'What Took So Long?': Legislator Calls For Action After State Releases Coronavirus Cases And Deaths In Individual Long-Term Care FacilitiesA local legislator is calling for action after grim numbers were released by the state about the number of coronavirus infections and deaths at nursing homes.
Pa. Dept. Of Health Releases Number Of Coronavirus Cases And Deaths In Individual Long-Term Care FacilitiesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health has released statistics on the number of coronavirus cases in the state's long-term care facilities.
'We Have Families': Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Business Owners Say It's Time To Reopen Restaurants, Hair Salons And GymsAllegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald and local business owners say it is time to reopen businesses like restaurants, hair salons and gyms.
Some Pittsburgh Steelers Season Ticket Holders Want To Skip Season Over Coronavirus FearsThings are still up in the air, but right now the NFL fully intends to have a full schedule of games.
'Business Owners Deserve To Know': Pa. Auditor General Says Audit Of Business Shutdown Waivers ContinuesState Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says his audit of Gov. Tom Wolf’s business shutdown waiver program is continuing.
Coronavirus Coverage: Pittsburgh Public Schools Prepares To Navigate Safely Reopening Schools In The FallParents and students are looking ahead to the fall, but will local schools reopen?
KDKA Investigates: State Criticized For Inaction As Nursing Home Death Toll MountsOver the course of this pandemic, nursing homes and long-term care facilities have become deadly contagions and increasingly the state health department is being called to task for inaction as the death toll continues to climb.
Officials Consider Turning Shadyside's Walnut Street Into An Open-Air Pedestrian Mall As Some Businesses Prepare To Reopen FridaySome businesses in Allegheny County will be able to open as the county moves into the "yellow" phase Friday, but there are still plenty of restrictions.
Gov. Tom Wolf Announces 13 Western Pa. Counties Moving Into Coronavirus 'Yellow Phase,' Including Pittsburgh Metro AreaGov. Tom Wolf announced that 13 western Pennsylvania counties, including the heavily populated Pittsburgh metropolitan area, can shed his most restrictive pandemic orders on movement and businesses.
'They've Told Us Nothing': As Death Toll Continues To Mount In Nursing Homes, Families Say They’re In The DarkNancy Pateline’s mother Barbara is a resident of St. Barnabas Nursing Home.
'Very Comfortable With Moving Forward': UPMC, County Say We’ve Done Enough Testing To Safely ReopenHave we passed the reopening test to justify moving our southwestern region from "red" into the "yellow" phase?
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: 80 Percent Of The Region's COVID-19 Deaths Are In Long-Term Care FacilitiesPennsylvanian's nursing homes continue to be hit hard by coronavirus, accounting for nearly 70 percent.
'Once We Meet A Criteria, It Seems The Bar Is Raised': Local Businesses Disappointed Restrictions Won't Be Lifted In The Southwest Region Come FridayGovernor Wolf’s decision to delay the lifting of restrictions in our region comes as a disappointment small business owners who say they’re just barely hanging on.
Pa. Health Sec.: 'Population Density' Concerns A Main Factor Why Allegheny Co. Is Not Moving From 'Red' To 'Yellow' PhaseGov. Tom Wolf has announced that no counties in the Pittsburgh area will be reopening on May 8, even if it appears the coronavirus cases in Allegheny County and the southwest region have been below the threshold.
Gov. Wolf Easing Coronavirus Restrictions In 24 Rural Northern Counties, None In Southwestern Pa. Among ThemGov. Tom Wolf announced Friday that he will begin easing restrictions put in place to contain the spread of Coronavirus in 24 rural northern Pennsylvania counties. The list of counties does not include any in Southwestern Pennsylvania.