Allegheny County Police, ME’s Office Collecting For Pets Affected By HurricanesIt’s not just people who are in need after two major hurricanes caused destruction in the south.
Emergency Supplies From Butler County Arrives In TexasButler County residents opened their hearts and wallets, filling a tractor trailer with supplies for victims of Hurricane Harvey, and over the weekend, that trailer arrived in Texas.
Feds, Texas Offer Choices For Students Homeless After HarveyMany families now homeless after Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston area are returning to class on Monday after weeks of delays or interruptions to the school year.
Trump Signs Aid And Debt Bill Over Some GOP ObjectionsDisaster aid is getting a $15.3 billion boost under a bill passed by Congress and signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Jennifer Lawrence Suggest Storms Are 'Mother Nature's Rage'Jennifer Lawrence is facing backlash online for suggesting that monster hurricanes that just devastated Texas and another nearing Florida may have been prompted by Donald Trump becoming president.
Pittsburgh-Area Charities Gearing Up To Help Irma VictimsCharities from our area are already preparing to help victims of Hurricane Irma.
‘A Hundred Times Worse Than On TV’: Houston Family Temporarily Relocates To PittsburghA family from Texas whose home was flooded by Hurricane Harvey is now living here in Pittsburgh for the time being.
Pa. National Guard & Volunteers Head To Texas To Help In Harvey Relief EffortsTwo-Hundred members of the Pennsylvania National Guard are headed to Texas to help with relief efforts following the devastation brought by Hurricane Harvey.
PTL Links: Sept. 5, 2017Some of today's guests/topics include: Allegheny County Bar Association, Heinz History Center, Giant Eagle Market District! Click for more information about today's guests!
$1 Million Winning Powerball Ticket Sold In HoustonAfter all of the devastation Hurricane Harvey has left behind in Houston, someone in the city is about to get some good news.
Mayor: Houston 'Open For Business' Despite Harvey DisasterHouston's mayor insists that America's fourth-largest city is "open for business," but with areas under water, people not yet in their homes, and billions in damage to repair, major disasters that Harvey created are by no means resolved.