Pittsburgh Fireworks Task Force To Crack Down On Illegal Fireworks This July 4th WeekendWith many fireworks shows around the country having been canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, safety officials are concerned there will be a spike in fireworks-related injuries this summer.
'This is What Happens When People Don't Follow The Rules'; July 4th Plans In Allegheny Co. Put On Hold As Coronavirus Cases Continue To RiseAs we head into the July 4th holiday weekend, plans may need to change around Allegheny County as the Health Department took steps to curb the spread of COVID-19.
'Potential Death Sentence': Allegheny Co. Businesses Speak Out Against On-Site Alcohol Ban Issued By OfficialsAt five o clock Tuesday afternoon, happy hour will be no more in Allegheny County.
Allegheny County Health Officials Recommending 14-Day Quarantine, Testing After Traveling Out Of State As Coronavirus Cases Spike In Pittsburgh AreaAs people are taking their summer vacations, the Allegheny County Health Department is putting new recommendations in place for travelers.
Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh To Hold Memorial Mass For Those Unable To Have Had Funerals During Coronavirus PandemicThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh will be holding a memorial mass for those who have died during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Pittsburgh Promise Honors Class Of 2020 At PPG Paints ArenaAs the Coronavirus pandemic continues to create a new normal for graduations and celebrations, the Pittsburgh Promise honored their senior class Saturday.
Police Make Arrest In 2019 Fatal Shooting, Suspect Facing Homicide And Gun ChargesAn arrest has finally been made in a deadly shooting that took place in Pittsburgh's Larimer neighborhood in 2019.
Pres. Donald Trump's Campaign Dismisses Joe Biden's Comments About Making Face Masks Required In Public
'It Would Smell Really Bad': Volunteers Work To Cleanup Lake Elizabeth In Allegheny CommonsA couple dozen volunteers gathered to do some “summer cleaning” on the city’s North Side Tuesday morning.
Pa. Senate Committees Pass Police Reform Bills, Will Go To Full Senate For VotePolice policy reform is another step closer in Pennsylvania.
'They Are There To Protect Us, But That’s Not What They’re Doing': Protesters Call For Police To Be Removed From Pittsburgh Public Schools"No police in schools" -- that’s the message of a protest scheduled for Monday afternoon.
More Than 4,000 Close Contacts Of Coronavirus Exposure Identified Through Contact Tracing In PennsylvaniaAs Coronavirus cases in our area remain steady, the State Department of Health has released details on contract tracing.
'People Are Screaming For Reform': State Legislation Following Antwon Rose's Death 2 Years Ago Expected To Be On Gov. Wolf's Desk SoonFriday marks two years since Antwon Rose II was shot and killed by an East Pittsburgh Police Officer.
'A Lot Of Businesses Are Second, Third, Fourth Generation': Plans To Develop More Buildings In The Strip Leave Small Business Owners Hoping They Aren't Driven OutThe Strip District continues to be a hotbed for development.
What Was A Black Bear Doing Roaming Around Pittsburgh's Highland Park Neighborhood?It was the video everyone was talking about yesterday: a bear roaming through the city’s Highland Park neighborhood.