Man Charged In Shots Fired Outside Waterworks WalmartA man is facing charges after an argument inside the Waterworks Walmart led to shots fired in the parking lot last month.
Man Accused Of Threatening Rep. Pam Snyder's Office Headed For TrialA man is headed for trial on charges that he threatened the office of State Rep. Pam Snyder.
State Senate Committee Advances Constitutional Amendment Against AbortionA Republican-backed amendment declaring there is no constitutional right to abortion has advanced to the full state Senate.
Westmoreland County Woman Charged In Credit Card Fraud Scheme That Spanned The GlobeA woman from Westmoreland County is accused of taking part in a credit card fraud scheme that spanned the globe.
Study: Most Americans Do Not Have $1,000 Cash On Hand For EmergenciesMost Americans do not have the cash on hand to cover an emergency expense of $1,000, a new study reports.
As Youth Violence Surges, Community Leaders And Street Outreach Workers Look For AnswersCommunity leaders met with street outreach workers to talk about answers as youth violence surges.
FDA Halts Use Of 2 Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Shown To Struggle Against OmicronThe Food and Drug Administration announced Monday the removal of two monoclonal antibody treatments after evidence showed they’re less effective against the Omicron variant.
Snow-Covered Roads and Sidewalks Still An Issue In Some Pittsburgh NeighborhoodsThere are sidewalks and streets across the city of Pittsburgh that haven’t been plowed or salted.
Pittsburgh Civil Rights Icon Alma Speed Fox DiesAlma Speed Fox, an icon of the Civil Rights Movement in Pittsburgh, has died at the age of 98.
Brashear High School Principal Put On Administrative Leave Following Hallway BrawlThe principal of Brashear High School has been placed on administrative leave following a violent incident among students last week that sent one teen to the hospital.
COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations Declining In Pennsylvania But Health Officials Urge CautionCOVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Pennsylvania are declining, but health officials are warning it's too early to say the surge is over.