Despite a heavy demand and a lesser supply, COVID-19 vaccines have continued to be distributed throughout the Pittsburgh area. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has more.
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Army Features Local NurseThe Army featured a local nurse in a project.
Pfizer COVID-19 Shot Expanded To US Children As Young As 12Dr. Todd Wolynn has more with KDKA's Meghan Schiller.
Businessman Gives $5,000 Scholarship To 11 Steel Valley High School StudentsA local businessman wanted to give back to his community by helping a student.
Washington County Leaders Remind Business Owners To Apply For Hospitality Relief MoneyWith a little more than a month to go, some southwestern Pennsylvania counties still have hospitality relief money to give out. KDKA's Amy Wadas has more.
No Republican Candidate On May Primary Ballot For Allegheny County SheriffAllegheny County is electing a new sheriff. With no Republican candidate on the ballot, KDKA's Jon Delano reports the Democratic primary is likely to determine the county's next sheriff.
Child Sex Abuse Victims Say Legislation To Give Them Justice Is Stalled In HarrisburgThey're looking for justice and their day in court. but victims of child sex abuse say legislation to grant them that opportunity is stalled in the state legislature; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (5/10)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
PennDOT On High Alert For Landslides After Heavy RainfallAfter all the recent wet weather, PennDOT crews are on watch for potential landslides; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Businesses Raising Minimum Wage In Hopes Of Attracting More Hospitality Workers To Empty PositionsIt's becoming increasingly more difficult to find hospitality workers to fill the open jobs. Sheetz and Chipotle are raising minimum wage in hopes of getting more workers in the door; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Business Owner Warns Others About E-Commerce FraudThe struggles of this past year forced some small business owners to pivot and get creative. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more on how criminals followed.
Caitlyn Kaufman's Mother Recalls Losing Her Daughter In Nashville Road Rage ShootingFive months after her daughter's murder made national headlines, Caitlyn Kaufman's mother is ready to tell her story; KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso reports.
Light Of Life Opens New Women's CenterA brand new center that opened up earlier this year is making a difference. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the story.
Man Charged With 28 Counts After Crime SpreeKDKA's Andy Sheehan tracks the man's alleged crime spree.
Crews Battling Fire At Sutherland Lumber Co. In BurgettstownCrews are battling a fire at Sutherland Lumber Company in Burgettstown.
The State Of COVID-19, Vaccinations Among The Black Community Part 3Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with healthcare consultant Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson about the Black community's thoughts on the virus and vaccines.
The State Of COVID-19, Vaccinations Among The Black Community Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with healthcare consultant Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson about the Black community's thoughts on the virus and vaccines.
The State Of COVID-19, Vaccinations Among The Black Community Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with healthcare consultant Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson about the Black community's thoughts on the virus and vaccines.
Reporter Update: Monroeville Business Being Hit With Fraudulent ChargesKDKA's Meghan Schiller has the story of a small business in Monroeville which is being hit with fraudulent charges in the wake of the pandemic.
Reporter Update: Budgeting For Landslide FixesKDKA's Chris Hoffman has more on how PennDOT is gearing up for landslide repairs this spring and summer.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (5/10)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's 7-day forecast!
Thomas Jefferson High School Students Get Look At AHN's Lifeflight HelicopterStudents at Thomas Jefferson High School got a close up look at AHN's lifeflight helicopter. The crew landed in a field at the school for a hands-on lesson
Giant Eagle Offering Walk-In COVID-19 Vaccine AppointmentsGetting a COVID-19 vaccine is now as easy as stopping while you shop for groceries. Giant Eagle is now offering walk-in appointments; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Part Of Fort Duquesne Boulevard To Close For 5 Months Starting TuesdayThe planned closure of Fort Duquesne Boulevard between Stanwix and Seventh will now start Tuesday instead of Monday.