More snow is expected today with less than an inch for many, but the ridges and a few spots south of I-70 could end up with an additional 1-3″ by tomorrow morning with some heavier bands moving in later this afternoon and evening. … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Weather: More Snow Chances, Wintry Conditions For Western Pa.
“I extend my heartfelt condolences to the Arnold family following the passing of Senator Dave Arnold,” Wolf said. “Dave was a dedicated public servant and conscientious leader who put the people of his district first, always. He fought hard every day for his constituents, even while he was fighting a terrible disease. Our commonwealth has lost a great public servant.” … [Read more...] about Commonwealth Flags Ordered To Fly At Half-Staff For Pa. State Senator David Arnold
“I know that if I had something and now I do that could bring down the severity of illness. That is so reassuring. I urge anybody who can get the vaccine to please get it,” Dr. Gentile said. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: More Healthcare Workers Vaccinated While Demand For Vaccine Grows
Pittsburgh Police said Casale was last wearing blue or green hospital scrubs, a dark colored hoodie and a wool coat. He’s five foot three, weighs 130 pounds, has brown eyes, graying brown hair and a white beard. Detectives from the Special Victims Unit continue to search for him. They’re asking you to give them a call if you know anything at (412) 323-7141. … [Read more...] about Family Of Missing, Vulnerable Man William Casale Conduct Search For His Whereabouts
Penguins Head Coach Mike Sullivan confirmed in an interview that Mike Matheson is suffering from an upper-body injury that he received in the team’s previous game and, as a result, did not play in today’s match. … [Read more...] about Mike Matheson Placed On Injured Reserve After Receiving Upper-Body Injury In Previous Game