COVID-19 has caused a lot of local families to need help getting food and Feeding America has new metrics showing the impact it has had on food insecurity in our region.
Driver Injured In Wrong-Way CrashThe accident happened along Route 51 in Jefferson Hills.
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Man In Critical Condition After Shooting On South SidePolice are investigating after a man was shot in the face on the South Side.
Western Pa. Plow Crews Ready For Incoming SnowPlow crews are gearing up for their first big test of the season. KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso has more.
Rep. Kelly, Parnell Plan Appeal To SCOTUSU.S. Representative Mike Kelly And Congressional Candidate Sean Parnell Plan To Appeal To The U.S. Supreme Court Regarding No Excuse Mail-In Ballots
Family Fills Yard With Christmas Lights And DecorationsA North Huntingdon home is taking a whole new meaning to deck the halls.
Gun-Rights Group, Allegheny Co. Residents Sue Sheriff's Department Over Coronavirus ShutdownA gun-rights group is suing over a coronavirus shutdown in the Allegheny County Sheriff's Department.
Boy Dies Of Accidental StrangulationPolice say a 2-year-old boy was accidentally hanged by a pull cord for a set of blinds in Baldwin Township.
Rep. Mike Kelly And Sean Parnell To Appeal Pa. Supreme Court Loss Over Mail-In Ballots To SCOTUSU.S. Rep. Mike Kelly and congressional candidate Sean Parnell are asking U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito to enjoin or stop this weekend's decision of the state Supreme Court on no-excuse mail-in ballots; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
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Medical Experts Warning Of Post-Thanksgiving Coronavirus SurgeWith Thanksgiving now in the rearview mirror, medical experts are now warning another surge could be on the horizon.
Firefighters And Nursing Homes Fighting To Get COVID-19 Vaccine FirstThe nation’s secretary of health and human services says people could be getting coronavirus vaccines before Christmas. With hospitalizations hitting an all-time high nationwide, there’s a fight to receive the vaccination first; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Allegheny County Health Department Shuts Down 3 Night ClubsThe Allegheny County Health Department has ordered three night clubs to shut down for operating without permits and other violations.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: School Bus Driver Shortage Hits Pittsburgh AreaThere's a statewide shortage of bus drivers. But some say the pandemic isn't causing the problem, but simply highlighting an already bad situation; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Virtual Learning Struggles ContinueParents are concerned that some students are still struggling with remote learning.
Report: Steelers Vs. Ravens Game Postponed To WednesdayThe Ravens-Steelers game has reportedly been postponed again. Katie Johnston reports.
Report: NFL Considering Third Postponement Of Steelers Vs. RavensAnother postponement of Steelers vs. Ravens is being considered, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Katie Johnston reports.
Discussion On 'The Skin I'm In' Play Part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland talks to Sharon G. Flake and others about her novel which has spawned a virtual stage play.
Discussion On 'The Skin I'm In' Play Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland talks to Sharon G. Flake and others about her novel which has spawned a virtual stage play.
Discussion On 'The Skin I'm In' Play Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland talks to Sharon G. Flake and others about her novel which has spawned a virtual stage play.
Reporter Update: Police Search For Double Shooting SuspectPennsylvania State Police have issued a warrant for the suspect in a double shooting in Leechburg. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the latest.
Reporter Update: Districts Dealing With Driver ShortageAs COVID cases rise and drivers retire, several local school districts are trying to figure out how to operate with a shortage of drivers.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (11/30)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Pa. Dept. Of Health Reports Nearly 10,000 New COVID-19 CasesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health reported a two-day total of nearly 10,000 new COVID-19 cases.