Finding childcare in a crisis, emergency or at the last minute can be a huge challenge. That's why Jeremiah's Place opened -- Pittsburgh's only crisis nursery. Kristine Sorensen talks with Jeremiah's Place Executive Director Lisa Perry about what the center offers and the kinds of reasons a parent or caregiver can use their free service.
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Kennywood Revamps The Old Mill For Park's 125th AnniversaryKennywood is getting ready for the season with some ride updates to celebrate the park's 125th anniversary.
Reporter Update: Penn Hills Apartment FireSome serious damage was done to the roof of an apartment building overnight, and dozens of residents are now displaced. KDKA's Bryant Reed will have the story coming up on KDKA-TV News at 10 a.m.
24th Annual Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit Being Held VirtuallyLike last year, the summit is happening online.
Firefighters Battling Flames At House In UniontownFlames lit up the sky last night in Fayette County.
One Person Killed In Early Morning Shooting In AvalonAllegheny County Police launched a homicide investigation in Avalon.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (1/22)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Firefighters Battle A Fire And The Cold Temperatures At Rodi Arm Apartments In Penn HillsCrews have been battling this fire for hours in the frigid temperatures; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (1/21)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's 7-day forecast!
Vigil For COVID-19 Victims Held In Westmoreland CountyAround two dozen Westmoreland County residents gathered to remember those who lost their lives to COVID-19.
Parents Frustrated After Violent Week Across Pittsburgh Public SchoolsParents are frustrated following a week of violence across Pittsburgh Public Schools.
GetGo Cashier Left Bruised, Scared After Attack In StorePolice are searching for a woman caught on camera attacking a convenience store cashier.
KDKA News Update PM: January 21, 2022KDKA News Update PM: January 21, 2022
Zoning Board Ruling Advances Plans For Downtown Pittsburgh Target StoreTarget is a step closer to opening a store in downtown Pittsburgh.
Residents At Pittsburgh Apartment Complex Say Heat Is Still BrokenSome residents at a Bloomfield apartment building are still without heat.
UPMC Study: COVID-19 Linked With Headaches, Altered Mental Status In Hospitalized KidsA new study led by a pediatrician at UPMC Children's Hospital found that children can develop neurological symptoms from COVID.
Workers Braving The Cold In Below-Freezing TempsThe bone-chilling temperatures Friday left many people trying to find ways to warm up. But for some, being outside is unavoidable because it’s how they make a living; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports.
Police: Man Kills Woman With PFA Against Him At Bellevue Bus StopPolice have arrested a suspect in connection with a deadly shooting in Bellevue earlier this week.
Student Hospitalized After Fight At Brashear High SchoolA disturbing fight inside Brashear High School left a 17-year-old student unconscious. Paramedics rushed him to the hospital early Friday afternoon; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (1/21)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's 7-day forecast!
Interested In Open Position, Ousted Pine-Richland Football Coach Eric Kasperowicz Drops Lawsuits Against DistrictThere's a new twist in the Pine-Richland football coach saga. Former coach Eric Kasperowicz is dropping both lawsuits he filed against the district and school officials after his contract wasn't renewed.
City Of Pittsburgh Begins Termination Process Against 8 Officers Involved In Jim Rogers' DeathThe city of Pittsburgh has started the disciplinary process that could result in the termination of eight officers involved in the death of Jim Rogers, sources tell KDKA's Chris Hoffman.
Reporter Update: Fight At Brashear HS Sends Student To HospitalKDKA's Meghan Schiller has the latest on a violent incident today at Brashear High School that sent one student to the hospital.
Reporter Update: Some Residents Still Without Heat In BloomfieldKDKA's Amy Wadas reports from Bloomfield where some residents are still without heat in their apartment complex.