Teenager Rewarded With Car, College Scholarship After Spending 10 Hours Cleaning Hometown After ProtestsAn 18-year-old high school senior saw that there was damage all over his hometown, so he took the streets to clean up. He was rewarded for his efforts.
Pennsylvania Teaming Up With New York And 3 Other States To Purchase Items To Help Fight CoronavirusPennsylvania is teaming with Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, and New Jersey to purchase critical supplies to fight coronavirus.
'Heroes Of UPMC': Pittsburgh Health Care Professionals Work Virtually With New York Hospital To Save Lives, Beat CoronavirusDoctors and nurses here have electronically connected with their colleagues in New York to help save lives.
Airmen From 911th Airlift Wing Sent To New York And New Jersey To Assist In Coronavirus ResponseTwo airmen from the 911th Airlift Wing are assisting with the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials: Man Hides Coronavirus Symptoms To Visit Wife In Maternity WardA man who was feeling sick attempted to hide his coronavirus symptoms so he could see his expectant wife in the maternity ward, according to officials at an upstate New York hospital.
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.
‘Open Hunting Season On Jews’: Rabbi Myers Outraged Over Rise In Violence, HateRabbi Jeffrey Myers is condemning violence against people of the Jewish faith following an attack over the weekend at a Chanukah celebration in New York.
Pittsburgh Jewish Community Standing In Solidarity With Victims Of New York AttacksDuring a menorah in Pittsburgh tonight, the Jewish community expressed their support for the victims of the attacks in New York.
Bagel Shop Manager Drives From NY To Pa. To Return Customer's Key FobA bagel shop manager in New York drove to Pennsylvania to return a key fob that a customer had left in his shop on Long Island.
Storm Dislodges Barge Stuck On Rocks Above Niagara Falls For More Than A CenturyU.S. parks officials are monitoring a century-old grounded barge that briefly broke loose during a storm last week in the river just above Niagara Falls.
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.