Marquis Campbell: Teen Shooting Victim With 'Contagious' Smile Likely Was Targeted, Police SayTwo suspects are on the loose after a teen student died from gunshot wounds outside his school.
Jewish Federation Of Greater Pittsburgh Adding Extra Security After Texas Synagogue Hostage SituationThe feeling of terror inside a house of worship is something we’ve seen too many times.
Snow Day Is A Mix Of Clearing Driveways, Helping Neighbors And Having Fun In SaxonburgMain Street in Saxonburg looked like a winter wonderland Monday afternoon.
Crews Prepare For Several Inches Of Snow But Anticipate ChallengesTrucks full of salt sit inside the Cranberry Township Public Works garage.
Some Immunocompromised Adults Eligible For 4th COVID-19 Vaccine DoseWith COVID cases packing hospitals, there is talk of another dose of the vaccine. KDKA learned some UPMC patients were getting notes of a fourth vaccine dose on their portals.
Which Masks Are Best For Protecting Against COVID-19?As the Omicron variant continues to spread, there is a push for stronger masks by some health experts.
Student Facing Charges After Gun Found At Pittsburgh Carrick High SchoolPittsburgh Carrick High School is on lockdown because of social media reports of a gun in the building, a spokesperson said.
Terry Shaffer, Former Shanksville Fire Chief Who Responded On 9/11, Needs New HeartTerry Shaffer, one of the first responders on 9/11 and an active part of the volunteer fire department in Shanksville, is suffering health problems.
Math Professors Break Down How Steelers Beat Slim Odds To Make PlayoffsThe Steelers had slim chances of making the playoffs entering Sunday. Fast-forward to Monday and they’re in.
One Last Time: Ben Roethlisberger Victorious In Final Game At Heinz FieldIt's a victory Tuesday in Pittsburgh after Ben Roethlisberger took the field for one last time at Heinz Field.
Students Return To Classrooms Following Holiday Break As COVID-19 Cases SurgeIt's back to class for multiple school districts across the region, but it comes at a time while the COVID-19 crisis across the country is worsening, and now it's impacting students as they start the spring semester.