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North Hills High School Girls Soccer Coach Rick Kabbert DiesNorth Hills High School girls soccer coach Rick Kabbert has died.
Homewood Bulldawgs Return To The FieldThe Homewood Bulldawgs are back. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Police: Juvenile Shot In The Leg In SheradenPolice are investigating.
Kitten Influx At Beaver County Humane SocietyAre you looking to adopt?
7-Year-Old Boy Injured In Hit-And-Run Crash GraduatesA 7-year-old-boy injured in a hit-and-run crash in Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar has graduated first grade.
The Plan To Revitalize MonessenThe mayor of Monessen gives an update on the plan.
Judge To Mediate Dispute Over Schenley Park's Columbus StatueAn Allegheny County judge will mediate the dispute over the Christopher Columbus statue in Schenley Park.
Pitt Offering Prizes, Including Up To $2,500 In Cash, To Students Vaccinated Against COVID-19Pitt students who are vaccinated against COVID-19 could win up to $2,500 in a prize drawing.
New Unemployment Benefits System Leaves Thousands Frustrated While State Leader Chalks Up Issues To 'Growing Pains'The state is calling the new unemployment benefits computer system a success, but local users of the system say they still can't get through to file their complaints; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Top Unemployment Compensation Official Calls Computer Upgrade A SuccessA week after the state implemented a new computer system for unemployment benefits, state officials hail its success. But users of the new system still say they cannot get through to file their claims; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Leaders Hope To Make Changes To Pittsburgh's Most Dangerous RoadsWhat needs to be done to make city streets safer in Pittsburgh? The city has one of the highest pedestrian commuter numbers in the country, which also makes it one of the most dangerous; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (6/16)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Employees At Family Dollar In Garfield Walk Out On Job In ProtestA message was posted to the door of the Family Dollar in Garfield. KDKA's Amy Wadas has more.
Man Accused Of Inappropriately Touching Girls On Kennywood RideA man was arrested for allegedly inappropriately touching two girls on a Kennywood ride; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
As Gun Violence Increases, Families Of Victims Feel Their Loved Ones Are Being Treated As Case NumbersPeople are looking for answers as gun violence happens on the streets. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Reporter Update: Sign Posted At Garfield Family Dollar Says Staff QuitThe Family Dollar in Garfield is causing a stir after a sign that was posted said all the employees quit; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Landslide Prompts South Side Slopes Road ClosureA landslide has forced city crews to close down a road in the South Side Slopes.
Grandmother Of Wandering Child Charged With Child Endangerment, Public DrunkennessPolice have charged a grandmother with child endangerment and public drunkenness after her young grandson was found wandering alone in Duquesne; KDKA's Ken Rice has more.
Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge Hospitalized After StrokeFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge has been hospitalized in Washington DC after suffering a stroke.
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Reporter Update: Lawmakers Look To Curb Gun ViolenceA House bill would require anyone who has a firearm that's lost or stolen to report it. KDKA's Nicole Ford talks with advocates about how this helps with gun violence, and also talks with moms who want to see change after losing their children to gun violence.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (6/16)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!
MacKenzie Scott Gives Away $2.7BMacKenzie Scott is giving away $2.7 billion to underfunded organizations, including at least four Pittsburgh organizations.

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