Sunday Business Page: Recovery Centers of America In MonroevilleKDKA’s Jon Delano spoke with Michael Ogden, CEO of the Recovery Centers of America in Monroeville.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (11/22)Get the latest weather updates from meteorologist Mary Ours!
Latest Coronavirus Death Toll ProjectionsAn influential model forecasts hundreds of thousands more Coronavirus deaths by March, KDKA’s Chris Hoffman reports.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (11/21)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!
Owner Of Popular Custard Stand Dies From COVID-19 ComplicationsPaul “Windy” Young, the owner of Young’s Custard Stand in Zelienople died from complications brought on by COVID-19.
Food Bank Volunteers Stay Safe During Food DistributionsWith Thanksgiving just a few days away, the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank gave away meals to those who need it and as KDKA’s Chris Hoffman reports, safety is still the first priority.
Sen. Pat Toomey Calls On President Trump To Begin TransistionIn a statement, Pennsylvania Republican Senator Pat Toomey called on President Trump to accept the results of the election and begin the transition to President-Elect Joe Biden.
Pittsburgh Artist Johno Prascak Brings Unique Work To Pittsburgh SportsJohno Prascak’s artwork can be found all over; the Pro Football Hall of Fame, fan caves, and even the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library! However, it was his first client that he always remembers. He spoke with Rich Walsh about his art and his first client.
Skin In The Game: Justin RauschJustin Rausch is a Brighton Heights native living in Los Angeles, but one look at the tattoo on his forearm and there’s no denying he’s got 412 pride!
Ray-Z: SuperstitiousThe Steelers for the first time ever are 9-0 to start the season and is Ray-Z responsible for the hot start? He sure thinks so.
Public Art Display Honors Pittsburgh Sports HeroesA new, free public art installation in downtown Pittsburgh from Downtown Renowned will pay homage to 14 Pittsburgh sports legends! Jack Dougherty of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership talks to Daisy Jade and Rich Walsh about the new project!
Fan Cave: Chris ShermanChris Sherman of Imperial may have a fan cave that looks like all the rest, but take a look inside and you’ll see there is so much more to it!
Skin In The Game: Pens, Pirates, Steelers, And Pomp?John Stubenraugh III is a huge Pittsburgh sports fan and has the tattoos to prove it! With so much 412 ink, he took a step further and got a tattoo of Bob Pompeani’s autograph and brought us and Pomp along for the ride!
The Steelers Helmet JeepsterRay and Kathy Kasunick of Ohio Township have a car you might have seen around town! It’s a Jeepster designed to look like a Steelers helmet and it’s one of a kind!
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KDKA-TV Evening Forecast (11/21)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s forecast!
Allegheny County Appeals Provisional Ballot RulingThe Allegheny County Board of Elections is appealing a decision that dismissed some provisional ballots.
Pennsylvania GOP Files Suit To Declare Mail-In Ballots UnconstitutionalRep. Mike Kelly and others have filed a lawsuit that seeks to declare Pennsylvania vote-by-mail system as unconstitutional.
Federal Judges Dimisses Lawsuit To Stop CertificationA federal judge in Pennsylvania dismissed a lawsuit from the Trump Campaign that sought to stop the certification of the election results.
North Hills Allowing Winter Sports To BeginBeginning on December 1, North Hills School District will allow select winter sports to begin practicing.
Allegheny County Reports Record COVID Deaths In One DayThe Allegheny County Health Department reported 15 coronavirus deaths on Saturday, a record in the county since the start of the pandemic.
9 Residents Die In COVID-19 Outbreak At Washington Township Nursing Home9 residents have died of COVID-19 at Quality Life Services nursing home in the last month.
Construction For New North Shore Parking Garage UnderwayThe garage is expected to open in September of 2021.
‘The Frick Pittsburgh’ Temporarily Closing Amid Stay-At-Home AdvisoryA local attraction is temporarily suspending visits amid Allegheny County’s stay-at-home advisory issued earlier this week.