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North Hills School District To Resume Sports And ActivitiesOutdoor gatherings will be limited to a maximum of 50 people while indoor gatherings will be limited to 25 people.
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Arrest Warrant Issued For 20-Year-Old Wanted In ShootingA 20-year-old is wanted in the shooting death of a man in North Versailles on Wednesday.
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How The Restaurant Order In Allegheny Co. Is Impacting Restaurants In Other CountiesA Butler Co. restaurant owner says he has seen an uptick in business since Allegheny Co. began implementing restrictions, KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reports.
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Reporter Update: Shelby Cassesse: Restaurant Owners In Butler Co. AdaptingDining in Allegheny County looks a lot different than dining in Butler County. KDKA's Shelby Cassesse talked with restaurant owners about how they continue to adapt to restrictions.
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Increased Demand For Coronavirus Tests Means Longer Wait Times For ResultsWith coronavirus cases surging, more people are going out to get a test. But all of those tests have a possibility of overloading the system; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.
Tax Deadline Is ApproachingIt's just five days away -- July 15.
Visit Pittsburgh Says Coronavirus Has Impact BusinessAs businesses continue to feel the impact of the coronavirus shutdown, the tourism industry is no different, KDKA's Nicole Ford reports.
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CMU Students Speaks Out Against New Trump Administration Visa RulingAn international graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University is speaking out about a recent ICE ruling, KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Pittsburgh Labor Day Parade CanceledThe announcement was made Friday: the traditional Labor Day celebration won't happen this year; KDKA's Paul Martino reports.
Reporter Update: New Guidance From Gov. Wolf Requires Face Masks At Summer CampsGovernor Tom Wolf’s office just released new rules that require masks for all campers and staff. KDKA’s Meghan Schiller talked to some concerned parents who still don’t feel safe sending their kids.
Allegheny Co. Restaurants And Bars Reopen With Outdoor Dining, But Business Owners Say It Won't Be EnoughAnother Friday, and another round of changes for restaurants and bars. A new two-week order is now in effect allowing for outdoor dining and drinking only; KDKA's Chris Hoffman reports.
Pitt Reports 10 More Cases Of Coronavirus In Students And EmployeesPitt is reporting 10 new coronavirus cases among students and faculty or staff.
Pittsburgh Police Seek To Identify Man Who Allegedly Threw Objects At Police And Helped Incite A RiotPittsburgh Police are trying to identify a man they say threw objects at police and helped incite a riot downtown.

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