Wendy Auden, a teacher at Western Pennsylvania School For The Deaf, won the Unsung Heroes Contest.
Local Teacher Receives National Recognition For Hard WorkWendy Auden, a teacher at Western Pennsylvania School For The Deaf, won the Unsung Heroes Contest.
What Is West Virginia's Next Step In Vaccination Plan?West Virginia finished its first round of vaccinations for nursing home residents. Now the race is one to immunize teachers and staff over 50 years old.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pregnant And Nursing Women Turn To Doctors For Advice About VaccineSince pregnant and nursing women were not part of any trial, many are turning to doctors for advice. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Pitt Teams With FDA To Develop Therapies That Could One Day Restore Vision To Blind PeoplePitt is collaborating with the FDA on a project with the goal of developing therapies that could one day restore vision to blind people.
Reporter Update: The Blessing BoxWhat's inside a bright red box in Verona has become a sign of hope and positivity for so many families; KDKA's Kym Gable reports.
Reporter Update: Omni William Penn Accuses Union Of LyingKDKA's Meghan Schiller is following up on her investigation into the ongoing dispute between the Omni William Penn Hotel and the workers union over PPP loan funds.
Reporter Update: The COVID-19 Vaccine And Pregnant WomenKDKA's Nicole Ford is talking to a doctor and local women who are expecting about getting the COVID-29 and the lack of study on that during the trials.
Reporter Update: Pitt, FDA Team To Help Those With Vision LossResearchers at the University of Pittsburgh are teaming up with the Food and Drug Administration to help those with vision loss; KDKA's Health Editor Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Reporter Update: 1 Person Dead In Overnight Hopewell Twp. FireKDKA's Chris Hoffman reports from Hopewell Township where one person has died in an overnight fire.
Family Of Former Steeler Sues Personal Care Home For Negligence In His DeathThe family of former Pittsburgh Steeler Sam Davis is suing a personal care home in McKeesport over his death.
Gov. Wolf Asks Lawmakers To Release $145 Million To Help Struggling BusinessesGovernor Tom Wolf is asking state lawmakers to release $145 million to help struggling small businesses.
Father And Son Shot In RankinPolice say a father and son were taken to the hospital after a shooting in Hawkins Village.
Man Pulled From Ohio River DiesA man pulled from the Ohio River on Thursday has died.
Tributes Pour In After Death Of Joanne RogersTributes poured in following the death of Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers.
Joanne Rogers, Widow Of Fred Rogers, DiesJoanne Rogers, the widow of Pittsburgh icon Fred Rogers, has died. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
Volunteers In Fayette Co. Continue Search For Missing WomanFamily and friends are desperately trying to find a missing woman from Fayette County.
Most Googled "Should I" Question In Pennsylvania“Should I delete Facebook?” was the most Googled "Should I" question in Pennsylvania last year.
Coronavirus Mitigation Efforts Suppressing Flu Numbers This Winter, Doctors SayIf you haven't heard much about the flu season this winter, there is a reason for that.
CDC Releases Guidance On Reopening SchoolsEven with schools open for in-person learning, the CDC says cases among younger children remain low. KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra has more.
Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Announces Reelection CampaignPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is running for re-election. KDKA's Jon Delano has more.
Reporter Update: FBI Seeing Increase In Human TraffickingKDKA's Meghan Schiller is talking to a local victim of human trafficking as the FBI alerts the public to an increase both locally and nationwide.
Reporter Update: Humane Animal Rescue Unveils New LookKDKA's Amy Wadas is checking in from Pittsburgh's Humane Animal Rescue, which is undergoing some changes.
Mt. Lebanon Community Holds Special Send-Off For WomanA Mt. Lebanon woman received a special sendoff on Wednesday, the night before her second brain surgery in less than a year. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
Post-Gazette To Cut Friday Print EditionThe Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will be eliminating its Friday print edition