Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says his administration will spend $3 million on a pair of studies to explore the potential health impacts of the natural gas industry, KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.

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Reporter Update: Mt. Lebanon Votes To Start School Year RemotelyParents, students, educators, and school board members all clashed over how to start the school year in Mt. Lebanon and ultimately the school board decided to start the year remotely. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has all the latest details.
Mt. Lebanon School District To Start Year RemotelyIt was a contentious decision, full of protest and strong opinions, but ultimately the Mt. Lebanon School Board voted to being the school year remotely. KDKA's Chris Hoffman has the latest.
Restaurants To Defy Gov. Wolf's Order TodayIt's being called the "Restaurant Revolution" and members of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Restaurant and Tavern Association are planning to operate at full capacity. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the latest details.
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