent company, CEC Entertainment, filed for bankruptcy Thursday, blaming the financial strain caused by COVID-19.
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.
Nestlé To Rebrand Its 'Red Skins' And 'Chicos' Sweets, Says Their Names Are 'Out Of Step' With Company ValuesNestlé is rebranding its Red Skins and Chicos sweets, saying that their controversial names — which feature offensive racial overtones — are "out of step" with the company's values.
'You Have To Be In It For The Long Haul,' Says Job Search Expert On Finding Work During Economic CrisisThe job market isn't hopeless, and the job seeker isn't helpless... experts give advice on how to find a job during this economic downturn.
Jobless Rate Slides Back From Coronavirus Pandemic Peak In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania's unemployment began sliding down from its pandemic peak in May.
Target Increasing Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour In JulyTarget is increasing its minimum wage to $15/hour and offering a one-time $200 bonus to workers providing services to customers during the pandemic.
No Chesney, No Regatta, No Fireworks: Coronavirus Pandemic Stealing Pittsburgh's Summer FunWe have lost a lot due to COVID-19, and now it’s stealing our summer fun.
July 4th Fireworks Celebrations In Western Pennsylvania: Where You Can WatchMany boroughs, townships and other municipalities have cancelled their Fourth of July celebrations, but some places are pushing forward with plans for fireworks.
'In No Way Authorized To Use This Song:' Tom Petty's Family Issues Cease & Desist Letter To Trump CampaignThe family of the late musician said the Trump campaign was "in no way authorized" to use one of his songs at a campaign rally.
Iconic Prince Guitar, Once Considered Lost, Sold For Over $500,000 At AuctionThe "Blue Angel" Cloud 2 guitar was considered lost until a conservationist contacted the auction house.
Def Leppard, Mötley Crüe, Poison And Joan Jett & The Blackhearts Reschedule Pittsburgh ShowWhat was supposed to be one of the biggest star-studded concerts this summer has been rescheduled.
Kennywood, Sandcastle And Idlewild Announce Opening Date Of July 11Kennywood is opening! The park announced on Wednesday that beginning on July 11 they will open to the public.
How Can I Safely BBQ With Friends, Family This Summer? Answers To Common Coronavirus Questions From Dr. Dave HnidaDr. Dave Hnida answers common questions about staying safe from coronavirus this summer while still enjoying the warm weather and company of friends.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 636 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing Statewide Total To 87,242The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 636 new cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday, in addition to 38 more deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Shatters Daily Record With 110 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing County Total To 2,780The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 110 new Coronavirus cases Wednesday and one additional death.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 618 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing Statewide Total To 86,606The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 618 new cases of Coronavirus on Tuesday, in addition to 35 more deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports Over 100 New Coronavirus Cases, Breaking Daily Case RecordThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 109 new Coronavirus cases Tuesday and no additional deaths.
How Safe Is Going On Vacation? Summer Coronavirus Questions Answered By Dr. Max GomezWith coronavirus limitations easing and summer in full swing, Dr. Max Gomez answers questions about safety while vacationing and enjoying outdoor activities.
Proposed HUD rule cuts protections for homeless transgender peopleThe proposed rule modifications will "better accommodate religious beliefs of shelter providers," according to HUD Secretary Ben Carson.
CBS Evening News, July 1, 2020Nationwide surge in coronavirus cases prompts states to reimpose restrictions; Florida 12-year-old goes viral over powerful song about racism
BIPOC: What does it mean and where does it come from?The acronym stands for Black, Indigenous, People of Color and is being used to acknowledge that not all people of color face equal levels of injustice.
Columbus, Ohio, just took down a statue of Christopher ColumbusThe city removed a statue of its namesake from outside its City Hall early Wednesday morning.
Daily Trail Markers: Wisconsin court won't expedite voter purge caseThe Wisconsin Supreme Court said oral arguments in case involving purge of thousands of voters will not take place before September 29.
Trump calls Black Lives Matter street mural "symbol of hate"New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said he would have "Black Lives Matter" painted on Fifth Avenue, near Trump Tower.
More than 300 protesters arrested in Hong KongAuthorities in Hong Kong used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse thousands of pro-democracy protesters and arrested more than 300 people. The protesters oppose new national security laws that aim to crack down on dissent.
Judge blocks Trump's asylum restriction for border-crossersThe implementation of the rule — which disqualified most non-Mexican migrants from asylum — violated federal administrative law, the judge said.
Russians vote on reforms that could allow Putin to rule until 2036Strongman leader insists current constitutional term limits would only lead to a distracting search for a successor, and Russia doesn't need that.
300 arrested as China's new "security" law hits Hong KongOnly 9 of those detained amid defiant pro-democracy protests were specifically accused of breaking the new law, but the message from Beijing is clear.
100.4° Arctic record confirmed; Earth may be warmest in 12,000 yearsAs the extreme northern heat wave continues, it's so warm in Norway people are skiing on glaciers in swimsuits.
1,000-year-old British flour mill helps bread-making during lockdownThe popularity of baking bread during coronavirus lockdowns led to an increased demand for flour. Ian Lee gets a tour of a 1,000-year-old mill in Southwest England grinding to rescue with flour power.