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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.
Reporter Update: Southwestern Pa. Business Owners Hoping To Move To 'Yellow Phase'KDKA's Chris Hoffman is talking to southwestern Pennsylvania business owners who are hoping to move to the Coronavirus "Yellow Phase" so they can physically reopen their stores.
Real Estate Checklist: Curb Appeal RevealPittsburgh Today Live Heather and David chat with real estate agent Bonnie Loya about a home's curb appeal! And she introduces us to her new puppy, Jet!
Local Woman Organizes Virtual Bingo To Support Small BusinessesPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani has the story of a local woman who is organizing online bingo games to support small businesses!
Reporter Update: New Bill Would Allow Some Restaurants To Serve Curbside CocktailsKDKA's Nicole Ford has a look at a bill that would allow some restaurants doing takeout to serve curbside cocktails.
Reporter Update: Shadyside Salon Getting Ready To ReopenKDKA's Brenda Waters reports from Shadyside where a salon is getting ready to reopen with social distancing measures in place.
Reporter Update: Local Candidate Suing Gov. Wolf Over Coronavirus ClosuresKDKA's Lindsay Ward talks with the local candidate who is suing Gov. Tom Wolf over his closures due to Coronavirus.
Real Estate Checklist With Bonnie & Buddy: Assessing Your Home's Curb AppealPittsburgh Today Live's Heather and David talks with realtor Bonnie Loya and her home-buying Buddy have some tips for assessing your home's curb appeal!
Expanded Curbside Service Begins At Fine Wine & Good Spirits StoresExpanded curbside service is now underway at Fine Wine & Good Spirit stores across the state; KDKA's Lindsay Ward reports.
Reporter Update: Fine Wine & Good Spirit Stores Curbside Service Expands TodayKDKA's Lindsay Ward has more on the newly expanded curbside pickup service that goes in effect today at Fine Wine & Good Spirit Stores.
Reporter Update: Local Company Brings Back WorkersKDKA's Chris Hoffman visits Wade Heating and Cooling, where employees went back to work today from self-isolating.
Local Wineries, Distilleries Doing Lots Of Business During Social DistancingPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani visits some local wineries and distilleries to find out how they're doing during this period of social distancing.
Gift Card Give Back Program Helping Downtown BusinessesPittsburgh Today Live's Mikey Hood talks with Jeremy Waldrup, of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership about how the Gift Card Give Back Program is helping downtown businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Reporter Update: Home Buyers Face Challenges During Coronavirus PandemicKDKA's Amy Wadas has the story of a couple trying to buy a home and the challenges they're facing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Noble Environmental Awards Green Grants For Earth DayPittsburgh Today Live's Celina Pompeani talks with Alex Sulkowski, the co-founder of Noble Environmental, about the Green Grants they are handing out for Earth Day.
Reporter Update: Burgettstown Company Making PPEKDKA's Chris Hoffman gets a look inside a Burgettstown company that is now making personal protective equipment for the Coronavirus pandemic.
Dick's Sporting Good Executives Taking Pay Cuts Amid Coronavirus CrisisDick's Sporting Goods announced some of its executives would be taking pay cuts during the coronavirus crisis,
Reporter Update: Normally Busy Walnut St. In Shadyside EmptyKDKA's John Shumway reports from the normally busy Walnut Street in Shadyside, but the Coronavirus social distancing has people staying in these days.
Real Estate Checklist: Introducing Bonnie & BuddyRealtor Bonnie Loya, of Coldwell Banker, and her real estate selling Buddy introduce themselves for a new segment on PTL!
Concert Venue To Be Built At Former Civic Arena SiteLive Nation is planning to build a 90,000-square foot live entertainment venue on the former Civic Arena site in the Lower Hill.

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