Amy Hudak, WPXI

Amy Hudak

WPXI

New Haven, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • WPXI
Past:
  • WSB-TV
  • WTNH News 8
  • WWLP-22News
  • WPRI 12
  • CBS 17
  • KSNT News
  • KAMR Local 4 News
  • WFLA NEWS
  • WJHL
  • 8News WRIC Richmond
  • and more…

Recent articles by Amy:

Police: 2 men found dead inside their Pittsburgh home, heater wasn’t working

The dangerously cold conditions have taken the lives of two Pittsburgh men. 93-year-old Floyd Butler and 65-year-old Daniel Butler were found dead Wednesday afternoon in their home on South Graham Street in the city’s Friendship neighborhood. → Read More

Police rush to Pittsburgh corner as Channel 11 crew hears dozens of gunshots

Police rushed to Pittsburgh’s Homewood neighborhood, near Shuman’s All in One at the corner of Frankstown Ave and North Homewood Ave, as a Channel 11 crew in the area witnessed dozens of gunshots. → Read More

Local mom arrested after police find 2 infants, puppy living in horrid conditions

A Homewood mom is behind bars after police say her two infant children and a puppy were living in horrendous conditions. → Read More

Homewood mom arrested after police find 2 children, puppy living in horrid conditions

A Homewood mom is behind bars after police say her two infant children and a puppy were living in horrendous conditions. → Read More

From college campuses to professional sports, omicron variant causes institutions to take action

“It’s scary, but we’re all just hoping for the best.” As 2021 comes to an end and the New Year approaches, the omicron variant is causing quite a bit of uncertainty. → Read More

Councilman proposes stop to minor traffic violations in Pittsburgh

A local councilman proposed putting an end to traffic stops for minor violations, like having a taillight or headlight out. → Read More

Mother of murder victim in Fox Chapel suing alleged killer’s parents and therapist

The mother of a murder victim is suing the parents of Adam Rosenberg and their therapist, alleging they helped conceal evidence of their son’s crime, preventing Christian Moore-Rouse’s body from being found and stalling the case. → Read More

‘What I would consider a miracle’: Person caught in crossfire not hit outside Pittsburgh Walmart

A large amount of police were in and around the Walmart in the Waterworks Shopping Plaza in Pittsburgh after witnesses reported hearing gunshots Tuesday evening. → Read More

‘What I would consider a miracle’: Person caught in crossfire during Pittsburgh Walmart shooting not

A large amount of police were in and around the Walmart in the Waterworks Shopping Plaza in Pittsburgh after witnesses reported hearing gunshots Tuesday evening. → Read More

Duquesne police chief arrested, charged with witness intimidation related to alleged sex assault

The Duquesne police chief was arrested and charged with witness intimidation related to an investigation into the alleged sexual assault of a teen girl. → Read More

People living in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside say naked man seen peering into windows late at night

People living in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood said a man is prowling late at night, naked and peering into their windows. → Read More

How the White House plan to combat COVID-19 will affect Pittsburgh area

Booster shots, free at-home testing, vaccines for kids and supplying treatment pills to prevent deaths are all part of a new plan laid out by the White House to combat COVID-19. → Read More

Local student studying abroad in Europe unsure if she’ll make it home for the holidays

A Wexford native studying abroad is unsure if she’ll be able to make it home for the holidays. → Read More

WHO recommends people 60 and over postpone travel, citing omicron concerns

The World Health Organization announced Tuesday a new recommendation that people 60-years or older and those with risk of serious illness or death from COVID-19, delay their travel plans. → Read More

Washington County sees highest average COVID-19 hospitalizations throughout entire pandemic

COVID-19 cases are climbing in western Pennsylvania, and an alarming trend is being seen in Washington County. That area is seeing the highest average of COVID-19 hospitalizations of any time during the pandemic. → Read More

Washington County sees highest average COVID-19 hospitalizations throughout entire pandemic

COVID-19 cases are climbing in Western PA and an alarming trend is being seen in Washington County. That area is seeing the highest average of COVID-19 hospitalizations of any time during the pandemic. → Read More

Western Pa. small businesses hoping for large turnout this holiday shopping season

For small businesses, the holiday shopping season is their bread and butter and in many cases, profits help put food on their tables. → Read More

Concerns mount for another winter surge of COVID-19 cases

As families and friends get together and travel to see each other for the holidays, there are concerns about a winter surge of COVID-19. → Read More

Concerns over holiday shopping as shipping problems continue

Whether you hit the turnpike or took to the skies, AAA predicts 53 million Americans will travel from Wednesday through Sunday. While travelers at places like Pittsburgh International Airport found their set own set of problems with long lines and delays, slow shipping times and supply shortages aren’t making things easier at the start of the holiday season. → Read More

Man charged with homicide after deadly Baldwin bar fight

A man has been charged with criminal homicide following a deadly bar fight in July. → Read More