Police are searching for missing Eugene Ross, a 74-year-old in Lawrence County, KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.

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North Shore Law Enforcement Officers Memorial VandalizedThe memorial honoring fallen officers was vandalized with graffiti.
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Duquesne Food Bank Giveaway Expected To Cause Traffic DelaysThe Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank in Duquesne will be hosting a giveaway Monday afternoon, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Police Investigating Fatal Shooting In HomewoodA woman was shot and killed on Monticello Street in Homewood, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
#1 Cochran Sports Showdown: March 29, 2020 (Pt. 4)Watch as Rich Walsh and Andrew Fillipponi join KDKA-TV’s Bob Pompeani for another round of sound on this edition of the #1 Cochran Sports Showdown!
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Mother And Daughter Hospitalized After Being Hit By Fallen TreeA mother and daughter are recovering after a tree fell on them at a park in New Castle, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
KDKA-TV Weekend Forecast (3/29)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!
Community Rallies Around Flooded Animal ShelterA local animal shelter, Orphans of the Storm were forced to evacuate due to the flooding but they say the community has overwhelmed them with donations.
Shoppers Litter Gloves Amid Coronavirus OutbreakShoppers are taking precautions to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak but some are being irresponsible and littering gloves in parking lots, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Hill District Community Development Corporation Hands Out ChickenVolunteers from the Hill Community Development Corporation gave away free meat outside their headquarters to help the unemployed.
City Of Duquesne Restricts Food Bank TrafficThe City of Duquesne Police Department is restricting traffic to control lines to the Greater Community Food Bank.
Local Business Creates Masks For Those In Need During Coronavirus OutbreakAs the number of cases of COVID-19 continues to grow in our area, so do the stories of the people helping others, including Abram's Nation, a business that is now making masks for senior citizens and those in need, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Wolf Administration Lays Off Nearly 2,500 State EmployeesAmid the coronavirus outbreak, the Wolf Administration has reportedly laid off nearly 2,500 part-time and seasonal state employees.
Mother And Daughter In Critical Condition After Being Hit By TreeA mother and daughter are in critical condition after a tree fell on them in Cascade Park in New Castle, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
Reporter Update: Royce Jones Investigates Rubber Gloves LitterKDKA's Royce Jones reports on how shoppers are using rubber gloves to stay safe--and then carelessly discarding them in parking lots.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman Talks With Small Business Providing Masks For Elderly, People With Special NeedsKDKA's Chris Hoffman talked with the owner of Abram’s Nation in Gibsonia.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman Investigates Two Catholic Priests In Self-IsolationKDKA's Chris Hoffman reports on two priests in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh who are self-isolating after being exposed to the coronavirus.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (3/29)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
Reporter Update: Pittsburgh Diocese Coronavirus ExposureKDKA's Chris Hoffman provides the latest on two clergy teams and two priests being exposed to a positive case of COVID-19.
Two Pittsburgh Diocese Priests Exposed To Positive CoronavirusTwo clergy teams and two priests were exposed to a positive case of COVID-19, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.

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