Tony Mowod, Pittsburgh Radio And Jazz Legend, Dies At 85Tony Mowod's voice left a lasting impact on the jazz community.
COVID-19 In Allegheny County: Gianna Via's Keeps Doors Open For Indoor Dining Despite Being Ordered To CloseGianna Via's in Whitehall has remained open for indoor dining despite being ordered to close by the Allegheny County Health Department.
Drive-By Birthday Party Held For 95-Year-Old WWII Veteran In Allegheny Co.He is one of the last surviving combat veterans of World War II. This weekend, Bernie Hoffman turned 95 years old.
Diocese Of Greensburg Announces Monsignor Larry Kulick As New BishopPope Francis has named Larry Kulick the newest bishop of the Diocese of Greensburg.
As New Charges Expected Against Another Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Suspect, Pittsburgh-Area Family Still Seeks JusticeDecember 21 will mark the 32nd anniversary of the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Community Groups Have Questions About Amazon Bringing Distribution Center To LawrencevilleSome community groups are concerned about Amazon's impact on Lawrenceville.
Washington County Detective Involved In Fatal Pedestrian AccidentAn on-duty Washington County detective was involved in a fatal accident with a pedestrian.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: New Restrictions Won't Be A 'Shutdown,' Says Allegheny County Executive Rich FitzgeraldNew restrictions aimed at flattening the curve are now expected Thursday, with Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald saying he wouldn't call it a "shutdown."
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Southwestern Hospitals Will Have Staffing Shortages In The Next Week, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine SaysPennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said some southwestern Pennsylvania hospitals will have staffing shortages in the next week.
Pittsburgh Promise Reaches 10,000th Scholarship MilestoneThe Pittsburgh Promise, a program designed to give college scholarships to every Pittsburgh Public Schools student who works for it, has reached an amazing milestone.
Bar Owners Say Thanksgiving Eve's Early Last Call Will Hurt BusinessThe last call for alcohol went out at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.