As Gun Violence Increases, Families Of Victims Feel Their Loved Ones Are Being Treated As Case NumbersPeople are looking for answers as gun violence happens on the streets.
'The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Not Over,' Pennsylvania Health Leaders SayDespite the virus falling from the headlines, it's still at the front of health leaders' minds.
Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Paying Struggling Restaurants To Provide For Food Insecure CommunitiesHeading into the slowest month for this industry, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership has started a new program that is helping both the restaurants and people in need.
Friends Of Victims Remember The Lives Of Those Lost In Biomat USA Plasma Center CrashThose that worked with the two people killed in the Biomat USA Plasma Donation Center say that they were beloved.
Pennsylvania Commission On LGBTQ Affairs Addresses COVID-19 Vaccine HesitancyState organizations are teaming up with medical leaders to address vaccine hesitancy for different communities. On Thursday the Pennsylvania Commission on LGBTQ Affairs stepped up to the plate for the conversation.
Dick's Sporting Goods, McKeesport Area School District Offer 'Once-In-A-Lifetime' Summer ProgramFrom yellow to blue, paint quickly fills a canvas in front of an animated audience of elementary students.
Mt. Oliver Mayor-Elect Looks To Curb ViolenceIt’s a small borough nestled in the middle of Pittsburgh’s city neighborhoods, but Mt. Oliver comes with its own set of challenges.
Police: Man Shot While Trying To Break Into Ex-Girlfriend's Mt. Oliver ApartmentAllegheny County Police say the man who was shot Tuesday morning while trying to break into a Mt. Oliver apartment building was the victim’s former boyfriend.
17-Year-Old Boy Shot Nearby Sto-Rox High School Stadium Cuts All-Star Football Game ShortPolice say a 17-year-old boy was shot near the Sto-Rox High School stadium tonight. There was an all-star football game going on, but it was cut short.
After A Year Of Challenges, Pittsburgh Public Schools Sees Return To Normal On The HorizonThe year was filled with ups and downs, especially for school districts with teachers and students balancing the constant changes from online learning to in-person.
State Rep. Dan Frankel Proposes Changes At State Level To Curb Gun ViolenceHomicide detectives are busy in the city and county after multiple shooting deaths in just the last few weeks.