This week's Pet of the Week on Pittsburgh Today Live is Acai, a lovable pup from Animal Friends!
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (8/12)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Volunteers Trying To Round Up Abandoned CatsA local animal rescue group is trying to round up a colony of abandoned cats in Washington County.
PIAA Wants Meeting About 'Possible Options' For SportsThe PIAA has told Gov. Tom Wolf it wants to talk with his aides about “possible options for fall sports” among its member schools.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Seeing Progress After SpikeKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on the county's reaction to a drop in coronvirus cases recently.
Group Protests Mt. Lebanon's Return-To-School PlanA group of parents and students protested Mt. Lebanon School District's back-to-school plan for the fall, KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
PSU Requiring Students To Sign WaiverPenn State is making students sign a waiver acknowledging the risk of returning to campus.
Reporter Update: Allegheny Co. Percent Positivity DroppingKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on the Allegheny County Health Department's update on the coronavirus.
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4 Pittsburgh-Area Establishments Handed Warnings After Coronavirus Order Compliance ChecksState police gave warnings to four Pittsburgh-area licensed liquor establishments not following coronavirus orders.
Wolf Administration: Watch Out For Coronavirus Contact Tracing ScamsThe Wolf administration is warning Pennsylvanians about coronavirus contact tracing scams.
Pennsylvania House Committee Hearing On Failures Of Unemployment SystemKDKA's Royce Jones has more on how lawmakers hope to fix the problem.
Local Man Finds Envelope With $1,800 In Cash Inside, Turns It Over To PoliceA local man who found an envelope with $1,800 in cash inside didn't keep it. Instead he turned it over to police so they could find the owner; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Heart Inflammation In Young People With COVID-19: 'Are These People At Risk?'Several otherwise healthy college athletes with COVID-19 have myocarditis – inflammation of the heart; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Volunteers Running Food Distribution Program Aimed At ChildrenLocal volunteers are helping families get the food they need during the coronavirus pandemic. KDKA's Kym Gable has more.
Pittsburgh Night Club Ordered To Shut Down After Inspection Finds Several Coronavirus Order ViolationsSeven, a nightclub in downtown Pittsburgh, was shut down by the Allegheny County Health Department.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (8/12)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Parents And Students Protesting Mt. Lebanon Back-To-School PlanA group of parents and students are protesting Mt. Lebanon School District's back-to-school plan for the fall.
Some Restaurants To Launch 'Revolution' To Open At Full Capacity This FridayRestaurant and tavern owners across Allegheny County have been working together for about a month to push the state to ease their restrictions. Those owners tell KDKA's Nicole Ford their deadline to hear from the governor was this week. Now they're going to open up at full capacity defiance.
Allegheny County Judge Mark Tranquilli Faces Six Counts Of Judicial MisconductThe Pennsylvania Court of Judicial Discipline has filed charges against Allegheny County Judge Mark Tranquilli; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Kidsburgh: Childcare Amid Online LearningMany parents are anxious about what they’re going to do with their children, who are doing school online, while they have to work.
DNC Preparing For Virtual EventThe Democratic National Convention is being held virtually because of the pandemic. KDKA's Jon Delano has more.
Progress Being Made As Allegheny Co.'s Positivity Rate DropsAllegheny County officials say progress is being made in fight against coronavirus, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Making Television In The Age Of COVID-19Pittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Tim Kaiser, a Western Pennsylvania native and TV producer, about how Hollywood will make television shows in the age of coronavirus.
Something Good: Hunt For HistoryPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David have details on a new historical-themed scavenger hunt!