Washington County Man Receives Mysterious Package Of Face Masks From ChinaFirst, there were reports of unsolicited seeds from China. Now, it's face masks.
Pittsburgh-Area Couple Learns Nearly 50 Years Later That They Are Not Legally MarriedA local couple of 49 years learned they are not legally married after paperwork troubles
School Districts Across Region Approving A Variety Of Return-To-School Plans
'He Embodied What Jeannette Is': Standout Student-Athlete Killed In Penn Twp. Motorcycle CrashA standout student-athlete is being mourned today after he was killed in a motorcycle crash over the weekend in Westmoreland County.
Duquesne University 'Agreeable' To Mother's Request For New Independent Investigation Following Son's 2018 DeathDuquesne University says it is "agreeable" to the three requests made by Dannielle Brown.
Westmoreland Co. Mother Of 2 Shot And Killed While Sleeping Remembered As 'Everybody's Best Friend'A family is searching for answers after a mother and elementary school teacher was killed in the middle of the night in Westmoreland County.
Pittsburgh-Area Warehouse Shifts To Assembling Coronavirus Test Kits To Meet Increasing DemandAs the demand for coronavirus test kits increases, one local warehouse is helping meet the demand.
Longtime Monessen Girls Basketball Coach Major Corley Remembered As His Players' Biggest FanOne of the most successful WPIAL girls basketball coaches died of coronavirus.
'We Will Get Justice': Attorney For Family Of Baby Marcus Calling For Pa. Attorney General To Take Over CaseThe family of a 15-month-old boy who died in a shooting is demanding answers.
Mother In Shock After Mentally Disabled Son Killed In Lincoln-Lemington StabbingThe distraught mother a man who died during a stabbing in Lincoln-Lemington said her son was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
'Most Of Us Our Father Figures, Role Models': Pittsburgh Public Schools Police Officers Speak Out For The First Time Amid Calls To Remove Law Enforcement From SchoolsTwo Pittsburgh Public Schools police officers say removing law enforcement from schools will only hurt the students.
'They Are There To Protect Us, But That’s Not What They’re Doing': Protesters Call For Police To Be Removed From Pittsburgh Public Schools"No police in schools" -- that’s the message of a protest scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Says He Hasn't 'Spoken With One Mayor' Who Thinks It's A Good Idea 'To Put Less' Into Law EnforcementPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto talked to KDKA about police reform and recruitment struggles in the city.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald Says County Pools Will Not Open This SummerAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says county pools will not open this summer.
Pittsburgh Will 'Soon' Start Reopening Playgrounds, Basketball Courts, Other Park AmenitiesThe city says playgrounds, basketball courts, spray parks and ballfields will start reopening "soon."