Showing support for the city, the Reed Smith Building and Sheraton Hotel were lit up in the shape of a heart.
Buildings In Pittsburgh Display HeartsShowing support for the city, the Reed Smith Building and Sheraton Hotel were lit up in the shape of a heart.
Rollover Crash In East CarnegieA telephone pole was brought down in a rollover crash in East Carnegie early Friday morning.
Point Park Students Alerted To Robbery AttemptPoint Park University Police sent an alert to students regarding an attempted armed robbery near campus.
love, Pittsburgh Sending Happiness Through PostcardsTwo local women decided with their business close and local artists struggling during the coronavirus pandemic, to use their shop's postcards as a way to support those struggling and keep people happy during a dark time, KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.
Hundreds Of Westmoreland County Workers To Be FurloughedClose to 500 workers in Westmoreland County are going to be furloughed at the end of the day on Friday due to the coronavirus pandemic, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Friday Is Deadline For Business Exemptions5:00 p.m. on Friday is the deadline for non-life-sustaining businesses to apply for an exemption from Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's order, KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Pa. National Guard Helps Food BankMembers of the Pennsylvania National Guard were on hand at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, helping them pack boxes.
Fire Destroys Car At Gas StationA car went up in flames a the 7/11 BP station on Route 65.
Idlewild And SoakZone, Sandcastle Postpone Summer OpeningsSandcastle and Idlewild and SoakZone are also putting their openings on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Police: Man Spits On Giant Eagle EmployeeAn investigation is underway after police say a man spit on a Giant Eagle worker, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
Butler County Official Preparing For Possible Overflow SitesAmid the coronavirus pandemic, health officials in Butler County are preparing for the possibility of overflow sites, KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
Giant Eagle Reports Employee Tests PositiveGiant Eagle says an employee at a store in Murrysville has tested positive for coronavirus.
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Reporter Update: Shelby Cassesse - Police Investigating After Giant Eagle Employee Allegedly Spit AtThe incident has highlighted the risk grocery employees are facing every day. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has more.
Keeping In Touch With Grandparents Amid PandemicKDKA's Ken Rice talks about how to keep grandparents from feeling isolated amid the coronavirus pandemic.
AHN Making Test Kits In Preparation For Possible SurgeAllegheny Health Network is creating thousands of coronavirus test kits, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Business Notes (4/2)KDKA's Stacy Smith has the business notes for April 2.
Are Face Masks Necessary?Should everyone wear face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic? KDKA's Dr. Maris Simbra talks with one expert.
Stay-At-Home Orders Leading To Uptick In Pet AdoptionsThe stay-at-home orders are leading to an increase in pet adoptions. KDKA's Susan Koeppen talks to one family with two new members.
Cleaning Groceries During The Coronavirus PandemicAre you supposed to clean food after you bring it home from the grocery store? KDKA's Brenda Waters reports.
Murrysville Ambulance Service Gets Huge Donation Of Protective GearA Murrysville ambulance service got word someone wanted to donate protective gear, but they had no idea how big the donation was going to be; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Around The Table: CoronavirusHow is Pennsylvania handling the coronavirus, and how fast can we get the economy going again? KDKA's Stacy Smith hosts a virtual around the table.
Coronavirus Question-And-Answer Session With KDKA's Dr. Maria SimbraKDKA's Dr. Maris Simbra answers your questions about the coronavirus.
Truck Drivers Hard At Work Transporting Goods During Coronavirus PandemicBusiness is down for many industries, but not trucking. Its in demand more than ever; KDKA's Brenda Waters reports.