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Complaint Filed Against Kennywood, Other Parks Over Mask PolicyAttorney Tom Anderson has filed a complaint against the company that owns and operates Kennywood, Sandcastle, and Idlewild parks.
Kennywood, Sandcastle Reopening TodayKennywood and Sandcastle are reopening their doors to the public.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 180 New Coronavirus CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 180 new Coronavirus cases Friday, and one additional death.
That's A Wrap: July 10, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David wrap up the week that was!
Yum! A Look At The Food At Kennywood ParkPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani has a look at the food at Kennywood Park!
FBI Offering $10,000 Reward In Mysterious Disappearance Of Pennsylvania Amish Girl Linda StoltzfoosThe FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information into the mysterious disappearance of a girl from the Amish community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Katie Johnston reports.
PTL Summer Shape Up: Aubrey Worek's Exercise For The WeekFitness guru Aubrey Worek has this week's Exercise of the Week to get toned thighs and killer abs!
How To Stay Hydrated On Hot DaysPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has some tips for staying hydrated on really hot days like this one.
Pupdate: Dog Days Of SummerPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David have an update on how Canine Companions for Independence service dog-in -training Penguin is keeping cool this summer!
A Sneak Peek Of The Remodeled Old Mill RidePittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani gets a sneak peek at Kennywood's remodel of the Old Mill.
Kennywood Ready To ReopenPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with Kennywood PR guy Nick Paradise about opening day!
West Virginia Mail Carrier Admits Attempted Election FraudA West Virginia postal carrier pleaded guilty Thursday to altering mail-in requests for absentee voter ballots. Katie Johnston reports.
Pittsburgh Today Live Kennywood Chat: July 10, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Gateway Clipper Fleet Resuming ToursBeginning on Friday morning, the Gateway Clipper Fleet will once again set sail, hosting sightseeing tours.
Kennywood & Sandcastle ReopeningStarting today, Kennywood and Sandcastle will be reopen for season pass holders. KDKA's Lindsay Ward spoke with Kennywood and Sandcastle spokesperson Nick Paradise.
Kidsburgh: Getting Children Tested For CoronavirusMany parents may want to get their child tested for COVID-19 but according to one local doctor, it may not be as easy as it seems, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen has the story.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (7/10)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
City Seeing Increase In Demand For Speed HumpsIt's a new phrase for Pittsburghers: Speed Calming Device, better known as speed humps. The City of Pittsburgh is planning to add more over the next year in order to crack down on speeding. KDKA's John Shumway has the details on how these "Traffic Calming Devices" have worked.
Tractor Trailer Crashes On I-70 EastboundThe eastbound lanes of I-70 are shut down after a tractor-trailer crash blocked both lanes.
Restaurant Owners Getting CreativeWith a new order in place allowing outdoor dining, restuarants like Kelly Os in the Strip District are getting creative with how they'll serve customers. KDKA's Lisa Washington has the latest.
City Of Pittsburgh Planning To Add More Speed HumpsThe Department of Mobility and Infrastructure tells KDKA's John Shumway that the city is planning to add more speed humps around the city in an effort to crack down on speeding.
Route 8 Northbound ClosedA water main break has shut down the northbound lanes of Route 8.
Driver Crashes Into Driver's License CenterA non-licensed driver crashed into the driver's license center in the Penn Hills Shopping Center.
Route 8 Expected To Be Closed Most Of The DayRoute 8 could be shut down for up to 10 hours due to a water main break, KDKA's John Shumway has the details.

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