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North Shore Studio
Clean studio available in Allegheny West neighborhood!

Brentwood 1 Bedroom
Large, updated 1 bedroom apartment in Brentwood available June 1st. Heat Included!

1 Bedroom - Brentwood
completely updated 1 bedroom with hardwood floors and stainless appliances!

Studio in Dormont Available May 1. All Utilities Included!

Brentwood 2 Bedroom
Bright and clean 2 bedroom in a fantastic Brentwood location!

Friendship 1 Bedroom
Remodeled and clean 1 bedroom available in Friendship. All utilities included!

Spacious 3 Bedroom House
Beautifully updated home with spacious living areas and stainless appliances!

Large 2 Bedroom - Brentwood
Bright open and spacious 2 bedroom available 4/1. Heat included!

3 Bedroom Remodeled Home
Remodeled 3 bedroom in a fantastic Castle Shannon neighborhood!

Brookline 2 Bedroom House
Updated 2 bedroom house with refinished wood floors and off street parking!

Updated Two Bedroom
Updated and bright two bedroom with central AC and Off Street parking in Mt. Washington!

Allegheny West Studio
Large studio with upgrades available March 1st in Allegheny West!

North Shore Studio
Bright and spacious studio apartment available in Allegheny West!

Friendship Studio
Remodeled Studio with high ceilings in Friendship. All Utilities Included!

Remodeled Studio!
Great Studio apartment close to PNC Park, Heinz field and downtown!

North Shore Studio
Nicely updated Studio in beautiful Allegheny West!

Studio - All Utilities Included!
Clean studio available in the heart of historic Allegheny West. All Utilities Included in Rent!

Large Friendship Studio
Large Studio with high ceilings and off street parking available in Friendship!

Mt Washington 1 Bedroom
Spacious 1 bedroom with off street parking in the heart of Mt. Washington!

North Shore Studio
Updated Studio close to CCAC and Downtown!

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‘Christmas Morning’: Westmoreland County Businesses, Shoppers Look For Sense Of Normalcy In ‘Green’ Phase
WESTMORELAND COUNTY (KDKA) — Westmoreland County was among those moved into the “green” phase of reopening on Friday. Business owners, shoppers and customers say they are looking for some sense of normalcy. “It’s funny, my favorite color is green,” said

Bond Revoked For Man Accused Of Leaving Backpack Of Explosives Next To Downtown Pittsburgh Building
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Bond has been revoked for a man accused of leaving a backpack of explosives next to a downtown Pittsburgh building. Matthew Michanowicz, 52, is charged with possessing weapons of mass destruction and possession of explosive or incendi

FBI Arrests 2 Erie Men Accused Of Bringing Gun, Ammunition, Fire-Starting Material To Cleveland Protest
CLEVELAND (AP) — The FBI arrested two Pennsylvania men early Friday after police said they brought a handgun, ammunition and fire-starting material to Cleveland during a recent protest over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Federal officials identi

Man Arrested In Stowe Township Attended East Liberty Protest, Roommate Says
ALLEGHENY COUNTY (KDKA) — Federal agents raided a Stowe Township home and arrested a man. On Friday, officials were at the house along Russellwood Avenue. A man who lives there says the agents told him they were there because of something his roommate po

Living Room Sports: Steelers Rookies Chase Claypool, Kevin Dotson Talk About NFL Draft Process
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Steelers rookies Chase Claypool and Kevin Dotson joined KDKA’s Bob Pompeani and Rich Walsh on Friday’s edition of “Living Room Sports.” (Photo Credit: KDKA) Claypool is a wide receiver and was chosen with the No. 49 pick by

Photos: A peaceful protest marches from Bloomfield to Mayor Bill Peduto's home in Point Breeze

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 CP Photo: Jared Wickerham
 On Friday afternoon, a protest organized by Allies for Black Lives and Pittsburgh Feminists for Intersectional marked the seventh consecutive day of action

In-Person Mass Canceled At 6 Diocese Of Pittsburgh Churches Due To Potential Coronavirus Exposure
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh has canceled in-person Mass this weekend at multiple churches due to a potential coronavirus exposure. On Friday, the diocese said the cancelations are for the Shrines of Pittsburgh grouping after th

‘Potential For Another National Crisis’: Delay In Primary Ballot Counting Raises Concerns About Pa.’s November Election
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — We still don’t have final election results in the statewide Democratic primary for auditor general. Pittsburgh City Controller Michael Lamb is ahead, but it’s not clear if he’s going to win. With new voting systems, consolidated pollin

‘Anarchy’: Pittsburgh Police Union Chief Says City Was ‘Ill-Prepared’ And Understaffed For Downtown Riots
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police union president Robert Swartzwelder reacted strongly to Mayor Peduto’s criticism, accusing the city of not having a plan in place to prevent the destruction of downtown Pittsburgh businesses during last Saturday’s protests. “Thi

Construction Leads To Overnight Closures On Interstate 579 Next Week
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is closing parts of I-579 next week for construction. The construction is part of a $29.34 million project, which will lead to a new green space, including the creation of bicycle routes, p

Medical Experts Say There Are Lessons To Be Learned From The Coronavirus Pandemic
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — As the first wave passes and restrictions lift, what lessons have we learned?“The biggest lesson was that we didn’t learn from other people’s mistakes,” says Dr. Tariq Cheema, of AHN’s Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. “We should h

Economists: Phased Reopening Of States Has Helped Unemployment Numbers
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The new federal unemployment numbers are in. May saw a drop to 13.3% after being at 14.7% in April.Experts believe one of those factors that helped the unemployment rate was the phased reopening of the states. Fancypants Popcorn finall

Furry Tails: Steeler, Lovey & Mindy Are Waiting For Forever Homes
Are you looking to bring a pet into your home? Local animal shelters are a great place to find a furry companion. So, as part of Furry Tails, I’ll be doing an ongoing feature on adoptable pets from local animal shelters once a week. If you have room in yo

Businesses Go Green: Employees, Customers Adjust To A New Normal In Allegheny County
ALLEGHENY COUNTY (KDKA) — You know that surge of traffic when the light turns green. That’s what today was like as the region entered the COVID-19 Precautions Green Phase.All of a sudden after ten weeks of calm, it was busy everywhere both on tires and on

Ohio Governor Responds After Ohio National Guardsman Was Removed From Federal Mission For Reported White Supremacist Comments
COLUMBUS, Ohio (KDKA) — Ohio Governor Mike DeWine took to Twitter to address an incident involving an Ohio National Guardsman. I want to take a moment to address a situation regarding a member of the @OHNationalGuard, who was removed from the mission in

Federal Charges Filed Against Brian Bartels, 20-Year-Old Accused Of Inciting Violence And Riots In Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Pennsylvania has filed federal charges against the 20-year-old accused of inciting violence and riots in Pittsburgh on Saturday. On Friday, U.S. Attorney Scott Brady said Brian Bar

Post-Gazette staffers are posting tweet that got a Black reporter removed from protest coverage in solidarity

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 After the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh revealed, via letter, that the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette had removed Black reporter Alexis Johnson from coverage of George Floyd protests in Pittsburgh, a number of loca

Mother Of Man Convicted In Police Officer’s Death Sentenced To Probation
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The mother of a man convicted of killing a New Kensington police officer was sentenced Friday. Police say Sherry Holt lied to them about where her son, Rahmael Holt, was in the days following the shooting death of Officer Brian Shaw.

Protesters Gather In Beechview For 7th Consecutive Day Of George Floyd Demonstrations
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A second protest of the day began when demonstrators gathered outside the McDonald’s on West Liberty Avenue. (Photo Credit: KDKA) KDKA’s Shelby Cassese is one the scene in Beechview and reports a few hundred people are protesting. It

4 J.C. Penney Locations Closing In Southwestern Pa.
NEW YORK (AP/KDKA) — J.C. Penney says it will start closing 154 of its stores next week in what it is calling the first phase of its efforts to shrink its footprint. The Plano, Texas-based retailer said it could take about 10 to 16 weeks to complete the

Peoples Gas Offers Utility Assistance For Households Struggling During Coronavirus Pandemic
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) from Peoples Gas has announced a new program to help Pennsylvanians with utility needs this summer. The initiative is called LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program. Funds will be availab

Cedar Point, Amusement Parks, Public Attractions In Ohio Slated To Reopen In Two Weeks
COLUMBUS, Ohio (KDKA) — Cedar Point and other recreational parks in Ohio are slated to reopen in two weeks. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tweeted that casinos, racinos, amusement and water parks are all included in the reopening plan on Friday. ➡ NEW: Two

Pittsburgh Police Creates Taskforce To Investigate Violent Protesters
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police announced the creation of a new taskforce after some local protests have turned violent. The taskforce is called the the Damage Assessment and Accountability Taskforce (DAAT) and was reportedly formed earlier in the

WWE NXT TakeOver: In Your House Picks: Can Charlotte Flair, Adam Cole Retain?
(CBSNewYork/CBS Local Sports) — The last time NXT held a TakeOver event, most of the world was just beginning to hear of COVID-19 and social distancing sounded like something you’d only find on Urban Dictionary. It had only been a couple weeks since healt

Penguins To Begin Voluntary Training Sessions At UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Penguins will be beginning voluntary small-group training next week at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry Township. However, fans will not be permitted inside for the sessions. All players will first undergo a

Pittsburgh Port Authority Installs Protective Plexiglass Shields In All Buses
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Port Authority announced that all Port Authority buses have plexiglass shields installed. (Photo Credit: Port Authority Twitter) The glass is designed to physically distance the drivers from other passengers. Port Authorit

Beaver County, 11 Other Counties Enter Green Phase Of Gov. Wolf’s Reopening Plan; Erie County Sees A Rise In Case Numbers
HARRISBURG (AP/KDKA) — Gov. Wolf announced on Friday that Beaver County will enter the green phase next Friday. Beaver County saw significant case numbers and deaths at Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center. Last week, the Secretary of Health and Human Serv

Slippery Rock University Will Return For In-Person Classes This Fall; Semester Will End Before December
SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. (KDKA) — Slippery Rock University announced it intends to have in-person classes this fall semester. The announcement comes after the Pennsylvania Department of Education issued new guidance about students, faculty and staff returning

West Virginia Governor Removes Fire Commissioner Over Social Media Posts
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia fire commissioner has been removed over “inappropriate and inflammatory” social media posts, Gov. Jim Justice said. Martin Hess was removed Thursday from the West Virginia State Fire Commission after Justice was ma

Community Activists Call For Pittsburgh Public Schools’ Superintendent’s Contract Not To Be Renewed
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Members of the coalition Black Women for a Better Education sent Pittsburgh Public School’s board of directors a letter asking them not to renew Superintendent Dr. Anthony Hamlet’s contract. Hamlet was appointed the position of superi

Unemployment Unexpectedly Drops, But Full Recovery Not Imminent
(CBSNewYork) — Unemployment took a surprising turn in May. The official rate, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Friday morning, dropped to 13.3 percent, down from its 14.7 percent peak in April. (The actual unemployment rate is likely somewhat

Pitt Panthers Take A Stand Against Racism Amid National George Floyd Protests
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As protests regarding the death of George Floyd continue across the nation, the University of Pittsburgh Panthers football team has released an encouraging message on unification and the #BlackLivesMatter movement. The video, approxima

Protesters Step Off From Bloomfield’s Friendship Park As Some West Penn Hospital Workers Show Support
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Protesters began gathering in Friendship Park in Bloomfield Friday for a demonstration over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The crowd began gathering around noon, with the march kicking off at 12:30 p.m. (Photo Credit: KDKA P

As Port Authority rolls back coronavirus policies, transit advocates urge extending reduced fares

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 Local transit advocacy group Pittsburghers for Public Transit (PPT) led 31 speakers to testify at the monthly Port Authority of Allegheny County board meeting

Pa. Health Dept. Reports 443 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Climbs To Over 74,000 And Death Toll Rises To 5,886
HARRISBURG (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 443 new cases of Coronavirus on Friday, and 69 additional deaths. The statewide total number of cases has risen to 74,385. The Health Department says all 67 counties in Pennsylvania ha

Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 8 New Cases And 3 More Deaths, Total Countywide Coronavirus Cases Grow To 1,973
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting eight new Coronavirus cases Friday, and three additional deaths. The number of cases county-wide now totals 1,973 since March 14. This includes 1,845 confirmed cases and 128 probable

New Castle Police Investigating After Overnight Shooting Sends Two Victims To Hospital
NEW CASTLE (KDKA) — A shooting in New Castle sent two people to the hospital, according to the New Castle Police Department. The shooting occurred around 11:17 p.m. Thursday on the 1100 block of Booker Drive in the Harbor Heights Housing Complex. The vi

PTL Links: June 5, 2020
Pittsburgh Weather: Mostly Dry Day With Some Scattered ShowersAfter storms moved through the area on Thursday, Friday is looking to be mostly dry with maybe some scattered showers in the evening.Pittsburgh Weather: Chance Of Showers, Storms Prompts Severe

Rabid Raccoon Reported In Frazer Township
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Allegheny County Health Department was alerted to a rabid raccoon in Frazer Township. It was found near Days Run Road and Kurn Road in Frazer by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. They then transported the raccoon to a state labora

Eat’n Park Reopening Locations For Dine-In Service
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Among the businesses reopening their doors to customers on Friday, a Pittsburgh classic is one of them. Eat’n Park will be allowing dine-in service once again in the Pittsburgh area. “The very first Eat’n Park restaurant opened on J

‘Let’s Get Back To Business:’ Evgeni Malkin Posts On Instagram As NHL Teams Prepare To Restart Season
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Penguins’ assistant captain Evgeni Malkin is wasting no time making his way back to Pittsburgh after it was announced NHL teams could reopen their facilities next week. Malkin posted a selfie on Instagram in what appeared to be him

New Hangar Opens At 911th Airlift Wing
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A new hangar is now open at the Air Force Reserves 911th Airlift Wing in Pittsburgh. The new building can fit two C-17 Globemasters when they require fueling and inspections. Once they upgraded from the C-130 to the C-17, they requir

Going Green: Businesses In Southwestern Pennsylvania Move Into The Green Phase Of Reopening
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Friday morning is a big day for a lot of businesses in the region as they will unlock their doors and allow customers back inside. Some of these businesses have been closed for nearly three months, so it comes as a welcomed relief. Re

Five Popular Races Combine To Create Virtual #TogetherApartPGH 5K
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Five of Pittsburgh’s more popular summer races are combining to create a new, virtual event. Registration is open for the “#TogetherApartPGH” 5K. The Brookline Breeze, Greenfield Glide, Historic Hill 5K, Regent Square’s Run Around T

Pittsburgh Weather: Mostly Dry Day With Some Scattered Showers
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Most of today will be dry with only a scattered storm chance for most of the afternoon. One exception, however, will be for those living along and south of I-70 where there will be a decent chance for a passing rain shower or two this

North Huntingdon Township House Fire Under Investigation
NORTH HUNTINGDON (KDKA) – A home in North Huntingdon Township was damaged overnight. The fire broke out around 12:30 this morning at a home on Buttermilk Hollow Road. The occupants were able to get out safely but a dog was injured. The cause of the fir

Pennsylvania Resources Council Traveling Recycling Bin Coming To Area
HAMPTON TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – This weekend those needing to recycle glass will have the opportunity to do so at the Pennsylvania Resources Council’s traveling recycling bin. The first stop will be the Hampton Township Pool parking lot. It will be there from

Pennsylvania Still Counting Mail-In Ballots
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Throughout the state, mail-in ballots are still being counted. Pennsylvania counties have received 1.4 million mail-in votes and counting. Voters in Allegheny County and five other counties were granted a week extension to get their

Penn State Football Players Can Return To Campus On Monday
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (KDKA) – The Nittany Lions have a plan to get their football program up and running again. Players will be allowed to return to campus starting on Monday. Once they return they will be screened and if they are medically cleared, they c

Pittsburgh Riverhounds, USL Championship League Votes To Start Season July 11
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The first Pittsburgh professional sports team to return to play could be the Riverhounds. On Thursday, the USL Championship Board of Governors voted to start the 2020 season on July 11. “Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC will work with local
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