• Scattered Showers This Sunday By WTAE   -   Jun 24, 2018

    SCATTERED SHOWERS THIS SUNDAY

    Scattered Showers Sunday, More Sunshine and Drier Weather Monday

  • Protesters march along East Carson Street in the South Side By WTAE   -   Jun 24, 2018

    PROTESTERS MARCH ALONG EAST CARSON STREET IN THE SOUTH SIDE

    The protest started before 9 p.m. Saturday.

  • Vice President Pence speaks at fundraiser event for U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus By WTAE   -   Jun 24, 2018

    VICE PRESIDENT PENCE SPEAKS AT FUNDRAISER EVENT FOR U.S. REP. KEITH ROTHFUS

    Vice President Mike Pence visited western Pennsylvania in support of U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus.

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  • Almost Finished With The Rain By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    ALMOST FINISHED WITH THE RAIN

    A weak cold front will sweep this rainy set up away!

  • Couple celebrates 20th anniversary by transforming room in 'Jurassic Park' fashion By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    COUPLE CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY BY TRANSFORMING ROOM IN 'JURASSIC PARK' FASHION

    A Utah couple is celebrating both their 20th wedding anniversary and the 25th anniversary of "Jurassic Park" in a unique way.

  • Fire marshal investigating after early morning house fire in McKeesport By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    FIRE MARSHAL INVESTIGATING AFTER EARLY MORNING HOUSE FIRE IN MCKEESPORT

  • Scattered Rain Showers and Thunderstorms This Weekend By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THIS WEEKEND

    Mostly Cloudy with Scattered Rain This Afternoon

  • Marte's single in 13th lifts Diamondbacks over Pirates 2-1 By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    MARTE'S SINGLE IN 13TH LIFTS DIAMONDBACKS OVER PIRATES 2-1

    Pirates' Cervelli placed on 7-day concussion list before gam

  • DNA on napkin used to crack 32-year-old cold case, police say By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    DNA ON NAPKIN USED TO CRACK 32-YEAR-OLD COLD CASE, POLICE SAY

    DNA evidence from a discarded restaurant napkin was used to identify a suspect in the slaying of a 12-year-old girl in 1986, police...

  • Woman's selfies capture moving lump on face: a parasite By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    WOMAN'S SELFIES CAPTURE MOVING LUMP ON FACE: A PARASITE

    The lump appeared after the unnamed woman, 32, visited a rural area outside Moscow.

  • Rain, storms in the weekend forecast By WTAE   -   Jun 23, 2018

    RAIN, STORMS IN THE WEEKEND FORECAST

  • 33 children hospitalized after falling ill at summer camp By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    33 CHILDREN HOSPITALIZED AFTER FALLING ILL AT SUMMER CAMP

    A total of 115 children were attending the overnight camp from nearby counties.

  • Caught on camera: Fire burns nearly a dozen cars in North Carolina parking lot By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    CAUGHT ON CAMERA: FIRE BURNS NEARLY A DOZEN CARS IN NORTH CAROLINA PARKING LOT

    Multiple vehicles went up in flames at Carowinds amusement park Friday afternoon in Charlotte, North Carolina.

  • "I think they're doing a good thing" Driver stuck on Parkway East supports protesters By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    "I THINK THEY'RE DOING A GOOD THING" DRIVER STUCK ON PARKWAY EAST SUPPORTS PROTESTERS

    Driver stuck on Parkway East said protesters are doing a good thing

  • MISSING: Police searching for 2 children in Butler County By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    MISSING: POLICE SEARCHING FOR 2 CHILDREN IN BUTLER COUNTY

    Police say the girl and the boy were last seen by their parents sometime Thursday night.

  • Police say a protest at the Homestead Grays Bridge is possible tonight By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    POLICE SAY A PROTEST AT THE HOMESTEAD GRAYS BRIDGE IS POSSIBLE TONIGHT

    Police say they're aware of "a possible planned protest" at the Homestead Grays Bridge on Friday evening

  • 9,000 barrels of bourbon crash to ground after collapse at Kentucky distillery By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    9,000 BARRELS OF BOURBON CRASH TO GROUND AFTER COLLAPSE AT KENTUCKY DISTILLERY

    The Kentucky building houses about 20,000 barrels of aging bourbon.

  • New life in the fast lane By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    NEW LIFE IN THE FAST LANE

  • Some apps made for children may violate federal privacy laws By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    SOME APPS MADE FOR CHILDREN MAY VIOLATE FEDERAL PRIVACY LAWS

    It can be difficult to enforce different child safety laws, since there are many apps available and they change quickly.

  • Supreme Court adopts new rules for cellphone tracking By WTAE   -   Jun 22, 2018

    SUPREME COURT ADOPTS NEW RULES FOR CELLPHONE TRACKING

    The Supreme Court has ruled that the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to track an individual's location through cell...