Miss Nevada USA Josie Stephens was named a Top 20 finisher.
RENO, Nev. (KOLO) -Miss Utah USA Noelia Voight was crowned Miss USA Friday at the 72nd Miss USA pageant at the Grand Sierra Resort.
Miss Nevada USA Josie Stephens was named a Top 20 finisher.
The pagent took place after a week in Reno of interviews, a swim competition, an evening gown competition and a final pageant question.
It was broadcast live on the CW.
Hardline Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday rejected a bill proposed by their leader to temporarily fund the government, making it all but certain that federal agencies will partially shut down beginning on Sunday.
Feinstein was a passionate advocate for liberal priorities important to her state — including environmental protection, reproductive rights and gun control — but was also known as a pragmatic lawmaker who reached out to Republicans and sought middle ground.
The crash happened near the West End Bridge heading toward the North Shore.
Multiple vehicles were involved in a crash on Route 65 Friday evening.
The crash happened near the West End Bridge heading toward the North Shore. Sky 4 with Action Cam saw at least two vehicles being towed away.Allegheny County dispatch tells us two people have been rushed to the hospital.
Live! Casino Pittsburgh in Hempfield Township is gearing up for its inaugural Live! in the Community Block Party this weekend by offering free admission.
Pittsburgh police, with the help of alert community members, stopped a possible shooting outside of a school two weeks ago.
Victim was undergoing surgery on Thursday morning
A 17-year-old boy was undergoing surgery after being shot in the stomach in Pittsburgh’s Brighton Heights neighborhood on Thursday.
The shooting happened a little before 3:15 a.m. inside a home on the 3400 block of Fleming Avenue.
A hand-picked team of 30 archers will begin hunting deer in two city parks this weekend. Pittsburgh is partnering with the USDA to allow bowhunting this fall in an attempt to cull an overgrown deer population.
A man has been arrested in connection to a homicide in Pittsburgh’s East Hills over the weekend.
According to Pittsburgh police, Trevon Taylor, 20, was taken into custody on Tuesday.
Incident happened early Tuesday morning
Pittsburgh police said one person is in custody after a report of shots fired led to a traffic stop and then a search of a parking garage.
The incident began around 2:45 a.m. Tuesday when police ShotSpotter alerts for eight rounds in the area of Chauncey Drive.
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The Steelers offense is heating up.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Kenny Pickett passed for 235 yards and two touchdowns in an encouraging performance for Pittsburgh’s offense, and the Steelers held off the Las Vegas Raiders for a 23-18 victory on Sunday night.
In the first meeting between the franchises in Las Vegas, the Steelers earned their first road win against the Raiders since 1995.
10 families in Springdale have filed a lawsuit against the parties that own the former Cheswick Power Plant property and handled the implosion: Charah Solutions, Controlled Demolition Inc., Grant Mackay Co., and Civil and Environmental Consultants Inc.
While the lawsuit looks to recover damages for the affected homes, the plaintiffs are also seeking an injunction to halt the scheduled demolition of the boiler house at the property.
Crash happened early Wednesday morning
GREENSBURG, Pa. —
One person was killed and another person was being flown to the hospital following a two-vehicle crash in Greensburg, Westmoreland County.
The crash happened around 5:50 a.m. Wednesday on Route 819 between Glenmeade and Forbes Trail Road.The cause of the crash was not immediately known.
As of early Wednesday morning, the identity of the person who was killed has not been released.
The senator from Pennsylvania has beclowned himself and his institution — not that he cares.
What the Missouri Compromise was to Henry Clay, what the Second Reply to Hayne was to Daniel Webster, what the Civil Rights Act of 1957 was to Lyndon Johnson, Carhartt sweatshirts and baggy shorts will be to John Fetterman.
A Mt. Pleasant man who was acquitted two years ago in connection with a shooting in Arnold on Monday pleaded guilty to the armed robbery last year at a Greensburg home.
Nicholas Haynes, 27, was ordered to serve 9 to 23 months in jail and an additional 5 years on probation for his involvement in the June 14, 2022, heist that police said netted $7,300 of gaming equipment and other items.
One day the news anchor was there at the station. The next day, the news anchor was not.
PITTSBURGH, PA — Royce Jones, a reporter and anchor for KDKA-TV and sister station WPKD-TV, has left the station.
KDKA/WPKD news director Shawn Hoder announced the move in a tersely worded email to staff last week, Triblive reported. No explanation was given for the departure, and Jones made no reference to it on his Facebook page, and there no longer is any reference to him on the KDKA website.
Jones is a 2016 graduate of Valley High School in New Kensington and a 2020 graduate of Point Park University. He joined KDKA as a freelance reporter in 2020 after working for WTRF-TV in Wheeling as a multimedia journalist and weekend anchor.
A man was hospitalized after he was shot in Pittsburgh’s South Side overnight.
According to Pittsburgh police, officers were dispatched to the 1200 block of East Carson Street at 2:43 a.m. for a two-round ShotSpotter notification.
When officers arrived at the scene, they were flagged down by a group of women who told them a man was injured at Roland Way and S. 13th Street.
A city spokeswoman did not respond to an email seeking comment on the ban.
But according to the city website, where the new rules are posted, the ban requires all retail establishments to stop providing shoppers with single-use plastic bags. The goal is to “promote the use of sustainable alternatives.”
It applies to all retail businesses including supermarkets, convenience stores, service stations, department stores, dollar stores, clothing stores, restaurants, cafeterias, festivals, food trucks, farmers’ markets and delivery services. Businesses were required to post signage informing customers of the change in July.
For some, the change will be simple enough: Grocers such as Aldi, Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods have already eliminated plastic bags.
Others have launched awareness campaigns.
Shooting happened late Monday night
An annual ceremony to remember those who died on September 11, 2001, is being held in lower Manhattan on Monday.
PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh police are investigating a shooting that happened in the middle of the day.
According to police, the shooting happened around 11:20 a.m. Sunday in the 7900 block of Tioga Street in Homewood.
On scene, first responders found a man with gunshot wounds to his hand and abdomen. He was taken to the hospital in stable condition to undergo surgery.
Emergency crews are responding to a fire at an apartment building in McKeesport.
MCKEESPORT, Pa. — Three people are hurt and 200 are now displaced after a fire at a senior high-rise apartment building in McKeesport.
Crews were called to the 600 block of 6th Street around 2:40 p.m. Friday.
Latrobe police announced arrest in case on Wednesday
Police said the suspect, identified by Latrobe Police as Malik Crosby, and his friend were visiting a woman they knew when they started fighting about her.
Police said Crosby fired a shot at the other man and the victim later walked into a nearby hospital with a gunshot wound to his stomach.
Police said Crosby later surrendered to police after a brief standoff.
Bruce Springsteen’s two concerts in Pittsburgh scheduled for next week have been postponed.
Due to hot weather in the forecast, Pittsburgh Public Schools is activating its extreme heat protocol.
Here is a list of schools that are moving to remote learning as the school district activates its extreme heat protocol.Samantha Murphy and her family enjoyed Labor Day while cooling off at the Schenley Park Swimming Pool. Instead of going back to the classroom Tuesday, the fifth grader who attends Colfax, will be learning from home.
“I like this weather. Although it would be better if we could still go to school but have air conditioning and stuff,” Samantha Murphy said.
“It’s supposed to be like this in August, so I can’t complain too much, but I do wish we didn’t have to go remote and impact all the parents who have work to do,” Lisa Murphy said.
A surgical tool the size of a dinner plate was found inside a woman’s abdomen 18 months after her baby was delivered by cesarean section, according to a report by New Zealand’s Health and Disability Commissioner.
Allegheny County SWAT is responded to an active stand-off situation in McKeesport.
MCKEESPORT, Pa. — A 42-year-old man was taken into custody early Tuesday morning after an hours-long standoff with officers that started when police say he shot a woman, Allegheny County Police tell Channel 11.
According to police, emergency crews were first called to the 1200 block of Pirl Street in McKeesport Monday evening.
Jimmy Buffett brought his show to the Pittsburgh area for nearly five decades and local fans are heartbroken about his passing.
Buffett’s last trip to the area was in 2022. He brought the ‘Life On the Flip Side Redux Tour’ to the Star Lake Pavilion in Burgettstown. It was a venue he’d been performing at regularly since it opened in 1990.
Channel 11 has exclusively learned the city reached an agreement with the officer that will pay him $18,000 to drop a grievance and resign.
A state police spokesperson tells Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 an off-duty trooper stopped to help at a crash scene in the eastbound lanes of the Parkway West.
While the trooper was out of his vehicle, he was hit by another vehicle approaching the scene.
The trooper was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Butler County Commissioner Leslie Osche confirms the trooper is her son, Josh. She said he remains in the hospital Wednesday awaiting a second surgery.
“I cannot say enough about the PA State Police and how they care for their own and their families,” she said. “We are grateful for the support of Colonel Paris and Governor Shapiro in the aftermath of the event. Our family is overwhelmed by the love, prayers, and support from our community and beyond.”