KDKA Investigates: Theft Victim Frustrated In Attempt To Recover Family HeirloomsOpioid addiction is on the rise, and so are burglaries and thefts, as addicts try to turn stolen jewelry into quick cash for their next fix.
Abused Dog Effie Healthy, Thriving Almost One Year After RescueNearly one year ago, she was an emaciated dog rescued from death’s door, but this Christmas, Effie is thriving.
Third Riot In Weeks Breaks Out At Juvenile Facility, Several ArrestedA riot broke out Sunday at a juvenile detention and treatment center in Butler County.
Parents, Lawmakers Working To Equip School Buses With Sensor CamerasParents and officials are hoping that new technology will keep children safe when getting on and off school buses.
Bronze Plaque Honoring Fallen Soldiers Unveiled At City-County BuildingThe City-County Building now has a bronze plaque honoring soldiers from Allegheny County who were killed in action during the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and the Middle East. The plaque was unveiled at a ceremony Saturday morning.
Lawmakers Trying To Waive Background Check Fees For First RespondersWhen Pennsylvania lawmakers passed changes to the state child abuse laws, they never intended for it to place a new financial burden on first responders.
KD Investigation Gets Results: Lawmaker Introducing Bill To Curb Towing AbuseThere's an accident on the North Side.
KDKA Investigation Gets Results: Rogue Tow Truck OperationsThey're called chasers -- tow truck drivers who race to the scene of accidents. It’s clearly documented by one of them tearing through the streets on the North Side in a video posted to YouTube.
KDKA Investigates: Rogue Towing Operators Ripping Off VictimsDominic Zieilinski wasn't paying close attention when he pulled out on Route 51 and got T-boned by a truck.
Lawmakers Working To Strengthen Pa. Laws Against Dog FightingThere are new details about an alleged dog fighting ring that was broken up by humane agents on Friday night in Wilkinsburg.
Gov. Corbett Doubts State Will Solve Reassessment MessGovernor Tom Corbett is trying to lower expectations that Harrisburg will do anything about the reassessment problem in Allegheny County.
State Lawmakers Urge Quick Action On ReassessmentsWith implementation of the new assessment numbers put on hold for another year, does that give time for the state legislature to stop court-ordered assessments?