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Continuous term of the mask of the Catholic DioceseAll Catholic schools in the Diocese of Pittsburgh will continue to require masks in school buildings.
Rankin Police Firearms BuyoutIn an effort to get guns off the streets and prevent unnecessary violence, Rankin Police hosted a gun buy-back event on Saturday morning. KDKA’s Bryant Reed has the story.
Six families displaced after collapse of scaffoldingHigh winds on Saturday caused scaffolding to collapse on Bridge Street in Mount Etna. KDKA’s Erika Stanish has the latest news from the scene.
Local man charged with sextortion program detainedA judge has ordered the detention of a man after a hearing in federal court.
Driver crashes into Lawrence County candy storeA car crashed into a candy store in Lawrence County.
Former Westmoreland County Judge David Regoli Unexpectedly DiesA former Westmoreland County judge has passed away suddenly.
The Silver Line service will be interrupted until WednesdayThe crews will perform maintenance on the T’s Silver Line.
Man in critical condition after stabbing in Stowe TownshipA man fights for his life after being stabbed in Stowe Township overnight.
Hi Ray! Archimedes’ principleMeteorologist Ray Petelin is back with another home science lesson!
Morning forecast from KDKA-TV (12/11)Stay on top of the local weather with a forecast from meteorologist Mary Ours!
Reward may be offered for information about an emaciated dog left in a toteA reward could be offered to anyone who has information about a hungry dog left in a tote.
Penn-Trafford wins PIAA Class 5A 17-14 Championship in overtimePenn-Trafford wins PIAA Class 5A 17-14 Championship in overtime
Nightly forecasts from KDKA-TV (12/10)Stay on top of the local weather with weather forecast from meteorologist Ray Petelin!
Pennsylvania Supreme Court issues school mask warrantThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the statewide school mask mandate. Jessica Guay from KDKA to the parents’ reaction.
Police: Man uses phone charger cord to strangle mother in West MifflinA man is accused of using a phone charger cord to strangle his mother, wrapping her body in trash bags and leaving her in the backyard of their home in West Mifflin; Reports by Jennifer Borrasso of KDKA.
Reporter Update: State Supreme Court issues warrant on school maskThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has rejected the Wolf administration’s school mask mandate. Jessica Guay from KDKA talks to parents.
Greater Pittsburgh Women’s Center and ShelterA local organization dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence wants to make sure their families have something to celebrate this holiday season.
Pitts’ Cal Adomitis cuts signature locks after raising $ 114,000 for children’s hospitalPitts Panthers captain Cal Adomitis raised $ 114,000 to help kids with cancer, beating his goal of $ 94,000 with his trademark golden locks on the line. Friday was chop time.
Evening forecast KDKA-TV (12/10)Stay on top of the local weather with weather forecast from meteorologist Ray Petelin!
Restaurants hope holiday season bounces back to pre-pandemic levelsRestaurants and bars are still picking up the pieces after the business was shut down for a while by the COVID-19 pandemic; Reports by Amy Wadas of KDKA.
Swissvale bar raises funds with hot sausage sandwiches for free care fundBoomerang Restaurant & Bar is getting ready for the 31st Sausage Day. The fundraiser will begin Saturday at 1 p.m. and raise money for the Children’s Hospital Free Care Fund; Reports by Meghan Schiller of KDKA.
Redrawing district map could delay Pennsylvania primaryState Senator Jay Costa warns that the May primary in Pennsylvania could be delayed until June. As KDKA political editor Jon Delano explains, it all comes down to our district map and how you draw it.
Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett receives Johnny Unitas Golden Arm awardIt’s a big weekend for Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett. KDKA’s Rich Walsh is live from Baltimore where Pickett receives the Jonny Unitas Golden Arm Award.
Police: Registered sex offender tries to retrieve girl he met on Snapchat at Connellsville Middle SchoolConvicted sex offender is behind bars again after police say they targeted a 13-year-old student at Connellsville Middle School on Snapchat; Reports by Erika Stanish of KDKA.