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City Council Tables No Knock BillPittsburgh City Council made the decision to table their discussion of a bill that would ban no-knock warrants in the City of Pittsburgh.
Diocese Of Pittsburgh Urge Catholics To Avoid J&J VaccineThe U.S. Conference Of Catholic Bishops have called Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine "morally compromised" and they're urging Catholics to avoid it. KDKA's Lindsay Ward has the details.
Gov. Wolf To Outline Plan To Vaccinate TeachersOn Thursday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will be outlining his plan to get teachers and school staff vaccinated. KDKA's Amy Wadas has the details.
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Zoom-ed Out: Overcoming Zoom Fatigue (Pt. 1)A year ago, Zoom felt whimsical and new but now, it feels like a hassle and many of us are beginning to feel "Zoom Fatigue." KDKA's John Shumway has the story.
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West Virginia Lowers Age Limit For Virus VaccineWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said the state has lowered the age limit for COVID-19 vaccinations to all residents 50 and older.
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Reported Abduction Leads To Massive Police PresencePolice say several people have been taken into custody at a hotel on Banksville Road after a report of an abduction.
Beaver Co. Officials Install Cameras Near Major Intersections To Deter CrimePeople in one Beaver County neighborhood have recently noticed cameras going up around the area and wanted to know why. KDKA's Royce Jones has more.
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Pittsburgh Bald Eagle Knocked From Perch By Great Horned OwlOne of the bald eagles in Pittsburgh's Hays neighborhood found himself the victim of an attack while watching over the nest.
Doctor Who Has Battled Coronavirus Undergoes Successful Double-Lung TransplantKDKA's Meghan Schiller talks with Dr. Pablo Sanchez, UPMC's chief of lung transplant and lung failure.
School Support Staff, Bus Drivers Also Moving To State's Phase 1ATeachers aren't the only ones moving to Phase 1A of the state's COVID-19 vaccine plan. Support staff in school and those responsible for getting children to school and back home are moving up on the list; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Reporter Update: Police Respond To Reported Abduction In PittsburghPolice say several people have been taken into custody at a hotel on Banksville Road after a report of an abduction. KDKA's Bryant Reed has more.
Diocese Of Pittsburgh Discourages Catholics From Using Johnson & Johnson VaccineThe Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh says it agrees with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which raised moral concerns over the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine because it is produced using a cell line derived from an aborted fetus; KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.

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