Pa. Resources Council Holding Collection Event At Boyce ParkAn event to collect and recycle household chemicals safely will be in the Boyce Park Ski Lodge parking lot on Saturday.
Pennsylvania Asks State Supreme Court To Extend Mail-In Voting DeadlineAfter a warning from the U.S. Postal Service regarding delivery times, the Wolf Administration is asking the State Supreme Court to extend the mail-in voting deadline.
PNC Committing $10 Million To Help Small Businesses In PittsburghIn an effort to make sure small businesses are supported, PNC is committing $10 million to Pittsburgh's Urban Redevelopment Authority.
Anxiety And Uncertainty: Pittsburghers Grapple With The Unknown During The Coronavirus PandemicFive months into the pandemic and many are grappling with some of the bigger questions surrounding it.
Pittsburgh Weather: Hot Friday Leads Into Rainy WeekendThis summer has been one of the hottest on record in Pittsburgh and that trend continues on Friday.
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Pittsburgh Pirates Return From Layoff, Beat Cincinnati Reds 9-6The Pirates returned from a three-day layoff with a flourish, beating the Cincinnati Reds 9-6.
NCAA Cancels Fall Championship EventsThe NCAA called off fall championship events.
Pittsburgh Pirates Activate Closer Keone KelaPittsburgh Pirates pitcher Keone Kela is back after testing positive for coronavirus.
Robert Morris, Big South Conference Postpone Fall Sports Until SpringRobert Morris will not be playing football in the fall after the Big South Conference decided to delay fall sports until the spring.
Monroeville Native And Penn State Football Safety Disappointed By Postponed SeasonJaquan Brisker was expecting to play his senior season in Happy Valley but that's not going to happen, at least not this fall.
Reporter Update: Mt. Lebanon Votes To Start School Year RemotelyParents, students, educators, and school board members all clashed over how to start the school year in Mt. Lebanon and ultimately the school board decided to start the year remotely. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has all the latest details.
Contact Tracing Scam In PennsylvaniaScammers are calling Pennsylvanians posing as contact tracers and asking for personal information. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
Mt. Lebanon Votes For Online Start To School YearKDKA's Pam Surano has more on the district's plan.
Member Of Allderdice Girls Soccer Team Tests PositiveConditioning for Allderdice's girls soccer is canceled for two weeks after a player tested positive for coronavirus.
Crews Battling Fire In Venango CountyCrews are battling a fire at Seneva Hardwoods Lumber.
Reporter Update: Scammers Stealing Information With Contact Tracing SchemeKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on scammers impersonating contact tracers.
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Something Good: PTL Viewer Appreciation WallPittsburgh Today Live thanks you for all your photos to hang on our Viewer Appreciation Wall!
Back To School Clothes TrendsPittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham visits the Mall At Robinson for some back to school clothing trends.
Pour Moi Climate Smart Skin Care's Answer To Premature Aging From Tech Blue LightPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood talks with Ulli Haslacher, of Pour Moi Climate Smart Skin Care, about their products to help prevent premature aging from harmful blue light emitted from technology screens.
PTL Weekend Guide: Aug. 13, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David catch up with Pittsburgh Magazine's Sean Collier who has a guide to the weekend!
An Interview With Hollywood TV Producer Tim KaiserPittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Tim Kaiser, a Western Pennsylvania native and TV producer, about how Hollywood will make television shows in the age of coronavirus.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Aug. 13, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Making Television In The Age Of COVID-19Pittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Tim Kaiser, a Western Pennsylvania native and TV producer, about how Hollywood will make television shows in the age of coronavirus.
Quarantine Cooking: Your Essential Nonstick Cookware GuideStep up your quarantine cooking with this guide to nonstick cookware.
How To: 6 Easy Steps To Make Homemade Soft PretzelsLearn how to make your own homemade soft pretzels with these six easy steps!
5 Vodka Sauce Recipes To Try This WeekAnd would you miss it if it wasn't there?
Try These Make-Ahead Freezer Meals Perfect For WeeknightsSet yourself up for easy weeknight dinners no matter what!
Coronavirus Cooking: The Most Searched Recipe In Every State During QuarantineFind the most popular eats for your home state and across the country during the coronavirus quarantine.
Quarantine Recipes: How To Make Homemade BagelsSee how to make your own homemade bagels while stuck inside during quarantine.
On A Positive Note: Woman Turns Terrifying Encounter Into Learning Experience With Self-Defense ClassA local woman is fighting back after a frightening encounter and creating a space for other moms and daughters do the same.
On A Positive Note: Getting Some 'Mom-Spiration'The coronavirus pandemic has left many looking for connection and one local mom is giving kids and families that chance.
Watch: Lone Bagpiper Plays Tribute To Pittsburgh Firefighter Christopher ConwayAs Pittsburgh firefighters paid their final respects to Chris Conway, a lone bagpiper continued to play as they filed out.
Coronavirus Pandemic Causing Shortages In Everything From Cash To Manufacturing SuppliesEverything from coins to building supplies and all the way to refrigerators are in short supply due to the coronavirus pandemic.
'Traffic Calming Devices:' City Seeing Increase In Demand For Speed HumpsYou may not be familiar with the city's new term: "Traffic Calming Devices" but you've certainly seen them while driving.
Local Volunteer Groups Stepping Up To Help End Child Food InsecurityFood insecurity in children is being exacerbated due to the pandemic but a couple of local organizations are working to solve that problem.