For hours, protestors were passionate, peaceful, and proud until some turned the demonstrations violent, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.

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Protests Over Police Brutality Turn ViolentFor hours, protestors were passionate, peaceful, and proud until some turned the demonstrations violent, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Protests Turn Violent After Hours Of Being PeacefulAfter hours of peaceful protest, once demonstrators reached PPG Paints Arena, the situation became dangerous, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse recalls what she saw.
George Floyd Protests In Pittsburgh Turn ViolentProtestors gathered in Downtown Pittsburgh on Saturday afternoon following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. KDKA's Royce Jones was on the scene when the protests went from peaceful to violent.
2 Killed In Duquesne House FireA man and a woman are dead after an early morning house fire in Duquesne; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Doctor Gives Advice On Safe Activities For SummerSummer is here but which traditional summer activities are safe? KDKA's Dr. Maria has more.
Pitt Researches Says Coronavirus Vaccine Likely Won't Be Available Until Early 2021Dr. William Klimstra told Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale that he doesn't believe a coronavirus vaccine will be available until early next year.
Songs Lifting The Spirits Of High School Seniors And Senior CitizensLocal high school performers are lifting the spirits of spirits people living in senior centers with songs, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Jamie's Dream Team Treats Boy To Shopping SpreeA 13-year-old boy went on a shopping spree of a lifetime thanks to Jamie's Dream Team.
Meet Pittsburgh's 'Mr. Good Deeds'A Pittsburgh handyman known for spreading kindness helped raise more than $30,000 for those in need, KDKA's Brenda Water reports.
Pittsburgh Native Is Getting Ready To Return To Work After Surviving CoronavirusKDKA's Amy Wadas has more on a Pittsburgh native who survived coronavirus and is ready to return to work.
Monument Honoring Veterans Vandalized In LawrencevilleIn Pittsburgh's Lawrenceville neighborhood this morning, someone vandalized a well-known monument honoring those who served; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Class Of 2020 Graduates Into The UnknownWith the country in the throws of the coronavirus pandemic and millions out of work, newly-minted college graduates are entering an economy that is shrinking. KDKA's Royce Jones spoke with two local experts who are letting these new grads know how to handle the current economy.
Body Found In Monongahela RiverA dead body was found in the Monongahela River near East Carson Street on Sunday afternoon, KDKA's Royce Jones has the latest.
Pittsburgh Zoo Launches Zoofari VisitsThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium began drive-thru tours today as part of their "Zoofari" program to promote social distancing.
National Cemetery of the Alleghenies Honors Fallen SoldiersStaff from the National Cemetery of the Alleghenies honored those who fought for the broad stripes and bright stars through numerous perilous fights, KDKA's Chris Hoffman was there this morning to see the ceremony.
Penn Hills Fire Department Hands Out LunchesFirefighters in Penn Hills were seen handing out bagged lunches to those in need on Saturday.
Volunteers Come Together For Food PantriesSaturday morning, dozens of volunteers and neighbors worked together to collect food for several food pantries in the Oakmont, Verona, and neighboring areas, KDKA's Chris Hoffman spoke with them and why they all came together.
'Living Room Sports' With Pirates Manager Derek Shelton And Wife, Alison (Part 3)Derek Shelton and Alison Shelton join KDKA's Bob Pompeani and Rich Walsh for "Living Room Sports."
'Living Room Sports' With Pirates Manager Derek Shelton And Wife, Alison (Part 2)Derek Shelton and Alison Shelton join KDKA's Bob Pompeani and Rich Walsh for "Living Room Sports."
'Living Room Sports' With Pirates Manager Derek Shelton And Wife, Alison (Part 1)Derek Shelton and Alison Shelton join KDKA's Bob Pompeani and Rich Walsh for "Living Room Sports."
State Election Official Considering Sending Every Voter A Mail-In Ballot ApplicationPennsylvania's top election official says she may send every voter an application for a mail-in ballot this November, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Three Rivers Arts Festival Going Virtual This YearIn may not be in person, but the Three Rivers Arts Festival will still happen in 2020, KDKA's Susan Koeppen reports.
Doctor Shares Advice On How Businesses Can Safely ReopenA doctor shares advice on how to safely reopen workplaces, KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Longer Tick Season May Lead To More Lyme Disease Cases In DogsA doctor says with the overpopulation of deer in Western Pennsylvania, it's leading to a longer tick season and an increase in cases, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.

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