KDKA News Update PM: August 4, 2020KDKA News Update PM: August 4, 2020
Rep. Lamb Calling For Further Review Of Brighton Rehab Pandemic OversightConor Lamb is calling for a full investigation into the state's oversight of the coronavirus outbreak at Brighton Rehab and Wellness Center.
Pittsburgh Police Seek To Identify 2 People Accused Of Throwing Away Wreath Placed On Memorial Honoring Fallen OfficersPittsburgh Police are asking the public for help identifying two people accused of taking a wreath from a law enforcement memorial.
Sen. Bob Casey Calls On Congress To Help Those On UnemploymentOut of work and headed into debt, U.S. Senator Bob Casey says Pennsylvanians are hurting. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Large Group Of Protesters Gathers Outside Former Zone 5 Police Station In East LibertyA large group of protesters that gathered outside the former Zone 5 police station are moving through East Liberty.
Clorox Wipes Shortage Expected To Last Into 2021 Due To Overwhelming DemandClorox says it will take a year to meet customer demand.
What Is The 'Buy Nothing Project?'People are always looking for ways to cut back on spending, especially during the coronavirus pandemic, KDKA's Royce Jones reports.
Local Family Says Their Loved One In Long-Term Care Is Dying From A Broken HeartA local family says their loved one in a long-term care facility is dying from a broken heart as the coronavirus pandemic prevents visitation; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
KDKA-TV Nightly Forecast (8/4)Stay on top of local weather with meteorologist Ray Petelin's forecast!
Superior Court Ruling Paves The Way For Trial In IUP Student's DeathThere's a major development in the case of an IUP student who died three years ago after a fight with a fraternity brother. A superior court ruling paves the way for a trial this fall; KDKA's Andy Sheehan reports.
Police: Man In Critical Condition After Being Shot Outside Elementary SchoolOne man is in the hospital and another man is detained after a shooting outside of an elementary school in Wilkinsburg.
Coronavirus And Health Care WorkersA new study found health care workers are three times more likely to contract the coronavirus, KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
House Education Committee Hears Concerns About Reopening SchoolReopening schools is the hot topic of discussion in Harrisburg this week. On Tuesday morning, the House Education Committee heard from two panels about concerns heading into the fall; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Pa.'s Education Secretary Takes New Job As Schools Across State Grapple With Reopening PlansPennsylvania's secretary of education is leaving the job as the state grapples with school reopening plans.
Police Investigating Armed Robbery In Rostraver TownshipPolice are investigating an armed robbery at a gas station in Westmoreland County, KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
2020 Heinz Field Kickoff And Rib Fest CanceledThe 2020 Heinz Field Kickoff and Rib Fest is canceled because of coronavirus.
Reporter Update: Dying Of A Broken HeartA local family is concerned their loved one at a local long-term care facility is dying of a broken heart since they haven’t been able to visit her since March due to the pandemic; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Reporter Update: Ross Guidotti - Rostraver Police Investigating Armed RobberyKDKA's Ross Guidotti has more on an armed robbery at a gas station where police believe the suspect is not acting alone.
Reporter Update: Nicole Ford - House Education Committees Hold Hearings On Reopening SchoolsDistricts have concerns and lawmakers heard from various agencies to help reopen schools safely in a few weeks, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Reporter Update: Meghan Schiller - Pa. Politicians Hoping For Extension Of Extra $600 UnemploymentSen. Bob Casey and Gov. TomWolf talked about an extension to the $600 federal weekly supplement. KDKA's Meghan Schiller has more.
Reporter Update: Healthcare Workers More At-Risk For Being Infected With COVID-19, Study SaysA study shows that healthcare workers, even with PPE, are at a higher risk for being infected with coronavirus compared to the general population; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Reporter Update: WPIAL Executive Director Responds To Gov. Wolf's Recent Comments About School SportsGov. Tom Wolf says he has a hard time seeing online-only schools having in-person contact sports in the fall. KDKA's Lindsay Ward talks to the WPIAL executive director about the governor's recent comments.
Reporter Update: Schools Make Changes To Band Camp During Coronavirus PandemicSome fall activities are underway as back-to-school season begins. Local marching bands are making changes to band camps to keep students safe; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Honda Recalls 1.6M Vans, SUVs In 4 Different U.S. RecallsHonda is recalling more than 1.6 million minivans and SUVs. Issues include faulty backup camera displays, malfunctioning dashboard lights and sliding doors that don't latch properly.

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