Health Department: Allegheny Co. Resident Diagnosed With MeaslesAn Allegheny County resident has been diagnosed with measles.
Allegheny County's Air Quality Improved In 2018, Health Dept. SaysAllegheny County’s air quality improved during 2018, according to new health department data.
Rabid Raccoon Discovered In Frick ParkThe Allegheny County Health Department has confirmed that a raccoon brought to one of its facilities has tested positive for rabies.
Health Dept.: 2 Additional Flu Deaths Reported In Allegheny CountyThe Allegheny County Health Department says two additional flu deaths have been reported in the county.
U.S. Steel Faces $700K Fine From Allegheny Co. Health Dept.U.S. Steel is facing a $707,568 fine from the Allegheny County Health Department.
Health Dept.: Live Mouse, Nesting Materials Found In Boxes Of Noodles At West Homestead RestaurantThe Allegheny County Health Department says a West Homestead restaurant is dealing with an active mouse infestation.
Shortage Of Restaurant Inspectors Could Threaten Food Safety At RestaurantsThe number of health inspectors in Allegheny County is down 20 percent -- causing concern over food safety at restaurants.
Health Dept.: Raccoon In Monroeville Tests Positive For RabiesThe Allegheny County Health Department says a dead raccoon found on Beatty Road near Cooper Road tested positive for rabies.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 3 More Flu-Related DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department says three more people have died from complications of the flu.
U.S. Steel Appealing Health Dept. Order To Reduce EmissionsU.S. Steel is appealing an Allegheny County Health Department order to reduce coke oven gas and sulfur emissions across all facilities.
County Orders U.S. Steel To Reduce Air Pollution In Mon ValleyThe Allegheny County Health Department says U.S. Steel's three Mon Valley Works facilities are in violation of permits for daily sulfur dioxide emissions.
Health Dept.: Feral Cat Tests Positive For Rabies In Frazer TownshipA feral cat that was captured in Frazer Township is the latest animal in Allegheny County to test positive for rabies.
2nd Death In Allegheny County Due To Flu ConfirmedThe second flu death in Allegheny County this year was reported on Tuesday after a male in his mid-70s died recently due to flu complications.
Health Department Confirms Raccoon Is 4th In Allegheny County To Test Positive for Rabies This YearNorth Versailles Township residents near the intersection of Maryland Avenue and Westbury Road should be extra cautious of stray and wild animals after a raccoon captured in that area tested positive for rabies.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman Tours Clairton Coke Works, Gets Update On RepairsLt. Gov. John Fetterman visited the Clairton Coke Works facility Friday where he got an update on ongoing repairs after a fire there last year.