One person is dead following a late night crash along Interstate-279; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
1 Person Killed, 1 Injured In I-279 CrashOne person is dead following a late night crash along Interstate-279; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Man Likely To Face Charges After Beechview SWAT SituationA man will likely face charges after a standoff with police and the SWAT team Monday morning in Beechview; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Voters Taking Advantage Of Drop Off SitesIt was another weekend of voting in Allegheny County with voters dropping off their mail-in ballots and applying for mail-in ballots at remote voting offices. KDKA's Chris Hoffman spoke with voters about the process.
Pre-Election AnxietyWith the election coming up in just about two weeks, many people find themselves stressed and anxious. However, that's not uncommon. One local psychologist spoke to KDKA's Shelby Cassesse about "Election Stress Disorder."
Local FD Gets Underwater DroneA new device for the Crescent Township Fire Department will help to search and rescue as well as search and recovery efforts go quicker. It’s a drone for underwater. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the story on how this will be the first device in the area.
Penn Hills School District Changing Academic Requirements For Student-AthletesThe Penn Hills School District is changing its academic requirements for student-athletes; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Judge Denies Motion To Drop Charges Against Robert BowersA judge denied a motion from the defense attorneys of Robert Bowers, the suspect in the Tree of Life shooting, to have some of the charges dropped against him; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Rise In COVID Cases Cause For ConcernAs we move into the fall and winter, the United States is seeing a rise in coronavirus cases and as one doctor told KDKA's John Shumway - not only is there cause of concern, there's also certain behaviors contributing to the spike.
Coronavirus Hurting Dairy FarmsWhen schools closed and restaurants were shut down, the impact wasn't just on the servers and owners - dairy farmers also were hit hard and they're still struggling to recover. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with the owners of Clayholm Farm about how the pandemic has hurt their business.
Braddock Mayor Breaks Council Tie, Votes In Favor Of Forming Regional Police Dept. CommissionA regional Mon Valley police department could be one step closer after a vote by the Braddock Borough Council Tuesday night; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Police: Siblings Involved In Apparent Murder-SuicidePolice are continuing their investigation into an apparent murder-suicide involving a brother and sister in Westmoreland County; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Mail-In Ballot ConfusionHave you recieved mutliple mailers that could be confused as an official ballot? Well, not so fast - it could just be an application. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with County Executive Rich Fitzgerald about what people need to know about the vote by mail process.
2 Westmoreland Co. School Districts Dealing With COVID-19 SpikesKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on spikes in coronavirus cases at Derry Area School District and Hempfield High School.
IUP Launches Diversity TrainingIndiana University of Pennsylvania's Criminal Justice Academy has launched a diversity training in an effort to help bridge the gap between the public and police. KDKA's Royce Jones has the story.
Disagreements Continue Over Fate Of Schenley Park's Columbus StatueKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on the ongoing dispute over the Christopher Columbus statue in Schenley Park.
Shaler Twp. Home Damaged In Early Morning FireA home in Shaler Township has some serious damage after fire ripped through the structure early this morning; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Local Artists Make Sure Downtown Is SafeAs more and more people make their way back to work and back to Downtown Pittsburgh, local artists have lended their efforts to the city to help remind those traveling downtown to stay safe. KDKA's Celina Pompeani has more on their efforts!
2020 Fall Foliage Shaping Up To Best YetWhile the pandemic has canceled many popular events this fall, there's one thing that can't be canceled: Pennsylvania's fall foliage. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with David Planinsek from the Division of Forestry about how nice the leaves will be this fall.
President Trump Tests Positive For COVID-19Early on Friday morning it became known that President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for coronavirus. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has local recation to the news.
Pitt Launches Trial Site For COVID-19 TreatmentThe University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is one of 25 sites nationwide testing coronavirus treatments. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the latest on the progress.
Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Making Changes Ahead Of Increasing Mass AttendenceKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on the safety measures the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese are taking to increase Mass attendance.
Doctors Seeing Increase In Injuries As People Work From HomeAs millions work from home due to the pandemic, doctors say they've seen an increase in injuries usually sustained at the office. KDKA's Celina Pompeani spoke with one local doctor about how to avoid these injuries.
Antwon Rose Portrait Part Of Black Lives Matter Mural VandalizedThe Antwon Rose portrait part of the Black Lives Matter mural downtown has been vandalized; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Pittsburgh Researchers Using AI To ID OsteoarthritisKDKA's Royce Jones has more on local researchers using AI to identify osteoarthritis earlier.