Wolf Administration: Help Available As Federal Unemployment Benefits End Sept. 4Hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians will lose federal pandemic unemployment benefits after this week, including an extra $300 per week, an extra 13 weeks of benefits and benefits for the self-employed.
Body Of 21-Year-Old Woman Found, Identified In Ross TownshipPolice say a young woman's body was found in the area of 6th Avenue in the Laurel Gardens neighborhood.
As Debate Over Masks Continues In Schools, Parents Turn To PA CyberAs schools welcome students back, districts are changing their masking guidelines at the last minute.
Dozens Of Cats Removed From Greene County HomeDozens of cats were removed from a home in Greene County Thursday.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny County Health Department Reports Over 300 New Cases, 9 Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 318 new Coronavirus cases and nine additional deaths.
Aspinwall Increases Fines For Driving And Parking Violations For First Time Since 1990sOne local borough is trying to take control of the wheel from unruly drivers.
Fire Guts Mansion Under Construction In Upper St. ClairA building was heavily damaged after a fire in Upper St. Clair.
Pitt Welcomes Back Students With COVID-19 Mitigation Measures In PlaceThe University of Pittsburgh has begun welcoming students back to campus.
Allegheny County Leaders Continue To Push For Vaccinations Amid Delta SurgeWhile COVID-19 numbers are changing in Allegheny County, the message from leaders remains the same: they want people to get vaccinated.
Parents Criticize Pittsburgh Public Schools Leaders During Community HearingParents levied sharp criticism against Pittsburgh Public Schools administrators during a community hearing.
Pennsylvania To Offer Weekly COVID-19 Testing Program For SchoolsPennsylvania Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam has ordered COVID-19 vaccine providers to coordinate with schools to host vaccine clinics.
'We Wish We Had Better News': Allegheny County Leaders Warn Of Rising COVID-19 Cases And HospitalizationsAllegheny County Health Director Dr. Debra Bogen opened her weekly COVID-19 briefing by saying, "I wish I had good news to report today. Sadly I don't."
Violent Weekend Encounter On South Side Caught On Camera, Leads To InvestigationA violent encounter on the South Side has both the Citizen Police Review Board and Pittsburgh Police asking questions.
Pittsburgh Police Investigating Video Of Altercation With Officers On South SideNew video of a brawl involving police is being shared on social media and is raising eyebrows.
Gov. Tom Wolf Announces COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement For State Employees In Health Care FacilitiesPennsylvania is requiring employees at state-run health care and high-risk congregate care facilities to get the COVID-19 vaccine or undergo weekly testing.