Food Editor Hal B. Klein is talking about his newest feature in Pittsburgh Magazine, which is all about pizza!
Ross Township Woman Due In Court For Jan. 6 RiotsJennifer Heinl is facing several charges for her role in the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
26-Year-Old Killed In Shooting In Beltzhoover26-year-old Justin Brice was killed in a shooting in Beltzhoover on Wednesday night.
COVID-19 And Concerns Over Memory (Pt. 2)Concerns over memory loss and COVID-19 have people turning to supplements, but do they work? KDKA's John Shumway took that question to Dr. Riddhi Patira.
COVID-19 And Concerns Over Memory (Pt. 1)Doctors are seeing a correlation between COVID-19 and Alzheimer's but is it a cause? KDKA's John Shumway spoke with Dr. Riddhi Patira at UPMC, an Assistant Professor of Cognitive Division of Neurology about this topic.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (9/23)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
Two Beaver County Municipal Buildings Remain ClosedDue to rising COVID-19 cases in Beaver County will remain closed to the public.
One Man Killed In Clairton ShootingA man was shot and killed on Saint Clair Avenue in Clairton early on Thursday morning and Allegheny County Police are investigating. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details.
KDKA Exclusive: Lawyer Representing Somerset District Attorney Denies AllegationsRyan Tutera, the lawyer representing Somerset District Attorney Jeffrey Thomas, spoke exclusively with KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso and denied the allegations against Thomas.
PennDOT Says Roundabouts Preventing CrashesPennDOT has seen a decrease in crashes and deaths at intersections where roundabouts have been put in place.
GRAMMY-Nominated SaulPaul Plays Set In PittsburghSaulPaul stopped by the CARES CommuniTEA Cafe in the Hill District to play a set on the Maker Stage.
PA Cyber Student Wins Bronze At Academic OlympicsMadison Stokes, a PA Cyber student, won a bronze medal at the NAACP Academic Olympics for her research on GPA and sleep.
Woman Arrested In Perry South For StabbingA man is recovering after a woman stabbed him in Perry South on Wednesday morning.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (9/22)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Nevada Man Who Admitted To Driving To West Mifflin For Sex With Teen SentencedA Nevada man accused of stalking a girl on social media and driving to her home in West Mifflin to have sex with her has been sentenced.
North Allegheny School Board Meets Over MasksParents of children in the North Allegheny School District spoke up during a virtual board meeting; KDKA's Jessica Guay reports.
FDA Backs Pfizer COVID-19 Booster Shots For People 65 Years And Older, High-RiskMore regulatory hurdles lie ahead before the dispensing of boosters can begin.
Somerset County District Attorney Jeffrey Thomas ArrestedThe Somerset County district attorney was arrested and charged with rape, indecent assault, strangulation, simple assault and criminal trespass.
KDKA News Update PM: September 22, 2021KDKA News Update PM: September 22, 2021
Sisters Place Hosting Community Event In PittsburghSisters Place just moved to Pittsburgh, and the organization is ready to help.
PSU Suspending 117 Students Over COVID-19 Vaccination PolicyPenn State University is suspending 117 students for missing required COVID-19 testing for several weeks in a row.
Columbus Day Parade Returns To PittsburghPittsburgh's Columbus Day Parade is coming back this year.
As Families Report Delays In September Child Tax Credit Payment, IRS Says It's 'Looking Into' What HappenedSome families who were expecting a child tax credit payment a week ago still have not received it; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Organizations Partner To Help Armstrong County Veteran's Family Overwhelmed With 60 CatsWhen a disabled Armstrong County veteran and his family tried to take care of cats in need but ended up overwhelmed with more than 60 felines, animal shelters and rescues from across four counties stepped in to help.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Brought In Nearly $3B During Fiscal YearThe pandemic didn't stop people from buying booze. In fact, a record number of people did.