Reporter Update: Car Explosion Considered IntentionalA neighborhood in North Huntingdon was rocked by an explosion on Clay Pike and now North Huntingdon Police, the FBI, and ATF believe it was intentional. KDKA's Jessica Guay will have the full story on KDKA News at 10 and 11.
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Reporter Update: Bear Sightings IncreasingA man in Butler County has twice spotted a black bear in his yard when it was caught on camera. KDKA's Jessica Guay spoke with him about the bear sightings and you can hear his story on KDKA News at 10 & 11!
KDKA News Update PM: May 15, 2021KDKA News Update PM: May 15, 2021
Reporter Update: Former Pine-Richland Football Coach Eric Kasperowicz Holds Press ConferenceFormer Pine-Richland football coach Eric Kasperowicz held a press conference after the district decided not to renew his contract; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Reporter Update: Man Allegedly Put Hidden Camera In Youth Center BathroomA man is accused of placing a hidden camera in a Canonsburg youth center's bathroom and recording girls; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Masking Guidance For The Most VulnerableKDKA Health Editor Dr. Maria Simbra is talking with local doctors about what people with serious health concerns should do now that mask guidelines are changing.
Reporter Update: Questions Surround Masking In SchoolWith new CDC guidance just released about masking, there are now many questions for schools about who can go maskless and when; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Reporter Update: CDC Eases Indoor Mask-Wearing Guidelines For Those Fully VaccinatedThe CDC says fully vaccinated people don't have to wear a mask indoors in most cases; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: North Huntingdon Police Investigating Arson CaseKDKA's Ross Guidotti reports from North Huntingdon Township where a volunteer firefighter has been accused in a case of arson.
Reporter Update: Young People Start Lining Up For VaccinesKDKA's Bryant Reed reports from Mt. Lebanon where some pre-teens and teens are getting their first dose of the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine today.
Reporter Update: Colonial Pipeline RestartsKDKA's Royce Jones has more on why there is no need to panic-buy gas.
Reporter Update: CDC Advisers Recommend Using Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine On Kids 12 And OlderKDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra listens in as the CDC's vaccine advisory panel talks about immunizing adolescents with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Reporter Update: Washington County Community Mourns Young Baseball StandoutA Washington County community is mourning following the death of a young man who was a baseball standout; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Is Holding Students Back A Good Idea?A new bill would give parents the opportunity to hold their child back a year in school due to the COVID-19 pandemic; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Westmoreland Co. Elections Bureau Working To Voters Corrected BallotsKDKA's Ross Guidotti has more on a an incorrect ballot sent to voters in Westmoreland County.
Reporter Update: Hospital Patient Leads Police On ChasePolice are investigating after a hospital patient lead them on a high-speed chase; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Reporter Update: Could Cyber Attack Have Impact On Local Gas Prices?Could the recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline lead to more pain at the pump? KDKA's Lindsay Ward is talking with the experts.
Reporter Update: Monroeville Business Being Hit With Fraudulent ChargesKDKA's Meghan Schiller has the story of a small business in Monroeville which is being hit with fraudulent charges in the wake of the pandemic.
Reporter Update: Budgeting For Landslide FixesKDKA's Chris Hoffman has more on how PennDOT is gearing up for landslide repairs this spring and summer.
Reporter Update: Giant Eagle Accepting Walk-Ins For COVID-19 VaccinationsKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on Giant Eagle's new walk-in process to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Reporter Update: Fort Duquesne Blvd. ClosureKDKA's Chris Hoffman reports from Fort Duquesne Blvd. on the five-month closure aimed at boosting business in downtown Pittsburgh.
Reporter Update: Ft. Duquesne Boulevard ClosureThis week, a temporary, five-month closure of Fort Duquesne Boulevard will begin and while the hope is it will help bring foot traffic and business back to the city, many think it could be a nightmare for traffic. KDKA's Jessica Guay has the story on KDKA News at 10 and 11!
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