KDKA's Rich Walsh and 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi discuss the sports topics of the day.
Aliquippa Football Wins Appeal To Remain In Class 4AAliquippa football is not moving up in classification.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (1/26)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's 7-day forecast!
City Controller Raises Concerns About Transparency With Council Pay RaiseIn late December, Pittsburgh City Council members voted for themselves a $16,000 pay raise in a move the city controller is calling wrong.
Pittsburgh City Council Hikes Pay By $16,000In late December, Pittsburgh City Council members voted for a $16,000 pay raise.
Family Of Hospitalized Brashear Student Says It Wasn't His First Time AttackedAfter being thrown to the ground and having had his head stomped on by another student, the family says the 17-year-old victim is out of the hospital but still suffering from headaches, memory loss and more. They say it wouldn't have happened if the school properly intervened earlier; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Fayette County Man Accused Of Child Neglect Appears In CourtA man accused of neglect after his toddler was found ice cold by police in Fayette County made his first court appearance today; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Program Pairs Kids With Learning Disabilities With MentorsOne in five children in the U.S. has a learning disability. Yet these kids often feel alone.
Oliver Citywide Academy Teachers And Staff Welcomed Back By Faith LeadersTeachers and staff returned to Oliver Citywide Academy on the North Side for the first time since a student was gunned down outside of the building a week ago; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Around The Table: Politics 2022Our experts discuss rising tension in the Governor and Senate races and the congressional redistricting debate on this edition of "Around The Table" moderated by Stacy Smith
Police Seek Man Suspected In Westmoreland County Hit-And-RunPolice are trying to find a driver accused of severely injuring a woman before taking off; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Variety The Children’s Charity Gives Out 5,000th Piece Of Adaptive EquipmentA huge milestone Wednesday in helping local kids just be kids.
Pitt Guard Ithiel Horton Pleads To Reduced Charges, Avoids Jail TimePitt basketball guard Ithiel Horton could be back on the court soon after he admitted to lesser charges.
Web Extra: Faith Leaders Welcome Teachers Back To Oliver Citywide AcademyTeachers and staff returned to Oliver Citywide Academy today, one week after a shooting outside the building claimed a student's life; KDKA's Amy Wadas will have their story.
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Something Good: 5,000 BikesVariety is handing out its 5,000th adaptive bike to a very lucky child!
Taking The T With MikeyPTL's Mikey Hood takes her very first ride on the Port Authority's light rail system with CEO Katherine Kelleman.
Taking Some 'ME' Time For ExercisePTL's Celina Pompeani Mathison visits fitness guru Aubrey Worek's workout studio to learn some "me time" exercises.
Cooking With Rania: Moo Shu Pork Stir-FryRania Harris is beginning a stir fry recipe series with Moo Shu Pork with a twist!
Dollar Energy Fund's Cool Down For WarmthPTL's Heather Abraham is talking to Jody Robertson, of the Dollar Energy Fund, about this year's Cool Down for Warmth benefit.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Hosting Winter Gallery CrawlPTL's Daisy Jade visits the Pittsburgh Cultural District to learn more about the Winter Gallery Crawl and what kind of art is being featured!
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Jan. 26, 2022Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and Mikey Hood catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (1/26)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's 7-day forecast!
Man Accused Of Stealing $6,000 Worth Of Items From South Hills Village Mall StorePolice arrested a man accused of stealing more than $6,000 worth of merchandise from a store at the South Hills Village mall.
Oliver Citywide Academy Teachers And Staff Welcomed Back By Faith LeadersTeachers were greeted by faith leaders when they returned to their classrooms at Oliver Citywide Academy.