This weekend, Anthony Bourdain shows Pittsburgh to the world in his CNN show, "Parts Unknown;" KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Man Accused Of Bear Spraying Capitol Police Officer Pleads Not GuiltyThe Justice Dept. alleges that Julian Khater and George Tanios bought bear spray and pepper spray before driving to Washington, D.C. for the Trump rally in January.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: April 12, 2021 (Pt. 3)KDKA's Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Chris Mueller discuss the sports topics of the day.
Pa. House Speaker In Quarantine Due To COVID-19 ExposureRep. Bryan Cutler says he was exposed to someone with COVID-19.
Hand-Tied Blankets Donated To Beaver Co. Humane SocietyThe blankets were made by the Franciscan Manor in Beaver Falls.
300 Bags Of Clothing Collected For DonationsStudents from the Canon-McMillan School District are giving back.
Point Park University Names New PresidentDr. Donald J. Green is expected to begin his new job this summer.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: April 12, 2021 (Pt. 2)KDKA's Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Chris Mueller discuss the sports topics of the day.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (4/12)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Get Paid To Move To West VirginiaWest Virginia is joining the growing list of places recruiting remote workers — with a thrill-seeking twist.
Not Every Ride Will Be Running When Kennywood OpensWhen Kennywood reopens next month, not every ride will be running.
Pa.'s Infrastructure Gets C-Minus From White House ReportPresident Joe Biden wants Congress to know he’s sincere about cutting a deal on infrastructure.
State Recaptures Million In Unemployment Benefits From FraudstersKDKA's Jessica Guay has more on how two state agencies worked to recover the money.
Reporter Update: State Recaptures $800 Million Of Unemployment Benefits From FraudstersKDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Pittsburgh Company Offering Glamping OptionsFind out how and where you can sleep under the stars without sleeping on the ground.
Saving The National Negro Opera Company House In HomewoodJonnet Solomon has more on saving the first black opera company house in Homewood.
Parkway Carjacker Suspect Arrested In Indiana CountyA man is accused of jumping onto the Parkway, sliding into an unlocked car stopped in traffic, kicking the driver out and speeding off towards the Fort Pitt Bridge.
More Than 600,000 Pennsylvanians Have Registered For Mail-In Ballots For May 18 PrimaryThe Pennsylvania Department of State says the state could be on track to set a record for participation in a municipal primary if the current pace of mail-in ballot applications continues.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (4/12)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Bizarre Monessen Police Chase Ends With Stolen Cruiser Crashing Into HouseA Uniontown woman is in jail tonight, charged with stealing a police car and then crashing it into a house. As KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports, it all started after another alleged car theft.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Facing Transportation ChallengesPittsburgh Public Schools is one of the last districts in our region to send students back to the classroom, but a major challenge is busing. Will there be enough drivers, and is this issue impacting other districts? KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Man Allegedly Shoots DogPolice in West Mifflin called the district attorney's office for guidance after someone allegedly opened fire on a neighborhood dog; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
FBI Says Beware Of Coronavirus Vaccine-Related Items On Dark WebThe FBI says there are all kinds of stuff for sale on the dark web. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
TSA Catching Twice As Many Guns At Airport CheckpointsThe TSA reports an alarming number of airline passengers who are trying to board planes with loaded guns. It's a problem at Pittsburgh International and airports across the country; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Pandemic's Disruption Of Global Supply Chain And Delivery Of Products Not Likely To End SoonThere is a global supply chain issue that some experts say will get worse before it gets better. KDKA's Jon Delano has more.