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‘Code Blue’ declared for Wednesday night through Friday morning in Allegheny County, Pittsburgh
A “Code Blue” action has been declared by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and Pittsburgh.
Unpaid nursing home workers walk off job at Jefferson Hills Healthcare and Rehabilitation
JEFFERSON HILLS, Pa. — A large banner stands outside Jefferson Hills Healthcare and Rehabilitation on Old Clairton Road, saying "hiring." Staff members say that's because some of their former coworkers walked off the job due to delayed paychecks or none at all. Several employees tell Pittsburgh's Action News 4...
Discover the Flavor of McKeesport: 3 Pizzas You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore three exceptional pizzerias in McKeesport. Have you had the opportunity to taste their delicious offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Strong storms moving through this morning; temperatures plummet this afternoon
Rain and storms to start the day Wednesday with a fast drop in temperatures for the afternoon and evening.
Double Tree Hotel next to Monroeville Convention Center closing its doors
Employees tell us they found out over text message today that the Double Tree Hotel would close at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Rescued Alligator Dies In Fire At Reptile Facility
An alligator that was captured by authorities in neighboring Armstrong County earlier this month has died as a result of a recent fire. According to our news partners at WPXI-TV, a fire broke out at Nate’s Reptile Rescue in South Park Township, Allegheny County on Tuesday. Alligator “Neo” was...
Impact Day: Storms, high winds to lead to drop in temperatures, possible flurries
Wednesday is an Impact Day in the Pittsburgh area. Chief Meteorologist Mike Harvey said that temperatures are expected to drop as a cold front arrives around noon Wednesday, with temperatures dropping off about 30 degrees in six to eight hours to reach the freezing mark. Rain will move in Wednesday...
Car-sized sinkhole shuts down part of McKeesport road
A sinkhole has shut down a portion of an Allegheny County road.
More rain, storms possible overnight through lunchtime Wednesday
Another round of rain and storms will be possible again overnight through lunchtime Wednesday.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (2/28)
Severe weather alert! Tornadoes wreak havoc in Ohio as a storm system brings heavy rain and lightning to the region. Watch for intensifying conditions with potential threats diminishing as yellows merge with reds on the radar. Stay tuned for live updates on the approaching storms in Beaver, Washington, and Allegheny Counties.
Pittsburgh police find missing, endangered 11-year-old boy
UPDATE: He has been located and is safe, according to police.
Pittsburgh police won't send officers to certain emergency calls, will redirect to telephone unit
Certain lower-priority emergency calls in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will be redirected to the police bureau's Telephone Reporting Unit as of Monday.
Pittsburgh Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Pittsburgh witnessed a total of 5 reported crime cases. The crimes reported were of varying severity, ranging from shootings to an arrest, an assault, and a missing person case categorized as 'Other'. The most common type of crime was shooting, accounting for 2 of the 5 cases. The other types of crimes, including an arrest, assault, and 'Other' each made up a single case. The 'Other' case involved a missing 11-year-old juvenile, an incident that adds a concerning dimension to the overall crime situation. The diverse nature of these crimes indicates a broad spectrum of criminal activity in the place, with the most severe being the shootings. The data underscores the imperative need for effective crime prevention strategies in Pittsburgh.
High school scores, summaries and schedules for Feb. 27, 2024
Baldwin (18-6) vs. Upper St. Clair (19-5) at Petersen Events Center, 7 p.m. Mt. Lebanon (21-4) vs. Central Catholic (15-9) Moon (22-3) vs. Franklin Regional (23-2) at Petersen Events Center, 9 p.m. Third place. Wednesday’s schedule. Thomas Jefferson (21-4) at Shaler (22-3), 8 p.m. Fifth place. Wednesday’s schedule.
2nd man charged after law enforcement officers shot at in Stowe Township
A second man has been charged in connection to the 2023 attempted shooting of law enforcement officers in Stowe Township.
Bite into Delight: The 3 Sandwich Wonders of North Versailles
In this article, we're going to explore three enticing sandwiches found in North Versailles. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Clairton Police looking to identify boy found wandering alone
Police are looking for identify a young boy who was found walking outside by himself with no shoes or socks in Clairton. Clairton Police say the boy was found in the 900 block of Vankirk Street.
Harmful ‘forever chemicals’ detected near Pittsburgh wastewater treatment plants
A new report found heightened levels of PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” near several of Pittsburgh’s wastewater treatment plants. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, commonly known as PFAS or forever chemicals, are a class of human-made chemicals made up of bonds that do not fully break down naturally — thus, they exist forever.
PNC loophole preventing return of $14,000 hacked from checking account, couple says
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Pa. — In October 2022, Danielle Wible drove right to her PNC Bank in McMurray after she got a troubling phone call. "A year ago," she said, "PNC called me and said it was the fraud department. (They) said, 'We need to go over, verify a couple of these charges.' And the first one was an engine for $5,000.