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Pitt Alum Quits 9-To-5 Job To Pursue New Business Full TimeKDKA's Meghan Schiller talks with Matteo Ferrer, a Pitt alum who is being featured on the Discover Channel.
PennDOT Making Strides With Highly Automated VehiclesPennDOT says it is making strides with higly autoated vehicles.
Karns City School District Welcomes Back FansKDKA's Royce Jones has more from Karns City.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (9/18)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Coronavirus Mitigation Efforts Could Make For A Lighter Flu SeasonExperts say because we're washing our hands more, wearing masks and staying socially distant, we could end up with fewer cases of the flu this year; KDKA's Dr. Maria reports.
Remembering Jeanne FlahertyThe family of the woman who died after being hit by a shuttle bus in Oakland says she leaves behind a lasting legacy. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Steelers Fans, Businesses Ready For Home OpenerBar and restaurant owners on the North Shore hope the black and gold bring in the green this weekend. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Concerned Sheetz Employees Call Police On Man Sleeping Inside Car, Leading To Big Drug BustPolice say a pretty good sized drug bust wouldn't have happened without the help of some people at a nearby Sheetz in Greensburg; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
18 More Pitt Students Test Positive For CoronavirusThe University of Pittsburgh says 18 more students have tested positive for coronavirus since Tuesday.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Reveals Part Of 'Avenues Of Hope'Out of the recent Black Lives Matter protests, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has been promising a plan to address racial disparities in the city. The mayor revealed a large part of that plan only to KDKA investigator Andy Sheehan.
Wolf Administration Encourages Schools To 'Voluntarily Enforce' Gathering LimitsThe Wolf administration is encouraging districts to "voluntarily enforce" gathering limits after a federal judge ruled the governor's pandemic restrictions unconstitutional.
Reporter Update: 96-Year-Old Bowler Turning Heads In Pittsburgh AreaA local woman's skills and positive spirit are turning heads at bowling lanes. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more on KDKA News at 7:30 p.m.
UPMC, CMU Collaborate To Develop Rapid Coronavirus TestThe rapid test can provide results in 10-15 seconds and was developed in an effort between CMU, UPMC, and Pitt. KDKA's Amy Wadas has more.
KDKA Investigates: The Future Of The Ace HotelKDKA's Andy Sheehan has more on the future of the Ace Hotel in Pittsburgh.
Reporter Update: Could We Be In For A Lighter Flu Season?Flu numbers around the world are down, and KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra is breaking down what the researchers are seeing and why.
Reporter Update: No Steelers Fans Allowed At First Home GamePittsburgh Steelers fans are going to have to do things a little differently this weekend, and restaurant owners are hoping people will get detoured into their businesses to watch the game; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Remembering The Victim Of The Shuttle Bus Crash In OaklandKDKA's Nicole Ford is looking at how Mary Flaherty, the woman struck and killed in Oakland yesterday, is being remembered.
Reporter Update: CMU, Pitt, UPMC Collaborating On Rapid COVID-19 TestKDKA's Amy Wadas has more on the collaboration between Pitt, CMU and UPMC on a new rapid COVID-19 test.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (9/18)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s 7-day forecast!
2 Former Steelers Hand Out Food To Needy Families In Beaver Co.Chris Hoke and Arthur Moats joined with an army of volunteers in Beaver County to hand out food to needy families; KDKA's Lisa Washington.
Pennsylvania Unemployment Rate At 10.3% In AugustThe Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry released its unemployment statistics for August 2020.
McKeesport High School Gets Big Laptop DonationMcKeesport High School students and staff got a big donation of laptops this morning; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 68 More Coronavirus CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 68 new Coronavirus cases out of 833 test results, and four additional deaths.
Police Arrest Suspect In McKeesport ShootingAllegheny County Police have arrested a suspect in connection to an April shooting in McKeesport.