Pittsburgh Magazine's Sean Collier has a look at some of the best events coming up around town this weekend!
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (1/26)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
The Great Tablet DebateHow much screen time is too much screen time? It's a debate between parents, caregivers, and even healthcare professionals. John Shumway spoke with a parent and a child psychologist about the issue.
Wilkinsburg School District Appoints New SuperintendentDr. Joe Maluchnik has served as interim Superintendent since last May.
Planning Commission Delays Vote On East Liberty DevelopmentSeveral community members and artists have raised concerns regarding the Kelly Strayhorn Theater.
A Bitter Blast Of Cold TemperaturesKDKA's Bryant Reed reports live from the Mobile Weather Lab on how to stay safe while staying warm.
Gov. Wolf To Veto Gun Law BillThe bill that passed the Senate would allow people to sue over local, county, and municipal gun laws and Governor Wolf has said he plans to veto the bill.
Pitt Warns Of Email Phishing ScamThe university's IT department says emails are being sent to students, faculty, and staff.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: January 25, 2021 (Pt. 2)KDKA's Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Chris Mueller discuss the sports topics of the day.
Ireland Contracting Nightly Sports Call: January 25, 2021 (Pt. 1)KDKA's Bob Pompeani and 93.7 The Fan's Chris Mueller discuss the sports topics of the day.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (1/25)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's 7-day forecast!
Friends And Family Call For Answers After Woman Killed In SheradenFamily and friends gathered to remember a woman killed in Sheraden over the weekend.
West Jefferson Hills School Board Votes To Not Renew Superintendent's ContractThe superintendent of the West Jefferson Hills School District could be on his way out.
Man Charged In Shots Fired Outside Waterworks WalmartA man is facing charges after an argument inside the Waterworks Walmart led to shots fired in the parking lot last month.
Man Accused Of Threatening State Rep.A man is headed for trial on charges that he threatened the office of State Rep. Pam Snyder.
State Senate Committee Advances Constitutional Amendment Against AbortionA Republican-backed amendment declaring there is no constitutional right to abortion has advanced to the full state Senate.
KDKA News Update PM: January 25, 2022KDKA News Update PM: January 25, 2022
Most Americans Don't Have $1,000 On Hand, and Retirement Savings Makes It Harder To Save For EmergenciesMost Americans do not have the cash on hand to cover an emergency expense of $1,000, according to a new study; KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Charges Held Against Man Accused Of Trying To Grab Girl At Coraopolis Bus StopPeople gathered outside of Magisterial District Court in Coraopolis to show their support for a 9-year-old girl named Dezi who fought back when a stranger tried to drag her from her bus stop; KDKA's Jessica Guay reports.
Woman Accused In Fraud SchemeA woman from Westmoreland County is accused of taking part in a credit card fraud scheme that spanned the globe.
Study: Most Americans Do Not Have $1,000 Cash On Hand For EmergenciesMost Americans do not have the cash on hand to cover an emergency expense of $1,000, a new study reports. KDKA's Jon Delano has the story.
FDA Halts Use Of 2 Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Shown To Struggle Against OmicronThe Food and Drug Administration announced Monday the removal of two monoclonal antibody treatments after evidence showed they’re less effective against the Omicron variant; KDKA's Erika Stanish reports.
As Youth Violence Surges, Community Seeks AnswersCommunity leaders meet with street outreach workers to talk about answers as youth violence surges.
KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (1/25)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's 7-day forecast!
Brashear High School Principal Put On Administrative Leave Following Hallway BrawlPittsburgh Public Schools confirms the principal is on "non-disciplinary paid administrative leave pending a District review of last Friday’s incident."