30 Students 'Positively Identified' In Woodland Hills High School Cafeteria BrawlThere are new updates on the investigation into a big cafeteria brawl at Woodland Hills High School earlier this week.
Pa. Departments Of Education And Transportation Working To Address Bus Driver ShortageWith students back in the classroom, Pennsylvania is still facing a school bus driver shortage.
Parents And Coaches Looking To Save Baseball Field At Prospect ParkThe Greater Baldwin Whitehall Athletic Association is looking to halt plans to redevelop Prospect Park.
On A Positive Note: Man Who Suffered Massive Heart Attack Meets First Responders Who Saved His LifeFor people who have experienced a medical emergency, it's not very often they have the chance to meet the men and women who tried to save their life, or better yet, say thank you.
2 Catalytic Converters Stolen From Local BusinessAnother local business has been hit by car part thieves.
Fans Wait Hours For Harry Styles' Pittsburgh Show; COVID-19 Vaccination Or Negative Test RequiredHours before Harry Styles' sold-out Pittsburgh show, which requires proof of a COVID-19 vaccine or negative test, hundreds of fans were already in line.
'We're A Little Fed Up': Some Pittsburgh Public School Staffers Working Beyond Expired Contract Feel UndervaluedHundreds of staffers across Pittsburgh Public Schools continue to work with an expired contract.
Allegheny County Councilmember Makes Another Push For Mandatory Mask-WearingLess than a month after a mask mandate bill introduced by two Allegheny County councilmembers was thrown out, one of them is coming back again with another push for mask-wearing.
Toddler Found Wandering Alone In BraddockA toddler was found wandering through a Braddock alone, wearing nothing but a diaper and a t-shirt.
Feds: Postal Worker Louis Vignone Shot, Killed In Collier Township By Ex-Neighbor Eric KortzA postal worker was shot and killed in Collier Township Thursday morning.
'Misinformation Is Literally Killing People': Allegheny County COVID-19 Cases Are Plateauing But Deaths Remain HighWhile COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County are plateauing, Health Director Dr. Debra Bogen says more people are dying and she's blaming vaccine misinformation.
Northview Heights Residents Concerned About Living Conditions, Demand ChangeA growing number of Northview Heights residents are coming forward with allegations of neglect against the Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh-Area Businesses Impacted By Massive Outage At Facebook And InstagramLocal companies say they were impacted by the global outage that impacted Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
Bethel Park And West Allegheny Football Teams Honors Western Pennsylvania Gold Star FamiliesTwo Pittsburgh-area high school football teams joined forces on the field to support the families of those who fought for our freedom.
2-Way Traffic Returning To East Carson StreetTwo-way traffic is returning to busy East Carson Street on the South Side.