Chuck E. Cheese's is getting in on the “pay your age” deal after yesterday’s Build-A-Bear fiasco. Matt Yurus reports.
Richard King Mellon Foundation Unveils Strategic PlanOver the next ten years, the Richard King Mellon Foundation is planning to invest more than $1.2 billion in the Pittsburgh area.
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Former Taylor Allderdice Football Coach Arrested For Allegedly Selling CocaineA man who was an Allegheny County police cadet and the former Taylor Allderdice football coach was arrested.
Fugitive Arrested In Washington County For Drug Delivery Resulting In DeathA fugitive wanted on a charge of drug delivery resulting in death was arrested in Washington County.
Vulnerable Communities Have Trouble Getting Access To Technology For VaccineKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on how Allegheny County Health Department is trying to make getting a vaccine easier.
PPS Board Pushes In-Person Learning Back To AprilThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board has voted on a resolution about once again delaying the start date for in-person classes. KDKA's Bryant Reed has more.
State House Gives Final Approval To Bill To Allow Child Sex Abuse Victims To File Civil LawsuitsThe state House gave final approval to a bill that would allow child sex abuse victims to file civil lawsuits.
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State Senate Approves Bill To Increase Penalties For People Charged Child Porn PossessionThe state Senate approved a bill to increase the penalties for people charged with possession of child pornography.
Ohio State Study To Test Hard Candy As Means Of Coronavirus ScreeningA study at Ohio State University proposes using hard candy to test for coronavirus.
2021 St. Patrick's Day Parade Postponed In PittsburghThe 2021 St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pittsburgh has been postponed.
Expert Explains GameStop Stock IncreaseMichael Godwin, the chief investment officer for Fragasso Financial Advisors, breaks it all down.
Kidsburgh: Kamala Harris' Barrier-Breaking Election Inspires GirlsA week ago today, a historic passage in American history – the first woman to be inaugurated to federal office, as well as the first African American and South Asian American vice president. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen talks with some girls and women about how important this is.
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PPS Board Votes On Delaying In-Person ClassesThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board met Wednesday night to vote on whether to once again delay the return to in-person classes; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Department Says Not Enough Vaccine To Go AroundThe Allegheny County Health Department says there just are not enough supplies to go around.
US Army Changes Standards To Allow Ponytails And Nail Polish For WomenThe U.S. Army has added diversity, inclusion and equity to its formation. On Tuesday, the Army announced some major changes to its grooming standards; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Local High School Creates Wellness WednesdayNorth Allegheny Senior High School created Wellness Wednesday. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more on how this is helping students.
Woman Arrested In Duquesne Mayor's Office Allegedly Spit On City CouncilmemberWe are learning more about what happened after a woman was arrested in the Duquesne mayor’s office earlier this month; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
CDC Studies Transmission Of COVID-19 In SchoolsThe CDC says the transmission of coronavirus during in-person instruction in schools is low as long as masks and distancing are enforced.
Constitutional Amendment Could Limit A Governor's Emergency Powers During PandemicPennsylvania voters will likely soon get the final say about whether to limit the governor’s powers during a disaster emergency.
Reporter Update: U.S. Army Making Changes To Grooming PolicyKDKA's Royce Jones has more on the changes coming to the U.S. Army.
Man Sues City Of Pittsburgh For Fractured Skull During East Liberty ProtestA man is filing a lawsuit against the City of Pittsburgh, claiming police used excessive force during a Black Lives Matter protest this summer.
Reporter Update: New Details Emerge On Woman's Arrest In Duquesne Mayor's OfficeKDKA's Chris Hoffman is learning more about what happened after a woman was arrested for meeting with the Duquesne mayor a couple of weeks ago.