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Police: Westmoreland County woman arrested after son ingested cannabis
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - A Westmoreland County woman has been arrested after police say her two-year-old son ingested cannabis.On Nov. 1, Shelby Bosworth said her two-year-old fell down the stairs. Police say he was later taken to the hospital after he wouldn't wake up from a nap.Tests showed the infant didn't suffer injuries from the fall, but a urine test found the child had marijuana in his system.Bosworth was arrested on Friday and is charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
House destroyed by fire in Westmoreland County
Flames destroyed a house in Westmoreland County Sunday night.
Mother charged with endangerment over toddler testing positive for marijuana, police say
A Derry Township mother is facing charges after Pennsylvania State Police say a drug screening for her hospitalized toddler came back positive for marijuana.
PA K-9 officer struck by gunfire during confrontation with suspect
NORTH VERSAILLES, Pa. (KDKA) - An officer shot in the line of duty in North Versailles says his K-9 was also struck by the gunfire. In the early morning hours of Nov. 24, North Versailles police responded to reports of a man forcing his way into the home of a woman he knew.
2 women hospitalized after head-on crash in Pittsburgh
Two women were injured after a head-on crash in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Weather: Showers linger as first week of December begins
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - What a wild Sunday! Highs in the 50s, lightning and hail are all unusual for early December in southwestern Pennsylvania, but we saw it all today! WEATHER LINKS:Current Conditions | School Closings & Delays | Submit Your Weather PhotosDaily average High: 45° Low: 30°Sunrise: 7:26 a.m. Sunset: 4:55 p.m.ALERT: NoneAWARE: Isolated showers Monday & colder; rain/snow showers Tuesday.Highs all weekend were nearly 15 degrees above normal, and while we managed to avoid severe levels of thunderstorms, we did have gusty winds, lightning, thunder and several reports of pea-sized hail. Those were followed by lots of rainbow reports! Now, colder air and windy conditions...
Manhunt Underway After Fatal Shooting at Pittsburgh Bar
A 28-year-old man was fatally shot at Sophie's Saloon in Carrick, Pittsburgh. The suspect remains at large as police continue their investigation. The victim's friends and community members express their shock and call for an end to gun violence.
First Alert Meteorologist Ray Petelin judges ugly sweater contest
BRADENVILLE, PA. (KDKA) - Things got ugly in Bradenville, Westmoreland County, on Saturday night. Well, at least the sweaters did!Their ugly sweater party raises money for Shop with a Cop with the Pennsylvania State Police in Westmoreland County.First Alert Meteorologist Ray Petelin was one of the judges.They hoped to raise $30,000 at the event.
Weekly Safety Report: Concerning Incidents Highlight the Need for Vigilance in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania
This week in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, several incidents occurred that raised concerns for public safety. These incidents include a man being charged with aggravated assault of an infant, a Chinese national pleading guilty to a meat cleaver attack, a Monessen man being charged with burglary and kidnapping, a homeless man squatting in an apartment and assaulting the manager, a possible incident at a school district that could lead to charges, and a woman locking her children outside in the cold and threatening law enforcement officers. These incidents highlight the importance of maintaining safety and vigilance in the community.
Jeannette experiences The Sparkle of Christmas
The Sparkle of Christmas parade and event in Jeannette brought holiday cheer, and Santa, to town Saturday. There was a large interest this year in participating in the parade, which strode down Clay Avenue, according to organizers. The parade was led by grand marshal Jackie Oskin, who organizers said ran a preschool center for many years.
Westmoreland farmer takes home Pennsylvania Farm Bureau's Barnraiser Award
Westmoreland County dairy farmer Rick Ebert was presented with the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s highest honor — the Barnraiser Award. The award was given to former bureau president, Ebert, 63, of Derry Township, during the the group’s 73rd annual meeting at the Hershey Lodge. It recognizes his years of service advocating for Pennsylvania agriculture at the county, state and national level.
Pittsburgh police investigating shooting, 1 man hospitalized
A man is in a local hospital after he was shot Sunday night.
Pennsylvania’s Drunkest City Probably Isn’t What You Expect
No matter what your occasion is for drinking in Pennsylvania, celebrating, socializing, wallowing, or... just because! - There's always folks that go a little too heavy on the sauce. Of course this can end up being dangerous or deadly situation, but hopefully, the worst case scenario is just a really...
Pittsburgh Bureau of Police recognized by Uvalde Foundation For Kids for thwarting potential attack against Pittsburgh school
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - We saw firsthand last week how good police work can prevent a school shooting tragedy.Now, Pittsburgh police are being recognized.A national foundation formed after the Uvalde school shooting is recognizing the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police.Swift teamwork by Pittsburgh police and other agencies led to the recovery of high-caliber weapons. And the community that understands that danger firsthand is commending Pittsburgh.Sunday morning, the Uvalde Foundation for Kids announced they will honor the Pittsburgh police department with a national award for dedication to student and youth safety.The Texas nonprofit was formed after the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. The...
Allegheny County pays Adelphoi $366,000 before juvenile detention center even opens
This story is a collaboration between Pittsburgh Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, Pittsburgh Independent and Pittsburgh Union Progress. Allegheny County already has paid more than $350,000 to nonprofit services provider Adelphoi, months before the Latrobe-based nonprofit will begin to operate the former Shuman Juvenile Detention Center. There is no clear timeline...
Unleash the Festive Beast: Krampusnacht Returns to Market Square! Join the Merriment on December 5th for a Hairy Holiday Extravaganza!
Get ready for the return of the Krampusnacht celebration at Market Square! 🎉🎄. Join us on December 5th at 6 p.m. for a "merry but hairy" celebration of Krampus, the Christmas figure from European folklore who punishes misbehaving children. 🎅👹
Football Forecast: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Arizona Cardinals
PITTSBURGH (WKBN) — Wet weather is impacting Ohio and Pennsylvania for Sunday. If you’re planning to go to Acrisure Stadium for the Steelers and Cardinals game at 1 o’clock, below is how the wet weather could impact you. Tailgating Forecast. Tailgaters may catch a break in the...
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in greensburg, PA
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around greensburg..
Scam via text message bilks Hempfield man of $1,800
A Hempfield man was scammed out of $1,800 after, state police said, he was contacted by a person who claimed to be the pastor at a local church. The two communicated by text message Nov. 14 and the scammer requested money to help church members who are confined to their homes battling cancer, troopers said.
Unusual December Weather: Rain, Hail, Rainbows, and Gusty Winds
Experience the wild weather of December with KDKA-TV's weekend forecast. From rain, hail, and rainbows to gusty winds and colder temperatures, this video covers it all. Get insights into the unusual weather patterns and what to expect in the coming days.