Reporter Update: Relief Available For RentersWhere can renters get help? KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Pennsylvania Pauses Use Of Johnson & Johnson VaccinePennsylvania is pausing the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after a rare clotting syndrome has occurred in six women; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Reporter Update: New Paint Color On City Vehicles Causing ControversyA new color and look on city vehicles, including police cruisers, is stirring some controversy; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Suspect Fires At State Troopers In Fayette Co.A suspect opened fire on state troopers during a standoff in the area of Indian Creek Valley Road in Fayette County; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Reporter Update: J&J Vaccine 'Pause' Impacting Pittsburgh-Area ClinicsKDKA's Chris Hoffman has more on how the "pause" in giving out the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is impacting Pittsburgh area clinics.
Reporter Update: Vaccine Eligibility Opens To All Pa. AdultsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health has now expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all adults; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Reporter Update: State Recaptures $800 Million Of Unemployment Benefits From FraudstersKDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Reporter Update: How Are School Districts Handling Transportation Shortages?A company Pittsburgh Public Schools contracts with says they don't have enough bus drivers. KDKA's Nicole Ford talks to other companies and districts to see if they're having similar problems.
Reporter Update: Dog Shot In West MifflinA woman says her dog was shot multiple times in West Mifflin; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Bizarre Monessen Police Chase Ends With Stolen Cruiser Crashing Into HouseKDKA's Ross Guidotti has the story of a stolen Mercedes with three wheels going the wrong way and a police car that was stolen before crashing into a home.
Reporter Update: Pennsylvania Opens Vaccine Eligibility To Everyone Ahead Of ScheduleStarting April 13, everyone in Pennsylvania will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. The state says it's now a race with rising case counts to get more shots into arms; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Police Investigating Brighton Heights ShootingPolice are investigating an overnight shooting in Brighton Heights that left one person dead; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: FEMA Reimbursing COVID-19 Funeral ExpensesA new program from FEMA will help families facing financial stress due to funeral costs for COVID-19 related deaths. KDKA's Jessica Guay has the story at 10 & 11.
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Reporter Update: Flower Shop Pledges To RebuildFollowing a fire at Lea’s Floral Shop in East McKeesport, the owners pledged to rebuild and reopen the shop that's been a staple in the community for generations. KDKA's Jessica Guay will have the story at 10 & 11.
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Pedestrian Hit By Car In Downtown PittsburghA pedestrian was hit by a car in downtown Pittsburgh.
Quarterback Peyton Manning Calls To Check Up On Local Dog That Shares His NamePeyton Manning, a local dog, survived a bear attack, and the legendary quarterback that shares his name called to check on him.
Department Of Health Urges Pennsylvanians To Cancel Unneeded Duplicate COVID-19 AppointmentsThe state is asking people who made appointments at multiple clinics in an attempt to get vaccinated as soon as possible to cancel duplicates.
Doctor Addresses Rising COVID-19 Cases In Allegheny CountyCOVID-19 cases spiked in Allegheny County on Friday despite increased access to vaccinations.
Bear Spotted In Robinson TownshipA black bear has been spotted in Robinson Township.
PPS Superintendent Says Transportation Shortage Threatens Return To In-Person Learning For StudentsThe Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent says a transportation shortage could impact students' return to the classroom. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Girl Challenges Pittsburgh Police Officer And Former Pitt Football Player To RaceA girl who challenged a Pittsburgh Police officer to a foot race had no clue she was up against a former Pitt football player.
NASA's Ingenuity Prepares For First-Ever Flight On Another PlanetKDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.