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Oakland Quizno's Closes Due To Lack Of EmployeesA sign in the window read, "Closed until further notice. Sorry, no employees" at the Quizno's Sub in Oakland.
Penn State Ex-President Graham Spanier ReleasedThe former president of Penn State, Graham Spanier, has been released from jail after two months. He will still face two months of electronic monitoring.
Robinson Township Police Welcomes New K-9"Rocky" a 13-month-old Belgian Malinois is the Robinson Township Police Department's newest K-9.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (8/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Court Rules Pittsburgh Steelers Can Paint Heinz Field SeatsCommonwealth Court judges ruled in favor of the Steelers in a stadium dispute.
Family Searching For Stolen Award-Winning HorseThe search continues for an award-winning horse that was stolen from a property in Penn Township. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
PSU Now Requiring Masks IndoorsEffective immediately, Penn State is requiring masks while indoors on all of its campuses.
KDKA News Update PM: August 4, 2021KDKA News Update PM: August 4, 2021
Reporter Update: Latest On Theft Of Horse In RenfrewKDKA's Jessica Guay has the latest on the police investigation.
McKees Rocks Chef To Complete In National Cooking CompetitionA local chef is preparing to compete in a national seafood cooking competition.
Allegheny County Health Director Says Delta Variant Is Fueling Rising Cases, HospitalizationsThe Allegheny County Health Director says the "very contagious" delta variant is driving the current wave of COVID-19 infections nationwide and is causing cases and hospitalizations to rise locally; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Employers Mandating Vaccinations Raises Questions But May Be Legal In Most CasesAs the pandemic among the unvaccinated spreads, some employers are considering whether to require all their employees to be vaccinated as a condition of employment. The whole issue raises questions for many; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Addressing Violent Crime In Pittsburgh And Allegheny CountyKDKA's Chris Hoffman talks to community leaders about what can be done to prevent rising crime.
Pittsburgh Restaurant That Survived COVID-19 Gets Hit With Eviction NoticeIt's not just people who are struggling to pay rent. Business owners are also having a tough time keeping their doors open. KDKA's Nicole Ford has the story of one local restaurant owner.
Parents Pulling Their Kids Out Of Pittsburgh Public SchoolsKDKA's Andy Sheehan has more on why parents are pulling their kids from the district.
Some Local Health Experts Believe School Districts Should Mandate Mask-WearingHealth experts believe school districts should mandate masking despite the CDC’s current recommendation. KDKA's Amy Wadas has more.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (8/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Death Of Woman Found On South Side Ruled HomicideThe death of a woman found on the South Side has been ruled a homicde by the Allegheny County Medical Examiner.
DEP Blames Fungicide For Thousands Of Dead Fish In Chartiers CreekThe Department of Environmental Protection is blaming a fungicide for the fish kill last month in Chartiers Creek.
South Side Giant Eagle To Close 1 Hour Early Due To Recent Public Safety ConcernsThe Giant Eagle store on the South Side will close one hour early due to recent public safety concerns in the area.
Westmoreland County DA To Seek Death Penalty For Man Accused In Penn Township Double MurderThe Westmoreland County District Attorney will seek the death penalty for a man accused of slaying a Penn Township couple at their home in May.
Fall 2021 Back To School Mask GuideAs students prepare to head back to the classrooms for the upcoming school year, some schools and districts may be implementing different guidelines when it comes to masks, face coverings, vaccines, and COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.
Pittsburgh Pirates Release 2022 Regular Season ScheduleThe Pittsburgh Pirates have released their 2022 regular season schedule. Katie Johnston reports.
Reporter Update: Allegheny Co., Pittsburgh Mid-Year Crime ReportPittsburgh Police have released their mid-year crime report. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has more the stats for the city and Allegheny County.

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