'Drop Your Butts Here': In An Effort To Cut Back On Litter, City Tests Pilot Program On Brookline BoulevardTake a walk down Brookline Boulevard and you’ll find litter: soda cans, food wrappers and cigarette butts line the street.
Western Pennsylvania School For Blind Children Hosts Job Fair As 6 Highly-Trained Teachers Plan To RetireThe Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children is an invaluable resource for children in our community.
2 Long-Time South Side Businesses Close Up Shop, Hopeful For Future Of Empty StorefrontsThings are getting tougher for small business owners on the South Side.
Monessen Mayor Says He Missed Nearly 2 Years Of Meetings To Address Corruption In CityThe mayor of Monessen is telling his side of the story after 18 months of drama with the city council.
Telehealth Technology Virtually Linking Patients And DoctorsThe city of Pittsburgh is known for its yellow bridges, flashy Super Bowl rings and salads with french fries, but now its also leading the way in a new form of medicine: Telehealth.
'Hood Lives Matter': After Backlash, Carnegie Mellon Removes Campus Map That Excluded Predominantly Black NeighborhoodsCMU has issued an apology after a map used by the university that showed campus and the surrounding area omitted predominantly black neighborhoods.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Working With CDC In Case Coronavirus Reaches Western Pa.Carnegie Mellon University health officials are advising students to adhere to the CDC’s elevated travel warning due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.
2 Satellites On Possible Collision Course Directly Above Pittsburgh, Experts Hoping It's A Near MissTwo satellites are on a possible collision course over Pittsburgh, and we have a front row seat.
Holocaust Remembrance Day: Holocaust Center Of Pittsburgh Aiming To EducateToday marks Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Verona Police Officer Accused Of Exchanging Pornographic Images With 16-Year-Old BoyA part-time police officer is facing multiple charges after he allegedly exchanged pornographic images with a 16-year-old boy.
'We're Losing Facilities Like Dominoes': State Senator Says New Bill Could Make Difference In Dire Ventilator ShortageA funding crisis sweeping across the state will soon reach the Pittsburgh area and impact the facilities that care for ventilator-dependent patients.
AG: Woman Arrested For Keeping Sister Locked In A Wooden Cage In The Family's Living RoomA Washington County woman is accused of locking her sister in a wooden cage with a dirty mattress and little-to-no medical care.
Local Massage Therapy Business Wants To Create Relaxing Environment For LGBTQ CommunityA local massage therapy business is looking to create a relaxing, calming and stress-relieving environment for members of the LGBTQ community.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Uses Twitter To Field Questions And Suggestions On How To Improve DistrictIf you ever wonder why the Pittsburgh Public School District makes the decisions it does, now's your chance to offer feedback.
Adopted Puppy Dies In 12-Year-Old Girl's Arms And Now Local Family Is Looking For AnswersFamilies say they adopted puppies from a local animal rescue that were underfed, sick, covered in feces and hours away from death.