As Pres. Joe Biden Moves To Declassify 9/11 Documents, Pittsburgh Attorney Representing Families In Lawsuit Against Saudi Arabia Calls For TransparencyKDKA's Andy Sheehan spoke with a local attorney representing two of those families.
COVID-19 Cases Rising In Kids As Students Head Back To SchoolCOVID-19 cases are rising, especially in kids, as students return to school.
For 4th Time In 15 Years, Shaler Residents Cleaning Up After Major FloodingIn Shaler Township, it’s déjà vu all over again.
Remnants Of Ida Leave Oakdale Streets Filled With FloodwaterOakdale was hit hard by the remnants of Ida as Robinson Run Creek spilled out of its banks.
Communities Hit Hard By Hurricane Ivan In 2004 Brace For IdaThe remnants of Hurricane Ida are headed this way and are expected to dump massive amounts of rain in a short period of time, raising concerns about flash flooding.
Pennsylvania Ethics Commission Cites Pittsburgh Public School Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet For Numerous ViolationsThe Pennsylvania Ethics Commission has cited Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Anthony Hamlet for 'numerous' violations.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Superintendent Anthony Hamlet Facing State Fines And Sanctions For Ethical ViolationsPittsburgh Public Schools' superintendent is facing state fines and sanctions for ethical violations as a result of a KDKA Investigation.
Shuman Juvenile Detention Center Workers Plead With Allegheny County To Keep Facility OpenThere are still a lot of questions about what will become of the dozens of residents and workers at the Shuman Juvenile Detention Center.
Shuman Juvenile Detention Center Will Close In SeptemberAllegheny County announced that the Shuman Juvenile Detention Center will close next month.
Health Experts Say Benefits Of COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots Outweigh ConcernsCOVID-19 vaccine booster shots will begin to be available to the general public in September but raise several questions.
North Allegheny School Board Overturns Superintendent's Mask MandateThe issue of mandating masks is dividing school districts and school boards across the region.
Allegheny Health Network And UPMC Say They Will Be Ready With COVID-19 Booster ShotsBoth UPMC and the Allegheny Health Network are making plans now and will be ready come Sept. 20.
Butler Area School Board Says They Don't Have The Power To Mandate MasksThe debate is raging at school boards across the region. Should returning students wear masks? And should the wearing of masks be mandatory?
Without Union Approval, Pittsburgh Public Schools Return Remains UncertainPittsburgh Public School administrators answered questions from frustrated parents during a “Community Talk Back” virtual community event.
Allegheny Health Network Says It Is Not Accepting Patients From Florida And Other Southern States“We are unfortunately unable to take those patients from Florida and other states."