LOOKING BACK: Pittsburgh's Non-Coronavirus News Of 2020It's been quite the year. The coronavirus pandemic dominated the headlines in 2020, but there have been other big stories to start the decade. Here's a look back at some of the bigger stories that made headlines in Pittsburgh.
Ken Rice's Quarantine Essay: 'I Still Believe This Is Not Forever, But I’m Trying To Be Ready For Anything Now'Hello from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Ken Rice here.
Kidsburgh: Reducing Stress During The Holiday SeasonKDKA did a survey of almost 1,000 families asking about how the changes to school are affecting them this year, and 75% said they're feeling stress.
Thank You! KDKA-TV Turkey Fund Donations Shatter Record, Raise Over $855,000 For Families In NeedMore families than ever before need help this year putting Thanksgiving dinner on the table.
Black Friday 2020: Coronavirus Pandemic Changing Holiday Shopping SeasonBlack Friday will certainly be different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
KDKA 2020-2021 Winter Weather Forecast, Slightly Warmer This SeasonKDKA Meteorologists Ray Petelin, Ron Smiley, Kristin Emery and Mary Ours present the 2020-21 KDKA Winter Weather Forecast!
Trick Or Treat 2020: Some Communities Going On With Halloween Celebrations Despite PandemicHalloween is sure to look different this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
2020 Election Guide: Information For Pennsylvania VotersVoters all across the country will be heading to the polls on Nov. 3 to cast ballots for national and local candidates.
On A Positive Note: Young Man Organizes Clean Up Crew To Beautify CommunityTyresse Tibbs is one of those ambitious young people who just gets things done.
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.
July 4th Fireworks Celebrations In Western Pennsylvania: Where You Can WatchMany boroughs, townships and other municipalities have cancelled their Fourth of July celebrations, but some places are pushing forward with plans for fireworks.
Many Parents Trying To Get Refunds As Coronavirus Pandemic Leaves Status Of Summer Camps Up In The AirMost summer camps regretfully are canceled due to Coronavirus. Now parents are left wondering: will a refund check arrive in the mail?
Trusted Colleague, Treasured Friend: KDKA's Beloved Brenda Waters Retiring After 45-Year Career In BroadcastingVeteran news reporter and anchor Brenda Waters is retiring today after a 45-year career in broadcasting.
Danny, A Steelers Fan From Mississippi, Wins Big On 'The Price Is Right'Steelers Nation knows no bounds, and one of its own from Mississippi was featured on "The Price is Right" on CBS on Monday morning.
Magnetic Stimulation Is Helping Treat AddictionCould magnets be used to treat addiction?