South Side Bar Ordered To Shut Down After Inspector Finds 'Well Over' 200 People Inside, No Masks And No Social Distancing A South Side bar was ordered to shut down after an inspector found "well over" 200 people inside, no masks and no social distancing.
Highline To Open With New Elevated Green Space In Pittsburgh's South SidePittsburghers are enjoying the city's outdoor spaces and riverfront now more than ever.
South Side Catholic Parish Holds Annual Cholera Day MassParishioners at Prince of Peace and St. Mary of the Mount Parish held their annual Cholera Day Mass.
On A Positive Note: Pittsburgh Couple Using Garage As Canvas To Spread Love And PeaceA Pittsburgh couple is using their home as a canvas to spread messages of hope.
Pittsburgh Police Searching For Missing 78-Year-Old Willis MorrisPittsburgh Police are looking for a missing 78-year-old man.
Family Pleads For Help Finding Missing Transgender Woman Dawn MansonA heartbroken family is begging for help in finding its missing daughter.
On-Site Alcohol Sales Banned At Bars And Restaurants In Allegheny County Amid Coronavirus SpikeThe on-site consumption of alcohol has been banned at bars and restaurants in Allegheny County as Coronavirus case numbers have spiked within the last week.
Going Green: Customers Eagerly Return To Local Businesses The First Day Of The Green PhaseAllegheny County, along with several other counties, move into the green phase on Friday and businesses are preparing to welcome back customers.
Local Family Protests The Death Of George Floyd Outside FBI Pittsburgh Field OfficeA local family held a demonstration in front of the FBI Pittsburgh Field Office on Friday to protest the death of George Floyd.
WWII Veteran And Former White House Guard From Pittsburgh Celebrates 100th Birthday With Help From City OfficialsA World War II veteran and former White House guard from Pittsburgh celebrated his 100th birthday with help from city officials.
'The New Normal:' South Side, Strip District Seeing Less Foot Traffic Amid Coronavirus OutbreakThe sounds of music and people shopping were noticeably absent in the Strip District as residents of Pittsburgh stayed home Saturday morning.
Coronavirus Concerns Doesn't Stop People From Celebrating St. Patrick's Day On The South SideDespite two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Pittsburgh, people still flocked to the South Side for St. Patrick's Day celebrations.
New Owners Of SouthSide Works Announce Plans For RedevelopmentBig changes and developments are being planned by new owners of the SouthSide Works.
Pittsburgh Officials Urging St. Patrick's Day Celebration SafetyWith thousands expected to show up to the St. Patrick's Day Celebration in the South Side this year, city officials have safety on their minds and that's why once again, they're offering transportation options.
Phone Scammers Targeting Local Restaurants During Busy HoursIt's the timing of a scam that's making it effective against local restaurant owners.