Pennsylvania Officials Recapture Nearly $800 Million In Unemployment Benefits From FraudstersPennsylvania officials recaptured nearly $800 million of unemployment benefits that fraudsters were trying to steal.
FEMA Program To Reimburse Families' Funeral Expenses For COVID-19 Related Deaths
Beloved Family-Owned Flower Shop Says They Will 'Re-Bloom' After FireIt's a staple in the community and following a fire, the owners of Lea's Floral Shop in East McKeesport have pledged to rebuild.
Coronavirus Cases Spike In Allegheny County Despite Increase In Access To VaccinationsCoronavirus cases spiked in Allegheny County on Friday despite increasing access to vaccinations.
Thousands To Get Single-Dose Shots At Pittsburgh's Largest Johnson & Johnson Vaccine ClinicSo far, people at the largest Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic in the region to date say that the vaccination process is going smoothly.
More Than 650 Cases Of U.K. Coronavirus Variant Reported In Pa.The CDC wants to keep an eye on a coronavirus variant originating in the United Kingdom.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Business Owners Happy With Relaxed RestrictionsApril 4 was a day business owners had been waiting for - an easing of COVID-19 restrictions across Pennsylvania.
'Everyone Was Expecting It:' University Of Pittsburgh Seeing Spike In COVID-19 CasesDespite a shelter-in-place being in effect on Pitt's campus, the recent week has seen a surge in COVID-19 cases.
CDC Updates Travel Guidance For People Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19The CDC has updated travel guidance for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
CDC Issues New Guidelines On How To Celebrate Easter Holiday SafelyThe Easter holiday will look different again this year.
Pitt Students To Shelter-In-Place Due To Rising COVID-19 Case CountsPitt is telling students to shelter-in-place starting at 9 p.m. Wednesday.
'Safety Is Of The Utmost Importance:' Firearms Instructors Preach Responsibility And Safety For Gun OwnersIn the wake of a child being accidentally shot in Monroeville, gun experts are helping to promote safety and training.
National Day Of Action: Pittsburgh Among Cities Nationwide Standing Up Against Asian HatePeople across western Pennsylvania and the United States rallied on Saturday morning, calling for an end to rise in violence and hate against the Asian-American community.
Families Picking Up The Pieces After Tree Falls Onto 2 Homes In OakmontMany are cleaning up after vicious winds toppled trees onto roads, power lines and homes throughout western Pennsylvania.
Power Companies On Standby For Possible Power Outages Due To High WindsPower companies and first responders are on standby for possible downed trees and power outages.