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Wild Card Preparations Underway, Including Playoff Rally Tuesday
Good news if you just can’t wait for Wednesday’s Wild Card game!
Former Steeler Andy Russell Supporting Food Bank In Multiple Ways
Former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Andy Russell joined "The KDKA Morning News" to talk about his event to support the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.
New Chip Credit Card Technology Behind Schedule In Getting Implemented In U.S.
Instead of swiping credit cards, Americans will soon dip or feed their card.
Columbus Replica Ships Nina & Pinta Sail Into Pittsburgh
It may feel like you've stepped back in time if you are near the rivers in Downtown Pittsburgh tonight.
Family, Community Mourn Girl, 6, Killed By Alleged DUI Driver
The Shaler Township community is devastated after an accident over the weekend claimed the life of a little girl when a driver, who was believed to be under the influence, hit her and her mother.
Pope Francis Joins Hundreds Of Thousands For Mass
Pope Francis led hundreds of thousands of the faithful Sunday at the last and biggest event of his joyful, six-day U.S. visit - a Mass on Philadelphia's grandest boulevard - after consoling victims of the church sex abuse scandal and offering words...
Bishop Zubik: Atmosphere 'Electric' Around Pope Francis
Bishop David Zubik joined the "KDKA Morning News" live from the south lawn of the White House Wednesday morning in anticipation of the pope’s first address since arriving in the United States.
Photos: 2015 KDKA Spaghetti Breakfast
Check out the photos from the 32nd Annual KDKA Spaghetti Breakfast held Friday, September 18.
Local Catholics Head To Philadelphia For Papal Visit
This morning, a large group packed up and left Pittsburgh for their trip to see the pope in Philadelphia.
Burgatory First Of New North Shore Restaurants To Open
Delayed by quite a bit, the first new restaurant on North Shore Drive will open it's doors tomorrow morning.
Gov. Wolf Puts Down Markers For Signing Short-Term Spending Bill
Gov. Tom Wolf appears to be no mood to break an 11-week-old budget stalemate by signing onto a short-term spending plan that Republican lawmakers are preparing to advance.
Unconventional Braddock Mayor Fetterman Announces For US Senate
The mayor of a small steel town near Pittsburgh is adding intrigue to Pennsylvania's race for U.S. Senate.