The World's Largest Bottle of Soap is visiting Pittsburgh today at the Market District store in Settlers Ridge.

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World's Largest Soap Bottle Visits PittsburghThe World's Largest Bottle of Soap is visiting Pittsburgh today at the Market District store in Settlers Ridge.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (8/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s 7-day forecast!
Allegheny County Reports 2-Day Total Of 268 New Cases, 3 Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 268 new Coronavirus cases and three additional deaths over the past 48 hours.
New Pittsburgh Filmed Series Looking For ExtrasA new series called "Sprung" will be filming in Pittsburgh. They are looking for extras.
More Pittsburgh Travelers Impacted By Spirit Airlines ProblemsSpirit Airlines delays and cancellations are continuing to impact Pittsburgh travelers.
Young Woman Critically Injured In Hit-And-RunA 19-year-old woman is in critical condition after a hit-and-run crash in Forest Hills.
Pittsburgh Police Release Mid-Year Crime ReportPittsburgh Police have released their mid-year crime report.
CDC Issues New Moratorium On EvictionsThe CDC has issued a new moratorium on evictions that will last until Oct. 3. It applies to those living in counties with “substantial or high” levels of COVID-19 transmission; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.
Part Of Ardmore Boulevard Reopens After Violent CrashPart of Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills was shut down overnight after a violent crash.
2 North Side Businesses Requiring Proof Of VaccinationTwo restaurants in Pittsburgh's North Side will now require patrons to provide proof of vaccination in order to enter. KDKA's Briana Smith has the story.
CDC Bans Evictions In Areas Of Substantial And High SpreadOn Tuesday, the Centers For Disease Control issued an eviction ban on places that currently have "high or substantial" spread of COVID-19. KDKA's Lindsay Ward breaks down the new order.
The Great Bath Debate (Pt. 2)Now we know that maybe adults don't need to shower every single day, but what about your children? Should bath time be daily? KDKA's John Shumway spoke with a pediatrician at AHN on what the standard operating procedure should be.
The Great Bath Debate (Pt. 1)When two celebrities admitted they didn't bathe their child or themselves every day, it set off a firestorm. So, is that normal? KDKA's John Shumway reached out to a dermatologist at AHN for answers.
Eat'n Park & Hello Bistro Hosting Hiring EventAcross Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, Eat'n Park and Hello Bistro are looking to hire new employees.
Ardmore Blvd Reopens Following CrashAn SUV along with another car were involved in a violent crash along Ardmore Boulevard in Forest Hills overnight.
Man Sentenced For Embezzling MoneyPaul Harmon will spend six years in prison for stealing nearly $1.5 million from his former employer.
Crash And Fire Briefly Shuts Down Route 28A semi-truck and pickup truck collided on Route 28 outbound briefly shut down the highway on Tuesday night.
Robinson Township PD K9 RetiresRobinson Township Police Department's first K-9, Sarik, celebrated his final shift.
Gov. Wolf Says New York Gov. Cuomo Should ResignGovernor Tom Wolf calls on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign.
Local Communities, Police Departments Celebrate National Night OutThousands of communities celebrated National Night Out on Tuesday. KDKA's Royce Jones has more.
PPG Paints Arena Recommending Masks InsideKDKA's Bryant Reed gets a reaction to the news from the crowd at the James Taylor concert.
Families Of Dayton Mass Shooting Victims Sue Maker Of 100-Round Magazine Used By GunmanThe lawsuit asks for damages and an injunction against Kyung Chang Industry USA.
3rd-Grader Sends Letter To New Galilee Borough Mayor And Gets Unexpected ResponseEmily Sledzianowski wrote Mayor Benes as part of a school project about improving a local trail.
Pittsburgh Bureau Of EMS Swears In New EMTs, ParamedicsThe City of Pittsburgh has a new group of first responders coming to the rescue; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.

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