DuBois – The “Touch a Chopper” event is today at the DuBois Country Club, presented by the Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League and Direct Workforce Care. Aaron Beatty of the WPAL explains what will be happening... “Touch a Chopper” takes place from 3pm to 7pm today... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Jackson, Mississippi, is not the first U.S. city to have a water crisis -- nor is it likely to be the last. However, the city's crisis has highlighted the ongoing fight for access to clean drinking water, which continues to be at... Read More.
DuBois – Free fun, food, and entertainment for the entire family is happening at DuBois City Park Saturday. It’s Family Day at the Park, and it starts at 10am. There will be activities, crafts and games, a magic show, and bounce houses for the kids. A free... Read More.
(NEWTOWN, Conn.) -- When Nicole, who was just a girl when she survived the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting a decade ago, first heard about the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, she broke down in tears. "I couldn't handle it," she said.... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Stargazers all over the world will have an opportunity to see a blood moon over the weekend as a lunar eclipse moves into Earth's orbit. The penumbral eclipse, when the moon is completely immersed in the penumbral cone of the Earth without... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Metropolitan Police officer Daniel Hodges has become a symbol of the violence officers endured while protecting lawmakers and the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection. Hodges had responded to the building as Capitol Police units were overrun, and ended up pinned down by... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- As the nation approaches one year since the violent siege on the U.S. Capitol that sent shocking images worldwide of America's democracy under attack, Democrats in Washington are planning to mark the anniversary with somber tributes from the building that was stormed. Thursday's... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Recent deadly flooding events around the world are evidence of the planet's changing relationship with precipitation as global temperatures continue to warm, according to environmental experts. While the link between the climate change and extreme precipitation is straightforward, quantifying the link remains... Read More.
(ORANMORE, Ireland) -- Staring upward, Fiachra Quigley watched his coffees slowly descend 80 feet onto his driveway, lowered at the end of a string. Above him, a drone about the size of a go-cart hummed, closed its cargo doors and then flew off over... Read More.