Morning update: Halloween, self-driving Uber & Steelers’ Jones
A look at what’s happening and what’s coming up in Western Pennsylvania.
Uber has rolled out its latest fleet of self-driving cars on Pittsburgh’s streets, with a self-driving Volvo spotted last week in Oakland.
The biggest scares at Pittsburgh-area costume shops this year came from the real-life horrors of the presidential campaign, or customers’ clashes over hot-ticket costumes like Harley Quinn from the summer blockbuster movie “Suicide Squad.”
Former first-round pick Jarvis Jones is starting to thrive amid an uncertain future with the Steelers.
Volunteers from the Latrobe Art Center are restoring 12 wooden soldiers that have long been a part of the city’s holiday display. Members are cleaning, sanding and painting the soldiers with a deadline of Nov. 23 so they’re ready for light-up night around Thanksgiving.
The weather for Halloween should be a treat, with a partly cloudy day with a high of 55 and a low of 45, according to WPXI.