Some Drugs Getting Closer Look As Potential Coronavirus TreatmentSome drugs are getting a look as possible coronavirus treatment.
'Only By Remaining Divided Will We Stand': How Veteran KDKA Journalist Ken Rice Sees The World Changed By CoronavirusThe world, at this moment, does indeed feel upside down. It won’t always. But our fate right now may rest on what we continue to not do.
Texas Roadhouse CEO Gives Up Salary To Pay Frontline Workers During Coronavirus PandemicThe CEO of Texas Roadhouse is forgoing his salary for the rest of the year to pay frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
'The Community Needs A Stopgap': Central Outreach Wellness Center Screen Hundreds More For COVID-19 At Zoo Parking Lot Drive-ThruWhat started as a small project on the North Side has turned into a valuable resource for the community.
Pa. Health Dept. Confirms 560 New Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Total Now At More Than 1,600The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed 560 new positive cases of Coronavirus on Thursday.
City Of Pittsburgh Extends Income Tax Payment Deadline To July 15The City of Pittsburgh has announced an extension of the tax payment deadline.
Coronavirus Changes: American Airlines Relaxes Seating PolicyAmerican Airlines will be blocking half of its middle seats on flights in an effort to promote social distancing.
U.S. Jobless Claims Hit 3.3 Million, Highest Number Since 1982The number of jobless claims in the United States hit 3.3 million, quadrupling the previous record from 1982.
Coronavirus Changes: Fire Departments, EMS Units Making Procedural ChangesSeveral fire departments and EMS units are letting residents know that during the coronavirus pandemic, some changes are going to be taking place.
Port Authority Reduces Hours Of Downtown Service CenterPort Authority has reduced the hours of operation at its Downtown Service Center.
Coronavirus Changes: Pa. State Legislature Holds First Remote Session In 200 YearsState senators and representatives came together in a remote session on Wednesday to pass emergency bills.
Greensburg Assisted Living Facility Helps 102-Year-Old Resident Celebrate Birthday VirtuallyA resident of a Greensburg assisted living facility was turning 102-years-old and wanted to celebrate so the staff made the best of a bad situation.
'People Don't Want To Go To The Store': Milk-Delivery Business Booming During Coronavirus PandemicLife has changed on the farm since the coronavirus pandemic.
Pet Safety: Local Veterinary Hospitals Establish New Protocols As Coronavirus Continues To SpreadLocal veterinary hospitals and clinics are making widespread changes to reduce foot traffic amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Twisted Coronavirus Prank: Pa. Supermarket Forced To Destroy More Than $35,000 In Food After Woman Intentionally Coughs All Over ItA Pennsylvania supermarket was forced to destroy more than $35,000 in food after a woman's coronavirus prank involved intentionally coughing all over it.