Family Of Woman Missing For Two Weeks Get Sign Of HopeA ping from Laura Graham-Simonetti's cell phone is giving her family hope of bringing her home.
Sen. Bob Casey: Americans Should Have A Voice In Justice Ginsburg's ReplacementPa. Senator Bob Casey has said that a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg should not be nominated until after the election.
North Catholic High School Seniors Hold Car Wash For Mary MaloneySeniors from North Catholic High School hosted a car wash to help Mary Maloney, the daughter of Pam Surano.
Pittsburgh Police Searching For Missing 64-Year-Old Lisa MeyerPittsburgh Police are asking for help in locating a missing 64-year-old woman, Lisa Meyer.
Ralph Iannotti Inducted Into Mid-Atlantic Emmy's Silver Circle SocietyThe 2020 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards inducted long-time KDKA-TV News reporter Ralph Iannotti into their Silver Circle Society.
Bringing City Pride To The Streets: Monessen Holds Annual 'Clean Up Day' Abandoned or overgrown properties can be found in almost any town in the Pittsburgh area, but one of those towns is taking action by passing new ordinances to clean up the community.
Child Struck By Vehicle On Mt. WashingtonA child was struck by a vehicle Saturday afternoon in the Mt. Washington neighborhood, according to Pittsburgh Police.
Pittsburgh Institute Of Aeronautics Planning $1.4 Million RenovationThe Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics will be making several renovations to its main campus in West Mifflin.
Penn State Reports 320 Cases Of Coronavirus On Main Campus320 students on Penn State's main campus have tested positive for coronavirus.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman Speaks At Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Picket EventA group of Pittsburgh Post Gazette employees who are members of the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh picketed on the North Shore on Friday.
Kindergarten Teacher Teaches Students About Face Masks Through Lizzo SongA local teacher took one of Lizzo's popular songs and made it into a morning routine for her students to teach them about face masks.
Bethel Park Allows Trick Or Treating This HalloweenOfficials in Bethel Park are allowing residents to participate in trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Jill Biden To Virtually Visit Erie Next WeekDr. Jill Biden is scheduled to make a virtual visit to Erie on Tuesday.
Gov. Wolf, Dr. Levine Sign New Order On Alcohol Service Ahead Of Restaurant Occupancy Rate IncreaseWith restaurant indoor occupancy about to change next week, Gov. Tom Wolf and state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine have signed new orders about alcohol consumption.
Lawmakers Urge Gov. Wolf To Sign Bill Focused On School Sports DecisionsState House members are calling on Gov. Tom Wolf to sign a bill to allow local leaders to make decisions on high school sports.
Lt. Gov. Fetterman To Participate In Virtual Town Hall Hosted By Sen. Bernie SandersLt. Gov. John Fetterman will be taking part in a virtual town hall event hosted by Sen. Bernie Sanders this evening.
Vice President Mike Pence Campaigns In Western Pa. At Pro-Life Roundtable, Energy RallyVice President Mike Pence is visiting Western Pennsylvania today to campaign in Beaver and Westmoreland counties.
White House’s Top Coronavirus Official Dr. Deborah Birx Visits Pittsburgh, Meets With Mayor PedutoWhite House COVID Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx made a stop in Pittsburgh while visiting Pennsylvania Thursday.
Pennsylvania Unemployment Rate At 10.3% In AugustPennsylvania's unemployment rate in August stood at 10.3%.
Mortgage Interest Rates Drop Below 3%If you are looking to buy a home or perhaps refinance your home to get extra cash, now is the perfect time, local experts say.
Rivers Casino Partner Wins Mini-Casino License Auction, Could Build Near Penn StatePennsylvania has again found a taker for a mini-casino, auctioning a license for $10 million to a Philadelphia-area private equity investor who could build it near Penn State University's flagship campus.
U.S. Transportation Department Allotting Funds To Pittsburgh Airport, Arnold Palmer AirportMore federal money for local airports is heading to Pittsburgh.
Dick's Sporting Goods Sees Uptick In Business During PandemicAs people stay home and focus on health and wellness, Dick's Sporting Goods saw a successful second quarter.
Gov. Tom Wolf Wants To Legalize Recreational Marijuana To Help During Coronavirus Pandemic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is calling on the legislature to legalize recreational marijuana in an effort to help businesses and individuals hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Welcomes Adorable Koala JoeyIf you and the family are looking to take a late summer/fall road trip, Cleveland just might be the nearby place to go.
Dan + Shay Reschedule Pittsburgh Show And 2020 TourDan + Shay are moving their tour, including their Pittsburgh stop, to next year.
We're Still Picklesburgh: Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Announces Alternate Plans In Lieu Of Big Dill Summer FestivalInstead of the annual festival this summer, more than a dozen downtown restaurants will be taking part in a “Taste of Picklesburgh.”
On A Positive Note: Man Spends Thousands To Create First-Of-Its-Kind Art Billboard TourAs people are looking for creative ways to get out of the house safely, a local man is now offering up a free option.
Restrictions In Place As Kennywood, Sandcastle Open Their Gates For The SummerIt hasn’t been easy getting to this point for Kennywood. They've had to delay their summer opening twice because of the coronavirus pandemic.
No Chesney, No Regatta, No Fireworks: Coronavirus Pandemic Stealing Pittsburgh's Summer FunWe have lost a lot due to COVID-19, and now it’s stealing our summer fun.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 85 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing County Total To 11,663The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 85 new Coronavirus cases out of 828 test results and three additional deaths.
Pa. Health Dept. Reports Over 1,000 New Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Total Nears 150,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 1,162 new Coronavirus cases on Saturday and 22 additional deaths.
Coronavirus Mitigation Efforts Could Make For A Lighter Flu SeasonA bright side to the pandemic: we could have a lighter flu season.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Immunization Clinic To Begin Offering Walk-In Flu ShotsThe Allegheny County Health Department is opening a walk-in flu vaccination clinic next week.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 760 New Coronavirus Cases And 21 More Deaths StatewideThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 760 new cases of Coronavirus on Friday and 21 additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 68 More Coronavirus Cases, 4 Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 68 new Coronavirus cases out of 833 test results, and four additional deaths.
Trump weighs top contenders for vacant Supreme Court seatJudges Amy Coney Barrett, Barbara Lagoa and Amul Thapar are serious contenders for the vacant seat.
Mother uses grief for good with new law for missing adults in TexasCLEAR Alert gives law enforcement another tool in searches
Trump gives "blessing" to U.S. TikTok partnershipThe president's support for a deal comes just a day after the Commerce Department announced restrictions could eventually make it nearly impossible for Americans to use the app.
CBS Weekend News, September 19, 2020Remembering the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg; New high-tech ship departs Plymouth harbor on 400th Mayflower anniversary
Congress releases scathing report on Boeing 737 MaxIn a newly released report on Boeing’s 737 Max, congressional investigators heavily criticized the airplane manufacturer for ignoring blatant flaws in its system. The report also lays blame on the FAA for not thoroughly investigating the plane that led to the deaths of 346 people. Kris Van Cleave has more.
Remembering the legacy of Ruth Bader GinsburgSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at the age of 87 after battling pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg was an icon in the fight for women’s rights even before she became a Supreme Court justice. Paula Reid has more on her groundbreaking career and legacy.
New high-tech ship departs Plymouth harbor on 400th Mayflower anniversaryA new high-tech ship will set sail from Plymouth, England, and make the same journey the Mayflower embarked upon in 1620. This ship, however, will collect important data on water temperature and sea level as it makes its way to Plymouth, Massachusetts. Ian Lee reports.
James Bond's Aston Martin is back on the market for $3.5 millionJust 25 of the timeless models are being built.
U.K. prepares for mass vaccine distribution as second wave emergesAs parts of Europe face a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom is preparing vaccine distribution facilities before a vaccine has even been approved. CBS News' Holly Williams has more in the series "Racing to a Cure."
Trump and other world leaders won't attend UNGA in person this yearThe U.N.'s annual meeting of world leaders will be almost fully virtual.
Survey: Millennials and Gen Z lack Holocaust knowledge63% do not know 6 million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, according to a study.
Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccineThe facility could start filling vials with a vaccine as early as November, maybe even before a vaccine has been approved.