Pa. State Senate Passes Bill Allowing Local Police To Use Radar For Enforcing Speed LimitsMany local police departments across the state could soon use radar to enforce speed limits with a pending bill in the legislature, but it still has a few steps to go through before becoming law.
Vice President Kamala Harris Talks Infrastructure In First Visit To PittsburghVice President Kamala Harris made her first trip to Pittsburgh on Monday.
Judge Denies Robert Bowers' Motion For Govt. To Produce Evidence It Monitored His Online ActivitiesA federal judge has made a decision after Robert Bowers and his legal team made a request in the Tree of Life mass shooting case.
American Airlines Canceling Hundreds Of Flights In Part Due To Labor ShortagesAmerican Airlines is the latest business to be affected by labor shortages -- and the airline is cancelling hundreds of flights as a result.
New Push In Pennsylvania Seeks To Give Frontline Workers A Boost In Hourly PayThe Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry says raising the minimum wage would immediately benefit rural areas.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Looking For Solutions To Bus Driver ShortageAs districts look to next school year, one of our area's biggest districts is looking for solutions to a bus driver shortage.
Staffing Struggles: Pittsburgh City Pools Still Looking For LifeguardsAs summer quickly approaches, Pittsburgh City Council is considering ways to get more lifeguards hired so they can get the pools open.
Pennsylvania Department Of Labor And Industry Launching Text Message Feature For Unemployment SystemBeginning on Thursday, a new text message feature will be available from Pennsylvania for those applying for unemployment.
Third Victim In Deadly Biomat USA Plasma Center Crash IdentifiedThe third victim in the deadly crash that took place in Pittsburgh's Manchester neighborhood has been identified.
Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Updates Guidance For Kids' Summer SportsAs kids get ready for the summer, the CDC has updated its guidance for summer sports and summer camps.
Oral Arguments Begin Today In Case Brought Forth By Butler Area School District Against Gov. Tom WolfOral arguments are set to begin in a lawsuit brought forth by Butler Area School District against Gov. Tom Wolf and his COVID-19 mitigation orders.
Gulf Tower Condemned By City Of Pittsburgh Inspectors Following Electrical Fire Last MonthAn iconic building that is part of Pittsburgh's historic skyline has received some bad news. The Gulf Tower has been condemned.
Shady Side Academy Seniors Convert School Bus Into RV For Cross-Country Road TripTwo local high school students had an overwhelming desire to get out and explore the country.
People Have Until 9 P.M. By Wednesday Night To File Unemployment Claims Ahead Of Planned System OutageAnyone filing for unemployment in Pennsylvania should file by 9 p.m. tomorrow night before the system goes offline for upgrades.
One Man Hospitalized After Being Shot Multiple Times In East PittsburghA state police forensic unit has been called to the scene of a shooting in East Pittsburgh.