KDKA News Update PM: June 29, 2020KDKA News Update PM: June 29, 2020
Lawsuit Filed Against The Catholic Diocese Of Greensburg Over Alleged Rape, Sexual Abuse Of A BoyA lawsuit has been filed against the Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, alleging a priest raped and sexually abused a boy from 1991 to 1997.
Gov. Tom Wolf, Secretary Of Health Remind Pennsylvanians To Wear Masks In PublicAs local cases are rising, Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine say it's up to us to stop the spread, and it starts with masks; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
UPMC Doctor Says Rising Coronavirus Case Numbers Are ManageableDr. Don Yealy of UPMC's Emergency Medicine Department weighed in on the surging Coronavirus case numbers in Allegheny County. KDKA's John Shumway has more.
Doctor Speaks To The Increase In CasesLocal Doctor Brian Lamb Discusses The Rise Hospitals Are Seeing In Coronavirus Cases
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (6/29)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Allegheny Health Network Doctor Answers Questions About Coronavirus Amid SurgeRising coronavirus case numbers in Allegheny County have gotten the attention of Allegheny Health Network Internist Dr. Brian Lamb. KDKA's Ken Rice has more.
Westmoreland Co. Sees Increase In Coronavirus Cases, But County Leaders Are Waiting For State GuidanceWestmoreland County has seen an increase in coronavirus cases, but county leaders say they're waiting on Harrisburg for guidance on whether to shut down certain businesses again, including bars; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Ronald McDonald House Charities Mobile Care Unit Offering Free Doctor ServicesMany people stopped going to the doctor since the pandemic, and that has put many kids behind on their vaccines, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen
Frustrated Bar Owners React To Alcohol RestrictionThe alcohol ban on restaurants and bars for on-site consumption frustrates owners who have been following guidelines, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Lawsuit Filed Against Pittsburgh Police, Mayor Peduto And City Officials Following East Liberty ProtestA federal class-action lawsuit was filed against the Pittsburgh Police and city officials for their handling of a George Floyd protest, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Officials Link Spike In New Coronavirus Cases To BarsAllegheny County leaders say they're linking record-high coronavirus numbers to bars. They're banning on-site consumption of alcohol at bars and restaurants; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Amy Wadas - Bar Owners Frustrated After Allegheny County Orders Alcohol Service BanRestaurants and bars that have been following the rules are not happy about Allegheny County's on-site consumption ban, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: John Shumway - Coronavirus Hospitalizations In Allegheny CountyCoronavirus cases are on the rise in Allegheny County, but what about hospitalizations? KDKA's John Shumway has more.
Reporter Update: Restaurants, Bars Banned From Selling Alcohol For On-Site ConsumptionKDKA's Lindsay Ward spoke to a bar owner in South Side about having to stop serving alcohol to customers inside.
Something Good: Spiderman Fan Gets A SurprisePittsburgh Native Brad Lambert, living in LA, did something cool for a big Spiderman fan and three-time cancer survivor.
Carnegie Science Center ReopensThe Carnegie Science Center along with several museums are reopening to the public
Meet The Pittsburgh Zoo's Newest MemberMeet "Smiley!" Smiley is the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium's newest members.
Guest Chef Christy RostPTL features a recipe by celebrity guest Christy Rost.
Ron Smiley's Forecast (6/29)Ron Smiley checks in with PTL and gives his forecast.
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium ReopensThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium is welcoming visitors. PTL is checking in with Henry Kacprzyk and meeting some guests in Kids Kingdom
Keeping Pets Calm When Fireworks Go OffHow can you calm your pets if fireworks are going off in the neighborhood? PTL asks Dr. Mike Hutchinson.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: June 29, 2020KDKA's Mikey Hood and Celina Pompeani catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Pa. Health Department Reports 492 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing Statewide Total To 85,988The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 492 new cases of Coronavirus on Monday, in addition to eight more deaths.