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Why Do Some Call It President’s Day?Monday, Feb. 21 is both a federal and state holiday, but knowing what exactly to call it can be tricky. KDKA political editor Jon Delano takes a closer look at a holiday that is both Washington’s Birthday and Presidents’ Day.

Firefighter Injured In Fire At Tarentum DuplexFlames ripped through a duplex in Tarentum Monday leaving two families without a home and a charred shell behind; KDKA’s Meghan Schiller reports.

The Federal Holiday Is Still Washington’s Birthday, So Why Do Some Call It Presidents’ Day?Monday, Feb. 21 is both a federal and state holiday, but knowing what exactly to call it can be tricky. KDKA political editor Jon Delano takes a closer look at a holiday that is both Washington’s Birthday and Presidents’ Day.

Fire Destroys Home In TarentumA fire has destroyed a home on West 11th Ave. in Tarentum.

City of Greensburg Accepting Orders For Hometown Hero Banner ProjectThe program honors local military and non-military heroes with banners that are hung throughout the area.

Lead Free Promise Project Launches Interactive ToolkitThe Lead Free Promise project has launched an interactive toolkit for parents with six steps to get kids healthier after testing positive for lead.

New COVID-19 Drug Arrives At Local HospitalsA new drug to treat the Omicron variant of COVID-19 is arriving at local hospitals and pharmacies; KDKA’s Briana Smith reports.

State Unemployment Site Dealing With ‘Intermittent Outages’The state’s unemployment website says it is experiencing “intermittent outages” and likely won’t be functioning properly until Monday evening at the earliest.

Protesters Demand Answers In Peter Spencer’s DeathProtesters gathered downtown on Monday to call for answers in the death of Peter Spencer, who was shot and killed while camping with co-workers last year.

Slain Uber Driver Laid To RestFamily and friends of Christi Spicuzza are laying her to rest today. She was killed while driver Uber fares around the area.

Police Probe Overnight Robbery On Mt. WashingtonPittsburgh police are looking for two suspects following an overnight robbery near an ATM on Mt. Washington; KDKA’s Chris Hoffman reports.

KDKA-TV Afternoon Forecast (2/21)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Kristin Emery’s 7-day forecast!

Reporter Update: Peters Twp. Man Facing ChargesKDKA’s Amy Wadas reports from Peters Township where a man is facing charges for allegedly trying to grow and sell marijuana.

Reporter Update: Robbery On Mt. Washington InvestigatedPittsburgh police are investigating after a man was robbed on Mt. Washington; KDKA’s Chris Hoffman has more.

Coming Up On PTL!Coming Up On PTL! (2/21)

Something Good: Polar Plunge For Special OlympicsThis coming weekend, we’ll be taking the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics of Western Pennsylvania.

Finding The Funny In Mom LifePTL’s Heather Abraham sits down with TikTok creator Lindsay Gurk to talk about social media, mom life and more.

A Visit To Emerald City PGHPTL’s Mikey Hood visits Emerald City PGH, a local co-working space that is dedicated to Black business owners and creatives.

The History Of Presidents’ DayPTL’s Celina Pompeani Mathison stops by the Heinz History Center where CEO Andy Masich is giving us a lesson in the Presidents’ Day holiday.

Dining Dish: Breweries And TaproomsPittsburgh Magazine foodie Hal B. Klein has a look at some of the best breweries and taprooms in the Pittsburgh region.

Brushing Up On Etiquette RulesOur friend, Liz Aquino, of the Good Manners Group, is giving us a brush up on the ever-changing rules of etiquette as we get ready to get back out and about for spring.

Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Feb. 21, 2022Pittsburgh Today Live’s Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what’s coming up on the show.

Military Mondays: Feb. 21, 2022Military Mondays pays tribute to local servicemen and servicewomen.

FDA Approved Eye Drops Could Replace Reading Glasses For MillionsVuity eye drops could be a game-changer for many who wear reading glasses, KDKA’s John Shumway reports.