'We're Ready To Go': Steelers Fans Thrilled At The Chance To Tailgate, Watch Home Game At Heinz FieldOn the day of the Steelers’ first fully in-person home game since 2019, the fans were back at Heinz Field and ready to cheer on the black and gold in traditional fashion.
Friends, Family Hold Funeral Service For 15-Year-Old Steven Eason And Call For JusticeAs the search continues today for the person who shot and killed 15-year-old Steven Eason, his family and friends held his funeral service.
After Pa. Liquor Stores Introduce 2-Bottle Limit On Some Alcohol, Bar Owners Hope To Keep Shelves FullBar owners hope they will still be able to keep customers happy.
U.S. Customs And Border Protection Has Seized More Than 6,000 Counterfeit COVID-19 Vaccination Cards Across The CountryU.S. Customs says it has already seized more than 6,000 fake COVID-19 vaccination cards from airports across the country.
'They Want To Go To Work:' Western Pa. District Of Laborers Calling On Congress To Pass Biden's Infrastructure PlanThe Western Pennsylvania District of Laborers paraded through downtown on Sunday, calling on Congress to pass the infrastructure plan.
'You Just Have To Honor All The People Who Are Fighting For Us:' Western Pennsylvania Remembers 9/11It was a day of remembrance, reflection, and education in western Pennsylvania.
Employers Grapple With Implementing President Joe Biden's Vaccine MandatesCompanies around the country are still trying to decide how to implement President Joe Biden's sweeping new vaccine mandates.
Pennsylvania State Nurses Association Hopes State Addresses Nursing ShortageA nation worker shortage has impacted our health care workers tremendously.
Nearly 9 Million People Lose Unemployment Benefits On Labor DayTwo primary anchors of the government’s COVID protection package are ending or have recently ended.
Jewish Community Putting Extra Security In Place As Rosh Hashanah ApproachesWith Rosh Hashanah approaching, the Jewish community is taking extra steps in order to celebrate safely.
A Weekend Of Service: With No Labor Day Parade, The ACLC Labor Day Weekend Of Service Helps The CommunityIt's another year without a Labor Day Parade, but union members were out serving the community this weekend in place of the parade.
Man In United States On Visa Fearful About What Could Happen To His Family In Afghanistan“I'm very concerned about my family," Nasrat Murad told KDKA's Bryant Reed.
Pennsylvania Lawmaker Introduces Bill That Allows Teens To Get Vaccinated Without Parental ConsentA state lawmaker has introduced a bill that allows teenagers to get vaccinated without parental consent.
Red Cross Volunteers From Pittsburgh Packing Up, Heading South To Help With Hurricane Ida RecoveryAs Hurricane Ida makes landfall in Louisana, Red Cross volunteers from our area are packing up and getting ready to help with recovery efforts.
Supporting Local Restaurants: Piatt Family Foundation Hosts Music Festival To Help Struggling RestaurantsThe show must go on - and that's exactly what Rock, Reggae, And Relief did to help local restaurants on Saturday.