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Recent articles by Nydia:

Tips for small businesses in Philadelphia suffering from looting damage

The looting and destruction could not have come at a more vulnerable time for local businesses. Many were just getting ready to reopen this Friday as Pennsylvania moves into the yellow phase. → Read More

Biggest words in employment right now: contact tracing

Contact tracing is the newest buzz word on the job market right now. You may have heard that federal, state and local governments are looking to hire thousands with this title. But what exactly is it? → Read More

Governor Wolf says property tax, rent rebates arriving early

Many older homeowners, renters and people with disabilities in Pennsylvania will receive early rebates through the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program, Governor Tom Wolf announced Tuesday. → Read More

Can I get refund on Jersey shore rental? Experts weigh in

With continuing uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are reconsidering their vacation plans, but getting your money back may not be easy. → Read More

Wedding experts say communicate with vendors ahead of time, have backup plan

While COVID-19 is getting in the way of timing and details, it is not getting in the way of love and commitment. → Read More

Troubleshooters: Warning on fake stimulus checks, phishing scams

The Troubleshooters are making sure your stimulus money ends up in your pocket and not someone else's. → Read More

Action News Troubleshooters: Know your employee rights before heading back to work

No matter what industry or field you're in, nearly every employee's life has changed as a result of the pandemic. The Troubleshooters are getting questions related to furloughs, health concerns, childcare issues, unemployment, and more. → Read More

The Virus of Hate Unleashed on Asian Americans amid COVID-19

New stories of violence and vandalism targeting Asian Americans and how the community is rising up in response. → Read More

Gov. Tom Wolf, Attorney General announce protections from foreclosures and evictions through July 10

Gov. Tom Wolf and Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced Thursday that they have signed an executive order that protects Pennsylvanians from foreclosures or evictions through July 10. → Read More

Action News Troubleshooters: Getting to the bottom of your unemployment frustrations

At a time when delays are devastating for so many families, the Troubleshooters are getting many complaints about long delays in unemployment and the inability to get answers. → Read More

Building it Better Together: Preparing for a new job market in a post-pandemic world

When it comes to the job market, we don't have to tell you the picture is bleak and unfortunately, it won't just bounce back when the economy re-opens. → Read More

Conversation is key for renters, landlords during COVID-19 outbreak

If you can't pay your rent, your landlord cannot lock you out of your apartment or rental property. That is illegal. But that doesn't mean tenants are completely off the hook when it comes to making payments. → Read More

Coronavirus: Small businesses struggling to survive as they wait for COVID-19 funding

The Trump Administration and Democratic leaders are close to a deal to replenish a popular program to help small businesses survive during the coronavirus shutdown. → Read More

Philadelphia region coming together to help some businesses stay afloat

Thousands of small business owners across the U.S. are in the lurch as the federally-backed Paycheck Protection Program officially ran out of money Thursday morning. → Read More

Health insurance expert shares tips on getting coverage during COVID-19 outbreak

A growing number of Americans are now without health insurance as the coronavirus pandemic has led to millions losing their jobs. So what does that mean for their health insurance? We talked to a health care expert on getting the coverage and care you need. → Read More

How to handle laundry during coronavirus outbreak

Tips on how to handle laundry during coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Action News Troubleshooters: Tips if your wedding falls during COVID-19 pandemic

Due to the pandemic, many major events from birthday parties to weddings are getting canceled or postponed and the Troubleshooters are starting to hear from consumers looking for alternate dates or refunds. → Read More

Coronavirus: Tips for renters, homeowners worried about making payments

April 1 is right around the corner and with so many people out of jobs, renters and homeowners are worried about making payments amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Interactive: As schools turn to remote learning amid COVID-19 outbreak, students face digital divide

Remote learning will be a challenge for some students on the wrong side of the digital divide. → Read More

Tips to keep yourself safe while grocery shopping during coronavirus outbreak

As people try to limit the spread of coronavirus, a growing number of consumers are turning to grocery delivery services in an effort to avoid crowded places. Consumer Reports has some tips to keep yourself and your family healthy. → Read More