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Steelers Super Bowl Champions Reunite To Reflect On 6 TitlesKDKA-TV asked some Super Bowl champion Steelers to share their perspective on what it's like to be part of the spectacle.
Police Officers Put Through Deadly Force TrainingHost Mike Pintek and KDKA-AM Program Director Jim Graci got to participate in Pittsburgh Police deadly force training.
Gov. Wolf: A 'Train Wreck' Is Coming If Budget Isn't BalancedDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf is warning of huge cuts in spending for education and local services next year without a balanced budget as Pennsylvania lawmakers return to the state Capitol.
Turnpike Commission Apologizes For Massive Backup During StormWhile the cause of the massive backup on the Pennsylvania Turnpike over the weekend is known, it could take weeks to figure out what went wrong resolving it.
Road Crews, Schools, Residents Preparing For Winter StormRoads were dry, traffic was flowing and there was even a bit of sun on Thursday, but everyone knows that something is coming our way.
UPMC Study Shows The Dangers Of Smoking HookahThough it’s often thought of as a “safer” way to smoke tobacco, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has released information that suggests Hookah smoke is full of toxins that could rival cigarettes.
Former Steelers WR Antwaan Randle El: ‘If I Could Go Back, I Wouldn’t Play Football’Just a few years removed from playing NFL football, former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antwaan Randle El says he wishes he would have never played.
Wolf: Money Isn’t There For Funding State-Related UniversitiesA push by the Republican majority in Pennsylvania's House of Representatives to free up $578 million for Penn State and other state-related universities has failed.
Parkway East Reopens Ahead Of ScheduleThe round-the-clock work to clean up the rubble left behind on the Parkway East following the implosion of the Greenfield Bridge has paid off.
Pittsburgh Prepares For First Night Celebration With Heightened SecurityA stage building crew is busy Wednesday at the corner of 8th Street and Penn Avenue.
Gov. Wolf Vetoes Parts Of Budget, Calls On Legislators To Get Back To WorkGov. Wolf vetoed parts of an overdue state budget, but freed up $23.3 billion in funding this morning.
Pittsburgh Launches Website To Show Residents, Businesses If They’re Owed MoneyPittsburgh is holding $90,000, and City Controller Michael Lamb says that money belongs to the taxpayers.

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