Family Of Woman Missing For Two Weeks Get Sign Of HopeA ping from Laura Graham-Simonetti's cell phone is giving her family hope of bringing her home.
A Floral Designer Is Beautifying The Streets Of New York With Elaborate Displays For Health Care WorkersA florist is beautifying the streets of New York and creating elaborate floral displays for healthcare workers in the city.
New York City Man Arrested For Selling Fraudulent COVID-19 Testing ServicesFollowing a tip from a Western Pennsylvania consumer, a man was arrested for selling fraudulent COVID-19 testing kits.
Coronavirus In NYC: Pittsburgh Airmen Sent To Help Healthcare Providers In New York City10 members of the 911th Airlift Wing with medical experience have been sent to New York City to assist doctors, nurses and first responders.
Commander From Peters Township Is Acting Executive Officer On Navy Hospital Ship In New York CityA U.S. Naval commander from the Pittsburgh area is onboard the hospital that arrived in New York City.
'Mr. Christmas Tree' Roaming The Streets Of New York CityHe calls himself Mr. Christmas Tree and if you're walking around New York City, you can see him roaming the streets.
New York City Ballet Casts 11-Year-Old Girl As Its First Black Lead In 'The Nutcracker'For the first time, New York City Ballet has cast a black Marie in its annual production of "George Balanchine's The Nutcracker," which premiered in 1954.
Documentary About Pittsburgh Wrestling Legend Bruno Sammartino Premieres This WeekA completed 94-minute feature film documentary about Pittsburgh professional wrestling legend Bruno Sammartino is set to premiere this week
Strong Winds May Keep Iconic Balloons Grounded In Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeOfficials in New York may have to ground the balloons in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year due to strong winds in the forecast.
Elaine's Townhouse From 'Seinfeld' For Sale For $8 MillionWant to make your Seinfeld fandom reality? Elaine's townhouse is for sale in New York!
New York Files Federal Lawsuit Against 22 Online E-Cigarette Vendors For Targeting Young PeopleNew York City has filed a federal lawsuit claiming 22 online e-cigarette retailers targeted sales toward young people.
You Can Now Be Fined Up To $250,000 If You Call Someone An 'Illegal Alien' In New York CityNew York City has banned the term "illegal alien" when used "with intent to demean, humiliate or harass a person," the city said.
Pennsylvania Lottery Announces Chance To Win $1 Million On New Year's Eve In NYCIf you are feeling lucky, there is a chance you could win a trip to New York City this New Year's Eve and win $1 million.
Petition To Change Trump Tower Address To President Barack H. Obama AvenueThere's a push to honor former President Barack Obama in New York City.
'Crazy People Do Crazy Things': McKeesport Residents Shocked After Former Neighbor Is Charged In NYC ArsonA McKeesport man is facing a list of serious charges, accused of burning down home in New York City in an alleged attempt to take a rabbi's life.