Brittany Hoke, WTAE-TV Pittsburgh

Brittany Hoke

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Past articles by Brittany:

Local Pharmacist says there's not enough vaccines for new phase 1A groups

"If we can't find somebody else who fits the category that we're vaccinating, we then take those shots and we just try to find an arm to put them in," Lavella said. → Read More

Police, other first responders starting to get vaccines ahead of phase 1B

According to Pittsburgh Public Safety, EMS, fire and police there are already getting their shots. → Read More

Woodland Hills teachers set to receive vaccines in coming weeks as district maps out reopening plan

Harris says they aren't mandatory, but school nurses would have the option to go first, followed by teachers, transportation and food service. → Read More

Teachers weigh in on being next in line for COVID-19 vaccine

"I can't wait," Gruber said. "If that's going to bring the students back, protect everybody, help everybody. Please. I'm all for it." → Read More

Retired Secret Service agent reacts to chaos at the US Capitol

Supporters of President Trump swarmed the building to protest the Electoral College vote, forcing a lockdown and clashes with police. → Read More

Pittsburghers struggling as relief package stalls

"We're having it real rough," said Ben Trotta of Coraopolis. "I had to borrow gas money to get down here to get my dog food and cat food. I'm not worried about whether I eat, I'm worried about them." → Read More

Local governments left out of economic stimulus aid

Murrysville is one of many municipalities being forced to make cuts. → Read More

Former North Braddock resident surprises entire community with gift cards

Giant Eagle gift cards contained $30 to spend however they wished. → Read More

"I can't wait to hug my kids." Frontline worker receives first dose of COVID-19 vaccine

Young mother of two has been splitting her time, testing patients for the virus at their site in the South Side and seeing patients at an urgent care center. → Read More

National Guard assisting Uniontown Nursing home after alarming rise in COVID-19 cases

Sister Ruth Plante, the Provincial with the Sisters of St. Basil who operates the care home says guard members will be helping with cleaning responsibilities but not resident care. → Read More

Steelers fans react to game being moved for third time

"I was hoping to see it Sunday. I hope it's not a ploy by Baltimore because they know we're going to whoop their tail," Duane R. of Penn Hills told Pittsburgh's Action News 4. → Read More

Greater Latrobe School District to return to blended learning model on Monday

Dozens of parents showed up to the socially distanced school board meeting. Most parents were seemingly intent on urging the board to allow their kids to get back to class. → Read More

Tree of Life commemoration goes virtual to honor 11 victims

"When I see her picture and her name I get really sad," Wedner said. → Read More

Washington County seeing high number of returned mail-in/absentee ballots

"I am surprised by the high percentage that already returned their ballot to us," Washington County Elections Director, Melanie Ostrander told Pittsburgh's Action News 4. "It shows a level of excitement and seriousness for this election." → Read More

Pennsylvania breaks registered voter record at deadline

Allegheny County officials say they need to finalize numbers and will do that report Tuesday. → Read More

Trump: "Don't be afraid of COVID." Doctors and survivors agree, under one condition

Monday night, President Donald Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center, although doctors say "he isn't out of the woods yet." → Read More

Mail-in ballot concerns, PA Attorney General and opponent weigh in

With just over a month to go until the election, some voters are still trying to decide what they think is the safest way to cast their ballot. → Read More

Family, friends of Romir Talley demand answers during Wilkinsburg council meeting

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 has reached out to the police chief and Mayor Garret for comment and to find out the status of Officer Gowans. → Read More

PA Attorney General sues Gillece Services, alleging they've scammed customers for 'years'

"We gave them a chance to clean up their practices and as we continued to get complaints against them, it's clear that we need to take action," Ambrose said. → Read More

Pittsburgh Public Schools board set to vote on superintendent’s contract, fall sports on Wednesday

Brantley said he thinks that if Hamlet gets enough votes to stay, the board needs to come together and put children first. → Read More