Making Television In The Age Of COVID-19Pittsburgh Today Live’s David Highfield talks with Tim Kaiser, a Western Pennsylvania native and TV producer, about how Hollywood will make television shows in the age of coronavirus.
Something Good: Hunt For HistoryPittsburgh Today Live’s Heather and David have details on a new historical-themed scavenger hunt!
Airbnb Opens At U.S.’s Last BlockbusterPittsburgh Today Live’s Heather and David take us to the new Airbnb at the country’s last Blockbuster!
Timeshare Termination Team’s Tips For Canceling Your Timeshare MortgagePittsburgh Today Live’s Mikey Hood talks with Andrew Jensen, of the Timeshare Termination Team, about how to cancel your timeshare mortgage.
Real Estate Checklist: Pre-Listing Home MakeoverReal estate expert Bonnie Loya and her home buying Buddy have some tips on what you need to do before putting you home on the market.
Cooking With Rania: Summer SaladsRania Harris, of Rania’s Catering, is making use of those fruits and vegetables from the garden this week with two summer salads!
Back-To-School Offices For The KidsPittsburgh Today Live’s Mikey Hood talks with Tri-State Office Furniture’s Ben Guida about making an at-home office for the kids for back-to-school.
Penguins Not Renewing Contracts Of Assistant Coaches Sergei Gonchar, Mark Recchi And Jacques MartinThe Pittsburgh Penguins say the contracts of assistant coaches Sergei Gonchar, Jacques Martin and Mark Recchi will not be renewed. Katie Johnston reports.
Reporter Update: Heart Conditions Linked To CoronavirusSome athletes with coronavirus have been found to have inflammation of the heart. So what does this mean for sports? KDKA’s Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Reporter Update: No Foul Play Suspected In Duquesne Student’s Death, Attorneys SayThe attorneys representing Duquesne University in the case of a football player’s death held a press conference Wednesday morning; KDKA’s Lindsay Ward reports.
KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (8/12)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Mary Ours’ forecast!
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 849 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Case Count Now Over 121,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 849 new cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday and 33 additional deaths.
Law Firm Representing Duquesne University Says There Was No Foul Play In Student’s DeathThe law firm representing Duquesne University in the case involving a student’s death shared a detailed timeline of what happened before and after the tragic incident; KDKA’s Lindsay Ward reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 13 Additional Deaths, Increasing Coronavirus Toll To 273 CountywideThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 70 new Coronavirus cases Wednesday out of 1,775 test results, and 13 additional deaths.
Boil Water Advisory Issued For 2 Pittsburgh Neighborhoods After Water Main BreakParts of Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar and Homewood North are under a precautionary Flush and Boil Water Advisory, PWSA says.
Allegheny County Judge Faces Several Counts Of MisconductAn Allegheny County judge who allegedly made racially insensitive comments is facing six counts of judicial misconduct; KDKA’s Andy Sheehan reports.
Hibernate 2020 Away!Pittsburgh Today Live’s Heather and David are ready for 2020 to be over.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Aug. 12, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live’s Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what’s coming up on the show.
Canonsburg Forming Diversity Task ForceAccording to Canonsburg’s mayor, the borough will be forming a Diversity And Inclusion Recognition Task Force.
Two Cars Catch Fire In Wilkins TownshipOvernight, two cars caught fire in Wilkins Township and the fire marshal is investigating the cause.
Pittsburgh Calling For Local Artists To Design Hand-Washing StationsThe hunt is on for illustrators and comic artists wanted to create art for handwashing stations downtown and Celina Pompeani has the latest details!
Long-Term Care Facility Dealing With Coronavirus SpikeMonroeville Rehabilitation and Wellness Center is blaming a lag in testing results for a recent spike in cases of coronavirus among residents and staff members. KDKA’s Lindsay Ward has the latest details.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (8/12)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
Keeping Students On Track While Learning OnlineRemote and online learning presents a unique challenge for some students that are used to going to school in-person. KDKA’s John Shumway spoke with the CEO of PA Cyber about the ways to keep a student up-to-speed while learning from home.