• Wintry Mix, Rain and Snow on the Way By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    WINTRY MIX, RAIN AND SNOW ON THE WAY

  • Chick-fil-A partners with DoorDash for home delivery By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    CHICK-FIL-A PARTNERS WITH DOORDASH FOR HOME DELIVERY

    Chick-fil-A and DoorDash will give away up to 200,000 chicken sandwiches until Nov. 20 when placing an order through DoorDash.

  • Student's mission to carry on legacy, Live Like Fred By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    STUDENT'S MISSION TO CARRY ON LEGACY, LIVE LIKE FRED

    A humble college freshman is spreading kindness and love, in memory of a Pittsburgh icon.

  • Woman charged in two bank robberies and an attempted bank robbery in the Pittsburgh area By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    WOMAN CHARGED IN TWO BANK ROBBERIES AND AN ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY IN THE PITTSBURGH AREA

    Nicole Lynne Wallace, 34, facing several charges

  • Man dies 10 months after apparently being shot in Beltzhoover By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    MAN DIES 10 MONTHS AFTER APPARENTLY BEING SHOT IN BELTZHOOVER

    Raymond Hodge, 72, passed away on Friday

  • Small dog found tossed in trash can of interstate welcome center By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    SMALL DOG FOUND TOSSED IN TRASH CAN OF INTERSTATE WELCOME CENTER

    “She was freezing, wet, hungry and scared when someone heard her crying and found her in the trash can this morning."

  • Firefighter suffers leg injury at scene of fire in Youngwood By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    FIREFIGHTER SUFFERS LEG INJURY AT SCENE OF FIRE IN YOUNGWOOD

    Fire happened Tuesday night

  • State police investigate stabbing in Westmoreland County By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    STATE POLICE INVESTIGATE STABBING IN WESTMORELAND COUNTY

    Victim was stabbed along Washington Street in Seward

  • 17-year-old charged as adult in alleged rape of 16-year-old at Connellsville library By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    17-YEAR-OLD CHARGED AS ADULT IN ALLEGED RAPE OF 16-YEAR-OLD AT CONNELLSVILLE LIBRARY

    Daquan Dudley allegedly raped girl in basement of library

  • Hall has 2 goals, 2 assists as Devils beat Penguins By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    HALL HAS 2 GOALS, 2 ASSISTS AS DEVILS BEAT PENGUINS

    Penguins F Evgeni Malkin played in his 800th NHL game

    NHL
  • Voters sue Pennsylvania officials over absentee ballot rules By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    VOTERS SUE PENNSYLVANIA OFFICIALS OVER ABSENTEE BALLOT RULES

    A lawsuit claims Pennsylvania sends out absentee ballots too late, preventing some people from returning them in time

  • Social media follower of synagogue shooting suspected arrested By WTAE   -   Nov 14, 2018

    SOCIAL MEDIA FOLLOWER OF SYNAGOGUE SHOOTING SUSPECTED ARRESTED

    The man was arrested after relatives called police

  • Stop the Bleed training helped officers save one another's lives inside Tree of Life By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    STOP THE BLEED TRAINING HELPED OFFICERS SAVE ONE ANOTHER'S LIVES INSIDE TREE OF LIFE

    Stop the Bleed training helped officers to save one another's lives inside Tree of Life

  • Three charged in New Castle triple homicide appear in court Tuesday By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    THREE CHARGED IN NEW CASTLE TRIPLE HOMICIDE APPEAR IN COURT TUESDAY

    Steven Procopio pleaded not guilty, Lori Hammer waived her preliminary hearing and Anthony Cooper was arraigned following extradition.

  • Mayor Peduto submits $571.5 million, no-tax-increase, Pittsburgh budget By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    MAYOR PEDUTO SUBMITS $571.5 MILLION, NO-TAX-INCREASE, PITTSBURGH BUDGET

    Peduto made clear Tuesday that his 2019 budget proposal is about building and rebuilding for the future.

  • Local dog injured in coyote attack By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    LOCAL DOG INJURED IN COYOTE ATTACK

    Coyote sightings becoming more common in the region

  • Pennsylvania reveals it offered $4.6 billion to Amazon over 25 years By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    PENNSYLVANIA REVEALS IT OFFERED $4.6 BILLION TO AMAZON OVER 25 YEARS

    Gov. Wolf's office released a copy of a letter sent to Amazon CEO Jeffrey Bezos, signed by top state lawmakers, with taxpayer-paid...

  • A quiet, sunny and cold day ahead for Wednesday By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    A QUIET, SUNNY AND COLD DAY AHEAD FOR WEDNESDAY

    We could see a wintry mix Thursday

  • Where and when to watch the Leonid meteor shower this weekend By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    WHERE AND WHEN TO WATCH THE LEONID METEOR SHOWER THIS WEEKEND

    The Midwest and Southeast should prepare to stay up late.

  • Jewish Community Center conducts preparedness seminar for Jewish leaders By WTAE   -   Nov 13, 2018

    JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER CONDUCTS PREPAREDNESS SEMINAR FOR JEWISH LEADERS

    More than 100 leaders from Jewish communities across the country and Canada gathered at the JCC