Sheldon Ingram, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Sheldon Ingram

WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Sheldon:

Alma Speed Fox remembered as 'the mother of local Civil Rights Movement' dies at 98

Tim Stevens, executive director of the Black Political Empowerment Project says Fox was his mentor, which led to him following her in leadership with the NAACP. → Read More

Alarming trend of dogs left to starve in cold prompts stern message from Pittsburgh animal rescue groups

Dog owners accused of abuse and neglect could face felony charges, but those who simply cannot afford to feed their pets should know there are resources, like food banks for pets. → Read More

Security training links Colleyville, Texas, synagogue with Tree of Life in Pittsburgh

Brad Orsini conducted the training for those two synagogues and many more across the country because of the threats directed at Jewish gatherings. → Read More

Pittsburgh's major streets, emergency routes get first priority following winter storm

Acting Department of Public Works Chris Hornstein also said it will take about 24 hours to effectively clear all of the neighborhood streets. → Read More

Lawsuit filed against North Allegheny SD for lifting mask mandate

North Allegheny's school board voted last month to strongly recommend masks, but make wearing them optional. → Read More

Square Cafe takes on brutal criticism with proof of vaccination policy

One person wrote: "Hope no one comes to eat there and you have to permanently close." → Read More

Pittsburgh Public Works confronts first winter snow storm under Mayor Gainey administration

The first-term mayor says crews attacked road conditions aggressively, working eight and 12-hour shifts. → Read More

Pine Richland School Board takes criticism for lifting mask mandate

It's a decision called by some parents as short-sighted, premature and irresponsible. → Read More

Kiski Area School District impacted by bus driver shortage

School administrators advise families to check emails consistently for updates. → Read More

Steelers fans express fond sentiments about Ben Roethlisberger as they tailgate before 'Monday Night Football'

They express admiration for his 18-year career as the Steelers field general that landed the team in three Super Bowls, winning two of the contests. → Read More

Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium reveals 20-year master plan

New president and CEO, Dr. Jeremy Goodman, has laid out the blueprint for an evolution of enhanced changes at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. → Read More

Steelers' loss to Chiefs was painful to watch for many fans

"They got spanked," says Terri Boyt, while watching daytime sports talk shows inside Red Beard's in the Cultural District. → Read More

Model trains at Christmas provide magical moments for 130 years

The Miniature Railroad & Village at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Science Center is a mass of electronic wizardry, imagination and magical moments for visitors. → Read More

Airlines remain flexible as COVID-19 cases rise during holiday season

Every day this week, between Monday and Thursday, passengers are passing through at a rate of 25,000 a day. → Read More

Man files lawsuit against Upper St. Clair after his wife was killed, he was injured by falling tree

The accident also left him severely injured. → Read More

Lasership delivery service blamed for not delivering packages

Stacie Brown, of Pittsburgh's Spring Hill neighborhood, says she's the latest consumer to complain about the long-standing low performance of Lasership. → Read More

United States Postal Service Warrendale facility using high-speed sorting process for Christmas season

In addition to new sorting machines, the USPS beefed up its workforce by hiring 40,000 new people across the country for the Christmas season. → Read More

Cats found dead in Pittsburgh's Bloomfield neighborhood, causes alarm among residents and pet owners

One was found by John Schultz Tuesday night in a plastic bag, with a USB cord tied around its neck. → Read More

Security lock credited for saving lives is used at Central Catholic, other Pittsburgh area school districts

Students said active shooter drills are conducted monthly using the device. → Read More

Allegheny County, school districts prepared to respond to president's COVID-19 winter strategy

The president also announced that the mask mandate for travel will be extended to March, affecting millions of people who travel by airplane, bus and train. → Read More