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Parents Say Pine-Richland Head Football Coach Eric Kasperowicz And Entire Coaching Staff Will Not Return In FallKDKA has learned from several parents in the Pine-Richland School District that head football coach Eric Kasperowicz and his entire coaching staff will not return in the fall.
Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro Debuts Program In Fayette Co. To Help Those Battling AddictionPennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro visited Fayette County to tout a program designed to help those with addiction issues.
UPMC Opens Pittsburgh Mills COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic To Walk-InsUPMC is now taking walk-ins for its Pittsburgh Mills vaccine clinic.
15-Year-Old Boy Shot And Killed In Lincoln-Lemington Remembered For Sharp Wit And Big SmileA 15-year-old boy who was shot and killed while walking home from his sister's home in Lincoln-Lemington is being remembered for his big smile and sharp wit.
Volunteers To Plant Tree Seedlings At Flight 93 Memorial For National Parks WeekVolunteers will plant tree seedlings at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Somerset County in honor of National Parks Week next week.
Health Department: 109 Allegheny County Residents Have Tested Positive For COVID-19 After Getting VaccinatedAllegheny County Health Director Dr. Debra Bogen says the data on residents testing positive for COVID-19 after getting vaccinated is "very encouraging."
Virus Claims Life Of Young African Elephant Lucas At Toledo ZooThe Toledo zoo has announced the death of a young African elephant of a species-specific viral disease.
Unaccompanied Children From Border Arrive In ErieAbout 150 unaccompanied children found at the southern border of the U.S. have arrived in northwestern Pennsylvania and will be housed at a dormitory at the Pennsylvania International Academy.
Steelers Greats Franco Harris, Mel Blount Encourage Black Community To Get COVID-19 VaccineTwo Steelers greats joined leaders of Pittsburgh's Black community to urge people to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Parking App Used In Pittsburgh Experiences Data Breach
Wolf Administration Encourages College Students To Get Vaccinated Before Going HomeGov. Tom Wolf's administration is encouraging college students to get the COVID-19 vaccine before they go home for the summer.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: 40.1% Of State's Eligible Population Receives 1st Vaccine Doses

CBS World News

Biden to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by 9/11President Biden is pushing forward with the Trump administration's plan to pull the final U.S. troops out of Afghanistan by September 11. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN’s "Red & Blue" host Elaine Quijano to discuss the decision. Washington Post political reporter Eugene Scott and Vox White House reporter Ella Nilsen then discuss the rest of the day's political news.
Brazil grapples with surging COVID deaths and hospitalizationsThe coronavirus is having a devastating toll in Brazil, where hospitals and morgues are filling up and the country is running out of medicine. Manuel Bojorquez has more details.
Brazilian town fighting Zika virus with more mosquitoesMillions of genetically-modified mosquitoes are being released in the Brazilian town of Piracicaba with the hope that they'll take out Zika-infected mosquitoes. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
Biden announces full withdrawal from Afghanistan by September 11President Biden said the U.S. will withdraw its troops from Afghanistan after two decades of war. The decision has been criticized by Republicans. Weijia Jiang takes a look.
ISIS chemical weapons expert capturedU.S. Special Forces in Northern Iraq have captured an ISIS commander who was developing chemical weapons. According to the Pentagon, ISIS has mounted a dozen chemical weapons attacks in Iraq and Syria. David Martin has more.
Tiger gets loose on freeway in QatarMotorists on a busy highway in Qatar had more than gridlock to worry about on a recent commute. A tiger escaped from a moving truck and proceeded to prowl the the roadway while drivers watched. Watch the full video.