A group of people protested outside of Pittsburgh Municipal Court on Friday.
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Owner Reunited With Lost Cat 5 Months After Devastating House FireHope, the gray tabby cat, went missing back in April when her owner’s house was destroyed in a fire.
NASA Attempting To Collect Sample From Asteroid That Will Return To EarthNASA will make history, and KDKA's Meghan Schiller talks with NASA scientist Danny Glavin.
Why Do People Talk About Politics Online?Social media expert Natale Pennington talks about her study, which looks at what motivates people to engage in political talk online.
SCOTUS: Pennsylvania May Count Mail-In Ballots Up To 3 Days After Election DayA Supreme Court decision will allow Pennsylvania to count mail-in ballots up to 3 days after Election Day.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (10/19)Get the latest weather updates from meteorologist Ray Petelin!
New Online Tool Helps Determine Coronavirus Transmission Rate IndoorsA new online tool is allowing people to make informed decisions about the coronavirus. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Trials Being Held At Convention CenterAs trials resume in Allegheny County, many of them will no longer be held at the courthouse, but at the Convention Center. KDKA's Amy Wadas got a behind the scenes look at the process.
Despite Record Registrations, Millions Still Will Not Vote In 2020 ElectionWhile a record number of Pennsylvanians have registered, millions across the nation have not. KDKA's Jon Delano has more on why people do not vote.
Voice Of The Voters: Butler CountyVoters in Butler County overwhelming voted for Donald Trump in 2016, but will they vote that way again? Hear from the voice of the voters as they spoke with KDKA's John Shumway.
Peduto: Police Reform Taskforce's Report Will Be 'Guiding Influence' For Policing ChangesThe city’s Community Taskforce for Police Reform released its final report Monday at a news conference with Mayor Bill Peduto. KDKA's Andy Sheehan has more.
Six Russian Hackers Charged By FBIA federal grand jury in Pittsburgh indicted six Russian hackers for their involvement in a malware attack that targeted the Heritage Valley Health System.
Auditor General Race Historic - No Matter The OutcomeThe race for state auditor general will be historic regardless if Timothy DeFoor or Nina Ahmad win. KDKA's Jon Delano spoke to both candidates about why they are running for the office.
Leaders Warn Of Potential Dangers Related To Online LearningState leaders are warning about the potential dangers involving online learning. KDKA's Royce Jones has more on what parents can do.
Inmate At Greene County State Prison Dies From COVIDSCI Greene has reported its first death of an inmate from coroanvirus.
Gov. Wolf, Dr. Levine Warn Of Fall Coronavirus ResurgenceAs coronavirus cases continue to rise across Pennsylvania, leaders are once again stressing the importance of staying vigilant.
Westmoreland County Changes Polling LocationsThe pandemic has caused several types of changes this year, now you can add polling locations to the list. KDKA's Ross Guidotti has the information for Westmoreland County voters on if or where their polling location is for this election.
Reporter Update: Polling Locations Changing In Westmoreland CountyMost people don't have to worry about their polling location changing but for some Westmoreland County residents, they may have to worry. KDKA's Ross Guidotti has the latest on where these new places to vote will be.
Hook, Fish & Chicken CitedThe Homewood restaurant has been cited for more than two dozen violations.
The Sembene Film FestivalLynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Ogechi Chieke about a film festival that is supposed to include films from around the world.
Enthusiasm For Voting Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with State Democratic Representative Brenda Tate about the options for people looking to vote in the general election as well as recent cases of voter intimidation.
Enthusiasm For Voting Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with State Democratic Representative Brenda Tate about the options for people looking to vote in the general election.
Reporter Update: Court Moved To Convention CenterDo you have a court case on the books in the final months of 2020? Instead of going to the courthouse, you'll now have to make your way to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. KDKA's Amy Wadas got a behind the scenes look at how the county is preparing.