Crews Respond To House Fire Along Penn Avenue In LawrencevilleFirefighters responded to the scene of a house fire along Penn Avenue early Monday morning.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Local Business Starts Making Masks For Senior CitizensAs the number of cases of COVID-19 continues to grow in our area, so do the stories of the people helping others.
Restrictions Introduced To Control Traffic To Local Food BankThe City of Duquesne Police Department is restricting traffic to control lines to the Greater Community Food Bank.
Police: Local Man Shot In LegPittsburgh Police are investigating after a man was shot in the leg late this morning in the Hill District.
Community Rallies Around Local Animal Shelter Hit By Major FloodingThe Orphans of the Storm animal shelter is recovering after being hit with massive flooding from storms on Saturday.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Governor Wolf Requests Major Disaster Declaration From President TrumpGovernor Wolf requested a major disaster declaration from President Trump today, according to a new release from Harrisburg.
City Of Pittsburgh Trash Pickup To Continue MondayCity of Pittsburgh crews will continue collecting trash on Monday.
City Of Monessen Urging The Use Of 'Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservation Act'The City of Monessen is encouraging the usage of the 'Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservation Act' in an effort to begin to tackle blight.
Local Deli Provides Lunch For City Of McKeesport Police DepartmentLampert's Deli Express provided lunch today for the McKeesport Police Department.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Port Authority Reduces Customer Service HoursPort Authority announced that it will be reducing its customer service hours "due to ongoing events."
Coronavirus In Allegheny County: Bethel Park Establishes Community Helpline For Those In NeedBethel Park announced Friday that a community helpline had been set up to help the members of the municipality during the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Visitors Litter, Vandalize State ParksAs many people head to state parks to exercise and get out of their houses, park officials say some are leaving trash and vandalizing spaces.
Coronavirus Closures: Pittsburgh Public Schools To Stay Closed Through April 14Pittsburgh Public Schools will stay closed until April 14.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Information On State Prison Cases To Be Made Available OnlineThe Department of Corrections announced it will share regular updates about the coronavirus in the state prison system via its website.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Beaver, Centre, Washington Counties Added To Stay At Home ListGovernor Wolf is issuing a stay-at-home order today for Beaver, Centre and Washington Counties, according to a new release from Harrisburg.