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One-On-One Interview With Joe Biden About Election, Fracking And TrumpKDKA's Jon Delano goes one-on-one with Joe Biden.
'Beetlejuice' Showing At Pop-Up Drive-In Theater At Pittsburgh ZooFree tickets are available for a pop-up drive-in movie this week at the Pittsburgh Zoo.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (10/26)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Joe Biden Says He'll Win 'Home State' Of PennsylvaniaKDKA's Jon Delano had a one-on-one interview with Joe Biden.
Task Force Cracking Down On Bars Breaking RulesKDKA's Jennifer Borrasso has more on the Nuisance Bar Task Force.
Brentwood High School Student Treated For TuberculosisA Brentwood School District student is undergoing treatment for tuberculosis.
Woman Seriously Hurt When She Was Hit By Pickup TruckA pedestrian is in critical condition after being hit while crossing the street on West Liberty Avenue, officials say.
Average Credit Score Reaches New Record HighWhile the economy plunged during the coronavirus pandemic, credit scores reached record highs.
NASA Discovers Water On Sunlit Surface Of MoonKDKA's Meghan Schiller has more on this discovery with an astrophysicist who helped make it happen.
Understanding The Rules And Laws Surrounding Mail-In BallotsRavi Doshi, the senior legal counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, has more on mail-in ballots.
KDKA News Update PM: October 26, 2020KDKA News Update PM: October 26, 2020
PennDOT Concerned About Possible Drunk Drivers With Halloween On A Saturday This YearWith Halloween falling on a Saturday this years, officials are calling for extra caution.
Fewer Pa. Coronavirus Patients Answering Basic Questions Needed For Contact TracingPennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine is calling on more coronavirus patients to help with contact tracing.
What Constitutes Voter Intimidation? What Are Your Protections?KDKA's Andy Sheehan has more about voter intimidation heading into the 2020 election.
Voice Of The Voters: Some Washington Co. Voters Have A Hard Time Making Up Their MindJust shy of 152,000 people will cast their ballots in Washington County this election. KDKA's Meghan Schiller visited to find out what matters most to voters there.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (10/26)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Peduto Calls On Pittsburghers To Hold Moment Of Silence As Tree Of Life RemembranceMayor Bill Peduto is calling for a moment of silence Tuesday in memory of the 11 lives lost at the Tree of Life Synagogue. KDKA's Nicole Ford said.
Survey: Nearly Half Of Americans Aren't Familiar With The Term 'Anti-Semitism'The results are in from the American Jewish Committee's very first public survey asking people if they're familiar with the term anti-Semitism. And nearly half weren't; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
One-On-One Interview With Joe BidenWith a little more than a week left until Election Day, KDKA political editor Jon Delano sat down with former vice president Joe Biden.
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.