Bus drivers in Norwin and Penn Trafford were upset they didn't get a chance to say goodbye to their students, so one driver came up with a way for them to say their goodbyes and encourage the students. KDKA's Meghan Schiller spoke with Dave Helmstadter, the creator of the video.
Explosion Reported At Compressor StationFirefighters were called to battle a blaze at a compressor station in Greene County early on Saturday morning.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (12/5)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Massive Fire In Hazelwood ContainedIt took Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire firefighters around two hours to contain a massive fire at an abandoned home that ultimately spread to two occupied homes early on Saturday morning. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has more live from the scene.
Whitehall Holds Light Up NightThe Whitehall Borough held its "Light Up Night" and then watched a drive-in Christmas movie!
Which Pittsburgh Businesses Recieved PPP Loans?Pennsylvania took in $5 billion in loans from the payroll protection program, but how much of that money came to the Pittsburgh area and who exactly did it benefit? KDKA's Paul Martino digs into that question.
Pa. Democrats Unveil COVID-19 Relief PlanThe Pennsylvania Senate Democratic Caucus revealed a $4 billion economic relief package with hopes to stimulate the state economy.
U.S. House Of Representatives Votes To Decriminalize WeedThe United States House of Representatives passed the MORE Act of 2019, a bill that would decriminalize marijuana nationwide, but local Rep. Conor Lamb was one of a few Democrats that voted against the bill. He explained his opposition to KDKA on Friday night.
Monroeville Mall Shooter Going To TrialLawrence Murphy, the man accused of shooting and killing a man outside of the Monroeville Mall, will stand trial in January.
Grandparents Celebrate Birth Of GrandsonTwo Pittsburgh grandparents were unable to join in the birth of their grandson at the hospital due to COVID-19. So, they found a way to celebrate just outside.
Holiday Market Supports Black Owned BusinessesThe "Black Market" will run this weekend and will support Black-owned businesses.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (12/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Local Restaurant Suing Health DepartmentA restaurant has sued the Allegheny County Health Department and a local police department after being shut down for alleged violations.
Nurse From Butler County Killed While Driving To Work In TennesseeA Butler County native working as a nurse in Tennessee was shot and killed while driving to work.
Body Of Missing Jefferson Hills Teen FoundThe body of a missing Jefferson Hills teenager has been found. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
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Photographer Makes Kids With Cancer Feel Like StarsA Pittsburgh photographer is helping make a difference in the lives of so many angels.
DIY Holiday DrinksMixologist Jason Donaldson shares some DIY holiday drinks.
Nano Wave Air Device Claims To Inactivate The CoronavirusThe CEO and founder of Dynamics Incorporated talks to KDKA's Meghan Schiller about the company's invention.
Local Chiropractor Group Donates $10K To Toys For Tots Target Shopping SpreeComplete Chiropractic Health took over the Target in Cranberry, grabbing all the toys worth a total of $10,000. The group is working with Toys for Tots to make sure local families have gifts under the tree.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (12/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Notary Business Under Strain Due To High DemandThe Pennsylvania Association of Notaries said the business is strained. KDKA's Royce Jones has more.
Roles In Ambridge's 'Christmas On Merchant' Parade ReversedChristmas events are being canceled left and right, but one community wanted to find a way to keep its tradition alive while staying safe during the pandemic; KDKA's Nicole Ford.
Pittsburgh Receives Perfect Score For LGBTQ Inclusion, Ranks Among Top CitiesPittsburgh is among 94 cities across the country and among four in Pennsylvania that earned a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's 2020 Index Ranking on LGBTQ inclusion.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Department Of Health Aligns Quarantine Guidance With CDCThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is changing its COVID-19 quarantine guidance to align with the CDC.