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If you missed the Wednesday edition of the KDKA Afternoon News, here are some of the highlights.
The latest news from New York is that the NHL has rejected the players’ latest offer for a labor deal. According to the Associated Press, negotiations have broken off at least until the weekend.
The man accused of pushing another man in front of a subway train in New York City reportedly has ties to the Pittsburgh area.
It’s 1984, and life isn’t easy for 16-year-old Carrie Bradshaw. Since their mother passed away, Carrie’s younger sister Dorritt is more rebellious than ever, and their father Tom is overwhelmed with the responsibility of suddenly having to care for two teenage girls on his own.
A lot of Pittsburghers might land on Santa’s naughty list this Christmas.
Will having a celebrity neighbor help or hurt your home’s value?
Here’s a look at The CW’s holiday programming schedule!
Pittsburghers are everywhere and that includes New York City, which is taking a pounding from Superstorm Sandy. KDKA’s David Highfield talked on Monday with two people originally from our area, but who are now living in Big Apple.
History classes in local high schools have varying degrees of interest, but one particular history class in McKeesport may have more impact than any textbook.
CBS will provide a broad look back and forward with special programming during the weekend marking the historic 10th anniversary of the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The Story Corps project gives strangers a place to share and connect through quick audio clips recorded in booths around New York and San Francisco, as well as those submitted online.
A new iPhone app aims to restore the missing Twin Towers to a virtual view of New York’s skyline.
Following the events of 9/11, one New Yorker sought to offer friendship and support to a key group in her neighborhood: the local mosque.
Renown author on spirituality and culture Rabbi Shmuley Boteach shared his reflections on how America has changed in the course of the decade since the events of 9/11.
The co-founder and spiritual director for New York’s One Spirit Learning Alliance praises forgiveness does not mean condoning harm, but freeing oneself from past pain.