'It Was Pretty Dramatic': Wind And Traffic Slow Drivers Down On Busy Travel DayWinds and traffic slowed drivers down on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Pittsburgh Weather: High Winds Affecting Travel In Western Pennsylvania On Day Before ThanksgivingStrong winds are making it difficult to travel around Western Pennsylvania on the day before Thanksgiving.
State-Owned University Faculty to Vote On Contract AgreementThousands of faculty members at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities will be voting later this month on a tentative contract agreement finalized last week.
Cheswick Man Pleads Guilty To Purchasing More Than $34,000 In Stamps With Bad Checks, Reselling Stamps At Pawn Shop To Pay Drug DealerA Cheswick man has pleaded guilty after buying stamps using checks that belonged to two a pair of deceased doctors and reselling those stamps at a pawn shop.
Enrollment Down At 14 Pennsylvania State-Owned UniversitiesEnrollment is down at Pennsylvania's 14 state-owned universities.
Woolly Bear Caterpillar At NWS Predicts Mild Pa. WinterThe woolly bear caterpillar has spoken!
Red Cross Greater Pa. Region Sends More Than 30 Volunteers To Help Hurricane Dorian VictimsVolunteers from the American Red Cross Greater Pennsylvania Region have been deployed to help with Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.
Hold On Tight! Farmers' Almanac Predicts Roller Coaster Winter For Western PennsylvaniaWinter is coming, and the Farmers' Almanac says it could be a long, cold one for Western Pennsylvania.
Thunderstorms, Hail, Flooding Moving Through Western PennsylvaniaSevere weather is making its way through Western Pennsylvania.
Facing Critical Blood Shortage, Red Cross Offers Gift Cards To Entice DonationsThe American Red Cross says they are in urgent need of blood donations, including a critical need for Type O blood.
Western Pa. Essential For Democrats To Win White House In 2020It's no shock to political insiders that Joe Biden would pick western Pennsylvania to help kick off his presidential campaign.
Officials: Overdose Deaths Down Sharply In Western Pa.Federal prosecutors say overdose deaths are down sharply in western Pennsylvania, a positive development in fighting the opioid epidemic.
Wide-Open Congressional Races Kick Off Across Western Pa.Tuesday, Feb. 27, is the first day for candidates to circulate and file nominating petitions to run for Congress in the state's 18 new congressional districts.
Not All Ticks Are Gone Yet In Western PennsylvaniaTicks were a big problem over the summer especially in Western Pennsylvania, but if you thought the cold weather killed them off -- think again.
Energy Secretary: Trump Keeping His Energy Promises To Western Pa.U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry was in the Pittsburgh area Friday, and he spoke to KDKA's Jon Delano about President Trump's pledge to bring energy jobs back to the region.