KDKA News Update PM: July 30, 2020KDKA News Update PM: July 30, 2020
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler Is Self-QuarantiningU.S. Rep. Guy Reschenthaler is now self-quarantining at his home in Peters Township, KDKA's Jon Delano reports.
Mayor Bill Peduto Signs Up Pittsburgh For 'Guaranteed Income' Pilot ProgramThe city of Pittsburgh is getting $10 million to help people who are below the poverty line, KDKA's Meghan Schiller reports.
Pittsburgh CLO Postpones All Scheduled In-Person Performances Until 2021Pittsburgh CLO is postponing all in-person performances until 2021 because of "the uncertainties and risks related" to coronavirus.
Part Of Painters Run Road Unexpectedly Closes After Crews Find Unmarked Underground MineAn unmarked underground mine void that might affect the stability of a road in Allegheny County has forced an unexpected closure.
Police: 53-Year-Old Man Dies After Fight At Motel In Kennedy Townshipolice say a 53-year-old man has died after a fight at a motel in Kennedy Township.
Pittsburgh Mayor Peduto Responds To President Trump's 'Delay The Election' TweetMayor Bill Peduto said we have survived pandemics in the past, world wars and the Civil War, but no one has ever suggested delaying the presidential election.
Some Aspects Of Coronavirus Transmission In Children Are Still UnknownDoctors are still studying how COVID-19 affects kids, from how they get it to how they may pass it on to others. KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra spoke with a local health expert about what the latest research could mean for back to school.
Some School District Superintendents Looking For More Safety Guidance From Allegheny Co. Health Dept.Will students go back to school in a few weeks or not? It's the big question that school administrations across the state and country are trying to figure out while the coronavirus pandemic rages on; KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 860 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Total Climbs To 111,078The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 860 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday, in addition to 14 more deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 132 New Coronavirus Cases, Total Countywide Cases Rise To 7,850The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 132 new Coronavirus cases Thursday out of 1,800 test results, and one additional death.
Union Representing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Journalists To Take Strike VoteThe union representing journalists at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is taking a strike vote; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Gov. Tom Wolf Calls On Legislature To Censure State Rep. Russ Diamond Over Statement About The 'Unmasked Community'Gov. Tom Wolf is calling on Republican House leadership to introduce a resolution to censure a state representative who says people are harassing him online for not wearing a mask. Wolf said a statement from Diamond was a “thinly veiled attack on the LGBTQ community."
Agents From AG's Office Raid Home In DelmontAgents from the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office raided a home in Delmont.
Black Lives Matter Rally Coincides With VP's Visit To GreensburgIn response to Vice President Pence’s visit to Southwestern Pennsylvania today, dozens of people attended an opposing Black Lives Matter rally, also in Greensburg.
Vice President Pence Holds 'Cops For Trump' Rally In GreensburgVice President Mike Pence rolled into Greensburg Thursday for a noontime "Cops For Trump" rally; KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports.
Vice President Mike Pence's Motorcade Involved In 2 Crashes Minutes ApartVice President Mike Pence's campaign bus was involved in a minor crash during a campaign stop in western Pennsylvania, followed by a collision that sent two Pittsburgh Police officers to the hospital.
Reporter Update: Local School Superintendents Frustrated Over Lack Of Back To School GuidelinesKDKA's Nicole Ford is talk to local school superintendents and how they would like to see more specific back-to-school safety guidelines from the health department.
Reporter Update: Coronavirus Transmission In ChildrenKDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra is talking to the experts about studying coronavirus transmission in children.
Reporter Update: Police Investigate Brawl That Left 1 Man Dead At MotelPolice say a 53-year-old man died after a fight at a motel in Kennedy Township; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Vice President Mike Pence’s Campaign Bus Involved In Minor Crash With Dump TruckJournalists in Vice President Mike Pence’s motorcade are reporting separate accidents on the way to Greensburg, Katie Johnston reports.
Dunkin' Is Closing 800 US LocationsDunkin' is permanently closing 8% of its United States locations, which amounts to roughly 800 restaurants. Katie Johnston reports.
Something Good: Give To The Free Care FundKDKA is teaming with the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation for the Free Care Fund "Halfway To Telethon" benefit!
PTL Weekend Guide: July 30, 2020Pittsburgh Today Live's Mikey and David talk with Pittsburgh Magazine's Sean Collier for the PTL Weekend Guide!

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