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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Slides At Mammoth Park To Reopen This WeekThe giant slides at Mammoth Park in Westmoreland County are getting ready to reopen with some changes.
Pittsburgh Chiropractor Goes Viral On TikTokKDKA's Kym Gable has more with the now-viral social media star.
Storm Brings Down Trees, Damages HomesKDKA's Pam Surano assess the damage left behind.
Pa. Lawmaker Introduces Bill That Makes It Illegal For Employer To Require VaccinesRuss Diamond has introduced H.B. 262 to prohibit all employers from requiring vaccinations as a condition of employment.
Fraternal Order Of Police President Wants Body Cameras Before Citizen Review BoardAs the vote on forming a citizen's police review board in Washington was tabled, the president of the fraternal order of police says he would rather body cameras for officers before a board is formed. KDKA's Amy Wadas has the story.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (6/14)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Massive Drug Bust In New StantonKDKA's Ross Guidotti has more on a massive drug bust in New Stanton.
Tracking The Storm Damage In Western Pa.KDKA meteorologist Kristin Emery tracks the damage.
Toddler In Critical Condition After Fall From WindowPittsburgh Public Safety said a toddler is in critical condition after he fell from a second-floor window. KDKA's Jennifer Borrasso has more.
Friends Remember The Lives Lost In Biomat USA CrashA crash over the weekend killed three and injured several others after a car barreled into the Biomat USA Plasma Donation Center in Manchester. Those that worked with them say they were beloved. KDKA's Nicole Ford has the story.
Pa. Man Wins $3 Million In LotteryA man from Pennsylvania is now $3 million richer. KDKA's Royce Jones has more on what he plans to do with the money.
Cleanup Efforts Begin As More Severe Weather ApproachesSunday storms brought heavy rains and winds and while they didn't last long, they caused a lot of damage and power outages. KDKA's Bryant Reed surveyed some of the damage and how people are recovering.
Conversation With Children's Author Of 'The Adventures of Pittsburgh' Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with children's author Erica Pullen about her latest book and her other works.
Conversation With Children's Author Of 'The Adventures of Pittsburgh' Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with children's author Erica Pullen about her latest book and her other works.
Reporter Update: Washington County Body CamsCity of Washington Police are looking into getting body cameras for the force; KDKA's Amy Wadas has the story tonight on KDKA-TV News and CBSN Pittsburgh.
Reporter Update: Million Dollar BustA woman was caught with a million dollars’ worth of drugs and money; KDKA's Ross Guidotti has the story tonight on KDKA-TV News and CBSN Pittsburgh.
Second Lady Calls For Support On Dog Law BillGisele Fetterman is asking Pennsylvanians to support a bill that would help fund the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement.
Residents Deal With The Aftermath Of Storm DamageMany people are having to deal with property damage, lost power and fallen trees after last night's storms; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.
Gov. Wolf, Democrats Looking To Help Communities Affected By Climate ChangeA proposal from Gov. Tom Wolf and Pennsylvania Democrats seeks to help communities affected by climate change through funding from the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
Former PWSA Supervisor Charged With Violating Clean Water ActJames Paprocki, a former PWSA supervisor, was charged in federal court for violating the Clean Water Act.
Squirrel Hill Businesses, Roadways Adjusting To Loss Of PowerSunday's storms caused several power outages across the region, including the busy streets of Squirrel Hill, which had to operate without stoplights and businesses needed to adjust to a lack of power.
Three Victims Killed In Biomat USA Crash IdentiifedThe three people who lost their lives on Saturday when a car crashed into the Biomat USA donation center on Western Avenue have been identified, including the person inside the vehicle.
Breadworks Working To Keep Service Moving Amid Power OutagesFor the first time in over 40 years, the historic Breadworks in the North Side was unable to deliver bread to its customers due to a power outage.
AHN's Annual Butterfly Release Supports Local Families Grieving Neonatal LossAllegheny Health Network's AngelHeart Perinatal Bereavement Team hosted its annual butterfly release event.