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Reporter Update: Some Newborns To Be Tested For COVID-19KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra has more on the new CDC guidelines for testing mothers and babies for Coronavirus.
Reporter Update: Westmoreland Co. Courts Take Precautions To Mitigate The Spread Of CoronavirusAs Westmoreland County courts are making sure they are coronavirus complaint before they get the "wheels of justice" turning; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Reporter Update: Police Investigate Clairton Double ShootingAllegheny County Police say gunfire erupted in Clairton after a Memorial Day picnic last night; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (5/26)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ron Smiley's forecast!
State Police Search For Missing 26-Year-OldState Police are looking for a missing person with intellectual disabilities believed to be heading toward Pittsburgh.
Gunfire Erupts After Memorial Day Picnic In ClairtonAllegheny County Police say it was after a Memorial Day picnic last night when gunfire erupted in Clairton. A 25-year-old man shot in the thigh and a 16-year-old girl hit in the ankle; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Pa. State Police Searching For Missing And Endangered 68-Year-OldPennsylvania State Police in Bedford County are searching for 68-year-old Cathy Raley, who is considered missing and in danger.
Parking Enforcement Resumes In Downtown PittsburghAs businesses reopen and people continue to go back to work, people will be looking for places to park. Starting today, parts of Pittsburgh will enforce paid parking again; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Lawyer For Family Of UConn Student Pleads For Him To Surrender As Manhunt ContinuesThe FBI has joined the urgent manhunt for a UConn senior who is suspected in two murders. The family's lawyer is pleading for him to surrender.
Allegheny Co. Reports 11 New Coronavirus Cases, No New DeathsAllegheny County reports 11 new coronavirus cases and for the third day in a row, no new deaths. This brings the countywide case count to 1,816 and keeps the death toll at 150
Gov. Wolf: Pa's Number Of New Coronavirus Cases Trending DownwardThe Wolf administration says the number of new coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania continues to trend downward.
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Military Mondays: May 25, 2020Military Mondays pays tribute to local servicemen and servicewomen.
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Bethel Park Porch Destroyed And House Damaged By FireA backyard fire pit along Murdock Avenue led to a porch and house catching fire.
Downtown Pittsburgh Parking Meter Enforcement To ResumeParking in Downtown will again require paying at a meter or kiosk, KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.

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