KDKA Investigates: Thousands Of Dollars Spent On Pittsburgh Public School TravelA KDKA investigation finds that in 2017, through the month of November, the Pittsburgh Public District spent $306,000 on travel expenses.
Peduto: City 'Clearly' Needs To Do Better Job Removing Snow, Treating RoadsPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says the city will take immediate action to improve snow removal and road treatment operations.
KDKA Investigates: City Streets Snow-Covered As Plow Operators Stay HomeKDKA has learned that many plow operators just didn't come to work this weekend, leaving the city shorthanded during last week's snow and ice storm.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Administration Official Placed On Paid LeaveA Pittsburgh Public Schools administration official is on paid leave.
Home Health Aide Accused Of Swindling Elderly Veteran Now Facing Eviction A few weeks back we told you the sad tale of Don Cameron an aging U.S. Army vet who seems to have misplaced his trust in a home health aide named Melissa Miller.
Pittsburgh Police Arrest Suspect In 'Violent' Serial Robber CasePittsburgh Police say they have arrested a suspect in connection with a recent series of violent robberies involving at least five businesses.
KDKA Investigation: State Finds Major Concerns At Clairton KennelThere are new developments in an investigation into a Clairton kennel after complaints about pets contracting the deadly parvovirus.
Pennsylvania Shuts Down Construction On Sunoco Gas PipelinePennsylvania environmental officials have ordered Sunoco to halt construction of a natural gas pipeline across the southern part of the state.
KDKA Investigates: Families Say Kennel Did Nothing About Deadly Parvovirus OutbreakA woman says her newly-adopted dog got sick and died from the Parvovirus after going to the Gaydos-Behanna Kennel to be microchipped.
Pa. Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay Resigns As Harassment Complaint ResurfacesState fire commissioner Tim Solobay stepped down Sunday with the resurfacing of a sexual harassment claim filed six years ago by an aide who worked for Solobay when he was still a state senator.
Christmas Chaos In The Strip District With Biggest Crowds EverSome people were waiting hours in Strip District on Friday to get what they needed for Christmas, but despite the chaos, there was still a festive atmosphere.
KDKA Investigation: Retraining Program For Miners SuedSome coal miners say they didn't get the opportunities they were promised through a job training program.

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