A Pittsburgh firefighter, who hasn't been identified, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Pittsburgh Firefighter Tests Positive For CoronavirusA Pittsburgh firefighter, who hasn't been identified, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Latrobe Priests Tests Positive For CoronavirusA priest in Latrobe has tested positive for coronavirus.
Look Up! Four Planets & The International Space Station Visible On Thursday In PittsburghAfter a couple of cloudy days, it is time to clear the skies, giving us an opportunity to look up!
Checking In With Susan Koeppen: Fitness Experts Say It's Important To Keep MovingFitness experts tell KDKA's Susan Koeppen that it's good for your body, soul, mind and immune system to keep working out.
Hospital Screening Employees Before Work Amid PandemicOne local hospital is screening employees before work during the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Former East Carnegie Fire Chief Facing Felony Charges Of Theft, ForgeryThe former chief of the East Carnegie Volunteer Fire Department is facing charges for allegedly taking more than $84,000 from the department; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
FDA Calls On Manufactures To Pull ZantacFDA is calling on manufactures to pull Zantac from the market immediately due to contamination.
O'Hara Township Company Makes Hemp-Based SanitizerA company in O'Hara Township is shifting part of its operations by making hemp-based hand sanitizer.
Kennywood Pushes Back Opening DayKennywood is pushing back its opening day, although a new date hasn't been set yet.
Gov. Tom Wolf Extends Stay-At-Home Order To Entire StateGov. Tom Wolf's stay-at-home order has been extended to the entire state because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Paying Bills Amid Coronavirus PandemicKDKA's John Shumway has tips on paying bills during the coronavirus crisis.
Reporter Update: Pa. CARES Helping People Pay Bills During Coronavirus OutbreakKDKA's John Shumway has more on Pa. CARES, a program helping people pay bills during the coronavirus outbreak.
Reporter Update: How To Keep Your Groceries SafeKDKA's Brenda Waters is looking at how to keep your groceries safe.
Reporter Update: Local Hospital Adding Requirement For Employees To Have Temperature TakenKDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports on a local hospital now requiring employees to have their temperature taken before treating patients.
President Trump Approves Disaster Declaration For OhioPresident Trump has approved a disaster declaration for Ohio because of coronavirus.
Pa. Dept. Of Health Reports 963 New Cases Of Coronavirus, Bringing Total To Over 5,800The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported 962 new confirmed cases of coronavirus, bringing the state total to 5,805.
Allegheny Technologies Inc. To Close Beaver Co. Stainless Steel PlantAllegheny Technologies Inc. is closing its stainless steel plant in Beaver County.
Sheetz To Offer Free Meals For Children In NeedSheetz is offering free meals for children in need amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Volunteers To Deliver Food For Hundreds Of Local SeniorsHundreds of seniors in Sharpsburg and O'Hara Township who are unable to leave their homes will have food delivered to them this afternoon; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Brighton Rehabilitation And Wellness Center Employee Says She's Experiencing Coronavirus SymptomsBeaver County has seen a startling spread of coronavirus at the county's largest nursing home; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Announces 31 New Coronavirus CasesThe Allegheny County Health Department has announced 31 new confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Reporter Update: Beaver Co. Nursing Home Workers Worried About ConditionsKDKA's Lindsay Ward reports from Beaver County where workers are getting worried about their health after a number of patients and other employees tested positive for coronavirus.
A Message Of Hope: Mom In Hampton Township Starts Art ProjectAs schools started announcing they were closing and the order came down for non-essential businesses to close, Liz Saraceno of Hampton Township wondered how she would preoccupy her two young children, it's then an idea in her neighborhood took off, KDKA's Heather Abraham reports.
Duquesne City Schools Delivering School LunchesDuquesne City School District is beginning a program where they will use their school buses to deliver lunches to students.