Attorney: 5-Year-Old Girl Severely Burned In Classroom Project Doesn't Want To Return To SchoolA 5-year-old girl who suffered second-degree burns in a classroom project gone wrong doesn't want to return to school.
'I Simply Cannot Justify Staying Here': Google Engineer Encourages Workers To Avoid Pittsburgh Over Air Quality ConcernsAn article written by a Google engineer is encouraging other workers to avoid Pittsburgh because of the air quality.
Butler High School Pulls Football Team From WPIALButler High School is pulling their football team out of the WPIAL.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Launches Efforts To Combat Weather-Related Pollution EventsAfter the Air Quality Index showed that the Clairton and Liberty areas had some of the worst conditions in the nation last week, the Allegheny County Health Department says it's launching efforts to combat weather-related pollution events.
Man Suing PWSA Claims He Was Fired For Lawfully Using Medical MarijuanaA former PWSA employee is suing the company because he claims he was fired for using medical marijuana.
Delta Foundation Of Pittsburgh Owes Kesha Nearly $200,000 From Concert Last YearThe Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh still owes Kesha almost $200,000 for her performance last year.
'Pittsburgh Has A Problem With Institutional Racism': Pittsburgh City Councilman Wants To Declare Racism A Public Health Crisis A Pittsburgh city councilman wants to declare racism a public health crisis.
Wounded Marine Vet Thrown Out Of Pittsburgh Bar For Bringing In His Service DogAn ex-Marine who was wounded in Iraq and suffers post-traumatic stress disorder was thrown out of a bar in Beechview Thursday night because he brought his service dog.
Hemp-Drying Facility In Jeannette Shut DownThe troubled Jeannette hemp-drying facility has been shut down by the city.
Driver Causes Massive Damage After Crashing Through Hallmark Store In ButlerA Hallmark is badly damaged after a driver crashed through the front window of the store in Butler.
Amid Parent Concerns, School Shooting Training Is Part Of Pittsburgh Public SchoolsStudents in Pennsylvania are required to learn how to protect themselves in case of a school shooting, but some parents are having their kids skip the training.