A survey predicts half of Americans plan to shop to support local businesses; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Small Businesses Hope To Boost Sales On Small Business SaturdayA survey predicts half of Americans plan to shop to support local businesses; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Hey Ray! How To Watch Out For Black IceMeteorologist Ray Petelin is back with another home science lesson!
Man And Woman Recovering After Being Shot In KnoxvillePolice are investigating.
Police Investigate Shooting At Bedford DwellingsThe male victim sustained wounds to his face and back, police say.
Man Arrested For Soliciting Underage PhotosAn 18-year-old accused of sending inappropriate photos on Snapchat to a 15-year-old girl is now in custody.
Survey: Half Of Americans Plan To Shop On Small Business SaturdayMore Americans than ever say they will spend money at a small neighborhood business on Small Business Saturday.
Driver Crashes Into Five Below StoreThe driver of a pickup truck crashed into the Five Below store in Cranberry Township.
2 Injured In Crash Involving Port Authority Bus On South SideTwo people were hospitalized after a three-vehicle crash involving a Port Authority bus on the South Side.
Allegheny County Reports 2-Day Total Of 1,324 New COVID-19 CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 1,324 new COVID-19 cases and no additional deaths over the past 48 hours.
Christmas Tree Farm Owners Expect Supply To Be Tight This YearThe Thanksgiving leftovers are hardly cold, but it’s prime Christmas tree season.
Reporter Update: National Reports Expect Christmas Tree ShortagesNational reports expect there to be a Christmas tree shortage this year. How hard will it be to find one? KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Reporter Update: Black Friday Shopping Returns After Subdued 2020Experts say shoppers are expected to spend a record amount of money over the holiday season; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Firefighters Battling House Fire In Stowe TownshipFlames and smoke could be seen shooting from a home in Stowe Township on Friday morning.
Black Friday Expected To Set RecordsIt's comeback season for Black Friday with consumers expected to spend billions of dollars after a year away. KDKA's Bryant Reed is at the Mall At Robinson with the story.
Small Business Saturday Bring Free ParkingIn an effort to get more people downtown to support small businesses in Pittsburgh, metered parking will be free on Saturday.
Pittsburghers Ready To Shop On Black FridayShoppers are expected to hit the stores bright and early for Black Friday
Pittsburghers Come Together To Distribute Hundreds Of Turkey DinnersInstead of spending Thanksgiving with their families, some in the Pittsburgh area spent the day handing out food to their neighbors.
Robinson Township Police Seek 3 Accused Of Stealing Wallet, Spending $10,000Police are trying to identify three people who allegedly stole a wallet and used the credit cards to go on a $10,000 spending spree.
Police: Man Places Fake 911 Call, Confronts Officers With Gun And MachetePolice have identified the man who allegedly called 911 to get police officers to his Kilbuck Township home, where he confronted the responding officers with two weapons; KDKA's Jessica Guay reports.
Author Melanie Kirkpatrick Talks Thanksgiving HistoryJon Delano Interviews The Author Of The Book "Thanksgiving: The Holiday At The Heart Of The American Experience "
CBSN Pittsburgh High School Football FaceoffThis Weekends High School Football Major Match-Ups
Light Of Life Rescue Mission Giving Out 1,000 Free Thanksgiving Meals To Those In NeedIt’s become an annual tradition for the Light of Life Rescue Mission to help feed those in need on Thanksgiving; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Police Search For Man Wanted After Argument Turns Deadly In WilkinsburgPolice are searching for a man accused of shooting another man to death after an argument in Wilkinsburg early Thanksgiving morning.
Light Of Life Providing Thanksgiving MealsWith a new facility and a Thanksgiving Day looking much more normal, the Light Of Life Rescue Mission is preparing to provide meals to whoever needs them. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the story.