Charges Against Man Accused Of Killing 3-Year-Old Boy Held For TrialThe horrific and brutal details in the alleged sexual abuse and murder of 3-year-old Mikel Fetterman were revealed in his alleged killer's preliminary hearing; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Air Quality Stands In Allegheny Co. Amid Orange AlertKDKA's Paul Martino has tips on how to improve air quality after a Code Orange Air Quality Alert was issued for Western Pennsylvania.
Rivers Casino To Reopen FridayThe Rivers Casino is reopening on Friday after Allegheny County issued a new order yesterday.
Pa. Health Dept.: 719 Cases Bring Statewide Total To 92,867, Death Toll Reaches Over 6,800The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 719 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday, and 36 more deaths.
Reporter Update: New Nursing Home Data Offering HopeKDKA's Meghan Schiller has a look at new data on nursing homes on the coronavirus pandemic.
Around The Table: Best Way To Return To Schools In The FallKDKA's Stacy Smith goes Around The Table with local leaders about the best way to reopen schools in the fall.
Pittsburgh City Controller: City Still Managing Finances Despite Taking Hit Due To CoronavirusPittsburgh City Controller Michael Lamb says Pittsburgh’s economy is taking a hit because of COVID-19, but the city is still managing its finances.
Reporter Update: Can Air Conditioning Units Spread CoronavirusKDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra is looking into whether air conditioning systems can spread coronavirus.
Reporter Update: Sandcastle, Kennywood Prepping For Opening DaysKDKA's Amy Wadas has more on how Kennywood and Sandcastle are preparing to open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Reporter Update: Independent Venue Owners Struggling Amid PandemicKDKA's Nicole Ford has more on what local, independent venue owners are asking the public as they struggle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Enrollment Drops And Expenses Climb As Child Care Centers Reopen During Coronavirus PandemicMonths ago, child care centers across the state reopened to the public. As they make numerous adjustments in order to follow the CDC guidelines and keep kids safe, many of them say their enrollment has declined but their expenses have gone up; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Gov. Wolf Extends Moratorium On Evictions, Foreclosures Until Aug. 31Gov. Tom Wolf has extended a moratorium on evictions and foreclosures put in place during the coronavirus pandemic until Aug. 31.
UPMC Doctors Say Hospitalizations Are Up, But Cases Are Not As Severe As BeforeUPMC doctors gave an update on the recent surge in new coronavirus cases. They say hospitalizations are up, but the cases are not as severe.
Pittsburgh Public Schools To Meet Regarding How To Re-Open SchoolsPittsburgh Public Schools is bringing together nearly 300 stakeholders that will form 14 subcommittees to work on determining the best way forward to re-open the schools; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Department Reports 158 New Coronavirus Cases, No Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 158 new Coronavirus cases Thursday, and no additional deaths.
Reporter Update: How Are Daycares Handling The PandemicKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on how daycare centers are handling the Coronavirus pandemic.
Pittsburgh Public Schools To Release Reopening PlanSeveral Pittsburgh Public Schools leaders will be coming together on Thursday to release a re-opening plan for the upcoming school year. KDKA's Lisa Washington has what we know so far.
Fire At Buena Vista PoolThe fire marshal has been called to the scene of a fire at the Buena Vista Pool.
North Hills Cares Battles Food InsecurityVolunteers gather three times a week in North Hills to help get food to those in need during the pandemic. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with those volunteers and why they're doing this.
Man Flown To Hospital After CrashA car flipped onto its roof after a high-speed crash in Shenango.
Volunteer Groups Stepping Up During PandemicFood insecurity is a problem even when there isn't a pandemic, but with the job losses, the need for volunteers has increased. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to learn how they're stepping up to solve this problem.
Police Arrest Looting SuspectA man is being charged with looting a liquor store during a riot in Uptown on May 30.
State House Passes Bill Blocking Price On Greenhouse Gas EmissionPennsylvania’s Republican-controlled House of Representatives moved Wednesday to ensure that it can block Gov. Tom Wolf from imposing a price on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.
Markie's LawNew Castle Stabbing Sparks For New Legislation