Ken Rice's Quarantine Essay: 'I Still Believe This Is Not Forever, But I’m Trying To Be Ready For Anything Now'Hello from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Ken Rice here.
A Rivalry In The Making: Ken Rice Vs. 'The Other Guy' Andrew FillipponiA rivalry seems to have been created between a KDKA-TV anchor and a radio host from 93.7 The Fan.
Allegheny Health Network Doctor Says Avoiding Social Interactions Is Still The 'Best Choice'Rising coronavirus case numbers in Allegheny County have gotten the attention of Allegheny Health Network Internist Dr. Brian Lamb.
Joe Biden Would Use Federal Power To Require Face Masks In Public If Elected: 'These Masks Make A Gigantic Difference'As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations surge in several states, Joe Biden says the top priority is face masks.
'A Huge Threat': Business Leaders Worried About How President Trump's Visa Policy Change Will Impact Pittsburgh's 'Hundreds' Of Unfilled Tech JobsPresident Trump is changing the rules on who is allowed into the country.
'Lost Him Too Soon': Amid Protests Over Injustices, A Renewed Effort To Fulfill August Wilson's LegacyToday in Pittsburgh, there’s a renewed effort to fulfill the legacy of August Wilson.
Founder Of Black Lives Matter Pittsburgh And Southwest Pennsylvania Ready To Leave Her MarkOne of the newly prominent voices in the local civil rights movement says she grew up among routine racism.
KDKA's Ken Rice: What Were We All Thinking About Before The World Turned Upside Down?A pandemic. Economic collapse. A reckoning with racism. For months now, few subjects beyond these have squeezed their way into our nightly news.
Pitt Grad Starts Cocoapreneur Pgh To Help Black-Owned Businesses In Pittsburgh Area ThriveKhamil Scantling founded Cocoapreneur Pgh to help black-owned businesses in this area thrive.
'We've Got Bad Apples In The Community': Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board Executive Director Commends Pittsburgh Police, Blames Violent Offenders Following Local RiotsThe executive director of the Pittsburgh Citizen Police Review Board finds fault with some of those in the streets following riots over the weekend.
'Medical Distancing': Now That Region Is Reopening, Doctor Says Coronavirus Fears Shouldn't Stop People From Seeking Medical AttentionDoctors are eager to start seeing people again as the state reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'Zoom Came Looking For Pittsburgh'; Hundreds Of Jobs Coming To Pittsburgh With Zoom Office PlannedA rare, encouraging note about employment came today, and it affects Pittsburgh.
Robert Morris University's Fall Reopening Plan Includes Dorm For Students With Coronavirus, Contact Tracing And Temperature MonitoringRobert Morris University's fall reopening plan includes a dorm building for students with coronavirus, contact tracing and temperature monitoring.
Poll: More Than 70 Percent Of Adults In Pa. Approve Of Gov. Tom Wolf's Handling Of Coronavirus PandemicA poll released Monday shows more than 70 percent of adults in Pennsylvania approve of Gov. Tom Wolf's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
'The Streets Will Change': Pittsburgh Will Have Fewer Cars, More Walking And Biking Due To Coronavirus Pandemic, Urbanist SaysAn urbanist who knows Pittsburgh well says big changes are coming due to the coronavirus.