WPIAL Pushes Back Start Dates Of Fall SportsThe WPIAL has pushed back the start date for fall sports.
Wolf Administration Urges Pennsylvanians To Prepare For Hurricane Season During Coronavirus PandemicThe Wolf administration is urging Pennsylvanians to prepare for hurricane season in case a storm impacts the state during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pennsylvania To Foot The Cost Of Stamps For Mail-In Ballots This NovemberPennsylvania will cover the costs of stamps for mail-in ballots this November.
Man Wanted For Armed Robberies In Latrobe And Hempfield Twp. ArrestedA robbery suspect police in Westmoreland County called armed and dangerous is now behind bars.
Pa. State Police Issue Warnings To 8 Pittsburgh Area Establishments Not Adhering To Coronavirus-Related RestrictionsPennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Officers issued eight warnings related to coronavirus mitigation efforts to licensed liquor establishments in the Pittsburgh area on July 29 and July 30.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Board Votes For Online-Only Classes During First 9 WeeksThe Pittsburgh Public Schools board voted to postpone in-person classes and go online-only for the first nine weeks; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Health Expert Says There's 'A Pretty Significant False Negative Rate' If You Get A Coronavirus Test 'Too Soon'Before you rush out and get tested for coronavirus after an exposure, timing is of the essence; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Mt. Oliver Woman Looking For Grandfather's Stolen Pocket KnifeA local woman is looking for a stolen picket knife that is very speical to her, KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (7/31)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Pennsylvania Partners With Staffing Agency To Hire 1,000 Contact Tracers Paid Up To $22 An HourThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is hiring 1,000 coronavirus contact tracers who will be paid up to $22 an hour.
Pitt Reports 4 More Cases Of Coronavirus Among Faculty, Staff And StudentsThe University of Pittsburgh is reporting two more cases of coronavirus among faculty and stuff as well as two more cases among students.
Beaver Co. Woman Receives 15 Unemployment Benefit Letters Addressed To Other PeopleIn the last three weeks, a Beaver County woman has received 15 letters from the state treasury department with unemployment benefits. The problem: she didn’t apply for unemployment and each one of the letters came with a different person's name on it; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Lunch Angel: Woman Admired For Her Volunteer Work At The Westmoreland County Food BankOn any given day, somewhere in the canyons of cardboard and canned foods that make up the Westmoreland County Food Bank warehouse, you'll find volunteer extraordinaire Sheila DiCroce; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Large Gatherings Impacting Coronavirus TotalsKDKA's Paul Martino has more on the role parties and large gatherings are playing in the increased number of coronavirus deaths.
Judge Denies Bail For Man Accused Of Raping Woman At Local HotelA judge denied bail for a man accused of raping a woman at a hotel on the North Shore last weekend.
Internet Concerns Loom Over Remote LearningSome families are concerned about remote learning this fall, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Some Worry About Future Of Market SquareSome people are not happy with what could be moving into Market Square, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Woman Who Hasn't Applied For Unemployment Benefits Receives Debit CardsOver the course of last three weeks, an Ambridge woman has received 15 letters claiming to be unemployment benefits from the Pa. Treasury Department. The problem is, they aren’t in her name -- or anyone who has lived at that address -- and she hasn’t filed for unemployment; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: When To Get Tested For Coronavirus After An ExposureIf you've been exposed to someone with coronavirus, when should you get a test? And can the timing affect the results? KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Report: Antonio Brown Suspended 8 Games For Multiple Violations Of NFL's Personal Conduct PolicyThe wide receiver has been suspended for eight games for “multiple violations” of the league’s personal conduct policy. The suspension will begin in Week 1, regardless of whether or not he’s employed by a team at that point. Katie Johnston reports.
Reporter Update: Broadband Service And Remote LearningKDKA's Nicole Ford provides the latest on how some districts are handling the issue of broadband service, cellar service, and wireless internet during remote learning.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (7/31)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Children Face Uncertainty As Schools Make Decisions About Returning To The ClassroomWhether or not schools will be resuming in person for the fall is creating uncertainty for children, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
University of Pittsburgh Taking Steps To Prepare To Keep Students Safe As Fall Semester BeginsThe university has set aside dozens of beds to potentially isolate students, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.