Amy Marcinkiewicz, WPXI

Amy Marcinkiewicz

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Pittsburgh, PA, United States

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Secretary of Health and Human Services confirms federal investigation underway into Brighton Rehab

The conversation quickly turned to Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness as the secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services made a visit to a facility right across the street Friday. → Read More

Preparations underway for businesses in Pa. counties moving to green phase

Eighteen counties in Pennsylvania are moving into the green phase Friday after meeting the safety requirements of the state health department. → Read More

Butler YMCA taking several precautions as day care reopens

The Butler YMCA has reopened, but only for childcare. → Read More

Sisters want mother who died of COVID-19 at Brighton Rehab to be remembered as more than a number

A casualty to COVID-19 at just 70 years old, Nancy Kemerer, who was living with dementia, is one of more than 5,000 people in Pennsylvania who have died from the virus. → Read More

Beaver County officially joins rest of region in yellow phase

Beaver County stores, shoppers and businesses said they are excited to be joining the rest of southwest Pennsylvania in the yellow phase of Gov. Tom Wolf’s reopening plan. → Read More

Business owners in multiple counties suing Gov. Wolf over closure orders

Butler County has been in the yellow phase for a week, but businesses there and three others are moving forward with a lawsuit against Gov. Tom Wolf. → Read More

Local care network has had zero COVID-19 cases despite thousands of residents, employees

Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have been hotspots for coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania, but not every one of them is seeing a lot of cases. → Read More

National Guard preparing to leave Brighton Rehab

It took big changes at Brighton Rehabilitation and Wellness to make a difference inside the facility: bringing in the National Guard and the state appointing a new manager. → Read More

Kenny Chesney concert still scheduled to happen in Pittsburgh at end of May

It’s a little more than two weeks away until the Kenny Chesney concert in Pittsburgh and it has yet to be canceled. → Read More

Beaver County’s biggest food pantry running dangerously low on supplies

The largest food pantry in Beaver County is desperate for help amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Grandmother finally home after whole family battles COVID-19

Last month, five people all in the same family came down with coronavirus, including a baby and her grandmother. Kathy Daily was so sick she was in the ICU on a ventilator. → Read More

Shoppers can expect several changes when local malls reopen

For seven weeks, Grove City Outlet Mall in Mercy County has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

New numbers show Brighton nursing home has about 65% of Beaver Co. COVID-19 cases

Beaver County leaders hope one zip code that’s a hot spot for COVID-19 cases won’t hold the county back from reopening. → Read More

Two local funeral directors traveled to New York to help, describe overwhelming situation

Two funeral directors in the Pittsburgh-area traveled to New York City after seeing the desperate situation there created by the coronavirus. → Read More

Large donation bins filled with groceries stolen from local church

A Mars church had three large donation bins filled with groceries stolen from its front steps. → Read More

Aliquippa police chief dies after suffering medical emergency while on-duty

Aliquippa Police Chief Rob Sealock died Saturday after suffering a medical emergency while on-duty a few weeks ago. → Read More

Doctor plans to launch coronavirus telemedicine option

A local doctor says he is going to start helping people get set up with coronavirus testing through telemedicine. → Read More

Local nursing home presuming all workers, residents have coronavirus

From a distance, Channel 11 met David and his family outside Brighton Rehab Monday morning. The group was masked up, showing support for employees inside. One of the nurses was David’s daughter. → Read More

Will Ellwood City Medical Center reopen to help with coronavirus response? Announcement expected Wednesday

It’s only been a few months since the Ellwood City Medical Center closed down, but now local leaders are seeing if anything can be done to help respond to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Entire Butler Co. family quarantined after baby, grandmother test positive for COVID-19

An entire family in Butler County is being quarantined after their 4-month-old baby and grandmother both tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More