'A Lot Of Social Media, Very Obscure And Boring Movies': After 14 Days Of Self-Isolation, Mayor Bill Peduto Looks To What's Next For PittsburghAfter 14 days in isolation, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is finally out of his house.
Coronavirus In Fayette County: Local Distillery Making Hand Sanitizer As Demand SkyrocketsOne local business is switching from distilling moonshine to making sanitizers to help first responders and hospitals in need.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: How To Avoid Scams During OutbreakScammers and cybercriminals are out in full force.
Hundreds Wait In Line For Hours In Pittsburgh Zoo Parking Lot For Coronavirus Screening, Many Turned AwayThe Central Outreach Wellness Center held a coronavirus drive-thru testing clinic in the Pittsburgh Zoo parking lot.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Pastor, 2 Parishioners At East Liberty Church Test Positive For COVID-19The pastor and two parishioners from Eastminster Presbyterian Church in East Liberty are in self-isolation after testing positive for coronavirus.
Thief Breaks Into Local Pizza Shop That Was Giving Out Free Lunches To People In NeedPolice in Plum are searching for a thief who used a rock to break into a local pizza shop.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Blood Drives Canceled, Creating Shortage At Donation CentersNews of coronavirus quickly canceled hundreds of blood drives across the Pittsburgh area.
Coronavirus In Allegheny County: Sheriff's Office Closes Gun Permit Office For 2 WeeksThe Allegheny County Sheriff's Office is shutting down its gun permit office for two weeks.
Police Arrest 23-Year-Old Man Accused Of Killing Youth Football CoachLaw enforcement officials converged on a neighborhood in Mt. Oliver with guns drawn early Wednesday afternoon.
Excela Health Westmoreland Hospital Prepares 'Negative-Pressure Rooms' For Coronavirus PatientsThe spread of the coronavirus did not yet creep into Westmoreland County, but the largest hospital in the area wants the public to know: it’s prepared.
More Than $5.4M From Tree Of Life Donations To Go Victims' Families, Survivors, Congregations And First RespondersThe more than $5.4 million donated to the Tree of Life following the massacre in 2018 will be distributed to victims' families, survivors, congregations and first responders.