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State Police Issue 6 Warnings, 4 Notices Of Violation To Pittsburgh Establishments Not Following COVID-19 RestrictionsState police handed out six warnings and four notices of violation after visiting Pittsburgh-area businesses to make sure they're following COVID-19 restrictions.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Unlike Neighboring States, COVID-19 Vaccine Not Available To General PublicHere in Pennsylvania, the vaccine isn’t available to the general public, and critics say the state still has no definitive plan to distribute it.
Max & Erma's Parkway West Restaurant Closing And Selling Items To Highest BidderThe Max and Erma's Parkway West restaurant is closing and everything inside will be sold to the highest bidder.
Kidsburgh: Local Organization's Free, Virtual Art Classes Give Kids Creative Outlet During PandemicOne local organization is making sure kids can continue expressing themselves through the arts with classes that are free to those in Allegheny County and anyone in need.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pregnant And Nursing Women Turn To Doctors For Advice About VaccineSince pregnant and nursing women were not part of any trial, many are turning to doctors for advice.
Community Steps In To Help Meals On Wheels Program Almost Forced To CloseWith the job market slim and the COVID-19 pandemic making it harder for folks to get out, plenty of people have struggled to weather the COVID-19 storm.
Pitt Teams With FDA To Develop Therapies That Could One Day Restore Vision To Blind PeopleThe University of Pittsburgh is collaborating with the FDA on a project with the goal of developing therapies that could one day restore vision to blind people.
Pitt Men's Basketball Freshman John Hugley Suspended After Being Charged With 3 FeloniesPitt men's basketball freshman forward John Hugley has been suspended following his arrest on felony charges stemming from an incident last summer.
Pennsylvania Activates 1,000 More National Guard Ahead Of Inauguration DayAn additional 1,000 Pennsylvania National Guard have been activated to head to D.C. ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Carlow University College Of Health And Wellness Students Get First Dose Of COVID-19 VaccineSome students and faculty at Carlow University got their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.
Tracey Lekovitch, Mother Of 2 From Munhall, Found DeadA missing Munhall woman and mother of two has been found dead.
Pittsburgh Penguins To Host 'Community Heroes' And Select Season-Ticket Holders At Home GamesThe Penguins announced they will host "community heroes" and select season-ticket holders at home games this season.

Business

Stimulus Check Update: 'I Believe We Have A Moral Obligation,' Says President-Elect Joe BidenPresident-elect Joe Biden disclosed plans for a $1.9 trillion stimulus package designed to counter the worsening COVID-19 pandemic and support the sinking economy.
Surging Stock Market Reflects 'Very Bright Outlook' For Economy, Finance Prof SaysThe stock market has enjoyed a historic rise, despite the pandemic and political upheaval, and looks poised to continue growing through 2021 and beyond.
Physician Assistant, Software Developer Top 2021 'Best Jobs' List According To U.S. News & World ReportWith the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to rage across the globe, healthcare jobs took four of the top five spots on the 2021 Top 100 Best Jobs list.
Tax Service Company Says IRS Will Reissue Stimulus Checks Sent To Wrong Bank AccountsAfter the IRS sent millions of stimulus payments to the wrong bank accounts, tax preparation companies said they’ve worked with the IRS to fix the error.
Claire Wasserman On Book 'Ladies Get Paid': 'Before You Can Advocate For Yourself, You Have To Believe You Are Worthy'The author and founder of Ladies Get Paid discusses her conversations with women around the country about their relationship with money and what money means to them.
Pittsburgh Restaurant Week Begins As Businesses Struggle Amid Coronavirus PandemicMonday kicks off a perennial favorite in Pittsburgh -- Restaurant Week. The special week holds a deeper meaning nowadays as many restaurants deal with tough decisions and setbacks amid the Coronavirus pandemic.