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Some Pittsburgh Streets Still UnplowedIt’s been four days since the winter storm dumped a significant amount of snow all across our area and some streets are still snow covered. As temperatures continue to drop, those streets will become a sheet of ice if left untreated; KDKA's Shelley Bortz reports.
Animal Shelters Honor Betty WhiteBetty White spent her long and legendary life advocating for animals.
Reporter Update: Oliver Citywide Academy Community Remembers 15-Year-Old Shot, KilledKDKA's Chris Hoffman talks to Oliver Citywide Academy's principal about 15-year-old Marquis Campbell's shooting death.
Reporter Update: Litigation Over North Strabane Township LandslideKDKA's Amy Wadas is in North Strabane Township where several families lost their homes after a landslide in 2018. Attorneys are supposed to appear in court next week, but some families may not get any money to help them with their losses.
Winter Weather Prompts Opening Of Warming CentersWarming centers are opening up as the Pittsburgh area braces for a blast of bitter cold temperatures.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (1/19)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s 7-day forecast!
Fire Chief Offers Safety Tips For Heating Homes During Single-Digit WeatherAs the temperatures drop, the Pittsburgh fire chief is sharing warnings about alternate sources of heat.
Man Arrested On Child Sex Abuse ChargesA 33-year-old Pittsburgh man finds himself behind bars without bail and facing a list of sexual assault charges.
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Something Good: Phil Gets Groomed!Punxsutawney Phil recently stopped by a barbershop in Lawrenceville where he didn't see his 5 o'clock shadow or any others for that matter!
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PTL Weekend Guide: Jan. 20, 2022Pittsburgh Magazine's Sean Collier has a look at some of the best events going on this weekend in Pittsburgh!
Seven Springs Snow Report: Jan. 20, 2022Abbey Way has an update on the winter conditions at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
Comedian Todd Glass Performing At Arcade Comedy TheaterPTL's Celina Pompeani is laughing this morning with comedian Todd Glass, who will be performing at Arcade Comedy Theater!
Animal Shelter Donations Skyrocket Thanks To Betty White ChallengeDan Rossi, of Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh, talks about the increase in donations they've seen thanks to the Betty White Challenge.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Jan. 20, 2022Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and Mikey Hood catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Close, Delay, Or Open? (Pt. 2)As kids wait for the bus on a cold morning, what are the risks should the bus come late? KDKA's John Shumway spoke with an ER doctor about the risks of an extended period of time.
Close, Delay, Or Open? (Pt. 1)With temperatures falling so low, superintendents face a tough decision on whether or not they should keep schools open. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with a local superintendent about that process.

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