Liz Kilmer, WPXI

Liz Kilmer

WPXI

Norfolk, VA, United States

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Past:
  • WAVY_News
  • 8News WRIC Richmond

Recent articles by Liz:

Local pharmacies running low, out of stock on Children’s Tylenol

Several local pharmacies and big-box stores are running low on certain types of Children’s Tylenol. → Read More

Local borough looking to raise property taxes

A local municipality is proposing a property tax hike as part of its 2023 proposed budget. → Read More

Heating costs expected to rise this winter

Winter is on the way and consumers will be paying more to heat their homes as compared to last year, experts say. → Read More

State police slap Reserve Township auto salvage yard with multiple charges

An Allegheny County salvage yard is facing more than 800 summary offenses and dozens of misdemeanor charges. → Read More

Steelers legend Terry Bradshaw opens up about cancer diagnoses in exclusive interview

Steelers Legend Terry Bradshaw has opened up about his cancer diagnoses in an exclusive interview with NBC News. → Read More

South Hills EMS providers officially combine forces

Brentwood Emergency Medical Services officially joined their neighbors in Baldwin on Tuesday. → Read More

Self-driving car company’s sudden shutdown is a ‘shock’

A promising autonomous vehicle company that had raised billions of dollars has suddenly folded. → Read More

Duquesne, Homestead residents say they pray for peace amid ongoing teen violence

Mon Valley residents told Channel 11 that they are heartbroken by the ongoing violence among disputing teen groups. → Read More

Pittsburgh City Council considers ticketing people for trash, high weeds

The City of Pittsburgh may soon issue tickets to people who fail to maintain their properties. → Read More

2 men accused in Cranberry Township smash-and-grab scheme

Two men from out of state are accused in a series of crimes that spanned across county lines. → Read More

Little Italy Days returns to Pittsburgh’s Bloomfield neighborhood for 20th year

The streets of Bloomfield will be bustling come next week, as “Little Italy Days” returns for its 20th year. → Read More

Governor Wolf announces new state child care tax credit

Governor Tom Wolf joined state leaders and childcare workers to tout a new state child care tax credit on Tuesday. → Read More

11 Cares Blood Donation Week continues, encouraging eligible people to donate

Channel 11 is teaming up with our partners to encourage eligible individuals to donate blood. → Read More

Fallen Pittsburgh firefighter remembered as loving family man, and ‘consummate professional’

Capt. Jim Ellis, Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire captain, has died following an extended illness. → Read More

Water main break causes major sinkhole, road damage in Garfield

A major sinkhole has formed in Garfield following a water main break that was reported last week. → Read More

Pittsburgh, Johns Hopkins enter agreement to review program to combat opioid crisis

Pittsburgh City Council members approved a partnership between the city and Johns Hopkins University on Tuesday. → Read More

Baldwin high school students, brothers injured in major crash on route 51

Two teenage brothers are recovering after a major crash that shut down part of route 51 last week. → Read More

Murrysville may let residents opt out of seeing door-to-door solicitors

Should a solicitor knock anyway, their permit is immediately revoked. → Read More

Suspect in violent downtown carjacking identified, charged

Police have confirmed that the man accused of a violent carjacking in downtown Pittsburgh is the same suspect who later crashed the stolen car into an occupied police vehicle in Philadelphia. → Read More

Flyers with anti-Semitic conspiracies tossed across Mt. Lebo neighborhood

Neighbors in Mount Lebanon are upset after anti-Semitic propaganda was dispersed across their neighborhood. → Read More