Renee Wallace, WPXI

Renee Wallace

WPXI

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Pittsburgh authorities prepare for possible protests over the weekend

Authorities in the City of Pittsburgh are preparing for possible protests over the weekend. → Read More

Allegheny County courts reopening after more than 2 months

Courts in Allegheny County will reopen Monday after being closed for more than two months, causing delays in thousands of local cases. → Read More

South Hills bar has liquor license suspended for allegedly violating state’s order

Pittsburgh Sports Bar & Grill in Castle Shannon that allegedly allowed people to sit inside and eat was busted for violating the state’s orders. → Read More

‘He’s obsessed.’ Woman claims local police officer harassing, threatening her

A woman claims Springdale police officer Derek Dayoub has continuously harassed and threatened her. → Read More

Man charged with abuse of a corpse after missing woman’s body discovered in fridge

A woman’s body was found in a home in McKees Rocks under “suspicious circumstances," according to police. → Read More

Homicide investigation launched after woman’s body found in Mckees Rocks

A woman’s body was found in a home in McKees Rocks under “suspicious circumstances," according to police. → Read More

What’s it like to get a COVID-19 antibody test? Channel 11′s Renee Wallace describes her experience

In early March, Channel 11 reporter Renee Wallace said she came down with a set of symptoms so bad - fever, chills and headache - that she ended up in the emergency room in Beaver County. → Read More

Cellphone video captures group of people violently attacking crashed car

Braddock police are investigating an incident that happened in broad daylight and brought police from miles around. → Read More

Local ambulance services seeing major decline in calls due to COVID-19 fears

Ambulance services in Western Pa. is seeing a major decline in calls – some areas are down 50%. → Read More

Hundreds of workers to resume construction at Shell cracker plant next month

Hundreds of people are being brought back to work at the Shell cracker plant in Beaver County, but there are major concerns about the workers’ safety. Construction on the $6 billion facility just off the Beaver Expressway has been on hold since mid-March, when more than 8,000 workers were sent home. → Read More

Cranberry Community Response Team pairs volunteers with those in need

Cranberry Township’s Fire Chief Scott Garing described his community’s response to the COVID-19 crisis and how you can get involved Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Local beer distributors having hard time keeping up with demand during COVID-19 pandemic

BELLEVUE, Pa. — Demand for beer is at an all-time high and area beer distributors told Channel 11 they are having a hard time keeping up with the sudden spike. Greg Notaro, owner of Shadeland Beer in Bellevue, said for the first time in the store’s history, demand is outpacing supply. He’s having trouble keeping some brands in stock. Instead of one case, customers are buying four and five times… → Read More

Some communities seeing crime decrease during pandemic

In many communities like Ambridge in Beaver County, crime is dropping. Police officers said the number of calls into the department has been cut by half. → Read More

Couple gets closure, single fingerprint leads to arrest in violent home invasion

An arrest has been made in a violent home invasion five years after the crime. → Read More

Former Uber driver accused of attacking passenger explodes outside judge’s office

A former Uber driver accused of attacking a passenger exploded outside a judge’s office Tuesday morning when confronted by Channel 11. → Read More

Aliquippa school board member resigns after reportedly threatening students

An Aliquippa school board member resigned after reportedly threatening to harm students. → Read More

Local contractor apologizes after accusations of not doing work, pocketing money

A local contractor who was charged with not doing work and pocketing thousands of dollars given to him by customers apologized before facing a judge Thursday. → Read More

Items stolen from rash of car thefts in local neighborhoods have residents on edge

INDIANA TOWNSHIP, Pa. — There have been a rash of car thefts in Indiana Township. Police said there were nine in two nights. Daniel Lipford has been charged with theft from a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property. Tonight on 11 News at 5:30, what police said the person stole that has a lot of residents on edge. Proposed bill could put end to smoking at bars, casinos and more in Pa. © 2020… → Read More

Man used messaging app before his suspicious death at local home

A man was found dead in his home in Baldwin late Sunday night and police believe someone killed him. → Read More

Local homeowners glad contractor criminally charged after not doing work

A local contractor was charged with pocketing money and not doing work for an 83-year-old woman in Scott Township, according to court documents. → Read More