Bob Mayo, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Bob Mayo

WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Bob:

Father of baby who died in hot car seeks release from Allegheny County Jail

The prosecutor on the case asked that if Khang Nguyen is freed on bond, he be required to surrender his passport. → Read More

Peters Township man charged in baby's hot car death

A defense attorney is critical of the judge's decision to deny bond, which is keeping his client in the Allegheny County Jail. It will be challenged at a court hearing Friday morning. → Read More

PWSA modernizing Pittsburgh water system

The job of replacing the Highland II reservoir's liner and cover is the biggest project of its type underway in the U.S. It sets the stage for that reservoir temporarily being the place where Pittsburgh water is disinfected. → Read More

Pittsburgh shooting: Two women shot in Homewood North

Police confirm two young women, one 18 and one 19, were shot in the back on a Pittsburgh street Thursday morning. → Read More

McKeesport explosion: Businesses, services displaced

Penn State Greater Allegheny's incubator for entrepreneurs' start-ups — the Mon Valley LaunchBox — had nearly a half-dozen startup businesses located inside the McKeesport building destroyed by an explosion. → Read More

McKeesport explosion at former YWCA building

Such notification is required by state law, so that Pennsylvania One Call can, in turn, notify affected utilities to send crews to inspect and mark the work site for safety. → Read More

Mastriano called out for campaign ties to social media platform

Republican candidate for governor Doug Mastriano has spent thousands of dollars with a far-right social media platform that critics say is filled with hate speech. → Read More

Ross Township police internal report now public

After nearly a year and a half of legal battling, an internal report on Ross Township police is public. → Read More

Killing in Larimer marks 40th homicide in 2022 in Pittsburgh

The death of a young man on a Pittsburgh neighborhood street Sunday night was the 40th homicide in the city this year. → Read More

Monroeville man drops dead and is revived at Council meeting

One second, 89-year-old David Sheats was standing at the microphone talking to Monroeville Council. The next second, he dropped to the ground. His heart had stopped. But there were people who knew what to do and saved him. → Read More

Pa. attorney general addresses abortion providers, out-of-state patients

Shapiro cited Gov. Wolf's executive order to protect Pennsylvania doctors and out-of-state patients from prosecution by the patients' home states where abortion is illegal. He said he would also enforce existing laws against anyone who intimidates or threatens patients seeking reproductive care. → Read More

FBI Pittsburgh spotlights cyber crime dangers

Some cases involve business email compromise, cryptocurrency, or investment and confidence schemes. But a different cybercrime — ransomware — is on the rise for victims. → Read More

Oakdale Officer Stipetich mourned by family, friends, police, veterans

Mourners paid their respect to rookie Oakdale Police Officer Chuckie Stipetich, 23, who was shot and killed while off duty. → Read More

Man charged with homicide in 2016 shooting death of Marine

Nearly six years after Sjavante Gilliam was shot to death in Beaver County, a man has been charged in his death. → Read More

Pittsburgh bridges: Contract in works to manage bridge safety

It's the latest step to assure the safety of city-owned bridges for Pittsburghers. → Read More

Pennsylvania gun laws: What could Supreme Court's NY ruling mean?

While the ruling doesn't directly affect current Pennsylvania law now, some experts believe it sets the stage for new gun legal battles in our state and around the country. → Read More

Woodland Hills parents upset with plans for special education changes

Some parents in the Woodland Hills School District are concerned about what proposed special education changes will mean for children, and they're upset with their experience with the school board and administration on the issue. → Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks in Pittsburgh

A new development was announced during the visit — more than $500 million for state and local governments to reduce lead exposure and build healthier homes. → Read More

Sen. Pat Toomey talks gun reform compromise

Pennsylvania's Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey says the bipartisan agreement on gun reform has a better than even chance of passing. → Read More

Sarah Heinz House fires man charged with sexually assaulting a child he babysat as a 2nd job

Sarah Heinz House says it has fired its education program director who is charged with sexually assaulting a six-year old Pittsburgh boy. → Read More