CCAC's Court Reporting Program Coordinator Mary Beth Johnson talks about what it takes to be a court reporter.
10% Of City Workforce In QuarantineAccording to City of Pittsburgh officials, 10% of the city's workforce is currently in quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure.
Batch Foundation Holds Toy DriveFormer Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch teamed up with the Heinz History Center for his annual "Stuff the Trolley" event.
Brewster-Ziccarelli Race May Be Decided In Federal CourtA decision in federal court may be the way the state senate race between incumbent Jim Brewster and challenger Nicole Ziccarelli gets settled.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: December 3, 2020 (Pt. 3)KDKA's Rich Walsh and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi discuss the sports topics of the day.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: December 3, 2020 (Pt. 2)KDKA's Rich Walsh and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi discuss the sports topics of the day.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: December 3, 2020 (Pt. 1)KDKA's Rich Walsh and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi discuss the sports topics of the day.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (12/3)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Pittsburgh Police Arrest Suspected BurglarPolice have arrested a suspected burglar in Squirrel Hill.
Game Commission Looking For Whoever Killed 2 Black BearsThe Pennsylvania Game Commission is looking for information about the illegal killing and dumping of two black bear.
Allegheny County Gets $5.7M Grant To Support Purchase Of 7 Electric BusesThe Allegheny County Health Department is getting a $5.7 million grant to offset the costs of the Port Authority buying electric buses.
Health Care Workers Feeling Stressed As COVID-19 Cases RiseWith hospitals filling up and coronavirus cases surging across the country, healthcare workers say the mental-emotional toll is weighing heavy.
Coronavirus Pandemic Taking Toll On Mental Health Of Health Care WorkersKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on the mental health impact the pandemic is having on health care workers
KDKA News Update PM: December 3, 2020KDKA News Update PM: December 3, 2020
North Park, South Park Ice Rinks Opening FridayAllegheny County is opening up the North Park and South Park ice rinks for the season soon.
Letter To Santa Dropbox In BaldwinThere is one way to make sure your letter gets to Santa this year.
Increased Demand For Christmas TreesEveryone wants a real Christmas tree this year. One local Christmas tree farm has already sold out of cut-your-own trees.
Rising Coronavirus Cases Impacting Hospital StaffDr. Brian Lamb has more on the rising coronavirus cases and the impact on hospital staff.
Ken Rice's Quarantine Essay: 'I Still Believe This Is Not Forever, But I’m Trying To Be Ready For Anything Now'Some of you may have noticed that Ken Rice has been missing from the anchor desk this week. Here is a message he wanted to share.
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 Investigator Meghan Schiller found out some receipts say otherwise.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (12/3)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Allegheny Health Network Nurses Working During The Pandemic Are Marvel's Newest Comic Book HeroesMarvel unveiled its newest superheroes and they come from straight from Pittsburgh. Allegheny Health Network and Marvel Comics are partnering up to honor real-life healthcare heroes; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Lawmaker Wants To Repeal No-Excuse Mail-In Voting In Pa. Used By 2.6 Million Pennsylvanians This FallA Republican state representative near Altoona wants to repeal the law that allows no-excuse mail-in voting in Pennsylvania. KDKA's Jon Delano has more.
Southwestern Hospitals Will Have Staffing Shortages In The Next Week, Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine SaysPittsburgh-area hospitals are treating more patients than ever. They say they were prepared for this expected fall surge, but staffing is the big concern; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Modern Plans To Test Coronavirus Vaccine On ChildrenModerna is opening its clinical coronavirus vaccine trials to children ages 12-17. KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra has more.