Pittsburgh Man Taking Part In 'Run Across Haiti'A man from Aspinwall is one of 30 American runners taking part in a "Run Across Haiti" next month.
Health Officials Confirm First Case Of Zika In West VirginiaWest Virginia health officials say the first case of the Zika virus has been reported in the state.
Haitian Earthquake Survivor Thriving At Pittsburgh CollegeToday marks the fifth anniversary of a massive earthquake in Haiti that killed thousands of people.
Haiti Marks 5th Anniversary Of Deadly Quake, Local Hospital HonoredHaiti is marking the fifth anniversary of a devastating earthquake, and a Pittsburgh based hospital in that country is being honored.
PTL Links: Sept. 19, 2014 Some of today’s topics include: <li><a href="http://www.everychildinc.org/" target="_blank">Every Child Presents Challenge the Champions</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.sewickleyantiquesshow.com/" target="_blank">Sewickley Show-Antiques Re-imagined</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.growpittsburgh.org/what-we-do/" target="_blank">Grow Pittsburgh's 5th Annual Fundraiser</a></li> <a href="http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2014/09/19/ptl-links-sept-19-2014/">Click here for more of today's links!</a>
Local Organization Taking In Central American Refugees You’ve seen them on the national news and heard of their perilous journeys across the dessert, fleeing drug-invested and poverty-stricken Central America.
August Wilson Hopes To Draw Visitors With New Haiti ExhibitThis is not the Haiti that we see in network images of poverty and disaster.
KDKA-AM Exclusive: Haiti's Milk Problem Ever since the horrible earthquake several years ago in Haiti local ladies Jamie & Allie McMutrie who are the founders of HaitianFamiliesFirst.org.
Friday's KDKA Afternoon News: Feb. 15, 2013PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) -- KDKA Radio's Bill Rehkopf made his triumphant return from illness to the Friday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News.
Brain Tumor Survivor A True Inspiration As She Works To Help Haitian OrphansDuring her senior year at North Allegheny High School, her life was inalterably changed by a brain tumor. It set Christina Schuliger on an arduous two-year path of rehabilitation and struggle in which she's had to relearn even the simplest tasks. But she defied her doctor's expectations.
DEFEND YOUR RIDE: Ian Rosenberger From Survivor Palau At Highland Park“My car may look small, but it fits my 6-foot-7 frame just fine.” - Ian Rosenberger from Survivor Palau and his Toyota Prius
Final 3 Haitian Orphans Brought To Pittsburgh After Earthquake AdoptedIt's been two years since the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti. Hundreds of orphans there were left with nothing. Dozens of those children were brought here to Pittsburgh for a new life, and today, the last three adoptions were finalized.