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Local Contractor Accused Of Taking Money And Not Finishing JobA contractor is accused of taking more than $38,000 for a construction job and never completing the work. KDKA's Ross Guidotti has more.
Man Hospitalized After Car Smashes Into House, Flips OverA 24-year-old was ejected from his car after it crashed into a home on the North Side and flipped upside down.
Ivanka Trump Visits Butler CountyIvanka Trump made a campaign stop in Butler County to try and drum up support for her father's campaign. KDKA's has more from the event.
North Strabane Intermediate School Closes Over Coronavirus CasesA school in the Canon-McMillan District is closed after more coronavirus cases were reported. North Strabane Intermediate School is closing temporarily.
Butler Co. Official Says USPS Lost Number Of Mail-In BallotsThe Butler County Bureau of Elections director says an unknown number of mail-in ballots were lost by the postal service.
Reporter Update: What Counts As Voter Intimidation?This is a year like no other, but one thing remains the same: the buffer zone around your polling location. KDKA's Meghan Schiller explains what does and doesn't count as voter intimidation.
Reporter Update: Ivanka Trump Answers Questions From Voters In Butler Co.The Trump administration continued its campaigning in Pennsylvania with Ivanka Trump and Sarah Sanders holding an event. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Reporter Update: Seneca Valley School Closed Due To CoronavirusKDKA's Amy Wadas is talking to parents after a middle school in the Seneca Valley School District was closed today due to coronavirus.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (10/28)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s 7-day forecast!
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 199 New Coronavirus Cases, 4 Additional Deaths Includes Patient In Their 30sThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 199 new Coronavirus cases and four additional deaths including a person in their 30s.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 2,228 New Coronavirus Cases, Pushing Statewide Case Numbers Over 200,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 2,228 new cases of Coronavirus and 22 additional deaths.
Election Security Main Topic Of Virtual Pa. Secretary Of State MeetingThe Pennsylvania Secretary of State and PEMA are talking about Election Security.
Ryan Gloyer Middle School Closed Due To Additional Coronavirus CasesFamilies in the Seneca Valley School District were alerted this morning that Ryan Gloyer Middle School will be closed on Wednesday due to additional coronavirus cases.
Something Good: Rocco's Fright TheaterPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David have a look at Rocco's Fright Theater, which is raising money for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank!
Setup Underway For PPG Plaza Ice RinkThe cooler weather is ushering in work to set up the PPG Plaza Ice Rink!
Celina Around Town: Ooh BabyPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani visits a brand-new, fun business in Millvale called Ooh Baby!
Eye On Health: Halloween Coronavirus SafetyPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood is talking to a local doctor about avoiding high-risk activity while celebrating Halloween.
Eye On Health: Halloween Coronavirus SafetyPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood is talking to a local doctor about avoiding high-risk activity while celebrating Halloween.
Rania's Recipes: Spooky PastaRania's Harris, of Rania's Catering, is making a spooky Halloween-themed pasta dish!
PTL Halloween Pumpkin CarvingTeam PTL shows off their fun pumpkin carving designs.
New To The Pittsburgh Food ScenePittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with Hal B. Klein of Pittsburgh Magazine about the newest restaurants in the Pittsburgh food scene!
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Oct. 28, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and Mikey Hood catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
One Person Injured In Parkway East AccidentAn accident along the Parkway East inbound near Wilkinsburg has left at least one person injured.
Pittsburgh Public Schools To Vote On Hybrid ModelTonight, the Pittsburgh Public School Board will vote on a proposal to move students to a hybrid learning model. KDKA's Lisa Washington has the latest details.

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