The festivities will start on Friday, Nov. 22, and continue through Sunday, Dec. 22.

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Unsealed Federal Lawsuit Alleges UPMC Filed False Claims, Failed Get Proper Patient ConsentA lawsuit filed in 2019 claims that the Pittsburgh-based healthcare giant didn't properly obtain patient consent in addition to filing false medical claims, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Gov. Tom Wolf Shares Concerns With Allegheny County Coronavirus Case SurgeGovernor Wolf said he thinks that masks may be mandatory until a COVID-19 vaccine is available, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Crews Respond To Water Main Break In Lincoln PlaceA water main break along Mifflin Road resulted in the street being damaged overnight.
W. Va. Gov. Jim Justice Issues Mandatory Mask OrderThe order went into effect at midnight on Tuesday.
Four People Hospitalized In Amish Buggy CrashAn SUV crashed into the back of an Amish buggy in Sparta Township.
On A Positive Note: Teenager Recieves Commemorative Figurine At Carnegie Science CenterTyler Fazio learned that he'll have his own custom figurine in the miniature railroad at the Carnegie Science Center.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (7/6Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's forecast!
Duolingo CEO Says He May Move JobsThe co-founder of one of Pittsburgh's largest tech companies says immigration policies from the Trump administration could force him to move jobs to Canada.
UPMC Mercy Burn Center Treats 20-Plus People For Firework InjuriesUPMC Mercy Burn Center says more than 20 people were injured from firework accidents over the Fourth of July weekend.
Family Of Missing Transgender Woman Seeks AnswersA heartbroken family is begging for help in finding their missing daughter, KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
Transformer Fire Knocks Out Power For 7 Pittsburgh NeighborhoodsSeveral Pittsburgh neighborhoods were without power after a transformer fire.
7 Homes Damaged By Fire In LawrencevilleFirefighters were on the scene of a two-alarm fire in Upper Lawrenceville.
Contact Tracing Efforts Continue To Increase In Allegheny CountyAs positive cases continue to rise in our area, testing capabilities and contact tracing are increasing too, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Reporter Update: Nicole Ford - Coronavirus Testing After 4th Of July WeekendShould you get tested for coronavirus after the holiday weekend? KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
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Fire In Upper LawrencevilleA viewer sent KDKA video of the fire in Upper Lawrenceville on Monday.
RMU Changes The Way It Gives TourRMU resumed group tours of its campus but things are differing amid the coronavirus pandemic; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Meet Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan CutlerKDKA's Jon Delano has more with new Pennsylvania House Speaker Bryan Cutler.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (7/6)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's forecast!
Weather And Coronavirus Taking A Toll On This Year's Corn CropA freeze during the spring paired with a dry stretch and a lack of workers because of coronavirus are taking a toll on this year's corn crop; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Firefighters On Scene Of Fire In LawrencevilleFirefighters are on the scene of a fire in Upper Lawrenceville.
New Details On The Drowning At Conneaut LakeDivers at Conneaut Lake found the body of a woman they had been searching for, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Robert Bowers' Attorney Says Pandemic Has Hampered CaseAttorneys for accused Tree of Life Synagogue gunman Robert Bowers say the coronavirus pandemic is having an impact on building their case.
Gov. Wolf Says Statewide Mask Mandate Will Likely Remain In Effect Until There's A VaccineGov. Tom Wolf says the statewide mask mandate will likely remain in place until there's a coronavirus vaccine.

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