Ringgold School District Closed Again Due To ThreatsRinggold School District announced that it is closed again on Monday due to additional threats of violence.
Local Companies Hold Health Screens For 'Go Red For Women' CampaignLocal companies held health screens on national 'Wear Red Day."
Local Doctor Accused Of Accepting Cash In Kickback SchemeLocal patients are looking for answers after a local doctor was suspended for allegedly accepting cash in a kickback scheme, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Antonio Brown Found Liable For Damage To Florida CondoAntonio Brown was found liable for damage to his Florida condo, TMZ reports.
Local Couples Blindsided By Closure Of Wedding VenuesLocal couples were blindsided by the closing of two Noah's Events Venues, KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
NAACP Calling For Investigation Into Judge Who Referred To Black Juror As ‘Aunt Jemima’The Pittsburgh NAACP says they want an investigation into the Pittsburgh judge who is accused of calling a black juror "Aunt Jemima."
KDKA News Update PM: February 7, 2020KDKA News Update PM: February 7, 2020
Coronavirus Could Cause Shortage Of ProductsThe health impact of coronavirus is on everyone's minds, but it could impact other venues, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Making Access To Mental Health EasierThere are new ways to try and access mental health, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Local School Districts Being Asked To Change PolociesSome local school districts are being asked to change certain policies, KDKA's Bob Allen reports.
Reporter Update: Jon Delano - Coronavirus Impact On American RetailThe Coronavirus could cause a shortage of products and rising prices at American retail stores, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Amy Wadas - Wilkinsburg Mass Shooting Trial ContinuesThe attorneys for the suspect in the Wilkinsburg mass shooting say they were contacted by a witness who claimed the DA’s office paid them to fabricate claims, KDKA's Am
Bloomfield Shursave IGA Has New OwnerBloomfield's Shursave IGA has a new owner, KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
United States Steel Lays Off WorkersUnited States Steel is laying off workers.
Pittsburgh Public Works Collects More Than 3,000 Christmas Trees To Be RecycledMore than 3,000 recycled Christmas trees from around the Pittsburgh area are going to be turned into 36.8 tons of mulch.
Report Warns Bureau Of Dog Law Enforcement Could Run Out Of MoneyA new report recommends Pennsylvania's Legislature increase licensing fees and take other steps to put the state Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement on more sound financial footing.
Residents Voice Concerns As Penn Avenue Redevelopment LoomsMany people in the East End said it was a bumpy ride when the city redeveloped Penn Avenue a few years ago, KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
Allegheny Intermediate Unit Hit By Ransomware AttackA local education agency was hit by a ransomware attack.
Former Steeler Kam Kelly Pleads Guilty To Disorderly ConductFormer Steeler Kam Kelly pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after he was kicked out of Mario's in the South Side.
Several Injuries After Head-On Crash In Butler TownshipA two-vehicle crash has closed part of Route 68 in Butler Township.
School Districts Prepare For Predicted Morning SnowSchool districts are going to make early-morning decisions about whether to close school or not, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
Allegheny Co. Prepares For Winter StormAllegheny County is preparing for a winter storm that is expected to move in during tomorrow morning's commute, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
KDKA News Update PM: February 6, 2020KDKA News Update PM: February 6, 2020
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