Independent Mediator Pays Out Over $19M To Victims Of Pittsburgh Diocese Clergy Sexual AbuseAn independent mediator paid out over $19 million to victims of sexual abuse by clergy in the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
PennDOT Avoids Major Shutdown But Needs Long-Term Funding FixThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has avoided a major shutdown. PennDOT had originally said it expected to run out of money Dec. 1.
How To Help Others In Need On Giving TuesdayThe Tuesday after Thanksgiving is known as Giving Tuesday.
Medical Experts Warn Of Possible Post-Thanksgiving Coronavirus Surge After Record Number Of TravelingWith Thanksgiving now in the rearview mirror, medical experts are now warning another surge could be on the horizon.
Safety Precautions And Minimal Lines Highlight Black Friday 2020 In Pittsburgh AreaWith empty parking lots and short lines, Black Friday 2020 was something of a blackout.
Pittsburgh Dry Ice Supplier Ready To Meet Rise In Demand With Cold Requirements For Pfizer COVID-19 VaccineCompanies manufacturing coronavirus vaccines are working closely with federal and state leaders to create a distribution plan.
Psychiatrists Say High Levels Of Stress Can Have Serious Impact On Physical HealthPsychiatrists say if you do not find ways to manage your mental health now, it could impact your physical health later.
Flock Of Aggressive Wild Turkeys Terrorizing Residents In WhitehallResidents in Whitehall say they are being terrorized by a flock of aggressive turkeys.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Shows Up To 90% Efficacy In TrialsResearchers have been scrambling for a possible solution to end the pandemic for several months. And now there are three.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Holiday Season Has Potential To Spread Virus 'Like Wildfire,' Doctor SaysA Pittsburgh-area doctor has a grim and sobering reminder of how important it is to stay home this holiday season.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny County Issues Stay-At-Home Public Health AdvisoryThe Allegheny County Health Department is enacting a stay-at-home advisory, saying people should only leave their homes for work, school and essential activities
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Businesses Self-Imposing Restrictions As Cases SurgeSome Pittsburgh businesses are imposing their own coronavirus restrictions to keep people protected.
Expect Delivery Delays For Online Shopping Orders During Holidays, Shipping Analysts SayWith record-shattering coronavirus cases pushing people back inside their homes, most holiday shopping is now being done online.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Retailers Discourage Panic BuyingPittsburgh-area retailers are warning against panic buying as coronavirus cases rise.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: PPS To Return To Fully Remote Learning Amid COVID-19 PandemicPittsburgh Public Schools will return to fully remote learning next week as Coronavirus cases in the area continue to surge.