Marcie Cipriani, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Marcie Cipriani

WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Marcie:

Washington County man charged with assaulting 11-year-old, giving Fortnite currency to continue abuse

According to the South Fayette Township police, they are investigating similar crimes against Ryan Wolstoncroft, from decades earlier. → Read More

Maintenance issues with Public Works trucks creates challenges

Pittsburgh's Action News 4 traveled throughout the city on Tuesday to check out the roads. → Read More

Families still fighting for compensation years after losing homes

"That plan has been withdrawn as of yesterday because the DEP, North Strabane and Ryan Homes objected to it, despite all the good things it did," Kirk Burkley said. → Read More

A year after beating COVID, woman celebrates her 105th birthday

She was surrounded by her family, including her three children. → Read More

Westmoreland County man free on bail under investigation in Florida for committing similar crimes there

Hamerski was charged with assaulting two women in their Westmoreland County homes, on separate occasions → Read More

City of Pittsburgh Public Works crews continue to clear streets throughout city following storm

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey said challenges, out of their control, added a day to their plowing efforts. → Read More

Neighbors helping neighbors after winter storm hits Pittsburgh area

Dave McGinnis moved through his Bethel Park community shoveling for his neighbors who he knew needed help. → Read More

Bethel Park High School football coach cancels workout, assigns team to shovel snow

He said his players quickly saw the tweet and Brian Delallo said by early Monday they were already out shoveling and sending photos. → Read More

OSHA warns employers to protect workers in frigid temperatures

Around Pittsburgh, crews are dealing with some of the first frigid temperatures of the Winter season. → Read More

Father of miner who died in Fayette County remembers son, calls him a 'very good, hardworking man'

The DEP has ordered the mine closed while they investigate what caused the collapse that led to Hayden Jr.'s death. → Read More

Indiana County man has had 4th, unapproved, dose of COVID-19 vaccine, in search of protection

Chris Neblett is part of a Johns Hopkins study measuring transplant recipients' response to the vaccine. → Read More

COVID-19 cases in Allegheny County rising over holiday season

Testing lines in the county have been long again and at-home rapid tests have been difficult to find. → Read More

Pittsburgh woman with COVID-19 for 2nd time believes vaccine, booster saved her life

Linda Matthews has COVID-19 for the 2nd time, but believes it could have been much worse → Read More

Teen honored for saving her co-worker's life while working inside Connellsville Walmart

"She just like opened her eyes real big and took a really deep breath," Kenzie Heitger said. "I was like oh my gosh thank goodness, thank goodness this worked. I've never done CPR before, it was my first time and it was scary." → Read More

Pittsburgh doctor urges booster shots, criticizes vaccine hesitancy amid record-breaking COVID-19 cases

Dr. Mehta said the booster is necessary even if the highly transmissible omicron variant typically brings only mild symptoms. → Read More

UPMC launches travel nurse program

UPMC officials say a shortage of nurses combined with their second-highest peak in COVID-19 hospitalizations has prompted them to get creative to bring nurses back. → Read More

Pittsburgh nursing students celebrating end of school hit with holiday surprise as stranger pays their lunch bill

The nurses hope that the woman who paid their tab knows how much her generosity means. → Read More

Allegheny County judge rules felony name bar unconstitutional, grants name changes to convicted felons

Two transgender women petitioned the court to allow them to change their names, claiming they paid their debt to society and that presenting identification that doesn't match their gender, is humiliating and outs them without their consent. → Read More

Agreement reached in court for man police say injured woman with pumpkins in Bloomfield

According to court papers, Gazis began throwing the pumpkins when Faulkner parked in front of his house on Pearl Street in Bloomfield. → Read More

Pittsburgh Public Safety adding officers for ACC Championship

Pittsburgh Public Safety announced that additional officers have been added to patrol the Oakland and South Side neighborhoods Saturday night, when Pitt will play in the ACC championship game in North Carolina. → Read More