Colleges Welcome Back Students With Mixed COVID-19 ProtocolsThe spring semester has arrived for thousands of local students.
KD Sunday Spotlight: 21-Year-Old Organ Donor One Of Many Who Has Saved LivesThe Center for Organ Recovery and Education is raising awareness for transplant patients' needs and the good work organ donors do.
Family, Community Look For Justice In Transgender Woman's Shooting DeathA family and community are grieving the loss of their loved ones and hoping for answers.
Pittsburgh Health Systems Seeing 'Continuous Increase' In COVID-19 HospitalizationsThe holiday festivities may have come to an end, but local doctors say the COVID-19 pandemic is still here.
Allegheny Health Network Reinstates Temporary COVID-19 Restrictions For VisitorsAllegheny Health Network is reinstating temporary restrictions on patient visitation due to the latest surge in COVID-19 cases.
'We Want These Officers Charged:' Justice For Jim Rogers Continues Fight Into New YearEven following the decision to discipline the officers involved, activists are still calling for more after the death of Jim Rogers.
Crews Prepare To Raise Future Of Pittsburgh Ball At MidnightIt’s a sign the new year is here: crews are preparing the Future of Pittsburgh Ball to make sure it’s ready to rise and ring in 2022.
KD Sunday Spotlight: Scent With Love Uses Donated Flowers To Bring Joy To OthersThis week, we’re shining a light on this blooming non-profit that repurposes flowers to those who could use a smile.
Unruly Travelers Could Lose TSA PreCheck, FAA SaysAs the holiday travel rush continues, airport employees are trying to keep passengers under control, hoping to avoid more incidents.
Duquesne Police Chief, Charged With Witness Intimidation, Waives HearingDuquesne Police Chief Thomas Dunlevy waived his preliminary hearing Monday on felony charges to court.
Sunday Spotlight: Community Center In Pitcairn Serving Children's NeedsIn a borough of 3,200 residents, one local organization is fulfilling the community’s changing needs.