Large Water Main Break In St. Clair Leaves Nearly 100 People Without Water ServiceA water main break has shut down Becks Run Road and left nearly 100 people without water service Wednesday.
PASSHE Board Discusses Plans For Students Returning To State-Run Universities In AugustIn less than a month, students will return to the campuses of Pennsylvania's state-run universities.
State And County Officials Say Lag In Coronavirus Test Results Is Due To Increased DemandState and local health officials are experiencing a backlog of coronavirus testing and they say it's due to increased demand.
UPMC Among Locations Taking Part In Phase Three Of Coronavirus Vaccine TrialsUPMC is among 87 locations where the phase three trials of a potential coronavirus vaccine will be taking place.
'These Are Just Crumbs': Allegheny Co. Restaurants And Bars Reopen With Outdoor Dining, But Business Owners Say It Won't Be EnoughEffective Friday, restaurants and bars in Allegheny County are under new restrictions as county leaders work to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Says It Wants Parents To Choose Between Full-Time Online Classes Or Hybrid Learning In The FallPittsburgh Public Schools leaders met virtually Thursday to continue discussions about reopening schools.
Future Uncertain For Local Restaurant Owners As Coronavirus Cases Rise In Southwestern Pa.Owners of restaurants in southwestern Pennsylvania say they're worried what will happen if their businesses are ordered to shut down again.
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.
'Diapers Are Expensive': Pittsburgh-Area Families In Need Wait Hours For Free Diaper Distribution EventFamilies in need will be able to get diapers for their children from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the parking lots of PPG Paints Arena.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Board Hears Resolution That Would Reduce The District's OfficersLater today the Pittsburgh Public Schools Board will hear a resolution to remove or reduce the number of police officers.
Post-Gazette Executive Editor Pens Open Letter, Claims 'A Great Deal Of Disinformation' Over Black Journalists Allegedly Pulled From Covering ProtestsThe Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, in a letter from their executive editor, is saying they took a journalist off of a story for ethical reasons, not racial.
Allegheny County Council Sends Police Reform Bill To CommitteeA bill aimed at reforming the way police use less-lethal force was not voted on during the Allegheny County Council meeting on Tuesday night.
Going Green: Customers Eagerly Return To Local Businesses The First Day Of The Green PhaseAllegheny County, along with several other counties, move into the green phase on Friday and businesses are preparing to welcome back customers.
Allegheny Health Network Takes Coronavirus Mobile Testing Unit To DuquesneAllegheny Health Network wants to expand its COVID-19 testing, so the health system took its mobile testing unit to Duquesne today.
Allegheny Health Network Hosts COVID-19 Mobile Testing Unit In Hill DistrictAllegheny Health Network will have its mobile coronavirus testing unit in the Hill District until 4:00 on Friday.