Pittsburgh Weather: Winter Storm To Pack Wallop As It Moves Into Western Pa., Through StateMost of Pennsylvania is under a Winter Storm Watch ahead of a weekend storm that could pack a wallop of snow, followed by bitter cold and high winds, making travel hazardous.
Franklin Park Borough Council Votes 4-2 Against Fracking Lease Deal With PennEnergyThe debate over fracking moved closer to the city of Pittsburgh Wednesday as Borough Council in Franklin Park brought the issue to a vote.
Officials: Crime Rates Decrease Again In The CityMayor Bill Peduto, Pittsburgh Police and Pittsburgh Public Safety officials say the city's crime rates decreased once again in 2018, even with the tragic murders of 11 people at the Tree of Life Synagogue last fall.
Pittsburgh International Airport Providing Free Lunches To Unpaid TSA Agents, Federal WorkersAs the government shutdown continues to stretch on, Pittsburgh International Airport has decided to provide an act of kindness to the TSA agents working without pay right now.
National Aviary Introduces New Golden Eagle Ambassador, AutumnThe National Aviary on Pittsburgh's North Side has a new ambassador named Autumn.
Riverhounds Teaching Brashear HS Students Soccer Skills With 'Sub In For Gym Class' InitiativeThe Riverhounds players and staff members are visiting Brashear High School as part of the club's Sub in for Gym Class initiative.
'Stronger Than Hate' T-Shirt Proceeds Donated To Tree Of Life SynagogueA local company gave money raised from the sale of “Stronger Than Hate” T-shirts to the Tree of Life Synagogue and the shooting survivors.
CORE Volunteers Deliver Gift Bags To Patients Waiting For Life-Saving TransplantsThere currently are more than 100,000 people in the United States waiting for a life-saving organ transplant.