Batting practice is underway at PNC Park, and a dozen “ballhawks” armed with gloves chase down home run balls in the left field stands.
One man is in custody after the Allegheny County Police SWAT Team surrounded a duplex in the 100-block of California Avenue in the Borough of Oakmont late Wednesday night.
O is for Oakmont and Oakland! KDKA to Z visited different locations all through the month of October. We visited the Oakmont Bakery on October 25 and celebrated Oakland on October 19th.
Oakmont Police are asking for help from the public as they search for a disabled Army veteran who went missing last week.
Defined and separated by our three rivers, we are a community dependent on our bridges.
As crazed-eyed New Yorkers lined up in the early hours to grab the city’s hottest food fad, Pittsburgh’s own Oakmont Bakery came up with a delicious take on the Cronut.
Road construction is underway in Oakmont and that means some traffic changes for drivers.
These great Pittsburgh bookstores have special events that engage the community of booklovers in Pittsburgh.
Eight years with Pittsburgh Police and now the force is rallying around Officer Morgan Jenkins who was shot in the line of duty early Thursday morning.
In a sign that warmer days are just around the corner, PennDOT announced some of its major spring road projects on Friday.
Former Highmark CEO, Ken Melani, is no longer facing assault charges following a fistfight he got into back in March.
The KDKA Investigators have learned that charges against former Highmark CEO Dr. Ken Melani will be dropped as part of a plea deal made between all parties involved.
For the first time, we’re hearing from a woman who says she witnessed part of the confrontation that lead to charges against former Highmark CEO Ken Melani.
The Bookmobile backs up to the door of the Mystery Lovers Book shop in Oakmont. Owner Richard Goldman boxes up more than 150 new books, donated by customers to the Allegheny County Library Association.
Grasping his medals from his military service, a very thankful and emotional Tony Pallatto stood in front of his Oakmont home weeping. “It touches me,” he said. “For all the buddies I lost in Vietnam, all veterans, my total respect for all of them.”