Health Officials Cautiously Optimistic Amid Coronavirus PandemicLocal health officials say they are prepared for the worst but believe the worst may never come, KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Cooking With The Crew: Mary Ours' DipsKDKA Meteorologist Mary Ours makes her specialty dips in the PTL Kitchen!
Pirates Pitcher Steven Brault Releasing New AlbumPittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Steven Brault about his upcoming album, "A Pitch At Broadway."
#Alone Together - Day 10 of Kristine's Kid Correspondence Neighborhoods Coming TogetherNeighborhoods are coming together during the coronavirus pandemic; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports from home.
Real Estate Checklist: How The Market Has Changed In The COVID-19 PandemicPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani visits with realtor Bonnie Loya and her pup Buddy to find out how the real estate market has changed in the coronavirus pandemic.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: March 27, 2020KDKA's Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Pittsburghers' Attitudes Towards COVID-19 ChangingThe situation with coronavirus is changing day-by-day, and so is the attitude of Pittsburghers; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Monroeville Lab Develops COVID-19 TestingA Monroeville lab has developed its own coronavirus test and they're focusing on a vulnerable population; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Stay-At-Home Order Extended To Westmoreland, Butler CountiesAs the number of COVID-19 cases is growing in Westmoreland County, a stay-at-home order was issued; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Allergies Or Coronavirus?How do you to tell the difference between allergies and the coronavirus? KDKA's Dr. Maria has more.
Port Authority Bus Drivers PicketPort Authority bus drivers want better conditions.
COVID-19 Cases Continue To Rise In Allegheny Co. And Across The StateTwenty-five people are or have been hospitalized because of coronavirus in Allegheny County; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Rep. Mike Kelly Tests Positive For CoronaviusRep. Mike Kelly has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Reporter Update: Fixing Broken Landscaping EquipmentIf you have been outside and looked at your yard, it won't be long before you need to fire up the mower and string trimmer and blower. But what do you do if they don't work? KDKA's Rick Dayton has a quick fix.
Reporter Update: Chris Hoffman - Update On Coronavirus In Allegheny CountyKDKA's Chris Hoffman gives an update on the increasing number of coronavirus cases in Allegheny County.
Reporter Update: How Do You Tell The Difference Between COVID-19 And Allergies?It's allergy season in Pittsburgh amid the coronavirus outbreak. If you're feeling a little sick, how do you tell if you have allergies or COVID-19? KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (3/27)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Washington Co. Lions Club Members Deliver Pizza To WorkersMembers of the Washington County Lions Club delivered pizza to workers; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
President Trump Calls On Abandoned Lordstown GM Plant To Make VentilatorsPresident Trump demanded GM use the abandoned Lordstown plant to start making much-needed ventilators amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Pa. Dept. Of Health Announces 531 New COVID-19 Cases, Pushing State Total Over 2,200The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced 531 new COVID-19 cases, pushing the state total over 2,220.
Sheetz Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19A worker at a Sheetz in Verona has tested positive for COVID-19. That Allegheny County location is closed for cleaning.
UPMC Prepares For Possible COVID-19 SurgeAs more people are getting tested, more coronavirus patients are being diagnosed. And doctors at hospitals are preparing for a surge we haven't seen yet in Pittsburgh; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Gov. Tom Wolf To Extend Stay-At-Home Order To Westmoreland Co.Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to extend the stay-at-home order to Westmoreland County because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Allegheny Co. Announces 25 New COVID-19 CasesAllegheny County announced 25 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the county total to 158.