Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Emergency PreparednessOfficials from around Southwestern PA met to discuss emergency preparedness. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman - Young Adults VapingKDKA's Chris Hoffman has a preview of this afternoon's report, discussing vaping among high school students.
CVS To Stop Selling ZantacCVS says it will stop selling Zantac and its own generic version of the drug over health concerns.
Rick Dayton Reporter Update: Rappelling the Koppers BuildingPittsburghers are spending part of their Friday scaling a 22-story building for a good cause. KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.
Reporter Update: John Shumway - Governor Wolf's Stance On Recreational MarijuanaPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he supports a proposal to legalize recreational use of marijuana... but not everyone is on board with the idea. KDKA's John Shumway has a preview of this evening's report.
Reporter Update: Children's Hospital Cancer ResearchKDKA's Rick Dayton reports on a huge donation to fund cancer research at UPMC Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh.
Best Apps For SleepingThere are a couple of apps that can help you sleep so you can wake up feeling ready to go; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports
Reporter Update: Dr. Maria - Sleep IssuesCan an app help you fall asleep? Dr. Maria Simbra talks to someone who claims it worked for her.
Eye On Health: Fighting ObesityAllegheny Health Network is hosting its first-ever walk to raise health awareness. Dr. Tunc Aksehirli and his patient, Andrew Dinardo, tell a weight loss success story.
Local Doctors Treating Pain Without Using Addictive MedecineA new treatment is helping people treat pain without using opioids; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Mario Lemieux Foundation, AHN Invest In Heart Health ResearchThe Mario Lemieux Foundation is teaming with Highmark Health and Allegheny Health Network to take care of Pittsburghers’ hearts.
Purdue Pharma File For BankruptcyPurdue Pharma File For Bankruptcy
Reporter Update: Amy Wadas - Local Teen Discusses Vaping RisksA sixteen-year-old Ellwood City girl developed a lot of lung problems that she attributes to vaping. KDKA's Amy Wadas sat down with her.
Daytime Naps May Be Linked To A Healthy Heart, Researchers SayResearchers from the University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland studied the association between napping frequency and duration and the risk of fatal and non-fatal cardiovascular disease complications.
Kidsburgh Kidcast: Preventing MeaslesWith kids going back to school, Dr. Todd Wolynn of Kids+ Pediatrics wants to set the record straight on properly immunizing students to protect them from the recent measles outbreak.
FDA Accuses E-Cigarrette Maker Of Misleading StudentsThe FDA is accusing e-cigarette maker Juul of pitching products to students as a safer alternative to smoking; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Drinking 2 Glasses Or More Of Soda Per Day Increases Risk Of DyingA new study found those who drank two or more glasses of any type of soda a day had a higher risk of dying from any cause of death than people who drank less than a glass each month.
Reporter Update: Brenda Waters -Several local and state politicians held a press conference in regard to local children suffering from lead poisoning. KDKA's Brenda Waters reports.
Caring For Skin May Be Key To Stopping Food AllergiesNew research says soaking and moisturizing could help prevent everything from asthma to food allergies; Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Web Extra: New Study Looks At The Heart Health Of Pet OwnersNew research shows our four-legged friends may actually be good for our hearts.
Bonny Diver, I Had Cancer PodcastRadio personality, Bonny Diver, stops by to talk about her latest project, the AHN "I Had Cancer Podcast"-- a segment that highlights stories of cancer survivors.
Aubrey Worek: 5 Alive! WorkoutAubrey Worek teaches David Highfield the "5 Alive!" workout that helps turn exercise into a habit.
Reporter Update: Dr. Maria - Brain Aneurysm DeviceA new device for brain aneurysms? Dr. Maria has the details tonight at 5 on KDKA
New Solutions Aim To Ease Patients' Concerns About EpiPen ShortagesA shortage of EpiPens has concerned patients, but a new substitute aims to ease patients' concerns.