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High School Spring Sports Kick Off After Being Canceled Last Year During Pandemic's StartHigh school athletes and coaches have battled the ups and downs of the pandemic. From no sports to strict safety protocols, little by little the restrictions have lifted. Now they prepare to head into a new season of spring sports; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
UPMC: Health Information Of Some St. Margaret Patients Inappropriately DisclosedUPMC says it's notifying some St. Margaret patients that their health information was inappropriately disclosed.
PIAA Makes Changes To Mask GuidelinesHigh school spring sports were canceled before the 2020 season even started as coronavirus spread last March. Now they're kicking off next week with some changes in place; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Caregivers Asking Lawmakers To Increase Minimum Wage End 48-Hour FastA 48-hour fast by local caregivers calling on lawmakers to increase the minimum wage ended Friday. KDKA's Bryant Reed has more on their demands.
Westmoreland County Says It's Not Getting Enough COVID-19 VaccinesWestmoreland County says it's not getting enough vaccines and now leaders are demanding answers from Harrisburg; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
FDA: Temperature Scanning Devices Used To Detect Coronavirus Not Always AccurateThe temperature scanning devices used to check for coronavirus are not always accurate, the FDA says. KDKA's Paul Martino has more.
PPS Superintendent Gives Update On Plan To Vaccinate TeachersPittsburgh Public Schools has a new timeline to vaccinate its employees. KDKA's Jessica Guay has more.
Reporter Update: High School Sports Kick Off MondayHigh school spring sports kick off on Monday, but not without changes and adjustments to the PIAA's guidance. KDKA's Nicole Ford breaks those down, including changes to the mask mandate.
Reporter Update: Gov. Tom Wolf Tours Rite AidGov. Tom Wolf toured a Rite Aid near Harrisburg and made some announcements about the COVID-19 vaccine rollout; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Reporter Update: Westmoreland County Officials Say They're Getting Less Vaccine Than OthersWestmoreland County officials say they're getting less vaccine than smaller counties relative to population; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Reporter Update: Caregivers Fasting For Higher WagesKDKA's Bryant Reed has more on a group of local caregivers who are fasting in hopes of bringing awareness to their pay situation.
Reporter Update: More People Are Hitting The Slopes At Seven SpringsKDKA's Kristine Sorensen is at Seven Springs enjoying a beautiful day on the mountain. She's not the only one -- a lot more people are out skiing and snowboarding this year.
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Mass Vaccination Clinic Held At Dick's Corporate Headquarters In CoraopolisThousands of people will get a COVID-19 vaccine at what AHN says is the largest single-day clinic in our area; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Man In Custody After Standoff In Smith TownshipA man is in custody after a standoff in Smith Township, Washington County; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Reporter Update: Dick's Sporting Good HQ Holds Mass Vaccination ClinicKDKA's Amy Wadas reports from Dick's Sporting Goods headquarters where they have teamed with Allegheny Health Network for what is, so far, the largest single-day vaccination clinic in Western Pennsylvania.
That's A Wrap: March 5, 2021That's a wrap for this week on Pittsburgh Today Live!
Pet Of The Week: Adopting A RabbitAnimal Friends' Suaz Forsythe introduces us to Donny the rabbit and talks about the commitment and dedication it takes when adopting a bunny into your family.
Local Church Transforming Into Haven For Up And Coming ComicsPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani is touring a former local church with Steve Hofstetter, the chairman of Steel City Arts Foundation. He is transforming the building into a have for up and coming comics.
PTL Deal Days: March 5, 2021Heather and David have a look at this week's Deal Days products to help you shop small and support local businesses and restaurants.
Home Ec Week: Kitchen Cleaning TipsIn today's Home Ec Segment, Mikey Hood is sharing some kitchen cleaning tips!
Pittsburgh Today Live Chat: March 5, 2021Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham and David Highfield catch up on all the latest happenings and preview what's coming up on the show.
Mobile Homes Destroyed In FireTwo mobile homes in Fayette County were destroyed in an overnight fire.
State To Train Grocery Workers To Recognize ScamsThe Pa. Department of Banking and Securities is partnering with the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association to train workers to recognize and protect seniors from scams.

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