KDKA Investigates: Some Retailers Are Taxing 5-Hour Energy, Even Though It's Against Pennsylvania LawIt's the law in Pennsylvania that dietary supplements can't be taxed, but a KDKA Investigation found out some receipts say otherwise.
Firefighters And Nursing Homes Fighting To Get COVID-19 Vaccine FirstThe nation’s Secretary of Health and Human Services says people could be getting coronavirus vaccines before Christmas.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Statewide School Bus Driver Shortage Hits Pittsburgh AreaWith COVID-19 cases rising, several local school districts are experiencing a shortage of school bus drivers.
Allegheny County Council Requests Local Courts Extend Eviction Moratorium To October 2021It's supposed to be a time for Thanksgiving and family gatherings, but some renters now face looming evictions weeks before the new year.
Police: Driver Shoots Bicyclist Multiple Times After Fight In Downtown PittsburghPolice and medics are downtown at Seventh Street and Fort Duquesne Boulevard.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Models Showing 22,000 Cases Per Day By December, Stay At Home Advisory IssuedGov. Tom Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine held a virtual press conference Monday to address the coronavirus pandemic in the state.
On A Positive Note: A Stranger's Donation Gives A Woman A New Lease On LifeTwo strangers - one of the sick, the other selfless, and a hug nine months in the making.
Pittsburgh-Area Vets Walking 17 Miles To Raise Awareness About Veteran SuicideSome Pittsburgh-area wounded veterans are lacing up their boots this week to hit the trails.
Allegheny County Sees Long Lines At Some Polling Places Earlier In The DayWhile there were long lines throughout the Pittsburgh area, that wasn't the case in the city.
Pittsburgh Businesses Board Up Storefronts In Preparation Of Possible Election Day UnrestPittsburgh businesses preparing for possible vandalism and protests as election results come in.
Voter Intimidation: What Counts And What Doesn't Count?KDKA's Meghan Schiller explains what counts as voter intimidation and what doesn't.
Two Years Later: Remembering, Commemorating The 11 Lives Lost In The Tree Of Life Synagogue ShootingIt is a day Pittsburgh will never forget. Today marks two years since eleven lives were lost in the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in United States history.
Survey: Nearly Half Of Americans Aren't Familiar With The Term 'Anti-Semitism'The results are in from the American Jewish Committee's very first public survey asking people if they're familiar with the term Antisemitism.
Voice Of The Voters: Some Washington Co. Voters Have A Hard Time Making Up Their MindJust shy of 152,000 people will cast their ballots in Washington County this election.
Light Up Night Canceled Due To COVID-19 PandemicDue to coronavirus concerns, 2020 Light Up Night has been canceled.