KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (3/18)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
State House Passes Bike Lane BillA bill passed the Pennsylvania State House unanimously that would allow municipalities to create parking-protected bike lanes.
Husband And Wife Hug For First Time In A YearA sweet moment between a local couple was captured on video.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (3/17)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin’s forecast!
Police Cite Person For Ilegal DumpingThe Mahoning Township police said a person was cited for illegal dumping.
Pittsburgh Man Accused Of Threatening FBI Agents While Under Investigation IndictedA Pittsburgh man under investigation by the FBI has been charged with threatening agents.
2 Pittsburgh Colleges Launching Center To Fight Extremist HatePitt and CMU are joining forces on a new center to study extremist hate. KDKA’s Bryant Reed has more on the center’s plans.
Interstate 79 Closed In Washington CountyInterstate 79 is closed in both directions in Washington County.
Allegheny Co. To Expand Vaccine Eligibility As Leaders Fear Spring SurgeAllegheny County is expanding who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. KDKA’s Jessica Guay has more.
Reporter Update: Pitt, CMU Launch Center To Fight Extremist HatePitt and CMU are joining forces on a new center to study extremist hate. KDKA’s Bryant Reed has more.
Reporter Update: Allegheny County To Expand Vaccine EligibilityKDKA’s Jessica Guay has more on how the expansion impacts people waiting to get the vaccine in Allegheny County.
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Stranger Gives Part Of His Liver To Pennsylvania Man In Need Of Organ DonationKDKA’s Kym Gable has more, On A Positive Note.
2021 Pittsburgh Irish Festival Set For SeptemberMairin Petrone has more on the 2021 Pittsburgh Irish Festival, which is set for September.
Allergies Or COVID-19?As spring allergies begin to ramp up, how do you know if it’s allergies or coronavirus? A UPMC pediatric allergist has more with KDKA’s Meghan Schiller.
City Of Pittsburgh Hopes Opioid Overdose Dashboard Will Help Those Struggling With AddictionLocal leaders are calling it a crisis only further exasperated by the pandemic. They’re now using a new opioid overdose dashboard to shed light on the question “how can we help people struggling with opioid addiction?” KDKA’s Meghan Schiller reports.
Where Are The Workers?The pandemic caused a massive wave of unemployment in our region. But now that the economy is coming back, employers face a new problem. KDKA’s Andy Sheehan has more.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (3/17)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin’s forecast!
Allegheny County To Expand Vaccine Eligibility As Leaders Raise Concerns Over Spring SurgeAllegheny County is expanding who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine at its clinics before a possible spring surge; KDKA’s Paul Martino reports.
Businesses Making A Comeback After Massive Fire On South SideIt’s been more than a month since a massive fire destroyed a historic South Side building. KDKA’s Hoffman has more on how the businesses are making a comeback.
Regional Councils Aim To Equalize HealthThere are new efforts to address health disparities in specific regions. KDKA’s Dr. Maria Simbra reports on Regional Accountable Health Councils and how they’ll work.
Stretch Of Nashville Highway To Be Renamed For Slain Butler Co. Native And Nurse Caitlyn KaufmanA stretch of highway in Nashville will be named after Caitlyn Kaufman, the Butler County native, who was murdered while on her way to work at a hospital late last year. Katie Johnston reports.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Decides To Uphold St. Philip School MergerThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has decided to uphold the upcoming merger of St. Philip School in Crafton with St. Margaret of Scotland in Green Tree; KDKA’s Kym Gable reports.
Local School Resource Officer Accused Of Roughing Up StudentA Connellsville Area School District resources officer is facing charges. KDKA’s Ross Guidotti has more.
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