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
Lawmakers Seek Long-Term Limit On Governors’ Emergency PowerAs governors loosen long-lasting coronavirus restrictions, state lawmakers across the U.S., including in Pennsylvania and Ohio, are taking actions to significantly limit the power they could wield in future emergencies.
President Joe Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan In PittsburghPresident Joe Biden unveiled a $2 trillion infrastructure plan during a visit to the Pittsburgh area this afternoon.
President Biden To Make Stop In Pittsburgh On 'Help Is Here' TourPresident Joe Biden will be in Pittsburgh next week for his first visit to the Steel City since taking office.
Former Congressman Lou Barletta To Decide Soon On Whether To Run For Pennsylvania GovernorLou Barletta said Friday that he will make a decision in the next few weeks on whether to seek the Republican nomination for governor of Pennsylvania in 2022.
Sens. Casey And Toomey Introduce Legislation Aimed At Nursing Home ReformPennsylvania's senators have introduced legislation aimed at nursing home reform.
State And City Follow IRS's Lead, Push Back Tax Filing DeadlineThe City of Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania have both decided to extend tax filing deadlines one day after the IRS moved its own by a month.
'Plus-Up' Stimulus Checks Going Out To Those Who Were UnderpaidMillions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
Stimulus Check Update: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?With the latest round of stimulus checks already distributed to most eligible Americans, many wonder if additional aid is forthcoming.
State College Construction Firm Charged, Accused Of Stealing Millions From Workers And Defrauding TaxpayersA major Pennsylvania construction contractor was charged with theft Thursday for flouting state and federal laws that set minimum pay rates for public projects by failing to pay workers' required benefits.
Restaurants Reopening: Where Do They Stand, And How Do They Recover From COVID?As vaccinations continue and the economy opens up, restaurants, which have suffered during COVID, look for the way forward.
Stimulus Check Update: Social Security Recipients Left Waiting Could Receive Relief Payments SoonThe IRS is preparing to send stimulus checks to millions of Social Security recipients still awaiting payments because they don't file taxes.
United Steelworkers Go On Strike At Nine Allegheny Technologies FacilitiesApproximately 1,300 workers at Allegheny Technologies have gone on strike as of Tuesday morning.
Schenley Plaza PNC Carousel Reopens With Safety And Aesthetic UpgradesThe PNC Carousel at Schenley Plaza has reopened.
Ahoy Mateys! Pittsburgh’s First Touring Pirate Ship Takes Maiden VoyageShiver me timbers, Pittsburgh! There’s a new way to sightsee the city skyline this spring and summer.
Roger Waters Kicks Off Rescheduled Tour In PittsburghPink Floyd's Roger Waters has rescheduled his tour, including a stop in Pittsburgh.
Kane Brown Bringing 'Blessed And Free Tour' To PPG Paints Arena Next JanuaryAnother country music star has announced a show in Pittsburgh.
Former Columbus Zoo Director Jack Hanna Diagnosed With Dementia, Will Leave Public LifeCelebrity zookeeper and animal TV show host Jack Hanna has been diagnosed with dementia and will retire from public life, his family said.
Eric Church's 'Gather Again' Tour Coming To PPG Paints Arena October 8Eric Church's "Gather Again" Tour will make a stop at PPG Paints Arena in October.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: 40.1% Of State's Eligible Population Receives 1st Vaccine Doses
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 382 New Cases, 14 Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 382 new Coronavirus cases and 14 additional deaths.
Allegheny Health Network Opening One Of The Country's First Clinics For COVID-19 'Long-Haulers'AHN will be one of the nation's first healthcare providers to have a clinic for COVID-19 "long-haulers."
UPMC, AHN To Follow FDA, CDC Recommendation To Pause Johnson And Johnson VaccineAfter the FDA and CDC's recommended a pause in the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the Pittsburgh area is already seeing the impact.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 6,638 New Cases 66 Additional DeathsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 6,638 new Coronavirus cases and 66 additional deaths.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 430 New Cases, 1 Additional DeathThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 430 new Coronavirus cases and one additional death.
Lawmakers split — and not along party lines — on Afghanistan planWhile some are praising the decision, others have raised concerns about what leaving could mean for Afghanistan.
Former daughter-in-law of Trump Org CFO has "boxes" of documents after bitter divorceTo help sort through the documents Jennifer hired an attorney who previously prosecuted white collar and organized crime cases for the Manhattan DA and a former criminal investigator for the IRS.
1 dead, 12 missing after boat capsizes off Louisiana"The hope is that we can bring the other 12 home alive," said Lafourche Parish President Archie Chaisson III.
Biden announces withdrawal of all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by 9/11"It's time to end the forever war," President Biden said.
CDC panel adjourns without vote on extending J&J COVID vaccine pauseStates are pausing use of J&J's COVID vaccine in light of rare, serious blood clots that may be linked to the shots.
Clinton, Sanders prepare to face off in Florida debateHillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders prepare to debate in Florida on the heels of Sanders' surprise victory in Michigan. Despite the win, Nancy Cordes reports Clinton still has a strong delegate lead.
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.