Reporter Update: Pandemic Hurting Pittsburgh TourismKDKA's Nicole Ford has a look at how the coronavirus pandemic has hurt the Pittsburgh tourism industry.
Reporter Update: Restaurants Getting Used To Outdoor Dining GuidelinesKDKA's Chris Hoffman is talking to Allegheny County restaurant owners about the new outdoor dining guidelines.
Restaurants Finding Creative Ways To Comply With Allegheny County's New Coronavirus RegulationsRestaurant owners in Allegheny County are trying to find creative ways to welcome customers and still be in compliance with the county's new coronavirus rules; KDKA's Lisa Washington reports.
Reporter Update: Independent Venue Owners Struggling Amid PandemicKDKA's Nicole Ford has more on what local, independent venue owners are asking the public as they struggle during the coronavirus pandemic.
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.
Felicite Day Spa Helping People Lose The Quarantine 15Pittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood visits the Felicite Day Spa, where they are helping people lose the Quarantine 15.
Visiting The Knock About Coffee TruckPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani visits the Knock About Coffee Truck and talks with owner Alyssa Defusco.
How Restaurants Are Changing In The 'Green Phase'Pittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with Pittsburgh Magazine Food Critic Hal B. Klein about how local restaurants are changing to open up in the "Green Phase."
Unique Coffee Business Mixes Caffeine, Community & ConveniencePittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani has a look at Urban Trail Coffee, which mixes caffeine, community and convenience!
4 Southwestern Pa. J.C. Penney Stores ClosingFour J.C. Penney locations in Southwestern Pennsylvania will soon be closing.
Reporter Update: A Closer Look At The Unemployment RateKDKA's Chris Hoffman is talking to an economist about the unemployment rate during the Coronavirus pandemic.
PTL Jobs Week: Finding The Right Job For YouPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and Celina talk with Kathy Coder, a leadership and career expert with Inta-Great, about finding the right job for you.
PTL Jobs Week: Job Interview EtiquettePittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with Elizabeth Aquino, of the Good Manners Group, about job interviewing etiquette.
Feed The Kids Telethon: Citizens BankPittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks with Citizens Bank Market President Mark Rendulic about how they are helping with the Feed The Kids Telethon.
PTL Jobs Week: Keeping Your Motivation While You Job SearchPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talk with life coach Dr. Marlene Boas about keeping your motivation while job hunting.
The List: How To Land A Summer InternshipPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David present today's The List on how to land a summer internship.
PTL Jobs Week: Range ResourcesPittsburgh Today Live's Heather Abraham talks with Laurel Ziemba, of Range Resources, about their upcoming Rally Forward Virtual Event.
PTL Jobs Week: Learning A TradePittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood has a look at Penn Commercial and Technical School in Washington County, which can help you learn a trade.
Money Monday: UnemploymentPittsburgh Today Live's David Highfield talks to Hefren-Tillotson Senior VP Jayme Meredith about the staggering unemployment numbers and how to find work.
How Business Has Changed During The Coronavirus PandemicPittsburgh Magazine Food Editor Hal B. Klein talks about how business has changed for local restaurants during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Reporter Update: Lawrenceville Business Owners Prepping For 'Yellow Phase'KDKA's Nicole Ford reports from Lawrenceville where some business owners are getting ready to reopen when Southwestern Pa. joins the state's Yellow Phase on Friday.
Zoom Planning To Open Research & Development Office In PittsburghZoom Video Communications is opening two new research and development offices and one of them will be here in Pittsburgh.
Nearly 3 Million More Americans Apply For UnemploymentRoughly 36 million people have now filed for jobless aid in the two months since the coronavirus first forced millions of businesses to close their doors and shrink their workforces, the Labor Department said Thursday.
Reporter Update: Grove City Outlets ReopenKDKA's John Shumway reports from Grove City where the outlet mall reopened this morning, but some stores are deciding to remain closed.