Donate To Children's Hospital 64th Annual Free Care FundKDKA is proud to broadcast the 64th KDKA Annual Free Care Fund Benefit Show.
Pittsburgh Ranks High On List Of Best College Towns & CitiesPittsburgh has received some high marks in a new study on the best college towns and cities in America.
Ski Season Gets Underway At Hidden Valley And Seven SpringsGreat news for everyone waiting to hit the slopes during this upcoming winter. Ski season is finally here! Hidden Valley and Seven Springs have begun ski operations for the 2017/2018 winter season.
Humane Animal Rescue Wins $5K For Chihuahua's Weight Loss StoryA dog's tremendous weight loss story is translating to dollar signs.
Family Sells 'Cupcakes For Cohen' To Pay For Son's Brain Tumor TreatmentsA family has been selling cupcakes all over the Pittsburgh area to help pay for the expensive treatments their son Cohen needs as he's battling a brain tumor.
6 Serious Injuries Reported In Connection To Crossbow Arrow Nock RecallA company is recalling its crossbow arrow nocks after several people were seriously injured.
Baby Formula Recalled Worldwide Over Salmonella FearsBaby formula is being pulled from shelves around the world because of concerns about food safety.
CMU Student Raises Money For 5th Relief Trip To Puerto RicoRosana Guernica, a Carnegie Mellon University student and Puerto Rico native, has been raising money to organize private charters to get needed aid down to the island.
PennDOT, Pittsburgh Snow Plow Trackers Available OnlineWith snow in the forecast, drivers will want to know if roads in their area have been cleared before they head out.
Mother, 6 Children Lose Everything In Butler County House FireA woman and her six children lost everything when a fire destroyed their home in Butler County early Sunday morning.
Less Than Half Of Recalled Takata Airbags Have Been ReplacedLess than half of the 41 million potentially explosive air bag inflators made by Takata have been replaced.
Salvation Army Says Collections Are Down Tens Of Thousands Of DollarsThe Salvation Army bell ringers are sounding the alarm over their Christmas collections. They’re down tens of thousands of dollars, and they’re afraid people they serve might feel the impact.