Pittsburgh-Area High Schools Canceling Activities As Coronavirus Cases Surge In Allegheny CountyLocal high schools are canceling activities as coronavirus cases continue to spike in Allegheny County.
Federal Lawsuit Claims Evidence Was Fabricated In The Wrongful Conviction Of Jordan BrownA federal lawsuit has been filed against four former state troopers and a former state police commissioner for the wrongful conviction of an 11-year-old boy.
Pittsburgh Salon Owner 'Excited' About 'Green' Phase, While Restaurant Owner Says He's 'Gonna Wait And See'Gov. Tom Wolf's announcement Friday was one many area businesses have been anxiously waiting for.
Oakland Avenue Likely To Become Pittsburgh's First Outdoor Cafe After Gov. Wolf OKs Outside DiningIt’s been talked about for weeks, and now it appears outdoor dining will soon be served up in some Pittsburgh neighborhoods.
Body Found As Rescuers Search 2,400-Acre Mingo Creek Park For Missing ManAuthorities in Washington County are combing through Mingo Creek County Park today, looking for a missing person.
2 Lifelong Friends And Local Veterans Nearing Their 100th Birthdays Remember Their Service In WWIINick Scarlatelli is the son of immigrants who grew up in Carrick and enlisted in the Air Force in 1941.
'A Tough Decision': 2020 Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, 'The Largest Autism Fundraiser In The State,' Canceled Because Of CoronavirusThe Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is a ten day summer event that raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for Autism Services.
Urban Redevelopment Authority Approves Plan To Develop Former Civic Arena SiteThe Urban Redevelopment Authority approved plans to develop the former Civic Arena site.
'He's A Great Guy': Robert Levin's $27M Rescue Offer Means Customers, Like One Local Family Who Lost Their Home In A Fire, Get The Furniture They Paid ForRobert Levin says he has reached an agreement to save his company from bankruptcy, and he says that means customers who were ripped off will get what they paid for.
Mayor Bill Peduto Says Big Changes Coming Slowly To Pittsburgh As Allegheny County Enters 'Yellow' PhaseWith Allegheny County moving to the 'yellow' phase on Friday, many are wondering what that means for the City of Pittsburgh.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Experts Believe More Than One-Third Of Restaurants May Never ReopenThe restaurant industry, one of the biggest employers in the region, is now facing dire consequences.
'Zeroed Out': Pittsburgh Is Losing Tens Of Millions Of Dollars In Revenue Amid Coronavirus Pandemic. Can It Be Made Up?Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto warns the city is losing tens of millions of dollars in revenue because of the coronavirus pandemic.
'I'm Out Here Spending It Now': Stimulus Checks Have Been Direct Deposited Into AccountsYou might want to check your bank account today, because many people received their $1,200 stimulus check.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Says Coronavirus Cases Climb To 904, In Addition To 2 More DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting two more Coronavirus-related deaths and 11 additional cases of the virus throughout the county.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Ronald McDonald House No Longer Accepting New Families, Asking For Much-Needed SuppliesThe coronavirus pandemic has forced the Ronald McDonald House to stop accepting new families and reduce volunteer programs.