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Bethel Park Students Develop COVID-19 DashboardA group of high school students from Bethel Park got together to develop a COVID-19 dashboard and they spoke with KDKA's Meghan Schiller about their project.
2-Year-Old Defies The Odds & Beats Cancer2-year-old Faith was given just a 10% chance of making it to her first birthday but she defied the odds, beat cancer, and is now being celebrated by UPMC Children's Hospital staff.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Could Push Back In-Person LearningWith COVID-19 cases remaining high in Allegheny County, the Pittsburgh Public School Board is looking at keeping students learning remotely until April. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details.
Western Pa. Mayors Call On Congress For COVID-19 ReliefPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and Monessen Mayor Matthew Shorraw teamed up to send a letter to Congress calling for COVID-19 relief for local governments and frontline workers. KDKA's Amy Wadas has the details.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (1/21)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
First Mormon Temple Planned For PittsburghThe first Mormon temple in the Pittsburgh area will be built in Cranberry Township.
UPMC Children's Hospital Nurse Sings At InaugurationJackie Kwasniewski joined with other healthcare workers from across the United States for an Inauguration Day performance.
President Biden, VP Harris Presented With Lenox VasesPeter O'Rourke has been making vases and other glassware for incoming administrations since President Ronald Regan and on Wednesday, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were presented with their gifts.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (1/20)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Gov. Tom Wolf: Child Care Workers Eligible For $600 GrantsEmployees of licensed child care facilities in Pennsylvania will be eligible for a one-time, $600 grant.
Vaccine Distributors Frustrated By Unexpected Expansion Of Phase 1AVaccine distributors have spent the past few days sifting through full voicemail boxes and rebooting crashing websites after the Pennsylvania Health Department unexpectedly expanded Phase 1A in their vaccination plan.
PPS Board Considers Pushing Back In-Person Learning To AprilThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board is considering postponing in-person hybrid learning until after spring break.
Sen. Cruz Brings Up Pittsburgh In Criticism Of Pres. Biden Rejoining Paris Climate AgreementSenator Ted Cruz brought up Pittsburgh in his criticism of President Joe Biden rejoining the Paris climate agreement.
Family Dollar In Sharpsburg RobbedPolice are investigating an armed robbery at the Family Dollar store in Sharpsburg.
Local High School Students Develop COVID-19 DashboardSome high school students from Bethel Park decided to develop their own coronavirus dashboard.
Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald Shares Inauguration ExperienceKDKA's Meghan Schiller talks with Rich Fitzgerald about being at Wednesday's inauguration.
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Finding A Coronavirus Vaccine In PennsylvaniaMillions of more Pennsylvanians can now receive the vaccine, but only if they can find an available dose. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more on the journey to find doses.
Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th PresidentThe nation paused to watch the inauguration of President Joe Biden Wednesday. The United States has new leadership but faces a multitude of challenges, some of the gravest in its history.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (1/20)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Pa. Lawmakers React To Joe Biden's Inauguration SpeechSome lawmakers in Pennsylvania shared their thoughts on Joe Biden's inauguration speech.
Pittsburghers Celebrate Inauguration Day Differently This YearPittsburghers used their creativity to safely celebrate the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. KDKA's Royce Jones has more.
Pittsburgh And Monessen Mayors Among Those Calling On Congress To Pass Joe Biden's Relief PlanMayors are calling for help. More than 280 are asking Congress to take action on pandemic and local government relief; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Police: Jeannette Woman Upset Over Shut Off Water Service Poured Acid, Human Waste In Pipes To Hurt WorkersA Westmoreland County woman is in jail, accused of sabotaging a water line connected to her home. Investigators say she poured acid and human waste into a line in an effort to hurt water authority workers; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.

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