UPMC Presby To Recieve Possible Coronavirus RemedyThe Pennsylvania Department of Health says 1,200 doses of the antiviral medication remdesivir have been shipped to hospitals across the state, KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details on how this could be a potential treatment for COVID-19.
What Is Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome?Parents are worried after a previously unknown inflammatory syndrome is now being found in children living in coronavirus hotspots, KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Mayor Bill Peduto Reads Bedtime StoriesMayor Bill Peduto is reading bedtime stories online.
Pa. National Guard Called In To Help Brighton Rehab And Wellness Center Where Over 300 Test Positive For CoronavirusThe Pennsylvania National Guard is helping eight nursing homes, including Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center in Beaver County; KDKA's Lindsay Ward report.
Red Lobster Doesn't Fulfill OrdersDozens of customers were waiting outside of the Red Lobster on McKnight Road for hours after placing pickup orders, then all of a sudden, the restaurant told them they would not be fulfilling those orders. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse was there and learned more.
Some Business Owners Dissatisfied With Restrictions Still Imposed For Yellow Phase CountiesAccording to state leaders, the “yellow phase” allows parts of the economy to open while keeping a close eye on public health, KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the details on what that means.
National Guard To Be Deployed At Brighton RehabilitationThe Pennsylvania National Guard is assisting the Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center and seven other long-term care facilities effective immediately, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Central Catholic Surprises Seniors With GiftboxesWith commencement not happening, 220 graduating seniors from Central Catholic High School were surprised with gift boxes from the school, KDKA's Chris Hoffman spoke with a couple of the recipients.
Local DJs Host Mobile Dance PartiesThe COVID-19 outbreak has basically shut down the entertainment industry but some local DJs found a new and unique way to put their skills to good use with mobile dance parties, KDKA's Royce Jones learned more.
Aliquippa Mayor, Community Provide Meals To Those In NeedAliquippa's mayor, Dwan Walker, along with several local organizations came together on Sunday to provide hot meals, nonperishable food items, and protective equipment to those in need.
Gov. Wolf Hoping Civilian Tracking Task Force Will Get People Back To WorkGov. Tom Wolf announced the creation of the Commonwealth Civilian Coronavirus Corps Wednesday during a news conference with state Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine, KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details.
Allegheny County Sheriffs Warn Against Phone ScamCounty Sheriffs are warning residents about a call they may get from someone claiming to be a sergeant in the County Sheriff's office.
Jake Guentzel, Milkshake Factory Donate Goods To NursesThe Pittsburgh Penguins, The Milkshake Factory, and Jake Guentzel teamed up to thank nurses at Magee Women's Hospital and UPMC Passavant by giving them free milkshakes and other sweets.
Pittsburgh Officials Hold Parade To Honor Health Care WorkersIn honor of National Nurses Day, Pittsburgh Public Safety held a procession from Oakland to the North Side, KDKA's Pam Surano
Summer Travel Plans In Flux For Many AmericansA study out of the University of Florida found that 80% of U.S. consumers had to cancel travel plans already, but almost half plan to rebook them, KDKA's Kristine Sorensen spoke with a local travel agent about the state of summer travel in the US.
Six More Employees Of Smithfield Foods Plant Test Positive For CoronavirusThe number of positive cases of COVID-19 at the Smithfield Foods Plant in Arnold has jumped from 6 to 12, according to the union president. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the story.
Pa. Representatives Call For Better Nursing Home CareA joint letter from Congressman Conor Lamb and Mike Doyle sent to the Secretary of the Department of Health and the administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services called for more resources for nursing homes during the coronavirus pandemic. KDKA's Lisa Washington has the latest details.
Pennsylvanians Salute Frontline WorkersBells Across Pennsylvania celebrated those on the front lines of battling the coronavirus pandemic in Pennsylvania, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse has the story.
Parents Struggling To Find Childcare Amid PandemicEssential workers are still having to go to work and with it, they need someone to watch their children. KDKA's Royce Jones learned more about the struggle to find childcare while the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.
Search Resumes For Missing HikerThe search for a 38-year-old man that fell into Slippery Rock Creek at McConnells Mill State Park is now being considered a search and recovery, KDKA's Chris Hoffman found out the latest.
Cherry City Volunteer Fire Department Raises $9,000Volunteers and community members were able to raise enough money and collect enough food to donate 45,000 meals to those in need.
Phil Coyne Celebrates 102nd BirthdayThe iconic Pirates usher celebrated his 102nd birthday on Saturday with a parade complete with bagpipes.
Local Healthcare Worker Completes "Virtual" MarathonThousands of runners were expected to take part in the Pittsburgh Marathon this weekend, but the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to be canceled and become a virtual event, KDKA's Chris Hoffman spoke with a healthcare worker that completed her first marathon.
Marinas Scrambling To ReopenLocal marinas were granted the ability to reopen as part of Gov. Wolf's phased reopening plan but as KDKA's Royce Jones reports, a lot of them are scrambling to get open in time for boaters to hit the water.