Senators are expected to vote today on whether to include witness testimony in the impeachment trial of President Trump; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Some Beaver Co. Voters Still Waiting For BallotsKDKA's Nicole Ford has more from voters who are still waiting by the mailbox for their ballot.
In Effort To Flip Control Of Pa. House, Democrats Challenge 2 Local Republican IncumbentsAll 203 state House seats are on the ballot this November, and this election could determine who controls the Pennsylvania legislature. KDKA's Jon Delano has more on two key races.
Pitt Urging Students To Shelter In Place Before Going HomeThe University of Pittsburgh says they want students to shelter-in-place before going home for the Thanksgiving holiday.
City Of Pittsburgh To Begin Distributing 32-Gallon Blue Recycling BinsThe city of Pittsburgh is beginning to phase in 32-gallon blue recycling bins, starting with three neighborhoods.
Findings Of Community Task Force On Police Reform Part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the local Community Task Force On Police Reform about their recent report and findings.
Reporter Update: Washington Co. Voters Share Thoughts On Issues, Election ProcessKDKA's Voice of the Voter series heads to Washington County, where Meghan Schiller has more on what voters are feeling and thinking ahead of Election Day.
Findings Of Community Task Force On Police Reform Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the local Community Task Force On Police Reform about their recent report and findings.
State Officials Recommend Westmoreland County Schools Go Online-Only As Coronavirus Cases RiseFor the second week in a row, the state says Westmoreland County has a substantial level of coronavirus community transmission, meaning it's recommended schools switch to online-only learning; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Findings Of Community Task Force On Police Reform Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with members of the local Community Task Force On Police Reform about their recent report and findings.
Reporter Update: Survey Finds Surprising Number Of People Don't Know What Antisemitism MeansAs we approach the two year mark since the Tree of Life mass shooting, a survey found a surprising number of people don't know what Antisemitism means; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Work Underway At Hazelwood Green RoundhouseA massive project is underway in Hazelwood. Workers are at the Roundhouse at Hazelwood Green, trying to redevelop space while maintaining historic value; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
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Work Underway At Roundhouse At Hazelwood GreenWork is underway to redevelop space while maintain the historic value at the Roundhouse at Hazelwood Green; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
After 2 Years, Pittsburgh To Remember Tree Of Life Mass ShootingTuesday marks two years since the deadly mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue. The community will remember the eleven lives lost as they worshipped in Squirrel Hill.
HotBox By WizLooking for some gameday grub or just some good food in general? Pittsburgh native and rap superstar Wiz Khalifa stopped by Fan N'ATion to tell Daisy Jade all about his new delivery-only restaurant! (Originally aired October 24, 2020)
Pennsylvania Health Secretary Addresses Coronavirus Fall ResurgenceDr. Rachel Levine says Pennsylvania has seen at least 1,000 new coronavirus cases each of the last 21 days.
John Malecki: DIY ExpertLooking to make your fan cave unique? Former Steeler and do-it-yourself expert John Malecki has some tips for you! (Originally Aired: October 24, 2020)
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 177 More Coronavirus Cases Over 48 HoursOver the last 48 hours, the Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 177 new Coronavirus cases and no additional deaths.
Pa. Health Dept. Reports 3,073 Coronavirus Cases Over 48 Hours, Says Daily Increases Now Comparable With April OutbreakOver the last 48 hours, the Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 3,073 new cases of Coronavirus and 19 additional deaths. Katie Johnston reports.
Agreement Reached In Lawsuit Between Allegheny County And Congressional Candidates Sean Parnell, Luke NegronA fierce legal battle between two Republican congressional candidates and the Allegheny County Board of Elections has ended after both sides reached an agreement over the weekend; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: Legal Dispute Between 2 GOP Candidates, Allegheny Co. Elections ResolvedA legal dispute between two Republican Congressional candidates and the Allegheny County Board of Elections has reached an agreement; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Something Good: Phipps Fall Flower ShowPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David have a look at Phipps Conservatory's Fall Flower Show, The Poetry of Nature!
The Importance Of Blood DonationPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood talks with Vitalant's Communication Manager Kristen Lane about the importance of blood donations.
Dr. Cyril Wecht Previews New BookPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with Dr. Cyril Wecht about his new book.