COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Jefferson Elementary School Moves To Remote LearningAfter learning a teacher tested positive for COVID-19, Jefferson Elementary School will switch to remote learning through January 27.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: New State Restrictions Could Be Announced This Week, Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald SaysAllegheny County and the state are set to announce new restrictions and limits to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Duquesne Men's Basketball Game Against Winthrop Canceled Due To Positive Coronavirus CasesDuquesne's game Friday against Winthrop has been canceled due to the coronavirus.
West Virginia's Former Public Health Director And State Senator Test Positive For CoronavirusWest Virginia’s former public health director and the majority leader of the state Senate say they have both tested positive for COVID-19.
Governor Tom Wolf Pushes For More Hazard Pay For Frontline WorkersGovernor Tom Wolf is pushing state lawmakers to provide more in hazard pay for frontline workers.
Serra Catholic High School Moves To Online Classes After 2 Students Test Positive For CoronavirusSerra Catholic High School is moving to online learning after two students tested positive for coronavirus.
Dr. Rachel Levine: Asymptomatic Employees Brought The Virus Into Long-Term Care FacilitiesMore than 1,300 long-term care facilities have finished universal baseline coronavirus testing by the state's Aug. 31 deadline.
Parents With Kids Learning At Home May Be Eligible For Paid Leave If They Don't Have ChildcareParents who work full-time or part-time and have children attending school using a remote or hybrid learning model may be eligible to take paid leave if they don't have childcare.
Health Secretary Signs Order Requiring Long-Term Care Facilities To Provide Staff Caring For Coronavirus Patients RespiratorsA new state order requires long-term care facilities to provide respirators to staff caring for coronavirus patients.
Sports Teams Ask Pa. Dept. Of Health To Allow Fans In The StandsAs Pennsylvania approached 100,000 confirmed cases of the coronavirus on Friday, several professional, semi-professional, amateur and college sports teams have submitted plans to the state Department of Health to have fans in the stands, the agency said.
Carnegie Science Center, Other Museums Putting Safety Precautions In Place Ahead Of ReopeningsThe Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh are planning to reopen this week with several new safety precautions in place.
Gov. Tom Wolf Has Until Friday To Respond To Lawsuit Over Shutdown OrdersA federal judge has given Gov. Tom Wolf until Friday to respond to a lawsuit filed by a group led by Butler County.
'Sewer Water Has A Story To Tell': Wastewater Could Help Detect Coronavirus OutbreaksWastewater could help detect coronavirus outbreaks.
Wolf Administration Says Pools And Summer Programs Can Open In 'Yellow' And 'Green' Counties If They Follow CDC GuidelinesAccording to guidance issued by the Wolf Administration, outdoor pools and some summer day programs in counties in the "yellow" and "green" phase can reopen this summer.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Expect Things At Your Office To Look Different When You Return To WorkAs people return to work, some things are going to change due to social distancing.