Ahmir Tuli was gunned down outside of his mother's bar and restaurant in the Strip District and on Saturday, family and friends gathered to say their final goodbye.
Family & Friends Attend Funeral For Ahmir TuliAhmir Tuli was gunned down outside of his mother's bar and restaurant in the Strip District and on Saturday, family and friends gathered to say their final goodbye.
Pittsburgh Experiences Violent NightResidents in Homewood and Sheraden are calling for an end to the violence after a violent night rocked both neighborhoods. KDKA's Bryant Reed has the story.
Fired BNY Mellon Worker Loses Appeal Over Facebook Post TerminationA woman who lost her job at BNY Mellon for something she posted on Facebook lost her appeal in court.
Hey Ray! What Causes Bridges To Freeze First?Meteorologist Ray Petelin is back with another home science lesson!
United Steelworkers Authorize Strike At Local ATI PlantsThe union says Allegheny Technologies is dragging its feet in negotiations.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (3/6)Get the latest weather updates from meteorologist Mary Ours!
Sen. Pat Toomey Responds To Party's Decision To Rebuke HimToomey was rebuked earlier this week by the Republican Party.
Police Create Task Force To Investigate Chase Bank AccountsHundreds of people have gotten information about accounts they did not sign up for.
Knead Community Cafe Receives GrantThe New Kensingston cafe received a $25,000 grant that will help them to continue to support the community.
Pitt Says Some 2021 Commencement Ceremonies Will Be In-PersonPitt says commencement for the 2021 class will have some in-person events.
Pa. Rep. Wants State To Ban Semi-Automatic RiflesState Rep. Ed Gainey wants a state ban on high-capacity, semi-automatic rifles.
City League Girls Basketball Season On HoldPittsburgh Public Schools said the City League girls basketball season is on hold due to five teams being in quarantine.
Crews Respond To House Fire In Pine TownshipCrews responded to a house fire in Pine Township. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Man Wanted For Shooting IUP Student ArrestedA man wanted for the murder of a local college student was arrested.
Female College Students At Rosedale Technical College Look To Break BarriersMany people don't picture women in trades, but these college students are looking to change that.
Pitt Chemistry Professor Helping With NASA Perseverance Rover’s Search For Life On MarsA University of Pittsburgh professor is playing an integral role in NASA and the Perseverance Rover’s search for life on Mars.
Southwestern Pa. Ski Resorts Adjusting To Busy SeasonSouthwestern Pennsylvania ski resorts are adjusting to a busy winter season. KDKA's Kristine Sorensen has more.
Kentucky Man Living In Uniontown Indicted For Alleged Role In Capitol RiotsA grand jury indicted a man living in Uniontown for his alleged role in the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Allegheny County Council Set To Vote On Requiring Businesses To Pay Employees Sick Paid LeaveIt’s bound to be a matter of fierce debate: should businesses in Allegheny County be required to pay their employees paid sick leave? KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
'Moderna Arm': Some People Develop Reaction To Moderna COVID-19 VaccineAbout a week after the Moderna vaccine, some people develop a reaction; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Pharmacy Gears Up To Help Students And Teachers Get Back In ClassroomA Pennsylvania pharmacy is gearing up to help get teachers and students safely back in schools. KDKA's Royce Jones has more.
High School Spring Sports Kick Off After Being Canceled Last Year During Pandemic's StartHigh school athletes and coaches have battled the ups and downs of the pandemic. From no sports to strict safety protocols, little by little the restrictions have lifted. Now they prepare to head into a new season of spring sports; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
UPMC: Health Information Of Some St. Margaret Patients Inappropriately DisclosedUPMC says it's notifying some St. Margaret patients that their health information was inappropriately disclosed.
PIAA Makes Changes To Mask GuidelinesHigh school spring sports were canceled before the 2020 season even started as coronavirus spread last March. Now they're kicking off next week with some changes in place; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.