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One person injured in Elliott fire The fire broke out around 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday along Gibson Street. 52M ago
Pittsburgh City Council passes emergency bill to get water fountains up and running The bill will authorize paying overtime to PWSA plumbers to turn the fountains on. 2H ago
Stage AE moving three concerts indoors due to extreme heat in Pittsburgh Most of the Pittsburgh area is under an excessive heat warning through Friday. 2H ago
Pittsburgh, other communities open cooling centers amid heat wave With Pittsburgh bracing for a heat wave, several cooling centers across the area are opening up. 4H ago
Pirates lose 2-1 to Reds as offense struggles to score runs Nick Lodolo allowed one run in seven innings to win a fifth straight start, Santiago Espinal hit a two-run homer and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1. 2H ago
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GOP senator blocks Democratic bill to ban bump stocks A Republican senator blocked a Democratic-led attempt to pass legislation Tuesday that would have restored a Trump-era ban on bump stocks. 11H ago
Biden plan offers legal status to 500,000 immigrant spouses of U.S. citizens The Biden administration's program will benefit unauthorized immigrants with American citizen spouses, if they have lived in the U.S. for at least 10 years. 12H ago
Beaver County Housing Authority leaders have taken dozens of glamorous out-of-state trips The executive director and board members of the Beaver County Housing Authority spend a lot of time out-of-state. Jun 17
Joe Manchin isn't a candidate 5 months before the election. But he still has time to change his mind After recently switching his party affiliation from Democrat to Independent, the 76-year-old Manchin is content to leave the Senate in January "and be able to hold a more normal life, if you will." Jun 16
Schumer to bring up vote on gun bump stocks ban after Supreme Court decision Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said he plans to bring up a vote on restoring the bump stock ban under unanimous consent, which could be halted by opposition from just a single lawmaker. Jun 16
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More than $22 billion will be spent on Father's Day, National Retail Federation says A National Retail Federation survey finds around 75% of Americans are expected to celebrate. Jun 16
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Allegheny County Police issue warning over nationwide scam involving hot air balloon festival Police say several people showed up to South Park over the weekend for a festival that didn't exist. Jun 11
Class-action lawsuit alleges certain Kia and Hyundai vehicles have a defect A class action lawsuit against Kia and Hyundai looks to hold the company accountable after more than 3,100 vehicle fires since 2010. Jun 13
Some Pa. residents on SNAP benefits say their EBT balances were stolen A man from Chester said his SNAP benefits, sometimes referred to as food stamps, were stolen and now he said he has no idea how he's going to put food on the table. Jun 8
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Pittsburgh Today Live Dress Your Pet Like Bret: June 18, 2024 Musician and Butler County native Bret Michaels wants to see your pets! 14H ago 01:40
Picklesburgh announces the "Olympickle" games Pittsburgh Today Live is honored to announce a new event at Picklesburgh. This year, they will be hosting the "Olympickle" games. 14H ago 02:11
Taste It Tuesday: Primanti's sandwich competitive eating contest Inspired by competitive eater Joey Chestnut, Heather Abraham and David Highfield are seeing how fast they can eat a Primanti's sandwich. 14H ago 04:20
On the Blue Carpet at the 77th Tony Awards Host David Highfield is catching us up on his trip to New York City, where he got to be on the Tony Awards' Blue Carpet and attend an after-party. 14H ago 07:39
Something Good: Shaler Area Boys Volleyball team won the PIAA state championship In today's Something Good, we wanted to say a big congratulations to the Shaler Area Boys Volleyball team for winning the state championship! 17H ago 00:37
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Commissioner wants answers about how Beaver County Housing Authority spends public's money Questions have been raised about how the director of the Beaver County Housing Authority and her board members are spending the public's money. 9H ago
Beaver County Housing Authority leaders have taken dozens of glamorous out-of-state trips The executive director and board members of the Beaver County Housing Authority spend a lot of time out-of-state. Jun 17
Shuman Juvenile Detention Center expected to reopen in 2 to 3 weeks, leaders say The Shuman Juvenile Detention Center has been closed amid complaints that the juvenile justice system has become a revolving door Jun 13
Class-action lawsuit alleges certain Kia and Hyundai vehicles have a defect A class action lawsuit against Kia and Hyundai looks to hold the company accountable after more than 3,100 vehicle fires since 2010. Jun 13
Does sunscreen expire? A dermatologist explains when it's time for a new bottle. The FDA says sunscreen lasts only three years, but a Pittsburgh dermatologist said you shouldn't even get that far. Jun 7
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Pitt researchers develop algorithm to predict depression during pregnancy Researchers at Pitt developed a way to identify which pregnant women will likely develop depression. 7H ago
Ohio hospital caring for 7 sets of newborn twins An Ohio hospital is seeing double. Jun 17
Nationwide to drop about 100,000 pet insurance policies The country's biggest provider of pet insurance cites rising cost of veterinary care in pulling product in some states. Jun 17
Social media apps need teen health warnings, surgeon general says Surgeon General Vivek Murthy said that teens' mental health is facing an "emergency," and that social media is part of the problem. Jun 17
Dr. Anthony Fauci on pandemics, partisan critics, and "the psyche of the country" Millions today owe their lives to the work of the man who devoted his career to public health, but in recent years Dr. Anthony Fauci has been targeted by a partisan, anti-science spectrum of opponents. Jun 16
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Pirates lose 2-1 to Reds as offense struggles to score runs Nick Lodolo allowed one run in seven innings to win a fifth straight start, Santiago Espinal hit a two-run homer and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1. 2H ago
Willie Mays, one of baseball's all-time greats, dies at age 93 Mays was a 24-time All-Star and his iconic over-the-shoulder catch is still considered one of the greatest in the history of the game. 6H ago
Pirates beat Reds 4-1 as Paul Skenes wins his fourth straight decision Skenes is 4-0 on the season and has 53 strikeouts in 39 1/3 innings. Jun 18
Boston Celtics defeat Dallas Mavericks to win 2024 NBA Finals The Boston Celtics took down the Dallas Mavericks to win the 2024 NBA Finals, the franchise's 18th title overall and first since 2008. Jun 17
Pittsburgh Steelers, other AFC North teams to be featured on in-season edition of "Hard Knocks" The Pittsburgh Steelers, with the other three teams in the AFC North, will be featured during the in-season edition of "Hard Knocks." Jun 17
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Study to look at reopening Ligonier Beach A master site development plan and a pool feasibility study has been awarded to a firm. 8H ago
Pittsburgh restaurant named in Yelp's top 100 sushi spots A Pittsburgh restaurant was named one of the best sushi restaurants in the United States by Yelp reviewers. 14H ago
Toxic garlic should have prompted EPA to warn against gardening near Ohio derailment, watchdog says A watchdog group says the Environmental Protection Agency should conduct additional soil studies around the site of a toxic train derailment in Ohio after independent testing found high levels of chemicals in locally grown garlic. Jun 14
Oakmont businesses already preparing for 2025's U.S. Open In just about one year from now, the U.S. Open will come to Oakmont Country Club. Jun 12
UPMC, leaders celebrate acquisition of Washington Health System Earlier this month, the two-hospital system officially became UPMC Greene and UPMC Washington. Jun 12
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Justin Timberlake arrested for DWI on Long Island Singer Justin Timberlake was arrested early Tuesday on Long Island, Sag Harbor police said. He was charged with driving while intoxicated. 8H ago
Pittsburgh native Billy Porter among Carnegie Mellon alumni to take home 4 Tony Awards Pittsburgh native Billy Porter is among the Carnegie Mellon alumni who took home statuettes during the 2024 Tony Awards on Sunday night. 10H ago
Pittsburgh Steelers, other AFC North teams to be featured on in-season edition of "Hard Knocks" The Pittsburgh Steelers, with the other three teams in the AFC North, will be featured during the in-season edition of "Hard Knocks." Jun 17
Who won Tony Awards for 2024: full list of winners and nominees See the full list of winners and nominees from the 2024 Tony Awards. Jun 17
Princess Kate shares health update, announces first public appearance Kensington Palace releases a new photo of Kate as the Princess of Wales offers an update on her cancer treatment and announces a step back into public life. Jun 14
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Latest Videos West Mifflin council votes down proposed pet limit ordinance The ordinance would've limited how many pets residents would've been able to own. 3H ago 00:14
NTSB releases preliminary report into Youngstown explosion The deadly blast took the life of a Penn Hills graduate last month. 3H ago 00:48
Firefighters battle 3-alarm blaze in Pittsburgh's Elliott The fire broke out along Gibson Street just after 9:30 p.m. 3H ago 00:42
Emergency resolution surrounding water fountains passed by Pittsburgh City Council The bill will authorize paying overtime to plumbers from PWSA to turn the fountains on. 3H ago 01:10
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (6/18) Get the latest weather updates with First Alert Meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast. 4H ago 03:06
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Photos show damage after storms roll through Pittsburgh area Residents in Western Pennsylvania are cleaning up after storms rolled through the region on Monday. Jun 17 9 photos
Pro-Palestinian protesters return to University of Pittsburgh Pro-Palestinian protesters set up a new encampment at the University of Pittsburgh. Jun 4 11 photos
John Shumway goes "cow cuddling" at Hickory Hearth Highlands Check out some of the pictures and video from my visit to Hickory Hearth Highlands! May 31 10 photos
Photos show extensive damage caused by explosion in downtown Youngstown, Ohio An explosion in downtown Youngstown, Ohio, rocked the Realty Building and injured several people. May 28 9 photos
Boaz Frankel goes on Icelandic adventure for PTL and Talk Pittsburgh PTL and Talk Pittsburgh's Boaz Frankel hopped aboard the inaugural Icelandair flight from Pittsburgh International Airport to Reykjavík, Iceland. May 24 14 photos
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