Free Care Fund: Kendra Ready To Follow Her Dreams After Life-Saving Transplant Surgery At Children's HospitalKendra Acosta, 11, wants to one day be a star!
Free Care Fund: Caleb Will Spend First Christmas At Home Thanks To Treatment At Children's HospitalAs you drive across the Bloomfield Bridge, you’ll currently see 1-year-old Caleb Fritz on a billboard with UPMC Children’s sitting on the hill behind it. Much of his first year was spent at the hospital.
Free Care Fund: Children's Hospital Helping 4-Year-Old Juju Battle Rare Form Of CancerJulie Carmassi, who goes by the nickname “Juju,” is a fun-loving 4-year-old girl.
Free Care Fund: Junior Co-Hosts Alaina And Sean Find Family, Hope At Children's HospitalAlaina Toplovich, 13, and Sean Nolan, 20, are this year's junior co-hosts for the Free Care Fund Benefit Show.
Stacy Smith To Retire From KDKA-TV On May 30After 38 years at KDKA-TV, and 50 years in broadcasting, news anchor Stacy Smith is retiring from KDKA-TV this month.
Hey Ray! How Broadcasting A TV Signal Worksor most of us, television has been around for most of our lives. A click of a remote, and information and entertainment appears before our eyes. A lot goes into making that seemingly easy thing happen, though.
KDKA-TV Completes Upgrade Of Signal TransmitterAfter nearly two months of extensive work, KDKA-TV has upgraded its signal transmitter, now providing a better quality picture than ever before.
Trusted Colleague, Treasured Friend: KDKA's Beloved Brenda Waters Retiring After 45-Year Career In BroadcastingVeteran news reporter and anchor Brenda Waters is retiring today after a 45-year career in broadcasting.
Popular Pittsburgh Ice Cream Parlor In Green Tree ReopensAntney's Ice Cream in Green Tree has reopened.
'I’ve Enjoyed Every Minute Of The Ride': KDKA's Jon Burnett Retires After 42 Years In TelevisionAfter 42-year career in television, KDKA favorite and beloved Pittsburgher Jon Burnett is heading into retirement.
Police Called Over ‘Crazy Person’ Talking To Self, Turns Out To Be KDKA Reporter On Facebook LiveA KDKA-TV reporter found herself on the opposite side of the law Thursday morning, thanks to social media.