Robert Levin Reaches Agreement To Buy Back StoresRobert Levin says he has reached an agreement to buy back Levin Furniture.
Fayette Co. Man Shares Experience After Beating CoronavirusKDKA's Jennifer Borrasso spoke with a local 89-year-old man who beat coronavirus.
State Gives Update On Coronavirus Cases In Nursing HomesKDKA's Pam Surano has more on the Pennsylvania Health Department providing an update on coronavirus cases in the state.
Mayor Peduto: Plan In Place To Turn Street Space Into Outdoor Dining AreasMayor Bill Peduto wants to turn streets in space for walking and dining.
Web Extra: Congressman Mike Doyle Has ChallengerLong-time U.S. Congressman Mike Doyle, of Pennsylvania, has a challenger in this year's primary.
Pitt Law Professor Running For CongressA law professor at the University of Pittsburgh talks to KDKA's Jon Delano about his campaign for Congress in the 18th Congressional District.
Workers Purchase Power Wheelchair For OutdoorsmanA local outdoorsman received a life-changing gift.
KDKA News Update PM: May 19, 2020KDKA News Update PM: May 19, 2020
89-Year-Old Man Who Survived Coronavirus Returns HomeAn 89-year-old man in Fayette County who survived coronavirus was welcomed home by the neighborhood. Video Credit: Cathy Majka
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (5/19)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Company That Owns Senior Living Facilities Strives For Transparency During Coronavirus PandemicFamilies across the area tell KDKA they’re struggling to receive accurate and timely information from nursing homes and long-term care facilities. One Butler County company is taking a different approach to the issue; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Improvement Projects Underway In Pittsburgh Public SchoolsWhen it comes to maintenance projects, sometimes there are advantages to not having kids in the building, KDKA's Rick Dayton reports.
Local Doctors Wary About Using Hydroxychloroquine To Treatment Coronavirus Without More StudiesThe malaria and anti-inflammatory drug hydroxychloroquine had been hailed as a game changer. A number of observational studies hint that might not be the case; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Local Group Practice Says Coronavirus Pandemic is Being Used To Spread Anti-Vaccine MisinformationOn social media, it can be hard to know what's true and what's not, especially from the anti-vaccine movement; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
How To Save At The Grocery Store As Prices RiseIf you buy groceries, you don’t need numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to know what’s going on, KDKA's Brenda Waters reports
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: More People Interest In Birdwatching During Coronavirus QuarantineBirdwatching is considered the second most popular hobby after gardening, and right now the number of people who are taking part in birding is soaring; KDKA's Susan Koeppen checks in.
Westmoreland Co. Officials Want Clarification On 'Yellow' PhaseA group of elected officials in our area want the governor to provide better guidelines for businesses that open in the "yellow" phase; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Gov. Wolf Plans To Sign Bill Allowing Cocktails To-GoGov. Wolf says he plans on signing a bill that would allow curbside cocktails during the coronavirus pandemic.
County Officials Want More Restrictions LiftedAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says it is time to life restrictions, KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Business Note (5/19)KDKA's Stacy Smith has the Business Notes for the day.
Pa. Air National Guard Honors Hospital Workers With FlyoverOperation American Resolve came to the Commonwealth today, a military salute to those in the COVID-19 fight; KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Pitt Professor Jerry Dickinson Challenging Rep. Mike DoylePennsylvania's primary is just two weeks from Tuesday, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Gov. Wolf Expresses Concern Over Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's Visit To BarbershopGov. Tom Wolf was asked about the debate surrounding Ben Roethlisberger's visit to a barbershop in Sewickley to have some cleanup done on his facial hair.
Diocese Of Greensburg Shares Plan About Masses ResumingIn less than two weeks, public masses will resume at 78 churches in the Catholic Diocese of Greensburg, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.

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