Water Main Break On 17th & Liberty In The Strip DistrictA large water main break shut down part of a road in the Strip District.
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Hey Ray! The Difference Between Weather Watches And WarningsMeteorologist Ray Petelin is back with another home science lesson!
License To Carry Permit Event To Be Held In MonroevilleThe Allegheny Co. Sheriff's Office and Monroeville Police Dept. will be hosting the event, KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Mary Maloney Returns To School Following Spinal InjuryMary returned to school this week at Blessed Francis Seelos Academy.
COVID-19 Cases On Pitt's Campus Beginning To DeclineA shelter-in-place order appears to be paying off.
Pedestrian Hit By Car In Downtown PittsburghA pedestrian was hit by a car in downtown Pittsburgh.
Quarterback Peyton Manning Calls To Check Up On Local Dog That Shares His NamePeyton Manning, a local dog, survived a bear attack, and the legendary quarterback that shares his name called to check on him.
Department Of Health Urges Pennsylvanians To Cancel Unneeded Duplicate COVID-19 AppointmentsThe state is asking people who made appointments at multiple clinics in an attempt to get vaccinated as soon as possible to cancel duplicates.
Doctor Addresses Rising COVID-19 Cases In Allegheny CountyCOVID-19 cases spiked in Allegheny County on Friday despite increased access to vaccinations.
Bear Spotted In Robinson TownshipA black bear has been spotted in Robinson Township.
PPS Superintendent Says Transportation Shortage Threatens Return To In-Person Learning For StudentsThe Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent says a transportation shortage could impact students' return to the classroom. KDKA's Nicole Ford has more.
Girl Challenges Pittsburgh Police Officer And Former Pitt Football Player To RaceA girl who challenged a Pittsburgh Police officer to a foot race had no clue she was up against a former Pitt football player.
NASA's Ingenuity Prepares For First-Ever Flight On Another PlanetKDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Rat Snake In Frick Park Just One Of Many Interesting InhabitantsKDKA's Meghan Schiller has more with a professor of ecology at Pitt.
Mon Valley Police Regionalization Hits Wall After 3 Boroughs Drop OutThe plan hit a major roadblock after Whittaker, Braddock and North Braddock dropped out. KDKA's Andy Sheehan has more.
UPMC Releases Information On How COVID-19 Vaccine Impacts Elderly And Cancer PatientsPeople in high-risk groups like the elderly and cancer patients weren't included in clinical trials for the COVID-19 vaccine. UPMC is out with new information for how the vaccine is impacting those groups; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
State Rep. To Introduce Bill That Extends Last Call From 2 A.M. To 4 A.M.Bars and restaurants in Pennsylvania have really taken quite a hit during the pandemic. KDKA's Jon Delano has more on what one state representative is trying to do.
Community Says Goodbye To Police Chief Who Died While ServingAbout a year ago a local community was shaken by the sudden death of their police chief who died while serving his community. KDKA's Royce Jones has more on how a community finally came together to say goodbye.
Thousands To Get Single-Dose Shots At Pittsburgh's Largest Johnson & Johnson Vaccine ClinicIt was day one of a very large vaccine clinic in Monroeville. Allegheny Health Network believes it's the largest clinic in this area to use the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Long-Time Pirates Usher Phil Coyne, Who Worked Over 6,000 Games, Passes Away At Age 102He was well-known in the stands at Pittsburgh Pirates games. Phil Coyne is now being remembered as a long-time usher for the team, a huge fan and a beloved member of the community; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Train And Tractor-Trailer Collide In SpringdaleA train with ethanol collided with a tractor-trailer hauling bricks in Springdale.
Transportation Shortage Threatens Return To In-Person Learning For PPS Students, Superintendent SaysThe Pittsburgh Public Schools superintendent says a transportation shortage could impact students' return to the classroom; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.