Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Gov. Wolf Issues Stay-At-Home Order For Allegheny CountyPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has issued a stay-at-home order for Allegheny County.
Allegheny Health Network Announces Changes To Patient Visitation Policy Due To CoronavirusAllegheny Health Network has announced new, temporary restrictions on patient visitation at its hospitals.
'It Has Been A Strange Situation': Woman From Pittsburgh In Italy As Coronavirus Sparks LockdownA woman who grew up in Pittsburgh was supposed to be in Italy until next month, but coronavirus has changed those plans.
Local Couple Aboard Grand Princess As It Docks In Oakland, CaliforniaA local couple was aboard the Grand Princess cruise as it docked with 19 crew members and two passengers exposed to COVID-19.
How Parents Can Talk To Their Kids About Coronavirus OutbreakWith scenes of the coronavirus appearing everywhere, these can be scary times, especially for the young.
Schools Utilizing Disinfectant Manufactured In Moon Twp. To Sanitize BuildingsThe head custodian in the Beaver Area School District and his staff disinfect the school buildings and the administration offices four times a year with BactroKill, a disinfectant manufactured by a local company.
‘Everyone Can Do Their Part’: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Prepping For ‘Emerging Public Health Threat’ Of CoronavirusWhile there are still no confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Pennsylvania, the Allegheny County Health Department is making preparations should the virus show up and begin spreading locally.
'It's Important Not To Panic': Local Doctor Talks Coronavirus Preparedness“It’s important not to panic," a local doctor says of COVID-19.
Vincentian Academy Community Reacts To School ClosingThe Vincentian Academy community is reacting to the school closing at the end of this academic year.
Westmoreland Co. Teen Who Was 14 When He Killed Mom, Brother Pleads Guilty But Mentally IllA western Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to two concurrent prison terms of 30 years to life in the slayings of his mother and younger brother more than three years ago when he was 14 years old.
Pittsburgh Libraries Adapting To Changes In TechnologyLibraries are doing everything they can to keep people coming back.