Allegheny County Health Department Lifts Coronavirus Order; State Orders Still StandAllegheny County is lifting its coronavirus order, effective immediately.
The Rex Theater's Closing Has Independently-Owned Music Venues On EdgeWord that the iconic Rex Theater is closing has several businesses on edge and concerned about the future of the concert industry.
Pennsylvania Launches New Coronavirus Exposure Notification AppPennsylvania's new coronavirus exposure-notification app is now available on app stores.
UPMC And Carnegie Mellon University Collaborate To Develop Rapid Coronavirus TestThe rapid test can provide results in 10-15 seconds and was developed in an effort between CMU, UPMC, and Pitt.
Incoming Fall Temperatures Threaten Outdoor Dining, And Business Owners Say 50% Indoor Capacity Won't Be EnoughIndoor dining can increase to 50 percent capacity starting Monday, but some restaurant owners say that still won't be enough.
Family Of Vietnam Veteran Shot, Killed By Pennsylvania State Police Files LawsuitThe family of a Butler County man killed by the Pennsylvania State Police in 2018 has filed a lawsuit.
Decision In Front Of Pa. Supreme Court Keeps Counties From Mailing Out BallotsElection day is seven weeks from Tuesday and there’s already a delay in Pennsylvania.
Gov. Wolf Urges Legislature To Pass Election Reform ProposalsGov. Tom Wolf is urging the legislature to quickly pass his plan that he says will make elections safer and more secure.
34-Year-Old Coronavirus Survivor Says She's Still Recovering 5 Months LaterMicaela Ashton spent almost two weeks at UPMC Shadyside fighting for her life with COVID-19.
Police: Estranged Husband, Wife Dead In Apparent Murder-SuicidePolice are investigating after two bodies were found in a home late this morning in Upper St. Clair.
Tuition Insurance Can Help College Students Who Withdraw Due To Coronavirus Get RefundMany students are opting for tuition insurance just in case they get sick.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Pushing To Change Visitation Policies At Long-Term Care FacilitiesSome lawmakers are pushing to make changes with visitation.
Pennsylvania Leaders Meet To Discuss How Start Of School Year Will ProceedWith classes starting again at local schools, state leaders convened one more time.
Wolf Administration Won't Order Sports Cancellation If PIAA Moves Forward With Fall Seasons, Dr. Rachel Levine SaysIf the PIAA votes to go against the governor and play fall sports, the Wolf administration won’t turn its strong “no sports” recommendation into an order.
'Restaurant Revolution:' Several Restaurants Plan To Defy Coronavirus RestrictionsIt was outside of Al's Café in Bethel Park where restaurant owners first gathered earlier this summer to discuss coronavirus restrictions.