Crews Battle Smoky Fire In Pittsburgh's Esplen NeighborhoodFirefighters are at the scene of a fire in Pittsburgh's Esplen neighborhood.
Grocery Stores And Restaurants Facing Temporary Closures As Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusSunday marked one month since Allegheny County entered the 'green' phase of reopening amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
State And County Officials Offer Safety Tips For Fourth Of July TravelWith Pennsylvania seeing spikes in cases but still reopening, officials are offering travel tips for the Fourth of July holiday.
Gov. Tom Wolf Will Sign Police Reform Bills Passed Unanimously By Pennsylvania SenateGov. Tom Wolf will sign the first bills passed by Pennsylvania’s Legislature in response to widespread protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd.
On-Site Alcohol Sales Banned At Bars And Restaurants In Allegheny County Amid Coronavirus SpikeThe on-site consumption of alcohol has been banned at bars and restaurants in Allegheny County as Coronavirus case numbers have spiked within the last week.
3 Monroeville Restaurants Closed Due To Employees Testing Positive For CoronavirusThree restaurants in Monroeville are closed after learning that employees at each location tested positive for coronavirus.
5 Butler County School Districts Join Lawsuit Against JuulFive local school districts have joined a lawsuit against an e-cigarette maker.
3rd Suspect Wanted In Death Of 3-Year-Old Girl In Oakmont Turns Herself Into PoliceAlexis Herrera has turned herself into county police for her involvement in the death of 3-year-old Bella Rae Seachrist.
Carnegie Science Center, Other Museums Putting Safety Precautions In Place Ahead Of ReopeningsThe Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are planning to reopen this week with several new safety precautions in place.
Early Morning Vandergrift Fire Spreads To Nearby Homes, Displaces Several PeopleAbout a dozen people were displaced from their homes following an early morning fire on Tuesday in Westmoreland County.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Issues Response To Demands For Police Accountability From 'Black Activist and Organizer Collective'Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto responded to recent calls for more police accountability.