Organ donors and their families were honored today at Allegheny General Hospital.
A Warrendale coffee shop is helping local charities, one cup at a time.
A burn mark on a tree trunk in Legion Keener Park testifies to a fire, set last summer.
In the shadow of the Wilkinsburg Municipal Building, a milestone takes root. Volunteers are planting their 500th tree in the past two years.
A pair of nesting eagles, on a hillside in Hays, have attracted a lot of attention. Now, news that a chick hatched over the weekend has brought out the binoculars again.
In April of 1947 Jackie Robinson stepped onto the field and the game was changed forever.
Director John Venner cues Tim King, who lets the cows out to pasture, as cameras roll. Stage 3 Productions is taping the second season of “Farm Kings,” a popular show on GAC, the Great American Country network.
Sgt. John Howe had a treat in store for Three Hierarchs Eastern Orthodox School in Heidelberg.
Joe Tommarello, 20, is drumming up support for his campaign. He canvasses the neighborhood like a seasoned politician, which is not much of a stretch. The sophomore at Robert Morris University has already served two years on the Plum Borough school board.
Victims of the Holocaust — 6 million Jews killed by Nazis during World War II — have not been forgotten.
Sunday marks the 45th anniversary of a historic civil rights standoff in the Hill District.
Congratulations to KDKA’s Dave Crawley, who won the National March Madness of Children’s Poetry!
It’s the March Madness of poetry, and now, KDKA’s Dave Crawley is the national champion!
Bruno Sammartino is returning to Madison Square Garden.
For the first time ever, the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium has a red panda. Two-year-old Xia comes from a zoo in North Dakota.
|Full Program Grid|
|7:00 PM||CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley|
|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||NCIS: Los Angeles|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|