More Giant Eagle Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusEmployees at two more Giant Eagle stores have tested positive for COVID-19.
CMU Moves In-Person Summer Classes Online Due To Uncertainty Of Coronavirus OutbreakCMU is moving its in-person and on-campus summer classes online due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus outbreak.
Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh Priest Tests NegativeThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says a priest who was exposed to someone who tested positive for coronavirus has tested negative.
Woman Arrested For Public Drunkenness Coughs In State Trooper’s FaceA woman from Washington County is facing charges and being tested for Coronavirus after state police say she coughed in a trooper’s face, Pam Surano reports.
2 Men Arrested After Shots Fired During Argument Over A CoughA confrontation that apparently began over coughing in a convenience store parking lot resulted in gunfire, Johnstown Police said in court documents released Tuesday.
Local Nursing Home Has 6 Residents With CoronavirusSix residents at a Ligonier nursing home have tested positive for coronavirus.
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Dr. Fauci: We’re Starting To See An “Inkling” That The Daily Increase In Coronavirus Cases Is Becoming Less Steep.Amid all of the loud, breaking dire pandemic news from around the country and the world, in the last 24 hours or so, scientists have quietly offered some very cautious notes of optimism. It's just what KDKA's Ken Rice has been looking for.
Expert Gives Tips To Parents During ClosuresA parenting expert has advice for you in the latest "Checking In With Susan Koeppen."
Peters Township Football Player Become Hot CommodityDonovan McMillon is already one of the best local high school football players. KDKA's Richie Walsh has more.
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Fixing Potholes Amid Coronavirus ClosuresWhat is being done to fix potholes amid the coronavirus closures? KDKA's John Shumway has more.
Allegheny County Jail Releases More Inmates, Bringing Total To 622The Allegheny County Jail has released more inmates, bringing the total to 622 people let out from jail during the coronavirus pandemic.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (3/31)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Allegheny Co. Leaders Discourage Gathering In Large GroupsWe're hearing from the Allegheny County Health Department after the number of confirmed coronavirus cases surpassed 300; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Nearly 100 Planes Parked At Pittsburgh International AirportNearly 100 planes are parked at Pittsburgh International Airport as the airline industry takes a hit amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Allegheny County Launches Free Food Distribution Sites MapAllegheny County launched a map to help people find sites distributing free food amid the coronavirus outbreak.
UPMC Researcher Says Social Distancing Is Working, And We Have To Keep Doing ItAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise each day, is what we're doing having any impact? KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Local Woman Being Arrested Allegedly Coughs On State Trooper And Telling Him She Has CoronavirusA Washington County woman is in jail after allegedly coughing on a state trooper arresting her. She told the trooper she has coronavirus.
2 New Castle Firefighters Quarantined After Treating Man Who Tested Positive For COVID-19Two New Castle firefighters are quarantined after treating a man who went to the hospital, where he later tested positive for coronavirus and died.
Students Moving Classes Online Amid Coronavirus OutbreakPPS teachers are training for teaching online classes in a couple of weeks. But a survey of students says 41 percent of families don't have access to a device for each child and an additional 5 percent do not have access to the internet; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Police Investigating Fatal Hit-And-RunPolice are investigating a fatal hit-and-run in Westmoreland County, KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Carnegie Mellon Researchers Develop App To ‘Listen’ For Signs Of COVID-19Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University say they have created an app that can determine whether you might have COVID-19, just by analyzing your voice. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Sen. Toomey Says He Supports Face Masks For AllSen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania says he is supporting a movement that some Twitter users are talking about under the hashtag, #Masks4All. Katie Johnston reports.