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Mt. Lebanon School District To Meet, Determine Reopening PlanThe Mt. Lebanon School District will have a meeting later today to determine what path to take for their reopening plan. This comes after students and parents in favor of reopening protested last night; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 114 More Coronavirus Cases And 5 Additional DeathsAllegheny County is reporting 114 more coronavirus cases, 17 new hospitalizations and five additional deaths.
Man Accused Of Beating His Cousin With A Baseball Bat In CustodyA man has turned himself in on several assault charges, accused of nearly beating his own cousin to death.
Several Indicted On Charges Connected To Fayette County PrisonA grand jury investigation has uncovered alleged corruption inside the Fayette County prison.
Something Good: PTL Viewer Appreciation WallPittsburgh Today Live thanks you for all your photos to hang on our Viewer Appreciation Wall!
Tech Center: New Twitter FeaturesPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has a look at some new features on Twitter.
Back To School Clothes TrendsPittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham visits the Mall At Robinson for some back to school clothing trends.
Pour Moi Climate Smart Skin Care's Answer To Premature Aging From Tech Blue LightPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood talks with Ulli Haslacher, of Pour Moi Climate Smart Skin Care, about their products to help prevent premature aging from harmful blue light emitted from technology screens.
PTL Weekend Guide: Aug. 13, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David catch up with Pittsburgh Magazine's Sean Collier who has a guide to the weekend!
An Interview With Hollywood TV Producer Tim KaiserPittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Tim Kaiser, a Western Pennsylvania native and TV producer, about how Hollywood will make television shows in the age of coronavirus.
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: Aug. 13, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
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Kennywood Names Mark Pauls New GMIt's certainly a unique time to be named the general manager of an amusement park, but Kennywood has a new one. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with Mark Pauls about what's ahead for the park.
Market Square Farmers Market ReturnsEach Thursday through the end of October, Pittsburghers can get fresh produce and more at the Market Square Farmers Market. KDKA's Celina Pompeani gives us a preview of what shoppers can expect.
Mt. Lebanon School Board To Vote On Back To School PlanFollowing an evening of protest demanding in-person classes, the Mt. Lebanon School Board will be meeting tonight via Zoom to decide on the back to school plan, KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the latest.
KDKA-TV Morning Forecast (8/13)Get the latest weather updates with meteorologist Ron Smiley’s forecast!
School Nurses Want Parents To Properly Prepare StudentsAs school nurses get educated and prepared how to best keep students safe once they return to school, one school nurse told KDKA's John Shumway that she hopes the parents will take an active role in making sure their children are prepared to keep themselves and others safe.
School Nurses Preparing For Students To ReturnSchool nurses are facing a unique challenge as some school districts prepare to reopen. They no longer will have to deal with just your run-of-the-mill illness, they're now staring down a pandemic. KDKA's John Shumway spoke with one school nurse about how they're getting ready.
One Person Dead In Route 68 CrashA car went over a hill along Route 68 near Industry overnight, killing one person.
Man Pleads Guilty To Killing LandlordMichael Wolf pleaded guilty to shooting and killing Matthew Khoury, his landlord, last July.
Gov. Wolf Warns Of Contact Tracing ScamSeveral Pennsylvanians have recieved calls from people claiming to be contact tracers, asking for personal information. Gov. Wolf says this is a scam and not legitmate.
Pa. Attorney General Investigating Brighton RehabThe Beaver nursing home that was under a lot of scrutiny during the pandemic is being investigated for neglegence, according to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
RMU Football PostponedRobert Morris University and the Big South Conference have postponed fall sports until the spring.
Pittsburgh Native Disappointed In No Fall FootballJaquan Brisker was supposed to play safety at Penn State in his senior season but with the Big Ten's decision to postpone the season, that won't happen. At least not this fall.

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