KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (7/13)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Dr. Rachel Levine Gives Update On Coronavirus Response In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine said the state has the power to stop the spread of coronavirus, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
10 Percent Of Unemployment Claims Are Still Stuck In LimboAccording to Secretary Jerry Oleksiak with the Department of Labor and Industry, 90 percent of all eligible unemployment claims have been paid out and processed. But, there’s still 10 percent of claims filed between mid-March and mid-June that are stuck in limbo; KDKA's Meghan Schiller.
Puppy Injured After Police Chase Ends With Crash In Fayette Co.State police say a wanted man led troopers on a high-speed chase in Fayette County over the weekend. The chase ended with a crash, but the same cannot be said for his four-legged passenger; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Pa. Health Dept.: 328 New Coronavirus Cases Brings Statewide Total To 95,742The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 328 new cases of Coronavirus on Monday in addition to seven more deaths.
Pa. Attorney General Joins Other States In Filing Lawsuit Over ICE Rule For International StudentsPennsylvania is one of 17 states plus Washington DC now suing over ICE and Trump administration new restrictions on international students who take online courses.
City Of Pittsburgh Signs Legal Brief, Joins Harvard-MIT Suit Denouncing ICE Rule On International StudentsThe City of Pittsburgh is backing Harvard University and MIT's lawsuit challenging ICE and the Trump administration's decision to make international students leave the country if they have to take online courses this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Demonstrators Protest New Zone 5 Police Station In East LibertyProtesters are marching in East Liberty against the relocation of Pittsburgh Police's Zone 5 station; KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
Pittsburgh's Departments Of Public Works And Public Safety Report 16 Cases Of CoronavirusThe city of Pittsburgh is reporting more than a dozen confirmed coronavirus cases between the departments of Public Safety and Public Works, with 20 Environmental Service employees also off because of health issues and injuries.
Pres. Donald Trump Criticizes Sen. Pat Toomey On TwitterKDKA's Jon Delano has more on President Donald Trump criticizing U.S. Senator Pat Toomey's loyalty to the Republican Party.
Does Heat Kill Coronavirus?At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, preliminary research suggested that high temperatures might be able to kill the virus like other similar, yet seasonal, viruses; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Returning To School In The Fall With Face CoveringsThe possibility of heading back to school this fall is a hot topic across the nation, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Family: Assistant Allegheny County District Attorney In Critical Condition After Contracting COVID-19The family of an assistant Allegheny County District Attorney confirms he is in critical condition after contracting COVID-19, KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Does The Heat Kill Coronavirus?Does the summer heat pack a strong enough punch to take out coronavirus? KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Reporter Update: Some People Who Have Filed Unemployment Claims Still Haven't Received MoneyKDKA's Meghan Schiller interviewed two people who filed unemployment claims in June and still haven't seen a dime
Reporter Update: Teachers Concerned About Masks Heading Back To SchoolMasks are the number one concern for teachers heading back to school in Pittsburgh, according to the union; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Reporter Update: Pennsylvania Health Officials Give Update On CoronavirusSecretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine spoke today about the coronavirus numbers across the state and how Pennsylvanians have the power to slow the spread of the virus; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Tech Company Hosts Challenge For Girls To Develop AppTech Company Hosts Challenge For Girls To Develop App
Community Outreach Delivers Food To Senior CitizensCommunity Outreach Delivers Food To Senior Citizens
Military Mondays: July 13, 2020Military Mondays pays tribute to local servicemen and servicewomen.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (7/13)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!
Oakland Development Project To Lead To Fifth Avenue Traffic Restrictions For 2 YearsBeginning today, you're going to want to allow for some extra time for your commute if you travel along Fifth Avenue in Oakland; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Sharon Police Department Arrest Suspect In Fatal ShootingA woman died at the hospital after being shot in the torso in Sharon on Sunday afternoon.
Tarentum Man Killed In Motorcycle Crash In MurrysvilleA man was killed in a motorcycle accident on Sunday evening in Murrysville.