Police: Man Dies After Being Shot Multiple Times In Penn HillsPolice are investigating after a man was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds in Penn Hills on Monday evening.
Road Crews Preparing For First Tricky Commute Of The SeasonThe Tuesday morning commute could be a challenging one thanks to rain, snow and cold temperatures.
Pennsylvania Aims To Save Lives By Installing Cameras In Construction ZonesPennsylvania is taking steps to try to make work zones safer by installing cameras in work zones to catch and cite speeding drivers.
Memorials To Squirrel Hill Synagogue Shooting Victims To Be Moved IndoorsThe memorials for the Squirrel Hill synagogue shooting victims left outside the Tree of Life Synagogue will soon be deconstructed so they can be moved indoors.
Vatican Orders U.S. Bishops To Delay Votes On Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal ReformsThe United States Council of Catholic Bishops gathered in Baltimore to take on the church abuse scandal, but in a letter to their assembly, Pope Francis ordered that their reforms be put on hold.
KDKA Investigates: Priest Still Not Listed As Abuser Despite Old & New AllegationsA man says his relative's allegations of clergy sex abuse by a priest in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh are being kept under wraps.
New Video Technology Raises Concerns About 'Deep Fakes'New technology is making it easier to manipulate video and sound and some of it's being developed right here in Pittsburgh, but there's also a real concern about it.
Police Looking For Pair Of Fake Utility Workers Ransacking Homes, Stealing ValuablesPolice in Westmoreland County are looking for two men who they say are going door-to-door, posing as utility workers and scamming people out of their money and valuables.
Gun Control Battle Brews As City May Opt To Legislate Despite State Preemption RulesAfter the massacre of 11 worshipers at Tree of Life synagogue, local elected officials want to prevent this from ever happening again.
Guide To Light Up Night 2018What’s so unique and fun about Light Up Night is that it is a free outdoor event that truly has something for everyone!
White Oak Woman To Perform In Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeA White Oak woman will perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year.
Brother's Brother To Send Relief Supplies To California Wildfire VictimsThe Pittsburgh-based charity Brother's Brother Foundation will send relief supplies to California wildfire victims.
Pittsburgh Joins Nationwide Protests Over Resignation Of AG Jeff SessionsDozens of people gathered outside the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh to protest what they are calling the forced resignation of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
White House's Ban Of CNN Reporter Following Confrontation Stirs ControversyA long-standing feud between President Donald Trump and journalist Jim Acosta culminated with the CNN reporter's press credentials being revoked.
Congressman Mike Doyle Says Divided Government Doesn't Have To Mean GridlockThe United States is back to divided government again.
'A Really Good Day For Women In Politics': Pa. Women Make History During Midterm ElectionIt's been 98 years since women gained the right to vote in the U.S. Constitution. But since then women have had a difficult time getting elected to legislative bodies. This year was different.
Fetterman Says He Won’t Move Into Lieutenant Governor's ResidencePennsylvania's newly elected lieutenant governor says he does not plan to move into the lavish state-owned official residence and hopes to make it available for some type of public use.
Lindsey Williams Claims Victory In District 38 State Senate RaceA Pennsylvania state Senate race, where socialism became a big buzzword went deep into the night.
Lowe's Closing 51 North American Stores, Including 1 In PennsylvaniaIn another sign of the times for retail, Lowe's is closing 51 North American stores.
Uber Files Application With PennDOT To Resume Self-Driving Car Tests In PittsburghUber wants to restart testing autonomous vehicles on public roads nearly eight months after one of its SUVs hit and killed an Arizona pedestrian.
Aqua America To Acquire Peoples In $4.2 Billion Deal, Raising Implications For PWSAAqua America has announced that it is acquiring Peoples in a $4.275 billion deal.
Top Burger Chains Fail On Annual Antibiotics Report CardTwenty-five of the top US burger chains were graded on their antibiotic policies in a collaborative report released Wednesday. Only two chains received As, Shake Shack and BurgerFi; the other 23 got a D minus or F.
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Passes Away At 65Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died, his investment firm Vulcan said Monday. He was 65.
U.S. Steel, United Steelworkers Reach Tentative AgreementU.S. Steel has announced a tentative agreement with the United Steelworkers Union.
Stan Lee, Marvel Comics Co-Creator, Dies At 95A family attorney says Marvel giant Stan Lee, the architect of the contemporary comic book, has died at age 95.
Buzz, Woody Return In 'Toy Story 4' TeaserEight years since their last adventure, Buzz, Woody and the rest of the "Toy Story" gang return in a brand new teaser trailer for the long-awaited fourth film in the series.
Iron Maiden To Play PPG Paints Arena In 2019Iron Maiden is bringing their international tour to Pittsburgh in 2019.
Bruno Mars Donates Money To Provide Thanksgiving Meals To 24KBruno Mars will mark the end of his massive "24K Magic World Tour" by providing meals to 24,000 Hawaii residents in need for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Bumper Cars, Mini-Golf, A Go-Kart Track: New Entertainment Center Opens At Edgewood Towne CenterThe old Kmart store at Edgewood Towne Center has a new life as an entertainment facility known as Scene75.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld To Perform In PittsburghComedian Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Pittsburgh for two performances next year.
CDC: Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Raw Turkey Sickens More Than 150More than 150 illnesses from a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey products have been reported across the country, including in Pennsylvania.
Free Health Screenings Offered At Homewood YMCA, Gift Cards Offered For ParticipationOperation Better Block is hosting a free health screening event on Saturday morning at the Homewood-Brushton YMCA.
New Study Reveals Connections Between DNA & Reactions To MedicationEveryone reacts differently to medication; now there's a way to figure out if you're taking not only the right medication, but also the right amount.
Pa. Dept. Of Health Warns Of Hepatitis A OutbreakThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is warning about a Hepatitis A outbreak in our region.
Experimental Patch May Provide Migraine Relief With Fewer Side EffectsResearchers in Massachusetts are testing a new patch that could help migraine-sufferers get relief faster with fewer side effects.
FDA: EpiPen Labels Could Prevent Devices From Sliding Out Of TubesThe Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning about a problem that with some EpiPens.
Weather menacing for crews battling deadly California wildfiresFire officials warn it could take weeks to fully contain deadly wildfires raging across Northern, Southern California
Students slammed for Nazi salute in prom photoPhoto that went viral on social media shows over 60 students dressed in suits with their right arms extended upward – resembling the Nazi salute
California firefighters battling dry conditions, relentless winds to contain deadly firesMore than 3,000 firefighters have been waging an all-out attack on the Woolsey Fire. Their attack is coming from air and by land. "CBS Evening News" anchor Jeff Glor met with Cal Fire on the front line.
Trump faces House investigations when Democrats take powerPresident Trump took to Twitter to warn about the potential of "harassment." That's what Republicans have labeled possible Democratic investigations once the party assumes control of the House. CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports.
California homes in ruins as wildfires rage onIn southern California, hundreds of homes and businesses are gone after a wildfire burns for a fifth day. Now some residents are sorting through the rubble. CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports.
José Andrés offered Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez a place to stay in D.C."You have a room, a shower, and a plate on my family table for as long as you may be in need of one," the Michelin-starred chef tweeted
Tools to help you weigh safety of foreign airlinesIndonesia's Lion Air crash has some flyers tapping resources for red flag warnings of doubts about a carrier's safety
Zuckerberg won't address unprecedented gathering of parliaments probing disinformationFacebook says its CEO "is not able to be in London on November 27th" to attend the "international grand committee" of at least five governments investigating disinformation and election influencing
Pilots report seeing UFO in sky off Ireland"We saw a bright light and then it disappeared at a very high speed," pilot says
Inside a Ukrainian nationalist camp training kids to killThe campers carefully aim their assault rifles. Most are in their teens, but some are as young as 8 years old
Israel-Gaza violence erupts after botched covert operationTensions flare one day after clashes during undercover Israeli raid into Palestinian enclave cause multiple deaths
Canadian intelligence has heard Khashoggi tapes, PM saysJustin Trudeau is first Western leader to acknowledge his country has received recordings of the killing of the Saudi journalist