Thousands Attend Pittsburgh Women's MarchPeople flooded the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh for the second annual Women's March on Sunday afternoon.
Pittsburgh Has Heart: Global WordsmithsMary Jane McCullough stops by to talk about Global Wordsmiths and their mission!
Ya Jagoff Celebrating 100th PodcastJohn Chamberlin and Rachel Rennebeck stop by to talk about Ya Jagoff’s 100th podcast episode!
Adoptable Pet Of The Week: Animal FriendsCody Hollerman, of Animal Friends, stops by to talk about this year’s Puppy Bowl and he brought along two adorable puppies!
Money Monday: Financial Resolutions For 2018Rob Wilson stops by to talk about ways to start out 2018 on the right foot!
Yelp Pittsburgh’s Top Winter ActivitiesYelp Pittsburgh’s Rachel Carlson stops by to talk about some fun winter activities for your family!
Teen Recovering After Being Shot Multiple Times In HomewoodPolice are investigating after a teenager was shot multiple times in Homewood late Sunday night.
Senate Talks Fall Short, Shutdown Extends Into WorkweekOver the weekend, the Senate inched closer but ultimately fell short of an agreement that would have reopened federal agencies.
KDKA-TV Top Stories (1/22)Here’s a look at some of today’s top stories.
Thousands Attend Pittsburgh Women's MarchPeople flooded the streets of Downtown Pittsburgh for the second annual Women's March on Sunday afternoon; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Boil Water Advisory Issued In Fairchance For The 2nd Time This MonthFairchance Borough in Fayette County has been placed under a precautionary boil water advisory for the second time this month.
Franklin Regional H.S. Stabbing Suspect To Be Sentenced MondayThe man who pleaded guilty to stabbing 20 students and a security guard while he was a student at Franklin Regional High School will reportedly speak in court before he is sentenced Monday.
Government Shut Down Looms As Senate Vote Appears To FailA government shutdown appears to be imminent following a failed vote on a bill in the Senate; CBS's Mola Lenghi reports.
False Alarm Sends Hawaii Into PanicMark Lisovich, of Charleroi, was vacationing in Hawaii and said he didn't really know what to do after receiving an alert saying a ballistic missile threat was inbound to the islands.
Inbound Missile Alert Mistakenly Sent Out In HawaiiA false alarm that warned of a ballistic missile headed for Hawaii sent the islands into a panic Saturday; CBS's Laura Podesta reports.