Reporter Update: Sign Posted At Garfield Family Dollar Says Staff QuitThe Family Dollar in Garfield is causing a stir after a sign that was posted said all the employees quit; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Lawmakers Look To Curb Gun ViolenceA House bill would require anyone who has a firearm that's lost or stolen to report it. KDKA's Nicole Ford talks with advocates about how this helps with gun violence, and also talks with moms who want to see change after losing their children to gun violence.
Reporter Update: Carnegie Science Center's New 'Science Of Hockey' ExhibitIn today's Kidsburgh, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen has more on the Carnegie Science Center's new partnership with the Pittsburgh Penguins and PPG for the "Science Of Hockey" program!
Reporter Update: 15-Year-Old Boy Killed In Brookline ShootingPittsburgh Police are investigating after a 15-year-old boy was killed in a late-night shooting in Brookline.
Reporter Update: Heavy Storms Leave Behind DamageAs heavy rain and wind rolled through the area, trees were uprooted and flooding was seen throughout the Pittsburgh area. KDKA's Jessica Guay will have the latest on KDKA News at 10 & 11.
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Reporter Update: Car Slams Into Plasma Donation CenterThree people were killed and multiple others were injured after a car slammed into a blood plasma donation center in Pittsburgh on Saturday morning. Jessica Guay will have the story on KDKA News at 10 & 11.
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Reporter Update: Stopping The Violence In PittsburghKDKA's Jessica Guay talks to city leaders about stopping the recent surge in violence.
Reporter Update: 6-Year-Old Shot In HomewoodA 6-year-old girl was shot in Homewood tonight; KDKA's Jessica Guay reports.
Reporter Update: State Senate Passes Bill To Ban Vaccine PassportsKDKA's Nicole Ford talks to people around town about the bill that could prohibit vaccine passports in our state.
Reporter Update: 97-Year-Old Navy Veteran Says She Can't Get Her 2019 Income Tax ReturnA 97-year-old Navy veteran says she served her country, she raised her children in the Pittsburgh area and she wants her $6,500 2019 income tax return; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: FBI Says Ransomware Attacks Are UpKDKA's Chris Hoffman is talking to the FBI about ransomware attacks. The FBI says the attacks are costing more and criminals are becoming emboldened.
Reporter Update: Fire In New Kensington Kills 1KDKA's Jessica Guay has more on a fatal fire in New Kensington.
Reporter Update: Mon Valley Hospital Announces Merger With Penn Highlands Healthcare SystemMonongahela Valley Hospital is merging with Penn Highlands Healthcare, a health system based in DuBois, Clearfield County; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Judge Turns Over Case Of Walter Cable To JuryThe jury now has the case of a man who allegedly brutally murdered a Vandergrift woman by beating her with a hammer, choking her, then setting her body on fire; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Reporter Update: Prices Of Food SkyrocketingThe price of food is skyrocketing. What's the cause of the inflation and is there any hope of prices settling down again? KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Pfizer Testing COVID-19 Vaccine On Children Below 12 Years OldKDKA's Amy Wadas has the latest on what Pfizer is doing.
Reporter Update: Oakmont Bakery Offers Sweet Treats At Vaccine ClinicThe Oakmont Bakery has teamed up with UPMC to offer a COVID-19 vaccination clinic and some sweet treats to anyone getting their shots; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: Gulf Tower UpdateKDKA's Chris Hoffman has an update on the Gulf Tower following last month's fire.
Reporter Update: Three Rivers Arts Festival Is UnderwayThe Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival is back after a year off; KDKA's Jessica Guay reports.
Reporter Update: Update On Perry Sextuplets And Their Post-High School PlansKDKA's Kristine Sorensen will have more tonight during KDKA News at 5.
Reporter Update: Policing In AmericaKDKA's Amy Wadas is talking with Penn Hills Police Chief Howard Burton about how policing in America is changing.
Reporter Update: Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto Calls For Investigation Into Allegations Against Allegheny County DAKDKA's Chris Hoffman is continuing to follow the fallout over allegations against Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala.