Bob Mayo, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Bob Mayo

WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent:
  • WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
Past:
  • KSBW Action News 8
  • wbaltv.com
  • WYFF News 4
  • 4029news
  • wdsu
  • WLKY
  • kcranews
  • WCVB-TV Boston

Recent articles by Bob:

Arrest warrant for Brashear High senior charged with aggravated assault, victim's family speaks out

The criminal complaint filed by a school police officer confirms this was the fourth incident this school year involving the two. → Read More

Head of the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers cites citywide stresses reflected in school violence

She sees the stresses from the pandemic and other issues present in everyone's lives also having an impact on what's happening in the schools. → Read More

Brashear student faces aggravated assault charge in attack

No information is being released on the condition of the victim who was hospitalized for his injuries. → Read More

Gov. Wolf, Mayor Gainey address youth gun violence

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has been reaching out to local leaders about the killing of the Oliver Citywide Academy student. → Read More

Warrantless stop and frisk by Pittsburgh police? Document why, first, proposes Councilman Burgess

Councilman the Rev. Ricky Burgess wants to require that Pittsburgh police officers document the reason they're going to stop and frisk someone without a warrant before they actually stop the pedestrian. → Read More

Snowfall kept Cranberry Township Public Works crews busy

Some Cranberry residents who spoke with Pittsburgh's Action News 4 were pleased with the results on their neighborhood streets. → Read More

Omicron variant less severe? Pitt expert provides context

A Pitt professor of medicine and epidemiology explains that, while clinically less severe than the delta variant, omicron is still a severe variant and much more transmissible than delta. → Read More

Video captures attack on homeless Pittsburgher

In the video, you can see a group of three people going after the victim at the corner of Liberty Avenue and Seventh Street as the victim tries to get away. T → Read More

COVID-19 hospital admissions growing in Southwestern Pa., AHN and UPMC confirm

UPMC says its facilities are operating at or near capacity and remain open for patients in all communities it serves. → Read More

Oakland Crossings development zoning changes delayed by Gainey

Gainey's office says he is seeking to make sure equitable development and affordable housing are prioritized and that he wants his administration to engage with community groups and the developer. → Read More

Reps. Lamb, Doyle, Kelly speak out on Jan. 6 insurrection anniversary, Reschenthaler does not

Pittsburgh's Action News 4 reached out to four members of the western Pennsylvania congressional delegation – two Democrats and two Republicans – for their thoughts on Jan. 6. → Read More

Proposed Wilkinsburg-Pittsburgh merger issue heats up

Allegheny County Senior Judge Joseph James has ruled the petition to put a proposed annexation of Wilkinsburg by the city of Pittsburgh on the ballot for Wilkinsburg voters is valid. → Read More

Who should get COVID-19 testing and where: What UPMC and Children's Hospital doctors are saying

UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh confirms it has opened a second unit to expand its capability to care for pediatric COVID-19 patients. → Read More

Hospitalized for 2 months, fighting COVID-19, Penn Hills man talks about his release

His close calls included being put on and off a ventilator twice. → Read More

Pittsburgh International Airport sees some flight delays and cancellations

For some airlines, flight cancellations and delays are due to weather, while, for some others, staff shortages due to employee illnesses with COVID-19 are the cause. → Read More

RMU reinstates ice hockey programs beginning in 2023

Robert Morris University announced Friday it is reinstating its NCAA Division I men's and women's hockey programs for the 2023-24 season. → Read More

Mayor Peduto blasts back at DA Zappala over Jim Rogers death case

"I want to see Steve Zappala, on camera, apologizing," Peduto said Thursday. → Read More

Where does the the investigation of Jim Rogers death stand? DA, mayor, county police and medical examiner respond

Mayor Peduto says the city is cooperating with county police and the district attorney and conducting an internal investigation as well. → Read More

Battle over tolling I-79 plus 8 other interstate bridges rages on

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is pressing ahead, laying the groundwork for charging tolls on nine bridges across Pennsylvania to raise money for repair and replacement. → Read More

City Council hears about potential impact if Wilkinsburg is annexed by Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Council President Theresa Kail-Smith feels any talk of mergers should be part of a larger discussion involving more communities and Allegheny County. → Read More