Chandi Chapman, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

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Recent articles by Chandi:

People who live in Brookline worried about roads being treated

"All the time. It's very rare that we even see a salt truck," Lori Wittman said. → Read More

BPEP sheds light on Peter Spencer's death with leaders in Pennsylvania and Jamaica

BPEP is making sure people know about Spencer in the United States and in Jamaica. → Read More

New information released on death of Jamaican immigrant Peter Spencer in Venango County

Officials said Spencer was found shot nine times on Carl's Road in Rockland Township on Dec. 12, after spending time with a former co-worker and others. → Read More

Road conditions in Murrysville and Monroeville keep crews busy

Pittsburgh’s Action News talked with AAA, and officials said they’ve seen a 30% increase of customers needing help compared to a typical Monday. → Read More

Ross Township Police Department creates database for special needs

The database is active and families can register their loved ones through the Ross Township Police Department. → Read More

Community Champion: Chef Claudy Pierre

Pierre is the founder of the E.A.T. Initiative, which is a nonprofit organization that stands for empowerment, awareness and training. From seniors to students, he provides outreach through culinary creations. → Read More

Republican National Convention possibly coming to Pittsburgh

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald said bringing the Republican National Convention to Pittsburgh will also bring millions of dollars to the city. → Read More

Family of Jamaican immigrant killed in PA demanding answers

At this time, no one has been arrested and no charges have been filed. → Read More

PennDOT preparing for first snow of 2022

During rush hour, PennDOT said HOV lanes will be closed. → Read More

Local leaders attend rally to support coffee shop workers

In a video on Twitter, members of the union said conditions at the company's locations need to improve. → Read More

Freedom, Beaver County, has first female mayor

Magistrate District Judge Alex Korol led the historic swearing-in ceremony. → Read More

Feast of the Seven Fishes: Pittsburgh shoppers pack stores on Christmas Eve

The special tradition brings Pittsburgh-area families like the Pietropaolos together on Christmas Eve. → Read More

Ross Township police give safety advice to last-minute holiday shoppers

Shoppers are rushing to get last-minute Christmas gifts, just days before the holiday. They said strategy is key to getting things done. → Read More

Millions of Americans traveling for the holidays

AAA officials said more than 100 million Americans are expected to travel on the roads, by air and use other transportation out of town, between Dec. 23 and Jan. 2. → Read More

Allegheny County mental health court graduation ceremony

Their stories of struggle and hope shed a light on mental illness. → Read More

UPMC Altoona nurses protest outside of Pittsburgh headquarters

The nurses have launched what they are calling 24-hour public action. → Read More

New Pro Bike + Run store opens after fire destroyed popular business

State and local leaders, such as the mayor of Monroeville, Nick Gresock, were at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. → Read More

PennDOT has shortage of drivers, plan in place to fix issue

"We are struggling getting drivers. Diesel mechanics, tunnel maintainers, we are struggling to get people," said Lori Musto, who is the assistant district executive of maintenance for PennDOT District 11. → Read More

Sala Udin appointed Pittsburgh Public Schools board president

"I am elated. It's a wonderful holiday gift and I am honored to have been asked to serve," Udin said. → Read More

College athlete celebrates liver transplant anniversary in Pittsburgh

Taylor Dockins had been dealing with a rare form of liver cancer. She was diagnosed in high school, but the softball player still set a record for pitching career victories and won the Gatorade National Player of the Year award. → Read More