State senators voted to amend the state constitution on election rules.
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Pine Richland Parent Group Calls District's Sexual Assault Response Into QuestionPROSPR Now, a volunteer parent group in the Pine Richland School District is calling on the district to better its response to sexual assault allegations. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has the story.
Giant Eagle To Require Employees To Wear MasksBeginning this week, Giant Eagle will once again require its employees to wear masks and it will request customers also wear masks while in the store.
KDKA News Update PM: August 2, 2021KDKA News Update PM: August 2, 2021
Parrot Reunited With Owner In Mt. WashingtonA good samaritan helped a parrot owner in Mt. Washington reunite with their pet.
Marlin Woods Files To Run For MayorA businessman from East Liberty, Marlin Woods, has officially filed the paperwork to run as an independent candidate for Mayor of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Fatties Social ClubA new group is seeking to make Pittsburgh a more welcoming place for those who are overweight. KDKA's Meghan Schiller spoke with All Bodies Welcome Yoga's Emily Anderson about the "Pittsburgh Fatties Social Club."
Westmoreland County Man Accused Of Trying To Smuggle In Urine For Drug TestA Hempfield Township man is facing charges for allegedly trying to fake a drug test.
Homeowners At Risk After Mortgage Foreclosure Moratorium EndsThousands of homeowners who failed to make their mortgage payments could be at risk too after the eviction moratorium ended. KDKA's Jon Delano takes a closer look at what can be done to help.
Mortgage Foreclosure Moratorium Ends As Feds And State Ramp Up Program To Help HomeownersWhen the moratorium on evictions ended on July 31, so did a moratorium on foreclosures on delinquent home mortgages. Thousands of Pennsylvanians could be at risk of losing their homes; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Joy Riders Help Those With Mobility Issues Explore The CityToday, the Joy Riders, a volunteer group that helps those with mobility issues go for bike rides, took an 80-year-old man, on a ride throughout the city.
KDKA Investigates: Examining Connections Between Plea Deals And Race In Allegheny County DA's OfficeWhen a prominent Black attorney accused the Allegheny County DA's Office of systemic racism, the allegations started a firestorm. KDKA Investigator Andy Sheehan takes an in-depth look at plea deals and race.
Carrick Stabbing Suspect, Who Victims Say Claimed To Be Jesus, Found Hiding In Basement Ceiling RaftersWhat started as a conversation about religion turned into a stabbing spree inside an apartment building in Carrick; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.
Travelers Frustrated With Canceled Spirit Airline FlightsAs people hoping to get out of town at both Pittsburgh International Airport and Arnold Palmer Regional Airport arrived to find out their Spirit Airline flights had been delayed or canceled. KDKA's Ross Guidotti has the story.
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FOR WEB/CBSN: Jerome Bettis Announces COVID-19 Positive DiagnosisFOR WEB/CBSN: Jerome Bettis Announces COVID-19 Positive Diagnosis
2nd Penn State Student Dies From COVID-19A second Penn State student has died of COVID-19.
Carnegie Mellon University Reinstating Mask RequirementsBeginning on August 15, Carnegie Mellon University has brought back its mask requirement on campus. KDKA's Andy Sheehan has the story.
Multiple Local Counties Have 'Substantial' COVID-19 TransmissionAccording to the CDC, multiple local counties now have a substantial level of COVID-19 transmission; KDKA's Bryant Reed reports from Armstrong County.
As Eviction Moratorium Ends, Many Scrambling For ResourcesAs of today, the eviction moratorium has been lifted across the U.S. and it has many wondering if they'll have a roof over their heads. As KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports, there are still resources for those across the city that may be facing eviction.
Examining Rise In Young People's Involvement In Local Violence Part 2Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Assistant Professor of Public Health Practice Richard Garland about the factors that are contributing to a rise in violence among youth in Pittsburgh.
New Study Shows Disparities In Distribution Of Life-Saving MedicationLynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Dr. Utibe Essien with the University of Pittsburgh's Medical School about how research has revealed Black patients, Hispanic patients, Native American patients and Alaskan Native patients were less likely to get newer blood-thinner medications.
Examining Rise In Young People's Involvement In Local Violence Part 1Lynne Hayes Freeland spoke with Assistant Professor of Public Health Practice Richard Garland about the factors that are contributing to a rise in violence among youth in Pittsburgh.
Reporter Update: Man Faces Charges In Triple StabbingA man is facing several charges for allegedly stabbing three people in Carrick; KDKA's Briana Smith reports.