New Law Enables Police, Firefighters To Break Into Cars To Save Dogs And CatsA recently passed law will now allow police officers and firefighters in Pennsylvania to break into hot or cold cars to save animals.
Trump Administration Wants To Cut Back On Food Stamps For Able-Bodied WorkersThe Trump administration is considering tightening work requirements for Americans on food stamps; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Gov. Wolf Rethinking Legalization Of Recreational MarijuanaGov. Tom Wolf has set off a storm of speculation with a tweet on legalizing recreational marijuana; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Green Beret's Wife Speaking Out About Charges Her Husband Is FacingA Connellsville native married to a decorated war hero now charged with murder is getting both local and national support; KDKA's Pam Surano reports.
Pittsburgh City Council Takes Up Gun Control DebatePittsburgh City Council took its first look at what supporters call "common sense" gun measures, which have drawn the ire of some firearms owners and their advocates; KDKA's Lynne Hayes-Freeland reports.
Senate Republicans Appear Poised To Block The Seating Of A Newly Elected Democratic Woman From The North HillsNo one denies that Democrat Lindsey Williams won a close but hard-fought state Senate race. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Corbett Credits The Late President Bush With Launching His Political CareerFormer Gov. Tom Corbett first met George Herbert Walker Bush in 1988 when the Vice President was running for President and the late Elsie Hillman, a distant cousin of Bush's and National Republican Committeewoman, asked Corbett to run the Bush campaign locally. KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Trail Begins For Westmoreland County Sheriff Jonathan HeldCharged by the State Attorney Generals Office for allegedly using his staff to perform campaign activities on the clock, Sheriff Jonathan Held not surprisingly came under direct attack by prosecutor Bobby Jo Wagner during her very short open arguments to the jury. KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro On Redacted NamesA day after a state Supreme Court ruling that the names of 11 accused Roman Catholic clergy should not be made public, a group is calling on Cardinal Daniel DiNardo to be more transparent. KDKA's John Shumway reports.
Senate GOP Puts New Democrat's Residency Debate Into MotionPennsylvania's top state senator is setting in motion a process to decide whether a Democrat meets residency requirements to serve in the chamber.
Former Pa. AG Ordered To Report To PrisonFormer Attorney General Kathleen Kane has been ordered to report to prison Thursday morning to serve a sentence in her perjury case; KDKA's Ralph Iannotti reports.
Peduto Responding To School Board Member Forged Signature AllegationsPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto is responding to allegations a city school board member's signature was forged on a letter about the city's Amazon HQ2 pitch; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Former Pa. AG Kane Ordered To Report To Jail To Begin Perjury SentenceA judge says former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane must report to jail by Thursday morning to start serving a 10- to 23-month perjury sentence.
MCCandless Police Chief, Lieutenant Placed On LeaveMCCandless Police Chief, Lieutenant Placed On Leave. KDKA's Julie Grant reports.
Sen. Bob Casey Open To Possible Run For President In 2020He just won a third term in the U.S. Senate by a landslide, so maybe it's no surprise that U.S. Sen. Bob Casey is hedging his bets on running for president in 2020; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Peduto Revamps City Government, Critics Say It Needs More People Willing To Get Their Hands DirtyMayor Bill Peduto has vowed to modernize city government, but has he succeeded? KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
KDKA Investigates: Mayor Bill Peduto's Travels Around The WorldSince taking office five years ago, Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto has traveled the planet - spending 276 days out of town, out of state or out of the country; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Conservative Speaker's Appearance At Pitt Stirs ControversyThe appearance of a young conservative speaker and podcaster, Ben Shapiro, popular with some on campuses is stirring up controversy at the University of Pittsburgh; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Reporter Update: Controversial Speaker Set To Appear At PittKDKA's Jon Delano has more on a controverial speaker who is appearing at the University of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Joins Nationwide Protests Over Resignation Of AG Jeff SessionsDozens of people gathered outside the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh to protest what they are calling the forced resignation of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions; KDKA's Ralph Iannotti reports.
White House's Ban Of CNN Reporter Following Confrontation Stirs ControversyA long-standing feud between President Trump and journalist Jim Acosta culminated with the CNN reporter's press credentials being revoked; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Protesters Rally Outside City-County Building Over AG Jeff Sessions’ ResignationDozens of people have gathered outside the City-County Building in Downtown Pittsburgh to protest what they are calling the forced resignation of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Rep. Doyle Says Divided Congress Doesn't Have To Mean GridlockThe Republicans control the White House and the U.S. Senate and Democrats have regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives, but one congressman from Pennsylvania says that doesn't have to mean gridlock in Washington DC; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Pa. Woman Make History In Midterm ElectionsFor the first time ever, not one, but four, women were elected to Congress from Pennsylvania; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.