Vigil Held For Jim Rogers In Friendship ParkCommunity members held a vigil to remember the man who died after police used a stun gun on him during an arrest.
2 Catalytic Converters Stolen From Local BusinessIn Allegheny County, criminals are once again making off with stolen catalytic converters; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Pittsburgh Housing Authority Refutes Reports About Living ConditionsA few weeks ago, the Pittsburgh Housing Authority came under fire when several residents alleged property neglect, but the board says they’ve reviewed all the complaints and found everything in order; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Man Allegedly Uses Fake Lease To Scam WomanPolice are on the lookout for a man who used a fake lease to allegedly scam a woman out of hundreds of dollars; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
FDA Panel Endorses Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Booster ShotA COVID-19 booster shot may be on the horizon for people who already got the two-dose Moderna shot or single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Stephen Foster Statue Headed To West CoastThe statue of Pittsburgh-born songwriter Stephen Foster will be part of a museum exhibit in Los Angeles.
Alumni Band Rescues Aliquippa High School Marching Band In Time For HomecomingThe pandemic silenced many things for more than a year and a half, including live music.
Penn-Trafford Football Player Asks For Donations For Each Tackle This SeasonOne local player has a bigger goal in mind when he straps on the pads; KDKA's Rich Walsh reports.
Much-Anticipated Southern Beltway Ready For TrafficThe much-anticipated Southern Beltway opens today from I-79 to Pittsburgh International Airport; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
The Much-Anticipated Southern Beltway Partially Opens To TrafficThe much-anticipated Southern Beltway opens today from I-79 to Pittsburgh International Airport; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Butler HS Marching Band Performs For Frontline WorkersThe Butler High School Marching Band visited Butler Memorial Hospital to provide some entertainment and fun for the staff and patients.
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Butterball Recalls More Than 14,000 Pounds Of TurkeyButterball has issued a recall on more than 14,100 pounds of ground turkey products.
Allegheny County Reports 493 New COVID-19 Cases, 1 Additional DeathThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 493 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death.
Greensburg Police Seek Fraud SuspectGreensburg police and state police have issued an arrest warrant for Chad Carlton who is wanted on fraud and theft charges.
State Trooper Found Not Guilty Of HarassmentPennsylvania State Police Trooper Nickolas Elliott, who works out of the Kittanning barracks, has been found not guilty of harassment.
Traffic Slowed After Crash On McKnight RoadTraffic was slowed this morning on busy McKnight Road when there was a crash outside of the Red Lobster.
SUV Crashes Into Cranberry Twp. CemeterySeveral headstones were damaged when a driver crashed their SUV into a cemetery on Friday morning.
Much Of The Southern Beltway Now Open To TrafficThe much-anticipated Southern Beltway opens today from I-79 to Pittsburgh International Airport.
Senate Judiciary Committee Looking At Pa. State SenatorA new report from the Senate Judiciary Committee found that Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano's actions on and in the lead up to the insurrection on January 6 is worthy of further investigation.
Washington County Family Goes All Out For HalloweenA Washington County family is celebrating Halloween in a nautical way with a yard full of skeleton pirates.
Pitt Team Competing In Autnomous RacingA team of Pitt students will be competing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for a million dollars in an autonomous racing event.
PPG Foundation Donates $1M To Pittsburgh PromiseGoing to college just got a lot easier thanks to the PPG Foundation's one million dollar donation to the Pittsburgh Promise.
Man Sentenced For Damaging Natural Gas Drilling SiteGregory McClead will spend anywhere between 4-8 years in prison for causing nearly $500,000 in damage to a natural gas drilling site in Greene County.