New Castle Mom Calls For Relaxed Restrictions On Fans After Son's Season Ends Without Her In StandsOne local mother is advocating for more relaxed restrictions on fans at sporting events after her son suffered a season-ending injury.
Pa. AG Warns Large Gatherings During Legal Battle Over Orders 'Will Result In People's Deaths' From CoronavirusPennsylvania’s top lawyer is asking a federal judge to retain Gov. Tom Wolf’s limits on crowd size, at least for now.
What Happens If Your Blood Donation Tests Positive For Coronavirus Antibodies?Some people are finding out that they're positive for coronavirus when they go to donate blood or plasma.
Lawmakers Urge Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Focused On School Sports DecisionsState House members are calling on Gov. Tom Wolf to sign a bill to allow local leaders to make decisions on high school sports.
Mayor Peduto Says City Is Working On Plans To Allow Trick-Or-Treating 'In A Safe Way'Communities and municipalities around the region are grappling with whether to allow trick or treating this Halloween.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 776 New Coronavirus Cases And 28 More Deaths StatewideThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 776 new cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday and 28 additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 73 More Coronavirus Cases, Countywide Case Total Rises To 11,431The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 73 new Coronavirus cases out of 1,210 test results, and no additional deaths.
A Home Opener Like Never Before: Will Fans Be Able To Tailgate Before The Steelers First Home Game?There won't be fans inside Heinz Field before the home opener against the Broncos but will they be able to celebrate the return of football outside?
Furniture Store Owner Testifies Shutdown Order Cost Him 50% Of His RevenueA Butler furniture store owner said the shutdown orders cost him 50% of his revenue.
Penn State Announces More Than 400 Students Test Positive For CoronavirusMore than 400 additional students at Penn State's main campus have tested positive for coronavirus.
First Free Coronavirus Testing Site In Western Pa. OpensIt's a first for Southwestern Pennsylvania. A Coronavirus testing site will open in Allegheny County -- aiming to serve hundreds of patients per day. The best part is that it's free to everyone.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 1,151 New Coronavirus Cases And 6 More Deaths StatewideThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 1,151 new cases of Coronavirus on Tuesday and six additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 90 More Coronavirus Cases, 1 Additional DeathThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 90 new Coronavirus cases out of 926 test results, and one additional death.
University Of Pittsburgh Scientists Discover Biomolecule That May Neutralize CoronavirusPitt scientists have isolated a biomolecule that "completely and specifically" neutralizes the virus that causes coronavirus.
UPMC Officials To Hold Press Conference After Researchers Make Possible Major Breakthrough In Fight Against CoronavirusIt's shaping up to be a big day in the fight against COVID-19.