Reporter Update: 12-Year-Old Stabbed DowntownPittsburgh Police are investigating the stabbing of a 12-year-old boy inside of a Liberty Avenue McDonald's in downtown Pittsburgh. KDKA's Jessica Guay will have the story on KDKA News at 10 & 11.
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Pittsburgh Bars Ready For NCAA TournamentBars owners saw an influx of customers on Friday during the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. KDKA's Bryant Reed has more.
2 Western Pa. Residents Arrested For Alleged Involvement In U.S. Capitol RiotTwo New Castle residents were arrested for their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more on how they were identified.
Person Hit And Killed By Train In Washington CountyThe Washington County Coroner says one person was struck and killed by a train.
Upper St. Clair VFD Names First Female Line OfficerA big congratulations to Lieutenant Lillian Caudill on her appointment.
Landlord Group Calls Ban On Evictions 'Unconstitutional'There’s now a city-wide ban on evictions, but a local landlord group calls the move “unconstitutional.” KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
14-Year-Old With Down Syndrome Inspiring Classmates At Highlands Middle SchoolKDKA's Kym Gable has more, On A Positive Note.
Pitt Says Coronavirus Cases Are ‘Spiking’ Among StudentsPitt says coronavirus cases among students are "spiking."
2 New Castle Residents, Business Owners Arrested For Alleged Involvement In U.S. Capitol RiotsTwo New Castle residents were arrested Friday morning for their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Pittsburgh Bureau Of Fire Hosts Graduation CeremonyThe Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire held a graduation ceremony Friday for its 23 new firefighters. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has more.
Reporter Update: How Should You Spend Your Stimulus Money?KDKA's Paul Martino is talking to a financial experts about the best ways to spend your stimulus money.
Reporter Update: Landlords Could Soon Be Able To Apply For Exemptions To Eviction MoratoriumCity of Pittsburgh landlords could soon be able to apply for a good cause exemption to the city’s eviction moratorium; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Some Having Intense Dreams After Getting COVID-19 VaccineKDKA Health Editor Dr. Maria Simbra is talking to a local sleep specialist about why some people are saying they are experiencing intense dreams after getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
Reporter Update: CDC Releases Updated Guidance For In-School Social DistancingKDKA's Nicole Ford has the latest on the CDC's updated guidance for classroom social distancing.
Reporter Update: New Details Emerging In Child Abduction CaseKDKA's Andy Sheehan has a look at the Amber Alert system following the abduction of a baby by her father.
Reporter Update: Some Small-Town Pharmacies Worried As State Narrows Vaccine DistributionSome local small-town pharmacies are worried as the state narrows their COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Ross Township Woman Accused Of Storming Capitol Has Connections To Law EnforcementA Ross Township woman has been arrested in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
3 In Custody After Reported Abduction From East PittsburghKDKA's Bryant Reed has more on the rescue and who is being charged.
Indiana County Family Feels Betrayed By Sears Warranty ProgramSaltsburg family told KDKA it’s been without heat since mid-December and feels betrayed by a Sears warranty program. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Man Charged In Death Of Unborn ChildA 19-year-olf from Butler is accused of killing an unborn child.
Flower Shop In Pittsburgh Brightening Neighborhoods With Floral Pop-UpsAnne Dickinson, the owner of the Fox and the Fleur, has more on what she is doing to brightening days.
Wolf Administration Doubles Down On Plan To Raise Minimum WageKDKA's Royce Jones has more on the proposal, which would increase the minimum wage to $12 at first.
Recycling Tips In PittsburghTeresa Bradley, the recycling supervisor for the City of Pittsburgh, talks about a new recycling education campaign.

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