'Triple Whammy' Of Events Contribute To Plunge In Stock MarketA "triple whammy" of events contributed to the plunge in the stock market.
With The Public Caught In The Middle, Tensions Between Pittsburgh's Firefighters And Paramedics EscalatePittsburgh firefighters and paramedics are fighting a turf battle and the public is caught in the middle — literally.
Voter Intimidation: What Counts And What Doesn't Count?KDKA's Meghan Schiller explains what counts as voter intimidation and what doesn't.
Pa. State Secretary, PEMA Working With Multiple Agencies On Election Day Security PlansState Secretary Kathy Boockvar and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency are reviewing security and making preparations ahead of Election Day.
New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 Antibodies Wane Over TimeWhat happens to antibodies against the novel coronavirus over time?
Drunken Bar Brawl Leads To Strict New Guidelines For Undercover Pittsburgh OfficersPittsburgh’s undercover officers face strict new guidelines when it comes investigations at bars.
23-Year-Old Man Charged In Head-On Crash That Killed Jefferson Hills Police Officer Over SummerOfficials have filed charges against a 23-year-old man connected to a crash that killed a Jefferson Hills police officer in June.
Duquesne University Suspends All Greek Life Over Coronavirus Procedure ViolationsAll Greek life activity at Duquesne University is suspended indefinitely because of "repeated and egregious violation" of coronavirus procedures.
Contractor Accused Of Taking More Than $38,000 And Not Finishing Job In Westmoreland Co.A local contractor is accused of taking more than $38,000 for a construction job and never completing the work.
Man Hospitalized After Car Smashes Into House, Flips OverA 24-year-old was ejected from his car after it crashed into a North Side home and flipped upside down.
U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Pa. Republicans' Request To Block Extended Ballots Past Nov. 3The Supreme Court has rejected Republican requests to block extended ballots past Nov. 3 in Pennsylvania.