Pittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani introduces us to Noble Environmental's first Green Gifts winner Arc Human Services.
Back To School And Sports - What's Right Answer?As Pittsburghers of all background grapple with the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, one debate rages on: Should schools reopen and should young athletes be allowed to play? KDKA's John Shumway explored this question.
Pandemic Fatigue Setting In For ManyAfter five months of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, many are becoming fatigued with all the uncertainty surrounding the virus and everyday life. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with Pittsburghers of all stripes about how they're getting through an unprecedented time.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (8/14)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
Reporter Update: Mt. Lebanon Votes To Start School Year RemotelyParents, students, educators, and school board members all clashed over how to start the school year in Mt. Lebanon and ultimately the school board decided to start the year remotely. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has all the latest details.
Mt. Lebanon School District To Start Year RemotelyIt was a contentious decision, full of protest and strong opinions, but ultimately the Mt. Lebanon School Board voted to being the school year remotely. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the latest.
Restaurants To Defy Gov. Wolf's Order TodayIt's being called the "Restaurant Revolution" and members of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Restaurant and Tavern Association are planning to operate at full capacity. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the latest details.
Three People Hurt In CrashThree people including one child were taken to the hospital following a multi-vehicle crash on the Parkway North.
Operation Lunch Pail PalsA program in Cranberry Township is providing students with school supplies.
One Person Injured In ShootingA man was shot in the hip and taken to the hospital following a home invasion in Elliott.
Soergel Orchards Cancels Fall FestivalsThe orchard canceled its fall festivals on Thursday.
Quaker Valley Delays Start Of School YearStudents in Quaker Valley will not begin the school year until September 8.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: August 13, 2020 (Pt. 2)KDKA-TV Sports’ Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi talk about the sports topics of the day.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: August 13, 2020 (Pt. 1)KDKA-TV Sports’ Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi talk about the sports topics of the day.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (8/13)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Contact Tracing Scam In PennsylvaniaScammers are calling Pennsylvanians posing as contact tracers and asking for personal information. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
Mt. Lebanon Votes For Online Start To School YearKDKA's Pam Surano has more on the district's plan.
Member Of Allderdice Girls Soccer Team Tests PositiveConditioning for Allderdice's girls soccer is canceled for two weeks after a player tested positive for coronavirus.
Crews Battling Fire In Venango CountyCrews are battling a fire at Seneva Hardwoods Lumber.
Reporter Update: Scammers Stealing Information With Contact Tracing SchemeKDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more on scammers impersonating contact tracers.
KDKA News Update PM: August 13, 2020KDKA News Update PM: August 13, 2020
EPA Head Visits Pittsburgh To Undo Methane Leak Rule For Oil, Gas IndustryPresident Trump’s administration is undoing Obama-era rules designed to limit greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas fields and pipelines,
Which Type Of Coronavirus Test Should You Get?There are three types of coronavirus tests. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen helps break them all down.
Wolf Administration Releases Report On Coronavirus Health DisparitiesA task force created by Gov. Tom Wolf to investigate health disparities of the pandemic released its report Thursday. In April, 20 to 30 percent of race data was unreported in coronavirus test results. Now Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says that number is over over 60 percent; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Group Of Parishioners Disappointed In Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh's Plan For Change Following Clergy Sexual AbuseTomorrow will mark two years since the grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse. After several listening sessions, Bishop David Zubik outlined a plan for change, but a group of parishioners say the diocese has fallen short; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.