A HAUNTING EXPERIENCE: Are Celina Pompeani Mathison and Mikey Hood afraid of the dark? Our PTL crew got a chance to check out The Scarehouse at Pittsburgh Mills Mall!
North Side Restaurant Workers To Get Tips BackWorkers at Provision PGH in the Federal Galley will get more than $41,000 in tips that they illegally had to share with managers.
PNC Park To Host Pitt Baseball For 2 GamesTwo of the Panthers' rivals will come to PNC Park this spring.
Cletus Lee Due In CourtThe mayor-elect of North Braddock, Cletus Lee, is due in court today on an assault charge.
Allegheny County Employee Vaccination Mandate In EffectAround 90% of Allegheny County employees have gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination as the mandate is now in place. KDKA's Bryant Reed has the latest.
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KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (12/1)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's forecast!
Police: Brackenridge Homeowner Finds Man At Kitchen Table Eating Ice CreamA man is facing charges after a Brackenridge homeowner said he found him eating ice cream at his kitchen table.
5,000-6,000 Gallons Of Gas Spilled Into Washington County StreamCleanup is underway after 5,000 to 6,000 gallons of gas spilled into a stream in Washington County.
Protest Held Outside Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s HomeA small protest was held outside Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald's house on Wednesday.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Releases Annual ReportThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board released its annual report.
World AIDS Day Is Dec. 1Allies for Health + Wellbeing's CEO joins KDKA News at 7:30.
Deadline Approaches For Allegheny County Employees To Prove Vaccination Or Face TerminationAllegheny County workers have until midnight to show proof of COVID vaccination or face losing their jobs. But faced with the prospect of unemployment, it appears the number of holdout employees will be less than anticipated; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Supreme Court Abortion Decision Could Impact Abortion Rights In PennsylvaniaThe Supreme Court took up a highly controversial anti-abortion rights law from Mississippi on Wednesday morning.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (12/1)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery's forecast!
Family Of Westmoreland County Chiropractor Found Murdered At Office Speaks OutThe family of a Westmoreland County chiropractor found dead inside his office is speaking out for the first time.
50-Foot Rabbit Balloon Highlights Return Of In-Person First Night CelebrationHighmark First Night is returning to Pittsburgh's Cultural District in a big way with the Future of Pittsburgh ball, fireworks and even a giant bunny; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Accused Of Sharing Workers' Tips With ManagersA dozen workers are getting $41,000 back after a Pittsburgh restaurant illegally shared their tips, the U.S. Department of Labor said Wednesday. Katie Johnston reports.
Husband, Wife Shot To Death Behind Dumpster At McCandless Apartment ComplexA husband and wife are dead after they were found shot behind a dumpster at an apartment complex in McCandless; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
White House, CDC Monitoring Omicron Variant As Holiday Travel Is Expected To IncreaseThe TSA says that Christmas travel is expected to be the busiest travel season since the start of the pandemic; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
World AIDS Day: Progress Is Being Made Fighting The VirusDecember 1 is World AIDS Day and it's a day to bring awareness to the virus.
Around The Table: Politics 2021Stacy Smith and his team of political experts discuss the handling of the pandemic today and candidates in the upcoming race for PA State Senate
Rostraver Township Commissioner Accused Of Harassing Opponents Through Texts, Social MediaA Rostraver Township commissioner was arrested for allegedly harassing his political opponents.
Man Sentenced For Throwing Concrete At Pittsburgh Police Car At ProtestA man who threw concrete at a Pittsburgh police car and injured an officer during last year's protests over George Floyd's murder was sentenced to a year and a day in prison.
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