Pittsburghers Gather At Freedom Corner Before Hitting Streets After Jury Finds Derek Chauvin Guilty In Murder Of George FloydPittsburghers gathered at Freedom Corner after Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the death of George Floyd.
Demand For The COVID-19 Vaccine Slows Dramatically In The Pittsburgh RegionDemand for the COVID-19 vaccine appears to be slowing dramatically in our region.
Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Calls For Peace Following Outcome Of Derek Chauvin Trial, City Leaders Planning For ProtestsPittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich is asking for peace following the outcome of the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
Family Says They Were Escorted Out Of PNC Park By Police Over Mask DisputeA local family says they were ejected from a Pirates game over masking.
'Aaron Donald Was On Mr. Spriggs' Side:' Donald's Defense Attorney Claims He Broke Up FightAccording to Aaron Donald's defense attorney, Donald actually attempted to save DeVincent Spriggs.
Pittsburgh Police Warn Of Severe Consequences For Roaming Packs Of Off-Road VehiclesPittsburgh Police are sending out a warning to those packs of off-road motorcyclists roaring through city streets: cease and desist or face the consequences.
Pittsburgh Police Cars, Ambulances And City Vehicles Changing Colors To Represent Steel Heritage The city of Pittsburgh's police cars, ambulances and fleet cars are getting a new look.
Gov. Wolf Moves Up Vaccine Eligibility Timeline, Pa. Will Open Into Phase 2 On April 13Gov. Tom Wolf says he is moving up the timeline to make all adults eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mon Valley Police Regionalization Hits Wall After 3 Boroughs Drop Out
Long-Time Pirates Usher Phil Coyne, Who Worked Over 6,000 Games, Passes Away At Age 102Long-time Pittsburgh Pirates usher Phil Coyne has passed away at age 102.
Pennsylvania To Launch New Unemployment Compensation SystemThe state is launching a new unemployment compensation system to replace the current one, which an audit described as “held together with bubble gum and rubber bands.”
Air Pollution Watch Issued For Mon ValleyIt's a day of bad air in the Mon Valley.
Amid Fight Over Blight On North Side, Homeowners Say Developer Is Using State Law To Get Control Of PropertiesImagine you’ve lived in your home for decades, paid your taxes and kept it in good shape.
After Pa. Moves To Phase 1B Of Coronavirus Vaccine Rollout, Calls To Open Distribution To All SwellThe state moved to open up vaccination eligibility this week, but there are calls to open up faster.
As Pa. Shifts To Phase 1B, People Not In Phase 1A Or 1B Get Coronavirus Vaccine When Half-Full Clinics Open To AllAs KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports, some people outside of Groups 1A and 1B got a vaccine.