COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Families Feel Isolated After Virus Upends Holiday PlansFamilies across the Pittsburgh area are struggling with the change in holiday plans.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Nurses Plead With Community To Stay Vigilant As Cases Continue To RisePittsburgh-area nurses are pleading with the community to stay vigilant as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
COVID-19 In Beaver County: Employees At Courthouse Concerned About Rising CasesBeaver County is seeing an increase in coronavirus cases at the courthouse.
COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Pitt Students Taking Precautions Before Heading Home After Fall SemesterThe streets of Oakland are about to get quieter as the fall semester for Pitt students wraps up on Friday.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Experts Warn They Can't Control The Virus' Spread If People Don't Answer Contact Tracing QuestionsFor the second day in a row, Allegheny County hit 500 new coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus In Butler County: Butler Virtual Academy Teacher Says Students Are 'Thriving' In Online EnvironmentAs coronavirus cases go up, more districts are moving to remote learning.
Butler County Leaders Pleading With Residents To Wear Masks, Avoid GatheringsButler County leaders are calling for residents to help slow the spread of coronavirus as the county faces "rapidly increasing" COVID-19 hospitalizations and nursing home outbreaks.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Schools Reporting More Cases As Some Switch To Online LearningStatewide coronavirus numbers are breaking records. At the same time, school districts are reporting more and more cases.
Allegheny County Health Department Warns Of Significant Coronavirus Community SpreadIt's another day of alarming numbers when it comes to COVID-19 across the state.
Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine Calls Increase In Coronavirus Cases 'Sobering'Amid a spike in coronavirus cases, Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine says we all have to do our part if we want things to get better.
Pittsburgh Public Schools Supt. Dr. Anthony Hamlet Ready For 'Most Vulnerable Students' To Return To ClassroomFor the second day in a row, the state is reporting its highest number of positive COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.