Twelve more Westmoreland Manor residents have tested positive for coronavirus since yesterday, bringing the total to 32. Another employee has also tested positive.
Westmoreland Manor Reports 12 More Residents, 1 More Employee Test Positive For CoronavirusTwelve more Westmoreland Manor residents have tested positive for coronavirus since yesterday, bringing the total to 32. Another employee has also tested positive.
Pittsburgh Doctor Talks Washing MasksThe head of infectious disease at UPMC St. Margaret Hospital talks about mask safety and how to clean your mask. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen has more.
State Senate Passes Bill That Would Change Some Restaurant RestrictionsThe state Senate has passed a bill that would change some of Pennsylvania's restaurant restrictions.
Judge Denies Gov. Tom Wolf's Motion, Shutdown Order And Gathering Limits Still UnconstitutionalA judge has denied the Wolf administration's attempt to temporarily stop a federal court ruling that found Gov. Wolf's coronavirus restrictions unconstitutional. This comes after the state's top attorney asked the federal judge to retain the governor's limit on crowd size; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Reporter Update: Judge Denies Stay, Upholding Ruling On Pennsylvania Crowd SizeThe judge denied the stay, upholding the ruling that deemed Governor Wolf’s restrictions unconstitutional. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has reaction from the governor and local business owners.
Reporter Update: CDC Issues New Recommendations On HalloweenKDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra is taking a closer look at the CDC's new recommendations for Halloween amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Reporter Update: Pa. Launches New Coronavirus Exposure Notification AppPennsylvania's new coronavirus exposure-notification app is now available on app stores; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Belle Vernon's Brewer Field VandalizedKDKA's Nicole Ford reports from Belle Vernon where police are looking for suspects in the vandalism of Brewer Field.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (9/22)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s 7-day forecast!
CDC Discourages Halloween Festivities Amid PandemicThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued its first guidance for the holidays, including Halloween.
Pa. Launches New Coronavirus Exposure Notification AppPennsylvania's new coronavirus exposure-notification app is now available on app stores.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 834 More Coronavirus CasesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 834 new cases of Coronavirus Tuesday and 19 additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 42 New Coronavirus CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 42 new Coronavirus cases out of 608 test results and no additional deaths.
Police Investigate Shooting In Lincoln-Lemington-BelmarPittsburgh Police are investigating an overnight shooting in the city's Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar neighborhood; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Police Searching For 2 Suspects Accused Of Vandalizing BLM MuralPittsburgh Police are searching for two men accused of shooting paintballs at the Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Pittsburgh.
Toomey Backs Away From Comments 4 Years Ago, Says He Will Support Trump's SCOTUS NomineePennsylvania’s Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, who endorsed waiting eight months until after the 2016 election to fill a Supreme Court vacancy, says he will vote to confirm the president’s nominee.
Web Extra: 2 Men Accused Of Vandalizing Black Lives Matter Mural With PaintballsPittsburgh Police are searching for two men accused of shooting paintballs at the Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Pittsburgh.
Reporter Update: Police Investigate Shooting In Lincoln-LemingtonKDKA's Lindsay Ward has the latest on the investigation into an overnight fatal shooting in the city's Lincoln-Lemington section.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (9/22)Get the latest weather forecast from meteorologist Ron Smiley!
Police Investigating ShotSpotter AlertPolice responded to the Lincoln-Lemington area of Pittsburgh early Tuesday morning, KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Coronavirus And Large GatheringsKDKA's John Shumway spoke with an infectious disease expert about the risks of entering large crowds.
North Hills School District Sues JuulNine other complaints have been filed in Western Pa.
Student-Led Initiative Registers All Pitt Athletes To VoteAll Pitt student-athletes are now registered to vote.
Pittsburgh Launches 'Safe Routes to School' InitiativeThe campaign will invest in walking and biking.